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Tech Sector in Hiring Drive
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Tech Sector in Hiring Drive

The technology industry, an engine of innovation and U.S. prosperity for more than half a century, is accelerating its recovery from the recession with earnings...

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­ncle Sam Wants You (to Fight Hackers)

A shortfall of cybersecurity professionals is on the horizon, with Boeing's Alan Greenberg warning that the U.S. public and private sectors will collectively need...

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U.s. Steps Up Probe of Hiring in Tech

The U.S. Justice Department reportedly is investigating whether large tech companies have agreed not to recruit each other's employees in ways that violate antitrust...

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Rampant Cheating Hurts China's Research Ambitions

Ghostwriting, plagiarizing or faking results is so rampant in Chinese academia that some experts worry it could hinder China's efforts to become a leader in science...

Franklin Institute Awards 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal
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Franklin Institute Awards 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal

The 2010 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Computer and Cognitive Science is presented to Shafrira Goldwasser for her fundamental contributions to the theoretical foundation...

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New Hiring Formula Values Math Pros

Silicon Valley technology firms are seeking employees with stronger backgrounds in statistics and machine learning, thanks to the advent of cloud computing. 

Engineering Grads Earn the Most
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Engineering Grads Earn the Most

Eight of the top 10 best-paid college majors are in engineering, and computer science was the fourth most lucrative degree, according to a new report from the National...

­niversities Perpetuate the Digital Divide, Study Finds
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­niversities Perpetuate the Digital Divide, Study Finds

A new study by has found that students have unequal opportunities to learn about technology in high school and at home, which can affect their choice of major, ...

Science and Engineering Employment Reached 5.8 Million in 2008
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Science and Engineering Employment Reached 5.8 Million in 2008

Employment in science and engineering occupations in the United States reached an estimated 5,781,000 by May 2008,  up 13.7 percent from May 2004, compared to...

Computer Science Major Counts ­p Second Year in a Row
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Computer Science Major Counts ­p Second Year in a Row

Enrollment in computer science courses is up 5.5 percent year-over-year, according to the Computing Research Association's 2008-2009 Taulbee Survey.

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Hurdles Multiply For H-1b Seekers

U.S. government efforts to enforce H-1B visa rules could reduce the demand for the 65,000 available visas for fiscal year 2011, for which applicants could petition...

Clearing a Path For Latino Scientists
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Clearing a Path For Latino Scientists

A University of Southern California study found that although the number of Latinos earning bachelor's degrees has increased over the last decade, the growth has...

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Sharp Increase In Computer Science ­niversity Enrollment

The number of undergraduate students majoring in computer science increased 14 percent over the last two years, reversing the steep decline in computer science...

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Two Programs Honored for Bringing ­nderrepresented Groups into Mathematics

The American Mathematical Society is honoring two programs that do an outstanding job of bringing more individuals from underrepresented minority groups into the...

Rensselaer Launches the First ­.s. ­ndergraduate Web Science Degree Program
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Rensselaer Launches the First ­.s. ­ndergraduate Web Science Degree Program

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has launched the nation's first undergraduate degree program devoted to the emerging interdisciplinary field of Web Science.

ACM Awards Recognize Computer Science Innovation
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ACM Awards Recognize Computer Science Innovation

ACM has announced the winners of six prestigious awards for their innovations in computing technology that demonstrate the benefits of computational thinking for...

Survey: ­.s. Women and Minority Scientists Often Discouraged From Pursuing STEM Careers
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Survey: ­.s. Women and Minority Scientists Often Discouraged From Pursuing STEM Careers

A lack of quality science and math education programs, persistent stereotypes, and financial issues related to the cost of education are the top three causes for...

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Rising Demand For Sql, Linux Skills

ITWorldCanada.comA recent Technology Demand and Supply Q4 2009 report, produced for the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, found that SQL, C#, .NET and Linux...

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Initiative Grants Access to STEM Curriculum

A program to help enhance American Indian students' achievement in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields has been developed by the...

Greener Resume Can Give College Graduates Edge in Job Market
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Greener Resume Can Give College Graduates Edge in Job Market

Green-collar jobs grew at twice the rate for traditional jobs from 1998 to 2007. During the  recession, a greener resume can be the answer to getting hired, says...
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