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And thats why stereotypes may still have an integral role in explaining the gender discrepancy between school grades and test scores. military needs to step up efforts to recruit and retain the scientists and engineers who have provided it with cutting edge technologies, Daniel Mote Jr. the former University of Maryland College Park president who co-chaired the 18-month-long study with former Lockheed Martin CEO Norman Augustine "It was very hard to find anyone who said that there is a workforce shortage except in a few areas such as cybersecurity and intelligence; the real issue is not numbers it is how to maintain the quality of the workforce" The report notes however that "the historical record of forecasting the number of scientists and engineers needed to work in national security has been abysmal at best" so problems could appear suddenly The report suggests that DOD focus on meeting its own special workforce needs rather than trying to improve the overall quality of STEM education in the United States "DOD needs to concentrate on solving its own problem not the country’s problem" Mote says DOD now employs just about 2% of the total US STEM workforce the report notes and is "a small and diminishing part of the nation’s overall science and engineering enterprise One consequence is that DOD cannot significantly impact the nation’s overall STEM workforce-and therefore with a few exceptions DOD should focus its limited resources on fulfilling its own special requirements for STEM talent" Some practical steps that the Pentagon can take to recruit and retain top talent include adjusting compensation levels and streamlining hiring and security clearance practices in order to make DOD "fully competitive" with more nimble industry and academic employers And it could also "ring fence" employees and positions that it considers particularly important protecting them from budget cuts layoffs and hiring freezes A more ambitious recommendation is for the Pentagon to sponsor "unconventional" research and engineering projects that offer "exciting challenging and highly attractive opportunities" to potential workers The problem Mote says is that as the Pentagon buys fewer large weapons systems DOD workers have fewer opportunities to hone their technical and leadership skills solving big complicated problems But a series of smaller challenging projects—perhaps modeled after prize competitions for developing "disruptive" technologies or Lockheed Martin’s famed "Skunk Works" facility that pioneered futuristic spy planes and supersonic aircraft—could help build esprit de corps he says "We felt very strongly about the unconventional programs idea" Mote says "It’s been shown over and over again that the idea of working on a challenging project is a very attractive recruiting tool" Mote said the panel spent "a lot of time" discussing its recommendation that DOD try to hire more non-US citizens for STEM jobs Currently the Pentagon limits most STEM positions to US citizens in large part as a result of security clearance requirements But that restriction means DOD can’t directly tap a rising tide of foreign talent including those who could like to become US citizens To break the logjam the panel says DOD should "reexamine the need for security clearances in selected positions in order to permit non-US citizens to enter the STEM talent pool … under tailored circumstances" The US Department of Energy it notes already has programs that give foreign scientists jobs and clearances if they commit to obtaining US citizenship; DOD could start with similar efforts The panel also called for expanding the number of visas available for highly skilled technical workers "to provide the nation and the DOD with a substantially larger pool of extraordinary talent in areas of need" Mote concedes that the foreign hiring recommendation may be difficult to implement "There is a feeling that this is a very steep hill to climb" he says A host of laws and regulations would need to be changed he says steps that are "out of the hands of DOD" Pentagon officials are still reviewing the report a Pentagon spokesperson wrote to ScienceInsider in an e-mail And Mote says it is unclear "whether the department as a whole will want to take this on in a big way" as it struggles with impending budget cuts and other issues "These are some rather big changes we are talking about" he says "But it’s clear that DOD needs to be more assertive and prepared to compete for its STEM workforce" A sit-in at Duke University entered its fourth day on Monday as students occupied an administrative building to call for three school officials to resign and for Duke to offer a $15 minimum wage for campus workers The nine students who started the sit-in were largely protesting Tallman Trask III Duke’s executive vice president over a 2014 incident in which Trask was accused of hitting a parking attendant with his vehicle and calling her a racial slur as he drove away according to a lawsuit filed earlier this year Trask has denied using a slur against Shelvia Underwood the parking attendant but has admitted he unintentionally hit her with his car On Monday he issued an official apology “While the details of what happened are a matter of disagreement and subject of civil litigation I recognize that my conduct fell short of the civility and respectful conduct each member of this community owes to every other” Trask said in a statement “I express my apology to Ms Underwood and to this community and re-commit myself to ensuring that these values are upheld for all” The protesters occupied the second-floor lobby of the school’s Allen Building which houses administrative offices on Friday afternoon On Sunday Duke issued a statement saying the administration would close the building to the public on Monday The school has been in discussion with the protesters and will not discipline them the statement said On Monday Duke administrators said they would not continue negotiating with students until they leave the building “Closing the Allen Building while these negotiations go on has presented a significant disruption to students faculty staff and visitors and cannot continue indefinitely” the school said in a statement “The university is committed to completing these negotiations and reaching a mutually agreeable resolution in a peaceful and productive way” Write to Maya Rhodan at [email protected] To do so Wuerl canceled a planned speech at this week’s World Meeting of Families in Dublin Chili’s and good for you too Oniagara fallsCredit: PAThe cold weather has been caused by an arctic blast of air stretching from the Midwest to the Northeast niagara falls Credit: PANiagara Falls is in fact the collective name for a series of three waterfalls between the state of New York and the Canadian province of Ontario "Now I am searching for the ultimate satisfaction to win with Ferrari "That’s my ultimate target now. A 2012 survey found that one in nine high school seniors in the U. The documentary also follows the story of 17-year-old Elijah Stai, Still, the second stop on her North American tour. “We believe there will never be any justifiable reason for such attacks and violence on innocent citizens. and in print on Friday.

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