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Ray C. Anderson Foundation Awards $2500 Grant to University of New Hampshire’s Sustainability Institute, Honoring Wendell Hadden, winner of the 2020 Ray C. Anderson Sustainability Award

Interface Matches the Grant, Bringing it to $5000
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Wendell Hadden of Interface, winner of the Ray C. Anderson Sustainability Award has chosen for $2500 to be donated by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, in his honor, to the University of New Hampshire Sustainability Institute (UNHSI) for its Sustainability Indicator Management and Analysis Platform (SIMAP).  Interface has matched the grant, bringing the total donation to $5000.

Press Release

Wendell Hadden of Interface, winner of the Ray C. Anderson Sustainability Award has chosen for $2500 to be donated by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, in his honor, to the University of New Hampshire Sustainability Institute (UNHSI) for its Sustainability Indicator Management and Analysis Platform (SIMAP).  Interface has matched the grant, bringing the total donation to $5000.

Arrow Electronics Engineers Inspire Girls to Study Science at Girls and Science Event

Press Release

CENTENNIAL, Colo., March 16, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Arrow Electronics Engineers Grace Doepker and Maddie Eyolfson provided aspiring young scientists with a sneak peek at life as an engineer at the 6th annual Girls and Science education event March 7.

Power of Change When K-12 and Business Collaborate

By Kelli List Wells, Founder, STEM Leadership Alliance
Blog

I have been reflecting on the changes that have occurred in education over the last decade. In my previous role, as executive director of education and skills within a multinational company, I was in the center of various reforms. I observed there is a disconnect between K-12 and business that is impacting the future of work. Reform in K-12 is a long process, and the business community can be an incredible partner if they are willing to partner for the long run.

CNH Industrial Foundation Issues Grant to Junior Achievement of South Central PA

Article

The CNH Industrial Foundation recently issued a grant to Junior Achievement of South Central PA, U.S.A. CNH Industrial employees in New Holland, PA along with employees at other North America locations volunteer with Junior Achievement throughout the year. Together, the goal is to help as many students as possible prepare for the future through programs in financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship education. We are partnering together to invest in the future of our communities!

At the Head of the Class – Designing a Waste Collection Truck of the Future

Blog

There are multiple paths to innovation, especially when it comes to technology. At Republic, our vision is to be America’s preferred waste and recycling partner – and to do this, innovation is not a nice-to-have – it’s a must.

How Net Zero Energy Electrified Learning at This Oregon School

Inspiring students with a net-zero energy school design
Article

Alex Baumgardner, marketing and commuications manager with Tetra Tech’s High Performance Buildings Group, wrote an article for the International Living Future Institute’s Trim Tab magazine.

In the blog, Alex discusses Tetra Tech’s work in designing a net-zero energy educational facility alongside architecture firm Bora Architects with the purpose of not only delivering a sustainable development but also inspiring students who require an augmented approach to learning.

In the Trim Tab article, Alex writes:

A Multifaceted Approach Is the Key to Mentoring the Engineers of the Future

Blog

It never ceases to amaze me how many social impact programs Keysight employees engage in worldwide. As the company’s director of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) I get a great view of much that occurs, but there are many times I hear about a program I wasn’t previously aware of. In fact, it happened just last month!

Qualcomm® Thinkabit Lab™ Is Creating the Next Generation of Inventors

By Matt Parke
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Qualcomm for Good STEM initiatives are designed to promote a​nd improve STEM education at all levels and to expand upon opportunities for underrepresented students. Our Qualcomm® Thinkabit Lab™ inspires students of all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds to imagine future careers in STEM by designing an invention that uses an Internet of Things solution to solve real-world problems.

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Qualcomm for Good STEM initiatives are designed to promote a​nd improve STEM education at all levels and to expand upon opportunities for underrepresented students. Our Qualcomm® Thinkabit Lab™ inspires students of all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds to imagine future careers in STEM by designing an invention that uses an Internet of Things solution to solve real-world problems.

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