Stefanie Kure

Stefanie
Kure
Senior Associate Editor,
Penton Media

Stefanie Kure is the senior associate editor of EC&M magazine. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas and has more than 20 years of experience in the B2B magazine industry. In addition to EC&M, Stefanie has worked on Transmission & Distribution World magazine, Broadcast Engineering magazine, and Power Electronics Technology magazine.

Articles
LEDs Pave the Way
It's not often that a chance encounter between two strangers from opposite sides of the world results in the development of a novel new product, but that's exactly what happened when Jon Jorgensen and Markus Bechstein met two years ago.
Hand Tools Detect AC Voltage in a Snap
We all realize electricity can be dangerous, but did you know that people have been killed by as little as 100VAC? To help keep electrical workers safe,
Bridge and Observatory are a Maine Attraction
Boasting 17 million acres of forestland and 3,500 miles of coastline, Maine is known for its abundance of beautiful scenery. The completion of the new
Science & Technology Building Anchors New University Campus
Located on the border of Texas and Arkansas, Texas A&M University-Texarkana (TAMUT) is an upper-level university offering programs and courses to approximately
Virtual Skylights Offer a Sunny View 24/7
Most people probably don't consider a six-month dental checkup particularly inspirational, but for Bill Witherspoon, a trip to the dentist's chair prompted
Field Layout Software Simplifies Installation
Increased productivity and accuracy can add to the bottom line of almost any business. Trimble MEP, a new field layout software solution from Sunnyvale,
Solar Project Upholds Company's Commitment to Renewable Energy
Delta Products may be one of the Delta Group Companies whose business offices and manufacturing plants span three continents, but its corporate mission
Underground Project Colors a City's Downtown
Below the busy streets of downtown Oklahoma City sprawls a vast network of tunnels and bridges that links 16 blocks and more than 30 of the area's buildings.
Solid-State Lighting Solution Shines Bright
The energy efficiency of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is expected to equal the most efficient white light sources by 2010, according to the U.S. Department
Warehouse Retrofit Saves More Than Electricity
With a student population of approximately 25,000, Colorado State University (CSU), Fort Collins, Colo., is dedicated to reducing its impact on the environment.
School Science Complex Has Students Seeing Green
When it opened its doors in 1967, the Sputnik Science Center at St. Olaf College, a private liberal arts school located in Northfield, Minn., was a state-of
Transportation Construction Is On the Road to a Shortfall
The collapse of the I-35 Bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis last August underscored the nation's pressing need for updated transportation
Is Wastewater Construction Headed for a Drought?
After experiencing strong growth in 2007, water supply and sewer/wastewater construction are anticipated to remain somewhat flat for the next several
NGR Monitor and Ground Fault Relay Combo
Protecting personnel and equipment from damage is a top priority for most companies, especially those whose work involves industrial power systems. The
Software Simplifies Residential Estimating
Bill Ruffner, president of Advanced Electrical Technologies, Plainfield, Ill., has discovered firsthand that necessity is indeed the mother of invention.
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