Coined in the late sixties, the term “mechatronics” was simply a combination of the words mechanics and electronics.
We have a great deal to be optimistic about in higher education. For one, most state budgets didn’t fall much and the federal government just gave them billion dollar booster shots. The U.S. economy is poised for a boom, led by federal spending and pent-up consumer demand.(more…)
A coalition of major oil & gas, power, automotive, fuel cell, and hydrogen companies recently released a “Road Map to a U.S. Hydrogen Economy”
In the face of financial shortfalls, many schools make a fundamental error: they focus on employment data to find new programs or current programs to grow. Unfortunately, there is a…
Associate Degrees Are in Higher Demand, as Employer Awareness of Degree Inflation Increases.