Tag Archives: Intel Teach

Intel Education Welcomes Kno to the Family

This blog was posted on behalf of John Galvin, vice president of the Sales and Marketing Group at Intel Corporation and general manager of the World Ahead Program, an integrated product and marketing team focused on global education. Galvin is responsible … Read more >

Changing the Paradigm of Classrooms: New Study on Intel Teach and Impact on Girls

Classrooms have seriously changed since I was a kid. The other day I awkwardly sat on a miniature 5-year-old sized chair and watched my daughter do a presentation in her kindergarten class. She was pointing and moving things on an … Read more >

From Arizona to Azerbaijan – Enthusiasm and Dedication Make a Difference

I became a teacher because I didn’t like the way I’d been taught. I wasn’t inspired, I wasn’t encouraged, I wasn’t interested – and I didn’t want that for others – I wanted to make a difference. I needed to … Read more >

Helping teachers spark students’ interest in science and math

Yesterday I had the honor of representing Intel in a small meeting with President Obama, the Vice President and Dr. Biden (a professor of English) prior to the public announcement around the “Educate to Innovate” campaign. The President met with … Read more >

What can we make possible?

Although I am now just two weeks into my new role as Intel’s Director of Corporate Responsibility, the topic of corporate responsibility is not something new to me. For over twelve years, I have had the privilege of managing Intel’s … Read more >

Reporting from the Clinton Global Initiative

I had the pleasure of being in New York this week with Intel Chairman Craig Barrett for our participation in the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting and several other events related to the UN General Assembly. It was an … Read more >