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Engineering foundation | UDaily

As an example, she said, a client might be looking to add a moisturizer to its product line. The process begins with the client sending Michalec a description or wishlist of what the product will be and what it will be made of. This includes desired texture, fragrance and the …

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6 Entrepreneurial Student Teams to Compete for $60000 in Funding

Six teams of University of Virginia students, pitching business ventures as varied as cybersecurity services and a beach basketball game, will vie for the $50,000 Pike Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Beginning at 5 p.m. Monday in Newcomb Hall Theater, students will pitch their proposals to a panel of business …

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6 career hacks from Apple VP Kate Bergeron

facebook twitter linkedin email open share links close share links Kate Bergeron was unemployed, uninsured, and pregnant when she first interviewed at Apple — a situation that might not suggest the most intentional of careers. Yet 17 years later, Bergeron is a vice president of hardware engineering, currently heading up …

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Why women can have it all!

Women’s empowerment is all the rage now. Be it in media, politics, sports or any other field that was male dominated until only a few years ago, today the fairer sex has regained their footing and is no longer shy to reclaim their voice. Adding to the cause, we celebrated …

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The engineering mystery: Where are the women?

Open this photo in gallery Geo-environmental engineering PhD student Heidi Cossey never saw the connection between her love of math and science and the engineering profession until she graduated high school. Amber Bracken/The Globe and Mail Women’s Day is traditionally a shout out to the successes and challenges facing females …

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How schools and businesses are addressing the Stem diversity gap

How to encourage more young people, particularly female students, to study science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects and go on to apprenticeships is an ever-growing problem. UK businesses are desperate to fill thousands of vacant Stem-related jobs, a situation exacerbated by the increasing “Brexit” effect on the number of …

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