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posted in March 2011

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Vote for the March cartoon caption contest winner!
Design Contests & Competitions  
3/31/2011   6 comments
Cast your vote to determine the winner of the March cartoon caption contest
MIT report on women in engineering faculty
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/31/2011   58 comments
MIT reports percentage of women faculty in engineering and science has doubled in past decade
Engineers not generally happy at work
Social Mania  
3/29/2011   64 comments
Engineers are four times less likely than the average American to be completely satisfied with their jobs, according to an informal EE Life poll.
2011 Rube Goldberg winners announced
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/28/2011   13 comments
Teams from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and New Auburn (Wisc.) School won the 2011 Rube Goldberg Machine competition
The uncertainty principle
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/24/2011   25 comments
The more we know, the less we know, and that's a problem for electronics and society
Are you happy as an engineer?
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/23/2011   33 comments
Recent comments on another post suggest widespread disenchantment among engineers. Are you happy in your work?
Latest quiz results (yes, the Kinect IS hotter than the iPod)
Design Contests & Competitions  
3/18/2011   9 comments
Winners of the EE Life Techno-Pop! quiz for week 7
A joking matter
Blog  
3/17/2011   12 comments
Time to vote for best engineering practical joke of the first quarter
Resources, insight on Japan nuclear crisis
Social Mania  
3/16/2011   8 comments
A selection of video sources discussing the Japanese nuclear crisis
Lemelson awards 2011: Why the future will rock
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/16/2011   3 comments
The 2011 Lemelson prizes awarded last week help us envision a bright future for innovation
Quiz leaders advance but start hearing footsteps
Design Contests & Competitions  
3/10/2011   Post a comment
The top five quiz masters remain unchanged last week, but they're definitely hearing footsteps
Book Review: More Than a Paycheck
Engineer’s Bookshelf  
3/10/2011   4 comments
Recruitment veteran Ruth Glover offers profiles in career courage in "More Than a Paycheck"
And the (February cartoon caption) winner is...
Design Contests & Competitions  
3/10/2011   5 comments
A tuba-playing engineer in the lab means different things to different people
Why can't you get hired?
Engineering Pop Culture!  
3/9/2011   73 comments
Is it companies' over-reliance on technology that is hurting your employment chances or something deeper?
Vote for the February cartoon caption contest winner!
Social Mania  
3/7/2011   7 comments
Cast your vote to determine who should win the February EE Life Cartoon Caption contest
Froelich, Stagg leap forward in quiz race
Design Contests & Competitions  
3/4/2011   Post a comment
Previous weekly champs Malcolm Stagg and Frank Froelich won last week’s EE Life Techno-Pop! Quiz by nailing all 10 of our challenging questions. In addition they moved themselves up the hotly contested leader board.
Who rules the (quiz) roost?
Social Mania  
3/1/2011   Post a comment
Here are the leaders, after the first month, of the EE Life Techno-Pop! Quiz


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