See how these groups are making games and game design more inclusive, accessible, and equitable.
When Kai Nyame was in high school, her mother hoped she’d pursue a career in STEM — something likely to provide long-term financial stability, like engineering. Though Drayton-Yee had the technical know-how for such a path, she also had a love for all things creative.
A century after Black Wall Street was burned to the ground, Black Tulsans unite to create something new.
More than 1,700 miles away from Silicon Valley, Tyrance Billingsley II is leading the charge to create a new, global technology hub in his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. His goal: To build a thriving economy of Black-owned businesses in an industry where Black innovators have been historically underrepresented and in a city with a legacy of Black entrepreneurialism.
A sustainable plastics production chain requires shifting from a linear to a circular economy
Across the country in Palo Alto, California—and at the other end of the size spectrum—HP is taking multiple steps to improve its plastics circularity. “The elimination of unnecessary plastic is the first priority when it comes to our circularity strategy,” says James McCall, HP’s chief sustainability officer. “As of 2021, we achieved a 44% reduction in single-use plastic packaging, towards our 2025 goal of a 75% reduction compared to 2018.”
Oprah Winfrey has congratulated Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng on winning the new Africa Education Medal.
Founded this year by T4 Education and HP, in collaboration with Intel and Microsoft, the honour recognised the University of Cape Town Vice-Chancellor for her “impact, leadership, and advocacy in the field of African education”.
When the second HBCU Tech Conference gets underway this week, the leadership, staff, and students of 102 Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the nation will have the opportunity to experience what’s next in higher education. And what’s next includes such tech trends as automation, enhancing hybrid learning capabilities, and teaching XR (extended reality) in classrooms.
A conversation with Global YMCA Secretary General Carlos Sanvee about the importance of connectivity and digital literacy for youth in communities worldwide.
Through her local YMCA in Kosovo, Fiona Meqa, age 15, learned how to craft a business email, be an effective leader, and cultivate a success-focused mindset. At her YMCA in Ethiopia, Danayit Zegeye, age 21, also uncovered the traits of a success-based mindset, as well as sharpened her social media marketing skills.
No commute, more control, and assistive technologies can transform the work experience and make the “office” more inclusive.
By Steven Aquino
The impact of remote work is undeniable: Software like Zoom and Microsoft Teams has become a de facto conference room, employees have traded business suits for loungewear, and commuting time has shrunk to the few minutes it takes to boot up. But while the media has portrayed adapting to remote work as a new phenomenon, many people with disabilities — myself included — have understood and advocated for it for years.
The reconciliation package moving through Congress includes $369 billion to fight climate change, and Senate Democrats’ summary of the deal says it would put the United States on a path to cut around 40% of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 25, 2022 /3BL Media/ – First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, met with representatives from HP Inc. and the Global Business Coalition for Education, at the Ukraine House cultural center in Washington, D.C. this week, to accept a donation of technology and learning material headed to Ukraine to support thousands of students, teachers, and healthcare practitioners.