Rockwell Automation's LGBTQ+ Employees and Allies Celebrate Pride Month

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Rockwell Automation’s ROKout employee resource group has been offering a networking and support resource for LGBTQ+ employees and allies since 2013. The group has been instrumental in making sure terminology like sexual orientation and gender identity is recognized in Rockwell Automation’s non-discrimination policies, with healthcare-based policies that ensure trans people have the healthcare support they need, and same-sex benefits policies that come with U.S. marriage laws.

Rockwell Automation Webinar Offers Practical Sustainability Tactics for Industrial Manufacturers


Rockwell Automation this week released a free webinar to explore what manufacturing leaders in different industries are doing to improve sustainability practices.

Rockwell Automation Employees Describe Why Company Culture Matters

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Rockwell Automation asked its employees from around the globe what their ideal company culture is and what they like best about Rockwell Automation’s culture. In this video, employees describe a company that “walks the talk,” values and includes all voices, and feels truly global.

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Mini Roller Coaster Taps Rockwell Technology Used in Real Rides


A student-designed roller coaster on display at Cleveland’s Great Lakes Science Center contains the same Rockwell Automation technologies used in the real thing.

University of Cincinnati engineering graduate Jared Holladay spent two years building “Project Infinity,” the 3D-printed working roller coaster, for his senior design project.

Rockwell Automation's Academy of Advanced Manufacturing Gives Veterans New Opportunities


In 2017, Rockwell Automation and ManpowerGroup developed the Academy of Advanced Manufacturing – a joint initiative to help U.S. military veterans from across the country receive the training they need to succeed in advanced manufacturing roles. The 12-week program rapidly upskills veterans for high-demand, technology-based roles. To date, more than 225 graduates from this program have been placed in manufacturing roles. 

Rockwell Automation Donates $125,000 to Support YWCA Southeast Wisconsin's Racial Justice Programming


YWCA Southeast Wisconsin announced that Rockwell Automation is donating $125,000 to strengthen its prominent racial justice programs and key events.

The donation builds on Rockwell’s longstanding commitment to support the organization’s mission to eliminate racism and empower women. It includes YWCA SEW’s powerful community course, Unlearning Racism: Tools for Action©, and its annual capstone event, An Evening to Promote Racial Justice, which focuses on the impact of racism on culture and community. 

Rockwell Automation Plays a Key Role in ARMI's Development of Replacement Tissues and Organs


Rockwell Automation’s efforts to integrate biomanufacturing science with production techniques are helping to transform regenerative medicine, using smart automation to help to mass produce safe and reliable biological products such as human tissues, skin, cartilage, and replacement organs.

Rockwell Automation Demonstrates the Power Behind Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster Roller Coaster


What does a baking soda and vinegar explosion have to do with activating a roller coaster?  Through a partnership with Rockwell Automation, STEM Influencer Jay Flores shows how a similar force is used to propel the popular ride, Top Thrill Dragster, at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Ohio.

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Rockwell Automation Named to Forbes Best Employers for Diversity 2021 List

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May 18, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Rockwell Automation announced today it was recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers for Diversity 2021. Rockwell ranked 356 out of 500 companies to earn this prestigious award.  

Rockwell Automation's Dawn Cappelli Partners With FBI to Teach Families About Internet Safety


Rockwell Automation Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer Dawn Cappelli is teaming up with the FBI to promote and deliver free safety webinars for families on June 4 and 11.

“So many of us are quick to embrace the latest technologies that it can be shocking to discover who’s really ‘behind the curtain’ accessing our data – especially on the devices our kids and grandchildren have access to,” said Cappelli. “It may not be who you think.”


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