Topic: Career Development

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Trimble gifts technology labs for student use

Trimble has developed a program to donate technology labs kitted out with its hardware and software to universities and institutions across the globe.

Business leader learns employees can work successfully from home

Lee Slade, P.E., M.ASCE, chair of Walter P Moore, explains that there are new ways to 'meet' challenges.

Oregon State University instructor brings statics to life

Kenny G. Martin, an instructor at Oregon State University, infuses his love for statics into his teaching.

Paying attention to details pays off

Matthew Hughes, P.E., M.ASCE, is digitizing infrastructure into GIS databases, making sure the data are accurate for utility clients.

High STEM earners know how to communicate

Georgetown University researchers have identified key job competencies that increase earnings for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics professionals.

Ask Anthony: How do I improve my communication skills if I am a shy person?

Just because you are a shy person doesn’t mean you can’t engage in meaningful conversation.

College course focuses on how fire affects structures

Structural fire engineering is a subset of civil and structural engineering that many civil engineering graduates know next to nothing about. Erica Fischer, Ph.D., M.ASCE, is working to change this.

Using big data to make better asset management decisions

Sabrina N. Rivera, P.E., M.ASCE, is using big data to help the utility she works for make smart asset decisions.

Ideation in design thinking: a case study

The problem your client asks you to address may not be precisely what they initially state. How could design thinking help you?

CE Roundtable: How do you stay current with evolving technology?

How do civil engineers keep pace with the ever-changing technology landscape?