Posted on: 07/19/2020
Engineering is grounded in the fundamental laws of physics, but it’s also a field where researchers and practitioners constantly push boundaries. As a result, engineering careers offer endless opportunities to solve complex problems and develop innovative ideas with the potential to transform entire industries. For example, the National Science Foundation recently awarded a University of […]
Posted on: 07/13/2020
Technical skills are part of what makes all engineers successful, but it’s also the soft skills like relatability, adaptability and empathy that help the best engineering managers excel. Practical leadership includes exceptional interpersonal and communication abilities that can help drive a team of innovative engineers to new heights. MBA programs focus on both soft and […]
Posted on: 07/08/2020
Despite the growing number of cybersecurity threats businesses and government agencies face, many organizations still don’t have the tools or trained personnel to keep up. In 2019, hackers exposed personal information of customers at major companies like Capital One and T-Mobile, ransomware targeted more than 50 U.S. cities, and supply chain attacks compromised the products […]
Posted on: 07/02/2020
Electrical and electronics engineers are often at the forefront of modern technology together. In a 2018 US Black Engineer and Information Technology article, Dr. Michael Spencer notes that we have reached the practical limits of how small we can make semiconductors. The problem isn’t that we can’t make them smaller — it’s that the physics […]
Posted on: 06/27/2020
While the work of electronics and electrical engineers often overlaps, there are key differences in the scope of these two fields. As a result, there are also differences in the skills each field prioritizes, particularly when considering earning potential. This article provides a summary of the top five skills for electrical and electronics engineers, exploring […]
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