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Minority Engineer Magazine, launched in 1979, is a career- guidance and recruitment magazine offered at no charge to qualified engineering or computer-science students and professionals who are African American, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian American. Minority Engineer presents career strategies for readers to assimilate into a diversified job marketplace.

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Answering the Call
From launching satellites to laying fiber-optic cables, engineers and technical experts answer the call and keep the world communicating. read more

   

Lessons in Leadership
Each year we enjoy watching the Oscar nominees for Best Picture, not only for the hours of entertainment, but also for the lessons they convey about cultivating the best in human talent.  read more

 

Shooting For The Stars
Engineers shoot for the stars on the job as they urge employers to dive deeper into the diverse pool of talent in a job market that remains robust in a new year and a new decade, and to further promote growth opportunities at all levels.  read more

 

LSU Chemical Engineering Professor's Microbots Research Offers New Insight
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering Bhuvnesh Bharti’s article, Directed Propulsion of Spherical Particles Along Three-Dimensional Helical Trajectories, seeks to answer the question of how to program the propulsion of artificial synthetic objects on a microscale. read more

 


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