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Category Archives: STEM

Women Leave Science Careers

The MIT Technology Review reported that even though equal amounts of men and women pursue graduate degrees in science a significant number of women leave science careers both in the private sector and academia. Why women leave science careers? Apparently the reasons are … Read More…

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Green Jobs Continue to Explode

A recent study revealed that the US green economy generates $1.3 trillion and created 9.5 million of workers.  To document some of the growth in this sector, the Bureau of Labor Statistics developed the Green Jobs Initiative a few years ago.  The goal … Read More…

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Using AI But You Just Don’t Know It

It’s pretty simple to see Artificial Intelligence (AI) at work when you read a New York Times article about driverless car collisions or displaced factory workers. But, what’s harder is clocking the real ways that you are using AI in your day to … Read More…

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Predict Film Success With AI

It’s often tricky to figure out what makes a movie good. Is it having an amazing look? Good dialogue? Expensive personnel? Well Warner Bros. is taking the next step in trying to predict film success with AI. Plenty of movies have been successful … Read More…

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Humanoid Robot is ‘Hired’ at Ford

HBCU students need to know the job skills that will be needed to build these humanoid robots. Read More…

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Toyota Building Smart City

Emerging technologies are disrupting our lives radically and companies are testing new products and ideas all the time. The carmaker, Toyota, kicked off the first week of 2020 with an ambitious announcement. During their presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las … Read More…

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Cory Booker’s HBCU Plan

Cory Booker’s fledgling campaign (he might not be on the December debate stage) has recently announced that if he becomes president of the United States, he will support giving HBCUs and other minority serving institutions up to $100 billion. Booker’s HBCU plan doesn’t … Read More…

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2020 Internships to Explore

Favorite Internships Employers value internships!  For the 7th year in a row, The HBCU Career Center has updated our list of favorite internships.  This year’s list includes 2020 Internships that share vacancies at The HBCU Jobs and Internship Board that students and alumni … Read More…

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