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Getting the Numbers Right: International Engineering Education in the United States, China, and India

Gary Gereffi, Vivek Wadhwa, Ben Rissing, Ryan Ong
2008 Journal of Engineering Education  
We argue that the key issue in engineering education should be the quality of graduates, not just the quantity, since quality factors have the biggest impact on innovation and entrepreneurship.  ...  Our research shows that the gap between the number of engineers and related technology specialists produced in the United States versus those in India and China is smaller than previously reported, and  ...  Natarajan, and our group's graduate student research team at Duke University: Nishanth Lingamneni, Xinguo Fan, Arthur Todd Stevens, Patrick Chen, Qi Weng, Ramakrishnan Balasubramanian, and Chun Wu.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2168-9830.2008.tb00950.x fatcat:gz4zwnocrjhnxb7mwcovw3uoli

Evaluation of Job Placement and Satisfaction of Graduate Students of Virtual University Pakistan

Dr. Asaf Niwaz, Dr. Muhammad Saeed Khan, Dr. Tariq Mehmood Khan
2013 International Journal of Learning and Development  
A strong coordination among institutions of higher learning with national and multinational companies was also suggested.  ...  The sample comprised of 24 graduate students of Virtual University working on managerial posts in different multinational companies. The sample was chosen through chain sampling technique.  ...  The graduates of CS working in public sectors work for 7 to 8 hours in a day while graduates working in private sectors work for more than 8 hours daily.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijld.v3i6.4771 fatcat:57etwm452rdcdor6zvp6dq43xe

From Research to Classroom: A Course in Pervasive Computing

R. Banerjee
2005 IEEE pervasive computing  
From Research to Classroom: A Course in Pervasive Computing Rahul Banerjee We offer the course to two distinct categories of graduate students: fulltime students majoring in the CS and SS tracks and  ...  Research that began in 1999 led Rahul to introduce a graduate course on pervasive computing in 2003.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2005.64 fatcat:zqudfiwwvfeznct3jwpsa4mvpi

Positioning Africa's public health doctoral students to lead societal transformation and development

Rawlance Ndejjo, Charles Ssemugabo, Jimmy Osuret, Esther Bayiga Zziwa, Sharon Fonn, Tobias Alfvén, David Mukanga, Meleckidzedeck Khayesi, Rhoda K. Wanyenze
2022 BMJ Global Health  
Students should build their soft skills and embrace technology among other transferable competencies.  ...  Public health PhD graduates can take up careers in academia, civil service, private sector and civil society, among others.  ...  Prospective PhD students should be approached early in their education to interest them in a scientific research-based career. 44 Provision of mentorship opportunities to young researchers by senior researchers  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2021-007996 pmid:35168932 pmcid:PMC8852658 fatcat:zxyin2stlrcqpidmpqmubpj5pe

Assessing Student Behavior in Computer Science Education with an fsQCA Approach

Ilias O. Pappas, Michail N. Giannakos, Letizia Jaccheri, Demetrios G. Sampson
2017 ACM Transactions on Computing Education  
To this end, it identifies gains and barriers as essential factors in CS education, including motivation and learning performance, and proposes a conceptual model along with research propositions.  ...  This research study contributes to the literature by: (1) offering new insights into the relationships among the predictors of CS students' intention to continue their studies and (2) advancing the theoretical  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank all the students at the Department of Computer and Information Science of NTNU that took part and responded in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3036399 fatcat:kfsh6jg2ebfh3oowrabxv6mm2m

Changing Mental Models of the IT Professions: A Theoretical Framework

Denise E. Agosto, Susan Gasson, Michael Atwood
2008 Journal of Information Technology Education  
(Aspray & Bernat, 2000, p. 19) Student community building programs have also been shown to lead to increased participation in CS and IT for females and minorities.  ...  play a large role in how much a student enjoys the graduate experience and how well he or she succeeds.  ... 
doi:10.28945/186 fatcat:udk7oe45gvaklkfbjqs7ujdu64

Real-time software-intensive systems engineering: An international perspective

Miroslav Sveda, Andrew J. Kornecki, Thomas B. Hilburn, Wojciech Grega, Jean-Marc Thiriet, Ondrej Rysavy
2009 2009 EAEEIE Annual Conference  
This paper provides an overview and a comparison of several international projects which focus on research and development of international computing curricula.  ...  The paper also deals with the exchange of students and faculty between international academic institutions.  ...  mobility exchange of graduate students engaged in RSIC oriented programs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/eaeeie.2009.5335494 fatcat:n73cbm33ezdfflaa4mhkznt3r4

Undergraduate University Education in Internet of Things Engineering in China: A Survey

Bing Du, Yuke Chai, Wei Huangfu, Rongjuan Zhou, Huansheng Ning
2021 Education Sciences  
Based on data collected from faculties, students, and graduates, we found that the IoT Engineering curriculum was an unsystematic patchwork and was deficient in practical platforms.  ...  To address the problem of a serious Internet of Things (IoT) talent shortage, the Chinese government is encouraging universities and institutions to establish a major in IoT Engineering to train high-level  ...  However, in April 2010, Tsinghua University built an IoT research center in the CS department.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11050202 doaj:3158bd485fa5451db2c0e3cd0a771a4a fatcat:nihrnrdwkfdztplf2es64y2z3q

