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Science and Engineering Workers

The Sloan Program on Science and Engineering Workers is a statewide network of researchers interested in the science and engineering labor force. It sponsors campus seminars, publishes analytic articles that summarize key research findings, and organizes field visits to examaine S&E issues in the workplace. For further information, please contact Philip Martin

July 12-13, 2012, Managing the Dynamic S&E Labor Market

July 20, 2011, Dynamics of the STEM Labor Market

March 13, 2009, Stanford, How does Silicon Valley Evaluate Foreign Education and Experience?
 March 13, 2009 Seminar Report
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This seminar deals with how US employers evaluate credentials earned abroad and the US career paths of foreigners employed in US high-tech industries; Click here for the draft agenda. Participation is by invitation only; please contact Rafiq Dossani

January 30, 2009, Examining H-1B Visas & High-Skilled Asian Immigration
 Jan 30, 2009 Seminar Report
 H1-B Visas & Asian Immigration: A Canadian View in California
 Does immigration policy help connect US and Asian firms?
 Qualcomm - UCLA Jan. 30
This seminar deals with the impacts of highly skilled Asian S&E workers and immigrants in the US and Asia. Click here for the draft agenda.

January 18, 2008, UC-Davis, The H-1B Program and Labor Certification: Attestation and PERM
 Jan 18, 2008 Seminar Report