Industry-Ready Students - What's in it for Me?
Recorded: October 26, 2021
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Join Keysight to learn how student certification programs benefit universities, students and industry employers. Hear from a Keysight engineer who shares his experience on the skills he learned through the certification program at his University, and how that impacted his job search as a new graduate. Attendees will learn how to collaborate with industry to bring real-world measurement and test experience to the classroom to produce industry-ready engineers.
Attend this webinar to:
- How Universities can build a curriculum focused on latest industry-needed engineering skills
- The student impact of graduating with an industry certification
- What are the types of certification and what is needed to participate
Keysight University Program Manager for PathWave Software Solutions
Casey Latham currently serves as the University Program Manager for PathWave Software Solutions (formerly EEsof EDA). In his current role, Casey creates partnerships with professors and universities around the world to develop industry-ready students. As part of this effort, Casey helps professors supplement their courses with lab guides, curriculum, and virtual workspaces.
Prior to his current role, Casey served as a field engineer covering both commercial accounts and universities. On the education side, Casey worked with electrical engineering departments and student organizations to hold workshops and seminars to help students connect their classroom knowledge with real-world applications.
Casey received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Baylor University. He performed research into frequency-agile radar and dynamic spectrum sharing.