a foundation for the future--College of Engineering and
Computer Science will bring business leaders to campus
of Engineering and Computer Science at Sacramento State is hosting a forum titled
"Sacramento Region Engineering Workforce" on Thursday, Jan. 25 from
8 a.m. to 3 p.m., designed to address the growing need for engineers and IT
professionals in the region.
“The focus of the
forum will be formulating ideas as to how we can increase the enrollment, retention
and graduation of engineers for our region so we can better serve the needs
of the community,” says Emir Jose Macari, dean of the College of Engineering
and Computer Science.
Dan Kennedy, editor
of the Sacramento Business Journal, will be the keynote speaker and David Lyons,
labor analyst for the California Employment Development Department, will provide
statistics on the critical need for engineering and computer science talent
during the next decade.
Changes and Labor Market Dynamics
Retention, Graduation and Placement of Engineering and Computer Science students
- Civil Infrastructure Development
- Sustainable Growth/Environmental Protection
- Clean Energy
for Developing Relevant Engineering Education/Curriculum
for Student Success: Mentoring
The College of Engineering
and Computer Science is inviting representatives from industry and government
to work with educators to find both short- and long-term solutions.
that the outcome will be a strategic plan that will enable us to develop a sustained
and well-qualified technological workforce for our region,” Dean Marcari
says. To RSVP and for more information, contact Cynda Dart at 278-6852 or at
California State University, Sacramento Public
6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-6026 (916) 278-6156