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Scheduled to open in time for fall semester 2021, Gonzaga's $56 million facility will contribute to a total of more than 270,000-square-feet dedicated to classroom and laboratory education for STEM disciplines. Courtesy: Gonzaga University
Workforce Development September 30, 2019

Construction launched for STEM facility at Gonzaga

Gonzaga University launched construction of its $56 million Integrated Science and Engineering facility, which will enable faculty and students to engage in important significant theoretical and applied work in a learning environment.

By Gonzaga University
Researchers at the University of Missouri are looking at the importance of keeping your eyes on the road with two new uses of eye-tracking technology in relation to vehicle collision avoidance warnings and rear-end accidents. Courtesy: University of Missouri
Workforce Development September 29, 2019

Eye-tracking technology could help make driving safer

Researchers at the University of Missouri have developed two eye-tracking technologies to improve collision avoidance and evaluating rear-end accidents for automotive drivers.

By Eric Stann
Figure 4: The Innovation Center at Folsom Lake College enables students to develop skills in laser cutting, water-jet cutting, 3D printing, 3D scanning, and much more. Courtesy: Inductive Automation
Workforce Development September 26, 2019

Connect with community colleges for a stronger workforce

Collaborative programs benefit employers, colleges, and students.

By Jim Meyers
BS Mechanical Engineering, San Francisco State University.
Workforce Development September 12, 2019

2019 Engineering Leader Under 40: Christopher Blackburn, 30

Senior Plant Engineer Henkel Aerospace Bay Point, Calif., BS Mechanical Engineering, San Francisco State University

By McKenzie Burns, Amanda Pelliccione, Mark T. Hoske
Workforce Development September 12, 2019

2019 Engineering Leader Under 40: Austin Butcher, 37

Engineering & Environmental Manager CertainTeed/Saint-Gobain Corp; McPherson, KS, United States; BS Engineering Technology (Plastics Engineering Technology), Pittsburg State University

By McKenzie Burns, Amanda Pelliccione, Mark T. Hoske
Workforce Development September 12, 2019

2019 Engineering Leader Under 40: Keerthi Duraikkannan, 28

Albany Site Manager Panacea Technologies Inc. East Greenbush, NY, United States BS Electronics and Communication Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, MS Electrical Engineering, Drexel University

By McKenzie Burns, Amanda Pelliccione, Mark T. Hoske
Workforce Development September 12, 2019

2019 Engineering Leader Under 40: Tyler Gaerke, 34

Consulting Product Engineer Siemens Large Drives Applications; Norwood, OH, United States; BS Electrical Engineering, Wright State University

By McKenzie Burns, Amanda Pelliccione, Mark T. Hoske
Workforce Development September 12, 2019

2019 Engineering Leader Under 40: William Gallacher, 37

Production Manager, Mestek Inc.; Westfield, MA, United States; AS Electronics Technology, Coastline Community College, BS Business Administration, American International University MBA, University of Massachusetts

By McKenzie Burns, Amanda Pelliccione, Mark T. Hoske
Workforce Development September 12, 2019

2019 Engineering Leader Under 40: Shawn Hakim, 33

Control Systems Engineer; BYK USA Inc.; Gonzales, TX, United States;BS Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington

By McKenzie Burns, Amanda Pelliccione, Mark T. Hoske
Workforce Development September 12, 2019

2019 Engineering Leader Under 40: Haytham Hamad, 35

Field Service Engineer; Advanced Technology Services; Peoria, IL, United States; AS Industrial Electronics, Ramallah Men's College; BS Electrical Engineering, University of New Orleans

By McKenzie Burns, Amanda Pelliccione, Mark T. Hoske