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Women’s History Month: Starting the Fuss About Women of History

Women’s History Month, originally celebrated in 1981, aims to celebrate women of history. Moreover, March is dedicated to remembering and encouraging the observation and celebration of the vital role that women play in our history. From scientists and engineers to teachers and artists, women nationwide have left their mark on our country, and THAT deserves …

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International Women’s Day 2018

History International Women’s Day is celebrated in countries worldwide. The goal? To recognize women from all divisions, nationalities, ethnicities, cultural, economic, or political backgrounds for their achievements and successes and encourage equality. 1908 brought insurmountable oppression and inequality for women working in Industrialized America. This inspired women across the country to become more vocal and …

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Millennial Graduate Speaking: What I Wish I’d Known, Part 2

As Millennials, we get advice. A lot of advice. Some is helpful, while the rest is…not so much. If you’re interested in some free advice, from one Millennial to another, keep on reading. (And check out Part 1 of my blog found here for other advice!) Go the Extra Mile Work-Life Balance. As Millennials, we …

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Millennial Graduate

Millennial Graduate Speaking: What I Wish I’d Known, Part 1

Written by Alex Myers If you’re about to graduate from college or you’re a recent millennial graduate in your first “real job” this post is for you. Always be networking. Stand out. Be confident. Be professional, but be personable. Take leadership opportunities. The world is your oyster. Find what you’re passionate about. Your career is what …

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Happy Engineers at L-Tron Corporation Celebrate Engineers Week 2018

Friday Fun to Wrap Up Engineers Week 2018

Happy Friday and last day of Engineers Week 2018! What did you do this week to celebrate your engineers? Share your photos with us on twitter at @LTronCorp. The History Originally designed as a nontechnical organization for licensed engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers was founded in 1934. As a member of the group …

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Ken: Director of Engineering

Meet Ken: L-Tron’s Director of Engineering

Meet Ken: Director of Engineering Everyone on our team is crucial to our daily operations. This year, for National Engineers Week, we wanted to shine some light on the engineers here at L-Tron. Quirky, Intelligent, Creative, Collaborative, Calculated, Inquisitive Just a few adjectives used to describe our Director of Engineering, Ken Gravenstede. I asked our …

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Students practicing and participating in STEM programs in school

STEM Programs: Are They Effective in the United States?

  by Alexandra Meyers STEM Education. We’ve all heard about it, we know what it is. It’s a nationwide program intended to educate students with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics throughout elementary, middle, and high school. The goal of STEM programs in the United States is to encourage students of all ages …

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Top Dog, Bear Hug, Text Me: The History of Valentine Candy Hearts

It’s the middle of February, and you know what that means – Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. In honor of (or in disparage of) this national day of love, we decided to investigate the story behind the infamous chalky, clever, “love them or hate them” candy Conversation Hearts. How Candy Hearts Started Dating …

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The importance of securing your home and devices to keep your information, family, and devices safe.

12 Easy Ways to Stay Secure After National Computer Security Day, Part 2

  Looking for ways to keep your computer, your information, and your family continuously safe? Here’s the last 6 tips on how to do just that! To read Part 1 of this series, click here. 7. Don’t Plug That In Never plug anything into your computer that you don’t know where it came from. It …

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