STEM Education & Girls – How Dell Is Bridging the Gap

If someone tried to tell girls that they do not belong in the computing industry, they would be rightfully offended. However, according to the American Association of University Women (AAUW), women only make up 12 percent of engineers and the number of women in computing is steadily dropping. The U.S. … READ MORE

Jeremy Ford August 16, 2016

Doing the Work to Build a Legacy of Good

This past year was one of significant milestones for both Dell and the world at large with the setting of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement to stem greenhouse gas emissions. As the world evolves, we took stock of our overall corporate responsibility strategy. Are we driving … READ MORE

Trisa Thompson June 20, 2016

Dell Services Joins Robin Hood in Concrete Sherwood Forest

Batman has long-patrolled Gotham, and Superman Metropolis, but the present and future vigilante to claim the streets of NYC is Robin Hood. The Robin Hood of English folklore robbed from the rich to give to the poor as the greedy Prince John overtaxed King Richard’s kingdom. But the Robin Hood … READ MORE

Anka J May 10, 2016

Dell Awarded 2016 Texas Environmental Excellence “Pollution Prevention” Award

Trucost estimates an environmental cost savings to society of $700 million per year if the entire computer manufacturing industry switched to closed-loop recycled plastic. That’s just one reason we’re honored that the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) recently recognized our work pioneering a circular economy for IT that designs … READ MORE

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle… and Dance?

“Everyone Matters.” It’s painted on the wall inside the Goodwill® Central Texas Resource Center—above 125,000 square feet of second-hand goods and distribution machinery. This is where each of the 150 employees at the Resource Center made recycling over 7,500 tons of material possible last year. In 2015, they also helped … READ MORE

Sarah G April 14, 2016

Adrian Grenier and Dell Work to Create a Legacy of Good

Back in 2013, we launched the Dell 2020 Legacy of Good Plan, which summarizes Dell’s strategy for bringing sustainability and business objectives together with solutions that benefit the environment and our customers. A big part of what we’re trying to do is to show what’s possible when businesses commit to … READ MORE

Trisa Thompson March 15, 2016

Celebrating STEM Careers on International Women’s Day

Careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) used to carry a “geeky” stigma. Now, STEM is part of our everyday experiences and with employment in these fields growing at a faster rate than non-STEM employment, an understanding of STEM principles is becoming increasingly useful.   Today’s STEM team members … READ MORE

Marie Moynihan March 8, 2016

The Digital Cookie You Want to Track

Yesterday, I got an email alerting me that it was almost time for me to start one of my other jobs – Girl Scout troop “cookie booth” coordinator. It will be my eighth year playing a part in this almost-100-year-old tradition of selling cookies to finance troop activities. This year, … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse December 8, 2015

Why the Climate Talks in Paris Matter to Dell

Right now, the world’s nations are gathered in Paris to hopefully hammer out the last details of a climate accord. They do so with a tremendous amount of support from the business community. That support is significant because there is a perception that businesses – American corporations in particular – … READ MORE

John Pflueger December 4, 2015
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