Tag Archives: STEM

Intel She Will Connect: Connecting U.S. middle school girls to innovation experiences

  This blog was posted on behalf of Pia Wilson-Body. Pia is the Executive Director of the Intel Foundation and the Director of the Corporate Affairs Group at Intel- Greater Americas. The Intel Foundation award grants focused on increasing opportunities for … Read more >

STEM-tastic Results in our Oakland Education Initiative

Posted for Barbara Whye, the Executive Director of Strategy and External Alliances in Intel’s Global Diversity and Inclusion Office – you can follow her on Twitter @steministbarb. The Intel-Oakland Unified School District initiative has produced fantastic results in year one … Read more >

Intel Looks Back on a Year of Partnership and Progress with OUSD

A little over a year ago, in May 2015, Intel announced a partnership with the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) to raise student awareness of the opportunities available in computer science and engineering—and to lay the groundwork for further studies … Read more >

Moving from Red to Green

Across the globe, corporations, researchers, and national organizations are studying the reasons behind the declining number of degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. The number of STEM graduates is declining across the board – especially for women … Read more >

So What Does Girls’ Education Have to Do with Musical Pumpkins?

Yesterday was not your normal day at the office.  I learned how to make a musical instrument out of a pumpkin. To kick off Intel’s celebrations of the UN’s  International Day of the Girl, we hosted a great group of … Read more >

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