Sustaining innovation in fast-evolving technology industries such as 5G demands a constant stream of new-hire graduates equipped with relevant skillsets. Keysight student certifications deliver exceptional value for students, educators, and employers.
- Employers can confidently target and hire industry-ready graduate engineers.
- Universities benefit from certifications, a curriculum focused on building skills to support the latest industry trends.
- Students graduate with job-ready skills and hands-on experience, landing jobs faster, which also benefits the employer and enhances university reputation.
In this session, our very own Keysight engineer shares his experiences on how he has benefitted from this program in his university days and now being positioned in one of the roles that best suited his passion for the education world
University Program Manager, 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.