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Engineering in crisis? The reasons why

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sealaser   10/25/2012 5:53:31 PM
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Thanks for the great article Sylvie. I was remiss at crediting, in my indignation, and need to add that, 8 Mil$ at SSU was a public-private collaboration. We have many generous industry donors that supported engineering at a small liberal arts campus; Agilent, JDSU, Keck Foundation, Cerent, Calix, AFC, with focus on telecomm, EE, fiber optics, and scientific instrumentation. thanks again for illuminating this issue. I see from some responses "what shortage is that? I am unemployed" Steve Anderson

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SylvieBarak   10/25/2012 5:28:00 PM
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I wrote this blog in response to this article: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-blogs/other/4399247/Engineering-talent-deficit--Are-you-the-problem-or-solution--

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