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    January 16, 2004

    Engineers Corner

    January 16, 2004

    Gary S. May, Ph.D.

    January 16, 2004

    Jamel Lynch

    January 16, 2004

    Alisa Hunt-Lowery

    January 16, 2004

    Arnett J. Brown, III

    January 16, 2004

    Ayanna Howard, Ph.D.

    June 24, 2004

    DARPA and the Decline of U.S. Computer Science Research

    In 2000, NSF received about 3000 computer science proposals with a success rate of 30%. In 2004, the number of applications had risen to 6500 and the success rate had dropped to 16%.

    September 10, 2004

    Will the Semantic Web Change Science?

    "Among the first adopters and co-creators of the Semantic Web have been scientists who see in the new approach the promise of content-based information retrieval, distributed data mining, and automated Web-service choreography."

    February 04, 2005

    Creating Engineering Programs in Tribal Colleges

    Eleven tribal colleges have banded together to join the National Science Foundation-sponsored All Nations Alliance for Minority Participation (ANAMP) in order to help Native Americans train for careers in engineering.

    June 24, 2005

    Spelman Students 'Score' Using Advanced Technology

    SpelBots was created to provide hands-on robotics education and research for women computer science students at Spelman, and to promote robotics and computer technology among minorities.

    October 28, 2005

    SHPE - Mentoring Hispanic Engineers and Scientists

    As a result of this increased student enrollment, SHPE recently opened an office at the University of Texas at Arlington that is dedicated solely to its student programs.

    November 25, 2005

    Educated Woman - Chapter 45: And Now For Something Completely Different

    Peering in from the outside, the research lab I visited for about a month provided a completely different research experience than what I was used to in the United States.

    December 09, 2005

    Tightrope Walker

    Doing a Ph.D. on visual interfaces and usability is particularly useful, he believes, because it allows him to understand what the consumers would like to use and to guess whether a new product would succeed or fail.

    December 23, 2005

    Educated Woman--Chapter 46: Episodes in Crisis Management

    Tallying every offense, every problem, every worry--and keeping them in mind-- creates crazy, ugly people with ulcers and bad attitudes.

    January 27, 2006

    Educated Woman: Chapter 47--The End is Nearer

    I know the end is coming, maybe not this spring, but soon.

    February 24, 2006

    Educated Woman: Chapter 48: Road Trip Realizations

    In the end, it’s up to you to take responsibility for your life and your research.

    March 24, 2006

    Educated Woman, Chapter 49: The Grad-School Success-O-Meter

    In grad school, a certain amount of failure is inevitable.

    April 28, 2006

    Educated Woman, Chapter 50: Superstar or Falling Star?

    Science and engineering offer a unique opportunity to achieve something earthshattering, but that pursuit of perfection and greatness can come at a high price.

    May 19, 2006

    Making a Difference: Work as a Chemical Engineer

    "I feel like I'm making a useful contribution not only to the company but to the environment," says chemical engineer John Ma of Dow Chemical Canada.

    May 26, 2006

    Educated Woman, Chapter 51: Search. Scour. Capture. Job

    Maybe the worst part about the job search is sending out an application for a job you just know you're well suited for and getting an unceremonious rejection, or even a nonanswer.