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The Promise To Make A Difference   
InThe biomedical and biotechnology fields are promising areas for engineers and IT professionals.  An aging population and the demands for improved health worldwide put these fields at the heart of the next generation of impactful products and services. read more


Keeping The World Connected 
An undergraduate liberal arts degree plus a master’s degree in technical communications is a winning combination for LaNaya Wattree, an analyst in corporate strategy at CenturyLink. Why that particular combination of degrees? “I was fascinated by the idea of taking very technical information about a concept and being able to convey it in a way that is clear and concise, making sure that it’s coherent, concrete, and for a specific audience while using different forms of media,” she explains.  read more


A Job Seeker's Market
Nineteen percent of U.S. chief information officers (CIOs) surveyed recently plan to expand their information technology (IT) teams in the first six months of 2015, according to the newly released Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report.  read more


A Toytota Engineer's Love For Horses Powers The Goal Of Always Making Better Vechicles  
As a young girl living on a farm in southern Indiana, Samantha Stone helped train and show performance horses at local and regional competitions, often with great success.  read more


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