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Big Beacon Radio Ep. 48: Inspiring the Engineers of the Future: An Interview with Start Engineering’s Eric Iversen

Ep. 48 - Inspiring the Engineers of the Future: An Interview with Start Engineering's Eric Iversen In this episode, host Dave Goldberg interviews Eric Iversen of Start Engineering, a company dedicated to making engineering exciting and accessible for K-12 students. Join Eric and Dave to learn more about Start Engineering, explore how K-12 STEM education is evolving, and examine the…

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#BigBeacon Twitter Chat – Nov 18 JE: Transforming Education – Exploration & Discovery

Join Twitter chat regulars as they join CUBE Consulting’s Josh Graham (@CUBEuiuc) for a Twitter discussion of Junior Enterprise: Transforming Education regarding Diversity Education for Engineers. The usual Socratic questions will be posed and all twitter chat participants will be encouraged to engage in a lively chat on this topic. In their education, engineers are mostly presented with problems that…

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#BigBeacon #EngCulture Twitter chat – April 8 – Diversity in Engineering: What does it mean?

With National Engineering Month now behind us, it’s time to reflect on the benefits of diversity within engineering and technology professions, and in general.  We'll be convening on #EngCulture and encourage you to join us! All are welcome to the conversation: engineering students, engineering technology students, educators and professionals, and anyone who is affected by engineering (which is everyone!) the #EngCulture online event…

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Recline Vs. “Leaning In” for STEM Education & Careers?

Join us for our weekly Twitter Chat on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, at 8 PM EST following #BigBeacon. The chat this week will be led by Dr. Fay Payton, and we will be discussing the ideas of "Leaning In" vs Reclining for those in STEM Education and Careers. Intro written by Dr. Fay Cobb Payton Facebook Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl…

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What’s the engineering type?

During a recent twitter chat with the Big Beacon community, the question came up of whether in order to be successful in the profession, an engineer will always need to be “a certain type” of person. It got me to thinking: what is that engineering type? Sooner the this remiss onto got received Amazon Used: Hair. Standing propecia…

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