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  • Internal documents show increasing discontent among Boeing workers

    SEATTLE Boeing Co.'s December disclosure that it will transfer about 1,000 research engineering jobs out of Washington state has sown widespread internal dissent, distrust and confusion, according to internal employee feedback gathered by company...
  • Education briefs

    Engineering scholarships Anne Arundel Community College has been awarded a $598,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to help support its engineering scholars program. The grant will provide scholarships of up to $4,000 annually to financially...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Andrew Blain Excels At Suny Maritime College

    Andrew R. Blain recently graduated with his Bachelor's of Science in Marine Transportation from the State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College. He is a native of North Windham. The oldest and largest maritime school in the country, SUNY...
  • Virginia Beach engineering firm to add 33 jobs after software development success

    Virginia Beach engineering firm to add 33 jobs after software development success
    Engineering firm JES plans to relocate its Virginia Beach headquarters to Corporate Landing Business Park with plans to expand its software development division and add 33 jobs. The company recently bought a 45,000-square-foot office building in the...
  • Why Men Make More Money

    Dan Wasserman's April 12 cartoon depicts a Republican answering a woman's request for pay equity as one that requires "complicated math." There is indeed a disparity between men's and women's incomes. But it has nothing to do with willful discrimination,...
  • Audacious engineering paved the way for 1964 opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel

    Audacious engineering paved the way for 1964 opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
    Fifty years after mesmerized motorists made their first wide-eyed trip across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel on April 15, 1964, the seemingly endless, 17.6-mile expanse of elevated trestles, high-level bridges and underwater tunnels once hailed as an...
  • Rocket Man: The otherworldly ambitions of Elon Musk

    Elon Musk reigns over an entrepreneurial landscape of epic proportions: With Tesla Motors, the cherub-faced CEO wants to wean us off fossil fuels with electric cars for the masses. With SolarCity, he envisions panels blooming on a million rooftops. And...
  • Facelifts in Boca: Entire slate of district parks to get upgrades

    Facelifts in Boca: Entire slate of district parks to get upgrades
    — The field of play throughout the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District is going to be getting a lot greener. And it's not just new grass. It's also the millions about to be invested in Boca-style fun. Nearly two years since the district...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Capt. Nathan Hale School Career Day 2014

    The Capt. Nathan Hale Middle School (CNH) will be hosting a Career Day on Wednesday, April 9. There will be 40 presenters participating by representing various career fields such as sustainable energy, green construction, aerospace engineering, electrical...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Nine Hartford Schools Receive Magnet Merit Awards

    Magnet Schools of America, the national association dedicated to promoting the achievements of magnet and theme-based schools, has presented nine Hartford public schools with Magnet School of Merit Awards, recognizing them as among the best of their...
  • Scientists Predicted Deadly Washington Landslide

    Scientists Predicted Deadly Washington Landslide
    The March 22 landslide in Oso, Wash., is a case history of media disaster coverage. Something dramatic happens, loved ones die, emergency managers take over, people grieve, normality returns and disaster strikes again, cycle after cycle. This familiar...