Workforce Development

Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Workforce Development October 19, 2022

Creating a new path forward with community-driven innovation

Community-driven innovation is pushing the STLE forward with an emphasis on professional development and better communications with current and future members.

By Karl Phipps
40 under 40
Workforce Development September 19, 2022

Top 5 Plant Engineering content: September 12-18, 2022

The top 5 Plant Engineering content from the past week covered leaders under 40, artificial intelligence, bearings, variable speed drives and the metaverse. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Christina Miller
Randy Otto is the CEO of ECS Solutions and brings more than 25 years of experience in diverse industries, including glass fibers manufacturing and custom assembly machine manufacturing. Courtesy: ECS Solutions
Workforce Development September 15, 2022

Developing the existing and future workforce

The great resignation movement is forcing companies to adjust their tactics and turn to third parties who can provide the technical support needed to keep manufacturing system online.

By Randy Otto
Workforce Development September 12, 2022

Top 5 Plant Engineering content: September 5-11, 2022

The top 5 Plant Engineering content from the past week covered leaders under 40, bearings, compression system and lubrication. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Christina Miller
Workforce Development September 6, 2022

Engineering Leaders Under 40, Class of 2022

The future of automation, engineering and manufacturing relies on the younger workforce, and these 36 individuals are here to advance their industries now and for years to come.

By Amanda Pelliccione
Workforce Development August 5, 2022

Welding, machining apprentices expanding their workplace skillsets

Iowa State University english department faculty are helping high school apprentices in welding and machinery improve their writing and speaking skills through a four-week program sponsored by John Deere.

By Rachel Cramer
Courtesy: Coventry University.
Workforce Development June 23, 2022

Five tips for women who want to succeed in engineering

An engineer and researcher from Coventry University offers five tips for women looking to succeed in engineering or other STEM-related careers.

By Coventry University
Courtesy: Kyle Redmond, Purdue University
Workforce Development June 23, 2022

Semiconductor degrees program launched

Purdue University has launched a comprehensive set of interdisciplinary degrees and credentials in semiconductors and microelectronics.

By Brian Huchel
Courtesy: Landing AI, Association for Advancing Automation (A3)
Workforce Development May 12, 2022

What’s needed to get started for an automation career

Before getting started on a career in automation, it’s important to assess your goals as well as your interests, background, talents and more.

By John Lewis
Sam Russem is senior director of smart manufacturing solutions at Grantek Systems Integration. Courtesy: Grantek
Workforce Development May 7, 2022

Preparing for career changes as an engineer

Manufacturing operations are constantly changing, and engineers can stay ahead of the curve by volunteering and learning as much as possible.

By Sam Russem