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- DOE official visits CU-Boulder’s smart grid program
- Engineering Management Takes Business Performance Concepts to Europe…Graduate student Michael Turner differs from many of his classmates in the Engineering Management Program (EMP) because he isn’t an engineer and he doesn’t currently have a job. But two years in the master’s program and a rigorous capstone project are preparing him not only for a job, but a new business opportunity. >>more
- CU Engineering 2011 publication - CUE
- University of Colorado Approves New PhD in Telecommunications
The University of Colorado Board of Regents has given the final approval for a doctoral program in telecommunications at CU-Boulder. The new degree will be offered by the Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program, also known as ITP, which is one of the oldest and most respected graduate programs in telecommunications in the world.
- Engineering Management Faculty Prep Toyota Panel: Professors Jeffrey Luftig and Barbara Lawton from the Engineering Management Program at CU-Boulder were invited to make a presentation on quality systems at a one-day preparatory workshop for Toyota’s independent North American Quality Advisory Panel in June. The panel, which was chaired by former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater, is charged with advising Toyota’s North American affiliates on quality and safety issues, worked closely with the company’s leadership team and its own North American Quality Task Force.
- CAETE (Center for Advanced Engineering & Technology Education) is now part of DANTES - The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support providing worldwide education support for the Department of Defense. DANTES manages a database of approved education institutions for military personnel and military education counselors.
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