We all know technology has changed how and where we work. Yesterday, I saw a wonderful example of how technology can radically enable and expand a classroom. I attended the launch of the Center of Excellence for Learning at the Science Leadership Academy (SLA) in Philadelphia, which will … READ MORE
A vaccine that doesn’t require refrigeration, expanding its reach to potentially millions more rural people. A clean sanitation system that could actually create energy and raise revenue for Indian villages. A streamlined distribution network that works directly with mom-and-pop shops in the developing world to get technology in … READ MORE
Technology can play a crucial role in a child’s fight against cancer. This week, Dell announced two new nonprofit partners in our children’s cancer care program — both using technology to make their patients’ treatment a little easier to manage. In Panama, we are working with Fundacion Amigos … READ MORE
As leader of Dell’s global giving efforts, I see the many ways our team members, technology and funding help bring the dreams of others to life. We support nonprofits in countries around the world: bringing technology access to students, supporting young social entrepreneurs, accelerating cancer treatment for children, … READ MORE
What it takes to win the Dell Social Innovation Competition. Wisdom from past winner, Emma Clippinger.
The Dell Social Innovation Competition Finals are set for Monday, May 16, and finalists are busy polishing their presentations, hoping to gain that special edge to win over the judges and capture the $50,000 first prize. 2009 winner Emma Clippinger, Executive Director of Gardens for Health Intl, discusses … READ MORE
The digital divide is an issue that has been debated extensively over the years, and it remains a critical problem in both developed and developing countries. Today, more than 70 percent of the world is still not connected. While most experts agree that delivering widespread technology access remains … READ MORE