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One Of My Greatest Life Decisions: Becoming An Engineer

One Of My Greatest Life Decisions: Becoming An Engineer

Shraddha Chaplot  06.30.2015
Have you ever believed that you could do or be anything? That in your heart and gut, you knew that you were destined to change the world...
The Small Device We Take for Granted that Can Save Lives in Impoverished Areas

The Small Device We Take for Granted that Can Save Lives in Impoverished Areas

Abi Weaver  07. 2.2015
Over the past year, as the global technology director or the American Red Cross, I have spent some time with residents of three settlements...
This Tech Innovation Reduces Food Waste While Feeding People Need

This Tech Innovation Reduces Food Waste While Feeding People Need

Colleen Callahan  07. 1.2015
While rescuing surplus food from any channel is not easy, rescuing food from local retailers and foodservice outlets is particularly difficult....
8 Tips to Find Joy in Your Work and Make an Impact

8 Tips to Find Joy in Your Work and Make an Impact

Nancy Dominguez  06.30.2015
I always saw a career in STEM as one of the most effective ways to affect the world. You get to apply the fundamentals of how the world...
Empowering Survivor Communities Through Commerce

Empowering Survivor Communities Through Commerce

Carlos M. Gutierrez, Jr.   06.28.2015
Economic empowerment is a commonly used term these days. Programs upon programs are developed and implemented with the hopes of providing...
The Best Way to Rebuild Nepal? Support Local Women

The Best Way to Rebuild Nepal? Support Local Women

Anya Cherneff  06.26.2015
Meet Kala Katiwada, a 47-year-old woman living in Kalleri village in Dhading, a district less than 40 miles from the epicenter of the first...
Scientists Make Better Leaders: Using Ideas for the Common Good

Scientists Make Better Leaders: Using Ideas for the Common Good

Teri W. Odom  06.24.2015
The scientific approach to problem solving has its roots in critical and analytical thinking, teamwork, and creativity. I am an advocate...
Kenton Lee's

Kenton Lee's "The Shoe that Grows" Brings Much Needed Innovation to Footwear Design

Culture-ist  06.24.2015
In 2007, Kenton Lee was living and working in Nairobi, Kenya when he noticed just how many children in the community were either shoeless...
Girls and STEM: How We Can Up the Numbers

Girls and STEM: How We Can Up the Numbers

Beth Cone Kramer  06.23.2015
When girls do express interest in careers such as electrical engineering, we need to encourage their interest, adds Drew Jarvis. From childhood,...
Your Guide to the Rapidly Changing Future of Work

Your Guide to the Rapidly Changing Future of Work

Joseph Agoada  06.23.2015
If you are in the workforce today, how can you prepare for the impending future? Professional development and career changes no longer...
Food Bank Uses Big Data To Identify Areas In Need Of Services

Food Bank Uses Big Data To Identify Areas In Need Of Services

Joseph Erbentraut  06.23.2015
A food pantry in the nation’s capital is taking a fresh approach to efficiently identifying and feeding the hungry -- with surprising...
How One Day Can Change the Game for Girls in STEM

How One Day Can Change the Game for Girls in STEM

Heather Robinett  06.22.2015
To give you an idea of how the day went, we assigned small groups of two or three girls to a volunteer, and put them in three larger groups...
Going Against the Flow: Jessica O. Matthews, Founder/CEO of Uncharted Play

Going Against the Flow: Jessica O. Matthews, Founder/CEO of Uncharted Play

Charu Sharma  06.18.2015
Jessica's career as an inventor and entrepreneur began at the age of 19, when she invented the SOCCKET ball, an energy generating soccer...
App Lets New Yorkers Route Corporate Funds To Help Homeless People

App Lets New Yorkers Route Corporate Funds To Help Homeless People

Eleanor Goldberg  06.17.2015
Advocates and politicians have long questioned whether giving money to homeless people enables destructive habits or is just a kind act...