Lee Teschler

Editor, Machine Design

Leland was Editor-in-Chief of Machine Design. He has 34 years of Service and holds a B.S. Engineering from the University of Michigan, a B.S. Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan;, and a MBA from Cleveland State University. Prior to joining Penton, Lee worked as a Communications design engineer for the U.S. Government.

Posts by Lee Teschler

Here's what happens when STEM promotion is successful: A million Indian engineering grads scramble for jobs

Now we know what can happen when too many kids get funneled into engineering curricula. According to a report in The Economic Times, there were....More

101 things I learned in engineering school

Every once in awhile I come across a book I wished I would have had when I was an engineering undergrad. 101 Things I Learned in Engineering School....More

For engineers who think they are "big brains"

Do you think you're hot stuff when it comes to solving technical problems? You can get a chance to prove it and earn $5,000 in the bargain if....More

Why your health club receptionist may have her BA degree

It is increasingly likely that the person who scans your groceries or checks you in at your health club may have a BA degree in creative literature....More

Good night! Now they want to regulate 3D printers!!

Have we rally come to a point where the little 3D printers you find in high school shop classes must be regulated?....More

Goofy pronouncement on solar power from someone who should know better

You'd think the chairman of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission would know how solar panels hook into a power system. Judging from his....More

Certificate holders can earn more than degree holders, at least in Texas

Getting a skill certificate can get you more pay than a degree from a two or four-year institution, according to a new study done in Texas....More

More evidence: Guest workers lower STEM salaries

A thinktank called the Economic Policy Institute has examined employment trends among U.S. IT workers and has concluded  the U.S. has more....More

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