More than a billion students across the globe are being confronted with the new reality of remote learning; many of whom were left behind, without the adequate digital tools and means to connect to their classrooms.
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed society in profound ways, often exacerbating social and economic inequalities. Deutsche Bank's CSR team has recognized this relevancy and has launched various support mechanisms for a global recovery project.
A professor asked me the other day why he should refresh his undergraduate electrical teaching laboratory. My immediate thought was, why not? Electrical engineering, after all, is at the heart of just about every technology revolution
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.
Considering the significant role that technology and the internet plays for many individuals, it may be a surprise that there are still over three billion individuals worldwide without reliable access to technology or the internet.
Racial equality, politics, and sexism aren’t topics Laura Livingston, a Houston-based university program administrator, often discussed with her parents when she was growing up in the 1980s. “Many of my questions went unanswered,” Livingston says.
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