Tag: women in STEM

Andrea, Anna, Csilla and May are Committed to Integrity

The Manufacturing Institute’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Production (STEP) Ahead program was created to showcase women who are positively impacting the manufacturing industry. Women are nominated for their continuous dedication to improving the manufacturing field, inspiring others and leading… Read More

2017 Deliver Best Practices Continues to Make Strides for Jabil Joules

  Jabil’s ninth annual global continuous improvement competition, Deliver Best Practices, has concluded and what an outstanding year it has been — a record-setting 1,709 projects were submitted — clearly demonstrating how ingenuity is a part of Jabil’s… Read More

From the Web: Diversity in STEM – Important for Society, Good for Business

Dr. Patty Lopez, a first-generation college student and owner of seven technical patents, was interviewed by Carol J. Carter, HuffPost Contributor, on how diversity in STEM is important for society and good for business, saying the more diverse the workforce, the more ways a… Read More

From the Web: Ishrain Hussain Crashes Through Cultural, Professional Barriers

Original story posted on USF Business News  Ishrain Hussain, Business Systems Analyst at Jabil Penang and recent alumni of the University of South Florida, shared her multi-cultural pursuit to Jabil with Keith Morelli, Communications and Marketing Officer for Muma College of Business. She describes being the first… Read More

From Around the Web: Hidden Figures Inspires New State Department Program

Photo via 20th Century Fox, Hidden Figures   Since the release of the 2016 film, Hidden Figures, awareness of women in STEM has been on the rise. Based on a true story, it details the lives of three African-American females who were part of NASA’s human “computers” team in the… Read More