Meet Dr. Marta Karczewicz, the Qualcomm Inventor Who Helped Make It Possible to Stream, Share, and Communicate Over Video


Welcome to Qualcomm Invents. In this series, we’re talking with some of Qualcomm’s most prolific inventors about their work, the impact of their inventions, and their inspiration.


Welcome to Qualcomm Invents. In this series, we’re talking with some of Qualcomm’s most prolific inventors about their work, the impact of their inventions, and their inspiration.

Building a Pipeline of Diverse Talent at Qualcomm


We are committed to continuously building a pipeline of diverse talent.

Qualcomm actively seeks and recruits diverse candidates for positions at the company. Diverse teams, built around different perspectives, experiences and skill sets, fuel creativity and innovation. We’re developing leaders and shaping future talent pools to help us meet the needs of our diverse customers worldwide. This means we’re taking a broad approach to finding diverse candidates.


How to Empower the Next, Diverse Generation of Inventors

By Janell N. Catlin and Vicki Mealer-Burke

For those who cultivate innovation and invention, it is our responsibility to provide opportunity for those historically marginalized. Our society must take the harsh realizations uncovered by the pandemic and use them to fuel ambition and drive, to ensure access and opportunity for every student.

How Is 5G Different Than 4G?


An epic shift in connectivity

The fifth generation of wireless will redefine and expand the ways we connect with each other, our devices, and the world around us. 5G will create a universal fabric of connectivity that weaves everyone and everything together like never before.

Bridging the STEM Knowledge Gap Caused by COVID-19


Distance learning has been difficult for many students, families and teachers. Educators have done their best to meet today's virtual learning demands, including the increased STEM exploration opportunities for K-12 students.

Qualcomm Announced as Theme Sponsor of FIRST's Robotics 2021-2022 Season: FIRST FORWARD


Today, Qualcomm has been announced as theme sponsor of FIRST 2021-2022 robotics season: FIRST FORWARD. This year’s theme celebrates the future of transportation and inspires youth around the world to explore what’s possible with technology.

Transportation drives us forward – impacting economies, bridging cultures, and making us all more globally interconnected. FIRST FORWARD presented by Qualcomm, gives youth participants the power to reimagine a path forward and invent the future of transportation.

Qualcomm Named to 100 Best Corporate Citizens of 2021

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May 18, 2021 /3BL Media/ - 3BL Media has named Qualcomm (QCOM) to its annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens ranking, recognizing outstanding environmental, social and governance (ESG) transparency and performance among the 1,000 largest, U.S. public companies. This year, Qualcomm ranked #2 in the Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment industry, and #28 overall.

Leveraging Our Employees as STEM Ambassadors in Our Communities


Leveraging our employees as STEM ambassadors in our communities.

Our employees are our greatest STEM ambassadors. They are passionate about STEM and embrace opportunities to inspire students toward a future in STEM fields. We engage our people in this effort by offering a variety of STEM-related volunteering opportunities around the globe.

A Conversation About the Power of STEM Education With Joy Cho

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Our strategic collaboration with FIRST.
Our Company has proudly supported FIRST (For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) since 2006. As a FIRST Strategic Partner, we help promote the FIRST mission to a broad audience of stakeholders, and our support is wide-ranging. We make substantial philanthropic contributions to sponsor events and programs in nine countries, support thousands of teams across the globe and aid in program growth for underserved communities.

Enhancing Safety on Ann Arbor Streets With C-V2X

Qualcomm Technologies is supporting UMTRI with its Smart Intersection project to demonstrate improved automotive and pedestrian safety using C-V2X technology.

The original testbed for validating improved safety with connected vehicles, UMTRI, is bringing Ann Arbor to the next level with the Smart Intersection project. The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has announced a $9.9M award that will be matched by the project participants, including Qualcomm.  In this project UMTRI is deploying a network of more than 20 smart intersections throughout the city and a fleet of vehicles that communicate via Cellular-to-Everything (C-V2X) communications technology. 


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