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Intel @ NSBE40

NSBE's 40th Annual Convention

Engineering and Leadership in Harmony

 

March 26-30, 2014  |  Nashville, TN  |  @NSBEConvention #NSBE40  |  @jobsatintel

 

Founded in 1975, the National Society of Black Engineers includes more than 394 College, Pre-College, and Technical Professional/Alumni chapters in the United States and abroad. NSBE’s mission is "to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community."  NSBE’s national convention draws over 7,000 collegiate and graduate students as well as professionals, corporate representatives and thought leaders in diversity and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (S.T.E.M.).

 

Intel has been a proud sponsor of NSBE and member of their Board of Corporate Affiliates since 1998. NSBE is Intel’s #1 partner in sustaining our corporate leadership and visibility in the African American technical community and growing the number of African American students within the S.T.E.M. talent pipeline.

 

Convention Presence:

  • Full career floor presence
  • 1 Intel luncheon
  • 1 co-sponsored technical event (Hack-a-thon)
  • 3 technical workshops
  • 2 pre-college initiatives powered by Intel 

 

Intel Event Schedule Thursday March 27th

CAREER FAIR

11:00am - 5:00pm

Room: Ryman Exhibit Hall C1 – C2

Visit Intel’s booth (#611) to speak with representatives about career opportunities. 

Why Big Data Matters - Powered by Intel                                 

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Track: Technical Skills

Audience : Collegiate

Room: Jackson C

 

 

Big data is expanding the possibilities of how today’s engineers can solve the world’s most complex business problems. Intel’s Lisa Neal-Graves Esq. will lead a discussion about why big data affects every NSBE engineer and highlight the diverse careers within data analytics at Intel.

 

Moderator

Panelists

  • James Bland, IP Product Manager
  • Dr. Femi Oluwafemi, Sr Analog Engineer
  • Darnika Riley, Systems Analyst
  • Dr. Anishka Turner-Barnes, Analog Engineer

 

Wearables and the Internet of Things -Powered by Intel

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Track: Technical Skills

Audience : Collegiate

Room: Bayou A

 

 

Wearable technology is the next breakthrough in innovation creating unique and seamless experiences for users. Intel’s VP of Software and Services will share Intel’s strategy to build a more connected world and will share how you can enter in Intel’s MAKE IT WEARABLE global challenge and change the world.

 

Moderator

  • Michael Greene, Vice President, Software and Services Group; General Manager, System Technologies and Optimization

Panelists

  • Torrey Frank, Package Design Lead
  • Dr. Delia Grenville, Program Manager
  • Vimbai Mhungu-Business Ops Manager / Product marketing Engineer
  • Kofi Whitney, Research Scientist

 

Intel Event Schedule Friday March 28th

Black Girls Code at NSBE Powered By Intel

9:00am - 4:00pm

Room: TBD

 

Black Girls Code Staff, Intel and NSBE volunteers will guide up to 200 NSBE Pre College Initiative students through BGC’s ‘BETA Game Development’ curriculum.

CAREER FAIR

11:00am - 5:00pm

Room: Ryman Exhibit Hall C1 – C2

Visit Intel’s booth (#611) to speak with representatives about career opportunities. 

NSBE ITTT and WISE SIG: Women in Technology Power Lunch Powered by Intel - Invitation Only 

11:30am - 1:00 pm

 

You believe the world needs more women in technology.  We couldn’t agree more!  Intel Corporation is a world leader in computing innovation.  Don’t miss this opportunity to Look Inside™ and discover that there’s more inside Intel than you ever imagined.

Register here!

NSBE Hack-a-thon Powered by Google and Supported by Life Technologies, Thought Works and Intel

Friday, March 28, 2014 2:00pm - Saturday, March 29, 2014 2:00pm

 

Whether you've participated in hacks before or none at all, this is your opportunity to bring a new and innovative idea to life by building a working prototype alongside your peers and industry professionals. There will be food, snacks, and caffeine to keep you energized throughout the night. Not to mention an opportunity to network with our sponsors and compete for many awesome prizes for the best ideas!

Register here!

 

Intel Judges

  • Damola Omotosho, Software Engineer
  • Michael Smith, Director of the Intel Academic Program

 

Intel Event Schedule Saturday March 29th

Black Girls Code  ‘BETA Game Development’  at NSBE Powered By Intel

9:00am - 4:00pm

Room: TBD

Black Girls Code Staff, Intel and NSBE volunteers will guide up to 200 NSBE Pre College Initiative students through BGC’s ‘BETA Game Development’ curriculum.

Africa: The Next Mobility Frontier Powered by Intel

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Track: Technical Skills

Audience : Collegiate

Room: Governor’s Chamber D

 

Africa is home to 1 billion people and seven of the top 10 fastest-growing country economies in the world. Intel invites NSBE engineers who are passionate about economic development in Africa for a discussion on the role mobile phones will play in building infrastructure and technical talent in the continent.

 

Moderator

  • Marne Dunn, Digital Literacy Strategic Program Manager

Panelists

  • Patricia Mwove, Commodity Manager and Intel for Change Ambassador
  • Vimbai Mhungu-Business Ops Manager / Product marketing Engineer
  • Pearl Olanrewaju, Software Engineer
  • Michael Smith, Director of the Intel Academic Program

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