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New IISc chief seeks industry link : Dr. Anurag Kumar

Anurag kumar. (Photo: DC)

BENGALURU: Indian Institute of Science (IISc) should scale new heights by reaping the benefits of higher funding, opening of new laboratories for research in frontier areas, and the addition of new faculty and research scholars, says the new Director Dr. 410 more words

Engineering Education

Expanding the Engineers' Box

In all corners of the globe today, companies are clamoring for skilled engineers. They want a larger pool of applicants who are creative, flexible thinkers prepared to address complex, emerging questions riddled with interrelated unknowns. 354 more words

Architecture & Urban Design

IET Innovation Award closes entries on July 25, 2014

News | by CIOL Bureau| 21 July 2014.

The award is a worldwide search for the best science, engineering and technology innovation.

BANGALORE, INDIA: The Innovation Awards, instituted by the Institution of Engineering and Technology announced its call for entries on June 20, 2014, will be closing the nominations on July 25, 2014. 238 more words

2014

Formal Argumentation in Engineering Education

Formulating a logical argument is an extremely important part of most professions. Despite this it seems that only philosophers and scientists are interested in the formalities of critical thinking and logical reasoning. 577 more words

Engineering Teaching

Researching Engineering Capstone Courses. Part 2

With co-authors Robert Todd and Carl Sorenson, we explored accurate methods for evaluating project-based student work, using the BYU Mechanical Engineering Capstone program as a base for our research.   133 more words

The Orbital Mechanic in STEM Magazine

I am pleased that one of my stories, “The Orbital Mechanic” was published in STEM Magazine and will be available to a large educator audience. The story is in two parts: May and June Issues… 13 more words

STEM

Teaching Middle School with a High Altitude Balloon

Here is a great story about educators and students learning math and science using a real application. Enjoy.

STEM