TKDA, a Saint Paul based engineering, architecture and planning firm, recently awarded two scholarships to help fund the education of University of Minnesota students pursuing a degree in engineering or architecture. One of this year’s recipients of the TKDA scholarship is Rachelle Hallberg, an architecture student from Lindstrom, Minn., and a freshman at the University …
6 tips for crafting a killer diversity strategy for your business
Diversity is a hot topic in modern business. But many make the mistake of thinking that it is just restricted to women in the workplace, or flexibility for working mothers, when in reality the umbrella covers a much wider range If you’re considering crafting a diversity strategy for your business, knowing where to start can seem like an overwhelming task Aubrey Blanche is the head of diversity and inclusion at Atlassian. Personally, she identifies as an LGTBQI Hispanic American woman. Professionally, she is an endless resource of knowledge about how businesses can implement and succeed at diversity and inclusion. 1. Start small Rather than some grand gesture, Blanche says small things consistently can make a huge…
Valley dams have engineers brimming with confidence
The crisis at the Oroville Dam and its spillways has some people in the Valley a little scared about dangers at our dams.
4 reasons you should absolutely keep an eye on Computer Vision
Computer Vision is a way for a machines to recognize, understand and interact with a picture, 3D objects, or videos. Here are 4 cool applications of CV.