Latin American Perspectives to Internationalize Undergraduate Information Technology Education

Mihaela Sabin, Ignacio Trejos, Barbara Viola, John Impagliazzo, Renzo Angles, Mariela Curiel, Paul Leger, Jorge Murillo, Hernán Nina, José Antonio Pow-Sang
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 ITiCSE Working Group Reports on - ITiCSE '16  
Brief History of Computing and IT Education in Latin America The history of computing in Latin America started at the end of the 1950s when the first computers were introduced in countries such as Mexico  ...  Additionally, economic, political, and social issues occurring in each country influenced the development of computing-related projects and education programs.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The IT2017 task group is most grateful and appreciating to ACM and its Education Board for its ongoing support for this project, especially providing a path for conducting and analyzing  ... 
doi:10.1145/3024906.3029847 dblp:conf/iticse/SabinVIACLMNPT16 fatcat:zzx3hzkaejbk7htzw7nc6wvbga

The Role of Human Capital in Science, Technology and Innovation

Dzhamilya Abuzyarova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Veronika Belousova, Zhaklin Krayushkina, Yuliya Lonshchikova, Ekaterina Nikiforova, Nikolay Chichkanov, National Research University Higher School of Economics
2019 Foresight and STI Governance  
Most of the graduates of the program found jobs in the corporate sector and at research centers, but among the interviewees, there were also representatives who chose self-employment or public service.  ...  In turn, the most popular way of training, in the opinion of respondents, is online education.  ...  The paper was written on the basis of the study conducted in the scope of the Basic Research Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE University) supported by a subsidy  ... 
doi:10.17323/2500-2597.2019.2.107.119 fatcat:cnzggzryirgevha2fpqfn7bu2m

Career Development Services (CDS) at the University Level: A Study on Two Private Universities in Bangladesh

Mohammad Masudur Rahman
2014 Journal of Business and Technology (Dhaka)  
Because, without imparting qualitative education and proper counseling a fresh graduate may lose the right way to approach in getting a better livelihood and build healthier career.  ...  The university, where the students are taught, can play a pivotal role in guiding them and building their professional skills in the way of achieving the goal.  ...  Because, without imparting qualitative education and proper counseling a fresh graduate may lose the right way to approach in getting a better livelihood and build healthier career.  ... 
doi:10.3329/jbt.v8i1-2.18288 fatcat:nqzrxxsx5rfkhe44f2yldizgiy

A competency-based approach toward curricular guidelines for information technology education

Mihaela Sabin, Hala Alrumaih, John Impagliazzo
2018 2018 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)  
The paper suggests that a focus on competencies allows academic departments to forge collaborations with employers and engage students in professional practice experiences.  ...  Specifically, the paper outlines ways by which baccalaureate IT programs might implement the IT curricular framework and prepare students with knowledge, skills, and dispositions to equip graduates with  ...  Originating from the field of vocational education and research on career development, dispositions have received increasing attention in the K-12 computer science education community [36] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/educon.2018.8363368 dblp:conf/educon/SabinAI18 fatcat:t34tphmwjngpdjfbwljdunqxme

Fostering Professional Competencies in Engineering Undergraduates with EPS@ISEP

Malheiro, Guedes, Silva, Ferreira
2019 Education Sciences  
In this context, the core set of professional competencies includes critical thinkingand problem solving, effective communication, collaboration and team building, and creativityand innovation—also known  ...  2013, constituting, in addition,a road map for the application of the 4C2S framework to engineering capstone programmes.  ...  , collaboration and team building, and creativity and innovation (the four Cs) [1] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9020119 fatcat:ohsxaloh3zapxj7spf252vm5xa

What Makes International Business Unique and Important as a Field? The Three Cs of IB

Luis Alfonso Dau, Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, Maria Tereza Leme Fleury, Kendall Roth, Srilata Zaheer
2022 AIB Insights  
We propose a framework for what makes international business important and relevant as a field, based on three attributes that are critical in our research and teaching: context, connection, and complexity  ...  Context refers to examining firms in their environment and not in a vacuum. Connection captures how the field bridges disciplines, nations, and analytical levels.  ...  Furthermore, IB education provides a setting that facilitates creating linkages and knowledge integration for students across courses and other areas.  ... 
doi:10.46697/001c.33698 fatcat:3svmvtx3czfw5h5gjza75ahhve

Computer science research in India

K. Ramamritham
1997 Computer  
The type of institutions in which computer science research is conducted is considered next followed by a discussion of the students and faculty at the educational institutions.  ...  in the recent past, and (c) the demand in the West for students from its top science and technology educational institutions?  ...  Acknowledgements I am grateful to Andre van Tilborg at the O ce of Naval Research for his support and blessings for this endeavor. I am indebted to Prof. C.R.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.587546 fatcat:pkvbqawwqjajfot6iqdzleocny
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