Academic DigitalizationDigitalization Impacting Engineering Education (podcast)

While there is plenty of negative news around COVID-19, have there been any positive impacts on engineering education? Interestingly, a silver lining of the pandemic has been an acceleration of academic digitalization. In this episode of Siemens Innovation in the Classroom, Dora Smith discusses these trends with Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher and Sirin Tekinay, Dean of the College

Engineering Skills GapEngineering Skills Gap in the Age of Digitalization (eBook)

How can schools best prepare today’s STEM students to close the engineering skills gap so that new graduates are ready for the real world? Tech-Clarity’s research report, “How Academia Can Close the Engineering Skills Gap in the Age of Digitalization” explores this question. This research shares a global perspective on what colleges and universities are

Service and Parts Information SurveyWhat Skills Do You Wish Engineering Graduates Had? (Survey Invite)

What type of experiences prepare engineering students the best for “real world” industry work? What should new graduates know when they start their first job? Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new survey on the engineering skills gap. We are exploring questions such as, what types of things do you look for in

Tech-Clarity TV – Partnering to Develop the STEM Workforce of the Future

This episode of Tech-Clarity TV explores how manufacturers like GM and Boeing partner with academic institutions, government agencies, and software vendors to increase the job readiness of  STEM graduates. The episode shares findings from our Developing the STEM Workforce of the Future: Partnering to Meet the Demand for Engineering and Manufacturing Talent paper. A key finding is

Developing the STEM Workforce of the Future

Developing the STEM Workforce of the Future: Partnering to Meet the Demand for Engineering and Manufacturing Talent discusses the shortcomings of the current education system in producing a sufficient number of qualified candidates to fill engineering and manufacturing jobs. The study doesn’t focus on the gap, but instead identifies some of the causes and explores