Tag Archive: Talent

In an opinion piece for The Hill, Research Analyst Will Hunt and CSET Alum Remco Zwetsloot argue that funding from the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act and the America COMPETE Act isn't the only resource needed to bolster U.S. supply chains. The U.S. is in need of STEM talent to compete.

A CSET study estimates growth in semiconductor manufacturing employment by 19 percent from CHIPS Act incentives.

Deemed by OODA Loop as one of the best policy research organizations that they track and analyze, the article gives an overview of CSET's latest brief on the U.S. retention of foreign STEM talent.

Training Tomorrow’s AI Workforce

Diana Gehlhaus Luke Koslosky
| April 2022

Community and technical colleges offer enormous potential to grow, sustain, and diversify the U.S. artificial intelligence (AI) talent pipeline. However, these institutions are not being leveraged effectively. This report evaluates current AI-related programs and the associated number of graduates. The authors find that few AI and AI-related degrees and certificates are being awarded today. They propose five recommendations to address existing challenges and harness the potential of these institutions to train tomorrow’s AI workforce.

Study International featured CSET research finding that a majority of international PhD graduates in the United States choose to remain in the United States following graduation.

PIE News—the news outlet for Professionals in International Education—featured CSET research examining stay rates of international students who receive PhD degrees in STEM fields in the United States.

About 77% of the roughly 178,000 international students who received a STEM PhD between 2000 and 2015 were still in the U.S. as of early 2017 according to a CSET report.

A CSET study finds that international STEM PhD students studying in the United States stay after graduation.

CSET's Margarita Konaev unpacks Russia's diminishing tech development as a result of tech brain drain and severed foreign partnership from its invasion of Ukraine.

If the U.S. is to succeed in semiconductor manufacturing, the recruitment of foreign-born talent to the U.S. is needed according to Research Analyst Will Hunt in an interview with the South China Morning Post.