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item Mexico represented the item brand in the manufacturing world's 'new normal.' COVID-19 has brought many changes to the manufacturing industry, and learning how to adapt has become an everyday issue. Currently, companies are accelerating the execution of projects to adapt

"Sydney Floryanzia Finds Growth in Failure" was written by Alyssa Febres, Business Development Associate for DO Supply, Inc. As an African American woman in chemical engineering, Sydney Floryanzia knows a great deal about struggle. However, whatever challenges her distinction may afford,

Studies show that Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are industries which are primarily dominated by men. Statistics from 2017 found that only 23 percent of the STEM workforce was female. In 2019, however, some of the biggest names and influential figures

Now that she has earned a master’s degree in systems engineering and management from The University of Texas at Dallas, Elizabeth Labra BS’19, MS’20 is ready to begin her next mission: as a project engineer for a company that supports

Let’s Explore the women, both household names and not, who you should know in the STEM fields. Science is often considered a male-dominated field. In fact, according to United Nations data, less than 30% of scientific researchers worldwide are women. Studies have

The Grassroots effort to 3D print masks to combat coronavirus is starting in a tiny New Jersey shop by an entrepreneurial engineering female. One layer at a time, one mask at a time. Inside a fabricating co-op in Totowa, New Jersey

On March 2, Iowa State University’s Dr. Amy Bix presented a lecture on “How Coeds Came to Georgia Tech: A History of Women and Engineering Education.” Her lecture discussed the overall history of gender inequality in engineering, as well as the

The launch of the Human Capital Project has galvanized global action to close human capital gaps, and has highlighted the importance of investments in the knowledge, skills, and health that people accumulate throughout their lives, to realize their potential as

We’ve all heard about gender inequality in tech. Women simply aren’t thriving in one of the most promising fields in the United States — and not for lack of talent. And here’s the truth: It’s not solely a problem for

Rachel Ignotofsky is a New York Times Best Selling author and illustrator, but she has a deep-rooted secret from her childhood: she used to hate reading! On top of dealing with extropia, Ignotofsky ”just wasn’t connecting with the materials in