News Flash: Lont-Term Job Growth Expected for Technology Sector - From ASEE's First Bell Briefings:

The Murfreesboro (TN) Daily News Journal (1/16) reported, "While jobs dwindle in some professions and trades, they continue to surge in others. One area that is predicted to have long-term growth is the technology job sector," expected to grow by 30 percent through 2018. According to the Nashville Technology Council, "the highest number of job openings came at enterprise health care technology companies." Others include "health care, start-up businesses and professional services." The article notes, "The technology job advertised the most was developer. Analyst positions declined slightly, while management positions increased. The report also showed programming languages required in today's technology industry like .Net and Java are still in highest demand for potential employees."  To sign up for First Bell, see: "First Bell"

From the Desk of Nader Vadiee at SIPI, May 17, 2010:

"Our students poster presentation , at the Tribal Renewable Energy Research Workshop  held by the Washington University, received many compliments.  Our engineering students,  Jo-Beth & John David,  did a great preparation and presented SIPI in a honorable way.  The comments received showed the depth of students involved and how much they learned and enjoyed to be there to presented their research, SIPI Wind Turbine Project. The students received great compliments such as: Excellent, Great job, and wow this is more like graduate work.

Our students also participated in Native Voice, a native media center at University of Washington, documentary program. You also will find a photo of Jo-Beth and John David with two SIPI Alumni students: Lisa Bighorse (2007) and Chris Beatty (2008) both are now at Salish-Kootenai College (SKC).

 

A total of 10 students enrolled in my ENGR 105-Intro. to Engineering, participated in regional and local conferences and competitions."

 

 

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