Northrop Grumman Engineer Received Diversity Award from the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Jose Borges empowers the professional development of colleagues and inspires students to pursue STEM careers
While the overwhelming majority of executives feel diversity in the workplace improves a company’s performance, only some are taking the steps needed to ensure it exists, new research shows.
Less than one half of undergraduates with engineering or science majors pursue a career in the field of science, according to a Georgetown University study published last month.
Despite modest salary gains this year for recent graduates, high unemployment still poses a problem for young job seekers. But according to a recent report [PDF] by the Graduate Management Admission Council, there are good signs for 2011 graduates–especially for those who earned Masters in Business Administration degrees.
According to Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, 65 percent of those with bachelor’s degrees in a STEM-related job earn more than those with master’s degrees in non-STEM occupations.
WASHINGTON, D.C.– African-Americans’ buying power is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2015, according to The State of the African-American Consumer Report, released today, collaboratively by Nielsen, a leading global provider of insights and analytics into what consumers watch and buy, and The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), a federation of more than 200 Black community newspapers across the U.S.
WASHINGTON– A new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce shows that 65 percent of Bachelor’s degrees in STEM (science, engineering, technology and mathematics) occupations earn more than Master’s degrees in non-STEM occupations.
The most important question for Americans, particularly African Americans, today is: “Where are the jobs?” But, another question is circulating in the wake of Friday’s jobs report: “Where did you find yours?”
You’ve achieved diversity. Now what? University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business professor, Martin Davidson, answers this question in his new book, “The End of Diversity as We Know It,” as well as, So what is diversity for? For that matter, what is diversity?
New York — Xerox chairman and CEO Ursula Burns, among the highest-ranking women executives in the U.S., emphasized that having a passion for your job and not being complacent with the status quo are critical keys to success.