T-Mobile’s new Senior Vice President of the Central Regional Network Engineering & Operations shares her journey from Africa to America, overcoming adversity and seizing opportunity to pave a way for herself and blaze a trail for others.
By Shawna Ryan, T-Mobile Stories
Ask Edwige Robinson what gave her the grit to embark on a courageous career path in a field where she had no mentors and no clear path to success, and her answer may surprise you.
“I love this question because it will help many people — you see, I stumbled into the tech realm a couple of decades ago.”
As a part of Engineers Week, Rockwell Automation and Cedar Point launched a series of five youth-focused videos called, “It’s Not Magic, It’s Science!” The first video featuring attractions at Cedar Point, a 364-acre amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, launched on social media this week.
Hosted by STEM influencer Jay Flores, the videos share real-life examples of science, technology, engineering and math in action. Each video includes three parts: an experiment, an explanation of the science behind the experiment, and an application of the same concept in a park attraction.
These are the subjects that keep the world turning. But STEM goes beyond classroom subjects or careers. It's a way of thinking about the world.
Fuel a cultural shift around STEM teaching and learning by integrating innovative (and no-cost!) digital content into the classroom anytime and anywhere with a diverse array of resources from Discovery Education and industry leading partners.
Leading with Science in the water sector to encourage and inspire the next generation of engineers
Rod Cashe is a civil engineering discipline lead and senior project manager with Tetra Tech. He leads teams of engineers and other technical staff in various offices in Florida, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Rod’s more than 30 years of experience includes civil and site engineering projects for various public and private facilities. He has provided stormwater management planning, engineering design, and hydrologic and hydraulic modeling for citywide infrastructure and regional stormwater management facilities.
The project in ZJG applied ECOGROUND™ technologies from the Dow Construction Chemicals business to the running track, basketball and badminton court in Baiyun School, and a waterborne based coating from the Dow Coating Materials business to the exterior wall of Zhongxing School.
By the time Aaliyah Brown was 10 years old, she knew she wanted to be an engineer. She saw engineers described as people who can make things work and make things better, and she was hooked.
“I really liked the idea of potentially having influence over multiple things,” Brown shared in an interview with Phenomenal Women Magazine. “What made me stick with it as I learned more was my passion to improve the world around us.”
How do we rebuild the energy and momentum of the youth-led climate movement in 2019? Educate girls around the world and empower them. Give them inspiration and possibilities.
Supporting girls' education is one of the most powerful things we can do to solve climate change, says Christina Lowery, CEO of Girl Rising, an organization dedicated to changing the way the world values girls and their education.
“Stem subjects are a versatile preparation for almost any job – they open doors because they demonstrate not just the subject matter but an intellectual rigour in how you think and learn. They are the key to an exciting future!”
In celebration of Women In Science Day, Alison Pain shares more about her role at Northern Trust as chief technology officer, EMEA, and the importance of encouraging women and girls into careers in STEM.
Funds will address surging demand for telehealth during and after the pandemic
ATLANTA, February 16, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) today announced it has received a $1.1 million grant from Truist Foundation to expand the institution’s telehealth services that experienced a 700 percent increase in demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.