Date & time: Thursday, 10 March 2022 at 17:00 CET (Central European Time)
Qualcomm has a long history in bridging STEM skills gaps among students globally. That includes elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education, where they are reducing barriers to the adoption of wireless technology both in and out of the classroom in order to increase equitable access to quality teaching and learning opportunities. They promote a vision for a blended learning model for education that is effective, inclusive and engaging.
This webinar looked into:
- Their vision and products as a technology leader;
- Their best practices in solving local and global challenges.
Elliott Levine is Director of Worldwide Education for Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. In 2018, he was named to the inaugural list of the Top 100 Influencers in EdTech by EdTech Digest. Prior, he was Chief Academic Officer for STS Education and Chief Product Officer for Healthy Player ONE, software to combat bullying in esports. Formerly the first Distinguished Technologist in Education for HP, Elliott is a past columnist for National School Boards Association in the U.S., school district official, adjunct professor, columnist, chief academic officer and sought-after keynote speaker in the education vertical.
Natalie Dusi is a Corporate Responsibility Manager at Qualcomm Incorporated, a global semiconductor company inventing breakthrough technologies in the wireless industry. With over 11 years of experience in CSR, Natalie leads the companies STEM Community partnership portfolio, which focuses on investing in strategic workforce development initiatives that inspire future generations of diverse STEM professionals around the globe.
Our speakers Natalie and Elliott would like to share the following links with you:
- Qualcomm 5G Academy
- Learning Center | Thinkabit Lab
- For more information on Qualcomm´s Corporate Responsibility efforts, click here or read their annual CSR report.
STEM Alliance http://www.stemalliance.eu
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One of Qualcomm's key objectives is to foster a diverse and inclusive workforce by advancing STEM education for students at all levels and from all backgrounds. As technology leaders and a company of inventors, we are committed to providing future innovators with the skills and knowledge to solve global challenges and succeed in technology-related careers. Qualcomm's 2025 Goal is to continue to foster the next generation of innovators by inspiring 1.5 million students and teachers across the globe through strategic STEM initiatives and partnerships: We bridge the STEM skills gap among students globally; Our programs build STEM capacity among teachers and educators; We engage women and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields; Our employees serve as STEM ambassadors in our communities.