Apple has hired its first head of diversity. Continue reading Apple hires first VP of diversity
Dame Zaha Hadid was a pioneering architect who rethought the way buildings are shaped. From an arts centre with no straight lines to a museum atop five stilts, she toyed with traditional forms in her postmodern designs. Continue reading Zaha Hadid: Who was the pioneering architect and what were her most impressive buildings?
AT&T, Boeing, Microsoft, SDOT, Starbucks, Union Bank and Northwest Mountain MSDC prepare MBEs for effective engagement Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Selling to Top Procurement Executives
Dominic Barton & Martine Rothblatt Announced as Speakers for 20th ROMBA Conference Leadership Lunch. Continue reading Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) Announces its 2017 Conference Leadership Speakers!
Sports and science, technology, engineering, math and the arts complement each other. Continue reading Op-Ed: Football Can Inspire Future STEAM Leaders
What it takes to avoid a crappy first job in a competitive job market. Continue reading How These Recent Grads Landed Jobs At YouTube, Giphy, And SoundCloud
This last week Joseph Phillips tweeted that he was going to his first big tech conference and wanted some tips and suggestions. I have a TON of tips, but I know YOU have more, so I retweeted his request and prompted folks to reply. This was well timed as I had just gotten back from OSCON and BUILD, two great conferences. Continue reading Suggestions and Tips for attending your first tech conference
Delta is introducing four self-service bag drop machines at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport this summer, a $600,000 investment that allows customers to quickly, securely and easily check their own bags. One machine will be equipped to test facial recognition technology to match customers with their passport photos through identification verification, a first for U.S. carriers. Continue reading Delta plans biometric-based self-service bag drop
Although the space shuttle program may have been temporarily halted in the United States, NASA is still alive and well — and now, thanks to 18-year-old Rifath Sharook of India, are launching their smallest-ever satellite into space. The satellite is called ‘KalamSat,’ named after Indian nuclear scientist, pioneer in the aeronautics field, and former president, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, and is the first-ever to be manufactured by 3-D printing, a tech trend we don’t see disappearing (or even going away a bit) anytime soon. NASA is planning on launching it off of Wallops Island, Virginia, on June 21, according to the Business Standard. Continue reading World’s Smallest Satellite Created for NASA by 18-Year-Old Indian Teen
There were a lot of happy faces in the crowd of workers that watched the first massive steel truss being raised into place high above the new Milwaukee Bucks arena last week. Continue reading 24-year-old engineer adds $524 million Bucks arena to her impressive resume