The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) today announced the recipients of its scholarships.
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Chris Williams, L.S. Randolph Professor of Mechanical Engineering, has been named a senior member of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
Industry 4.0 will change the nature of manufacturing jobs while not killing off such work.
Mastercam has announced the 2021 Wildest Parts Competition winners. The Wildest Parts Competition is held each year to encourage student interest and participation in manufacturing.
SME, a non-profit professional association dedicated to advancing manufacturing, and CESMII – The Smart Manufacturing Institute, are partnering to drive smart manufacturing further and faster by aligning their resources and educating the industry, helping companies boost productivity, build a strong talent pipeline, and reduce manufacturers’ carbon footprint.
With enrollment of 6,400 students, Davis Technical College has a tradition of deploying innovative pioneering programs, and one of its latest initiatives - CNC Enhanced – keeps that tradition alive by offering a technical program curriculum for visually-challenged students.
Developing future manufacturing professionals, an initiative funded by the Michigan Marshall Plan for Talent with support from the Michigan Manufacturers Association, gets off to solid start.
The need for continuing education for xEV technologies will be critical.
This letter from the editor of Smart Manufacturing magazine provides some samples of what can be done to increase the number of Black and brown managers in manufacturing.
Five experts outline ways companies can help existing racially diverse employees interested in management posts, actions those workers can take, ways recruiters can do better, and ways to prepare for the future.