Sponsorship Of Women Drives Innovation And Improves Organizational Performance

Attracting, developing and retaining talent are some of the biggest challenges facing the technology industries, and this is especially true in the semiconductor industry, where the talent gap is widely acknowledged to be growing. Women are under-represented in the workforce of these industries, pointing to a significant opportunity to address these talent challenges. Seeking ways to engage and... » read more

A Tipping Point For Women In Semiconductors

Yesterday was International Women’s Day, which for some people was a day of protest and action to raise awareness of issues that women face around the world. The day was more than just a feel-good Google doodle that blipped across our screens on Sunday: women were out in the streets getting arrested, tear gassed, and sprayed with water hoses. In some countries, the risk of openly walking with... » read more

Telle Whitney Receives IEEE Honorary Membership

On May 17 Telle Whitney received the 2019 IEEE Honorary Membership at the 2019 IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit (IEEE VIC Summit) in San Diego for leadership in supporting and promoting women in technology, and for building a highly impactful global organization dedicated to this purpose. Sponsored by IEEE, the grade of Honorary Member is a significant honor bestowed by IEEE a... » read more

Elementary Not Too Early To Encourage Girls In Math And Science

Dr. Diana Marculescu, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University is this year’s recipient of the Marie R. Pistilli Women in Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Achievement Award, which honors Dr. Marculescu for her leadership and for providing a role model to women in engineering through both her research and her teaching. Semiconductor Engineering spoke wit... » read more