Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini introduces STAY WITH IT and talks about the need for engineers to create "something yet to be imagined."
Former Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini introduces the Stay With It™ initiative, which aims to reduce the engineering shortage by improving the retention rate of science and engineering students through a network of peer and mentor support.Full View >
With Intel® processor-based Chromebooks* in the classroom, students spend less time waiting and teachers have more time to teach.
Students spend less time waiting and more time learning with Chromebooks* in the classroom powered by Intel® processors, leaving teachers with more time to teach.
Four IT managers discuss virtual desktop management models for four industries: financial services, education, healthcare, and general office.
Intel Education team trained 125 girls in Dhaka and Pabna and 450 rural kids on Intel-powered classmate PCs, using technology to inspire learning.
Video demo: comments by elementary students and others on how learning is faster and deeper by using the Intel classmate PC.
Intel travels the world to create sustainable sourcing solutions, improve lives in those geographies, and establish verified conflict-free products.
Neil Tunmore discusses the commitment to sustainability and conservation that helped Intel receive the 2013 Ray Anderson Radical Industrialism Award.
Intel’s Neil Tunmore discusses the commitment to sustainability, energy efficiency, and conservation, including LEED certification and solar power, at Intel sites that helped Intel receive the 2013 Ray Anderson Radical Industrialism Award.Full View >
Intel’s Brian Krzanich, Enough Project director Sasha Lezhnev, and actor Robin Wright discuss the quest for conflict-free technology at CES 2014.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, Enough Project policy director Sasha Lezhnev, and actor and activist Robin Wright discuss the quest for conflict-free technology at CES 2014, calling upon the electronics industry to join the cause.Full View >
Students engage in project-based learning, using Intel® technology-based tablets and notebooks to explore and learn about bridges.