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Astronaut Ellen Ochoa tells other women and minorities to aim high
Four years after California voters passed Proposition 209, the impact of anti-affirmative action laws on minority enrollment in tech fields is still heavily debated.
Will you be discriminated against in the workplace because of your age?
Deans at four prestigious HBCUs talk to GECC about diversity in the tech industry
Job search issues and strategies
Giving students the tools to succeed
Project engineering involves planning the work; organizing a team to bring the task to fruition; controlling each of the steps along the way, solving problems; and ultimately, being responsible for final results
Engineering and science faculty face a challenging future
In the field of IT, diversity works for everyone
Could this be the perfect field for you?
Generations of women in engineering tell their stories
Winning approaches to the job search for engineers with disabilities
Programs for girls in science and engineering
Engineers discuss the various obstacles young minorities still face at the turn of the century.
Both employees and employers win when minority networking groups succeed
What happens when four generations are put to work in the same place?
Find out how to pick a company that values diversity
The federal government is on the lookout for minority professionals in science and technology
Available financial aid for engineering and computer science students from diverse backgrounds.
Searching for minority scholarship money for grad school? Start your digging right here.
Underrepresented in engineering and IT? Seek funding targeted to you.
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