Where We are Losing: The 2010 State of the Future report

Where We are Losing:   The 2010 State of the Future report has just been released by the Millennium Project (http://www.millennium-project.org).   I urge you all to read it soon. I especially think the service science community needs to engage in understanding where we (as an instrumented, interconnected, and intelligent planetary community) are losing: fewer people voting, …

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K-12

Studying Engineering Before They Can Spell It: NYT FRONTPAGE, By Winnie Hu (June 14, 2010) To compete in a global economy, some school districts are offering engineering lessons to students in kindergarten.  “…the big bad wolf had to do more than just huff and puff to blow down the three little pigs’ house.   To start, …

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IMSE – a new International Program on Service Engineering!

International Master on Service Engineering (IMSE), see also http://www.erasmusmundus-imse.eu/ The multi-disciplinary IMSE programme has been carefully designed at the interface of software service systems and new globe-spanning business processes to prepare students with a background in either business or information technology to become the new generation of service engineers. Unlimited possibilities in Europe – join in …

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