By Matthias Berninger, SVP Public Affairs & Sustainability at Bayer
As I write this, the world holds its breath. The global COVID 19 pandemic, the coronavirus, affects many infected and worried people around the globe. Countless doctors, nurses and medical workers are tirelessly helping on the ground. Governments are on highest alert to control the situation, talking advice from scientific experts who are learning on the fly. Healthcare companies like Bayer are also in constant contact with authorities worldwide and provide support wherever possible.
“There’s no limit to what type of experience games can provide.”
Mixed Reality flight simulations for Air Force pilots. Showcasing satellite orbital mechanics in Virtual Reality. Building an interactive digital encyclopedia of aircraft. For Jason Rauck, Project Lead and Game Designer with Booz Allen’s San Antonio office’s Immersive team, projects like these are all in a day’s work.
Rauck creates interactive experiences that prepare U.S. warfighters for their real-life missions—an interest that began in childhood.
Written by: Candaice Robetoy, ON Semiconductor CSR Intern
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) occupations are not only near and dear to our hearts; they are also expected to rise at least 10% over the next decade. This is hardly shocking news considering they permeate every aspect of our daily lives from medical research and infrastructure improvements to the communication device you’re probably reading this article on. At ON Semiconductor, we are proud of our diverse and robust giving program led by the ON Semiconductor giving program. But even more so, we value and appreciate the eagerness children display when they
The cell phones you use to connect with your friends. The vehicles you ride in to and from school. The things that shape our daily lives all start as ideas—and engineers turn these ideas into reality.
Scientist Blake Fernandez and Lead Associate Shawn Lester from Booz Allen’s Huntsville, AL office shared this message with students at Madison City Schools in honor of National Engineering Week. The goal: Engage youth early around STEM careers, starting with engineering and expanding to include cyber, computer science, chemistry, and other sciences.
Kirk Borne— a top speaker and digital influencer in the areas of Big Data, Data Science, and AI—works in data science and AI at Booz Allen, where he serves as an Executive Advisor, the firm’s first and only Principal Data Scientist, and in 2019 was named the firm’s first and only Data Science Fellow.
Cox Enterprises volunteers across the country spend time with kids in the Boys and Girls Clubs
Multimedia with summary
"This was the BEST field trip ever!" Boys and Girls Club members had the BEST day with Cox Enterprise volunteers from around the country. They built Kano Kits together and the kids- and the adults - loved every minute!
Diversity and inclusion are part of our rich history and fundamental to our future success. In celebration of Black History Month, we highlight employees who have made an impact on our past, present and future.
The celebration of Black History Month began in 1926 when Carter G. Woodson, a noted African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher, created it to honor the achievements of African Americans in the U.S. This year, Booz Allen celebrated by acknowledging and highlighting the many contributions of its African American employees, supported by thoughtful initiatives from internal forums like the African American Network (AAN) and Multicultural Business Resource Group.