Do you know a talented person, 30-years-of-age or younger, who is already making strides in the manufacturing industry, or a high school student that is showing promise to one day be a leader in the industry? Manufacturing Engineering recently opened nominations for its 2018 Class of 30 under 30. This program is a great way to honor young people who are passionate about Read More
Now Open: 2018 30 Under 30 Nominations
In our sixth annual 30 Under 30 issue, Advanced Manufacturing Media will recognize 30 individuals under the age of 30 who have the potential to lead our industry into the future.
Do you know a young person deserving of this award? Fill out the nomination form at the link below by Friday, Feb. 16, 2018, in order for your candidate to be considered.
In 2013, when Manufacturing Engineering launched its 30 Under 30 project to honor young people who have the potential to be manufacturing leaders, it was a bit of a pioneering effort. There were few—if any—comparable programs. While Forbes had initiated its 30 Under 30 program in 2011, it did not recognize manufacturing as a distinct category until 2015. Today, in its fifth Read More
We are quickly approaching a time of year that is enjoyable and entertaining for all of us at Manufacturing Engineering. Nominations for our 30 Under 30 honors start pouring in and we will start poring over them. As we do, we get to learn about exceptional people. We also get to “meet” some of them—even if only over the phone—when we interview the 30 nominees who will be Read More
For the fourth consecutive year, Manufacturing Engineering recognizes 30 individuals under the age of 30 who are making a difference in manufacturing and STEM fields. These young people deserve recognition for their accomplishments in a field that gets unfairly branded as dark, dirty and dangerous—or even worse, as a career of the past. This year's group of honorees prove Read More
After an internship with Thales Visionix Inc., a developer of helmet-mounted displays for the aviation market, Denise Karabowicz joined the company full-time as a design engineer upon her 2012 graduation from the University of Southern California with a bachelor's of science degree in mechanical engineering. “I have had the privilege of working with Denise for more than Read More
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