Lunula Health Awarded Cisco Global Problem Solver Prize at 2018 Rice Business Plan Competition
Cisco awarded its $100,000 Global Problem Solver Prize to Lunula Health at the 17th annual competition.
Cyberheroes: An Opportunity We Can’t Afford to Ignore
Cisco Networking Academy expands its offerings to bridge the cybersecurity workforce gap.
Cisco and CARE Invest in Tomorrow’s Global Problem Solvers
As part of CARE’s ScaleX Design Accelerator, Cisco awarded $50,000 to CARE India’s Teaching Resource Labs (TRL) to help build teachers’ capacities in STEM and to build engaging, hands-on learning.
Cisco Networking Academy in a New Era
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, tomorrow’s technology landscape, and the future of education are driving Cisco to transform both the learning portfolio strategy and platform strategy of the Cisco Networking Academy.
Why the World Urgently Needs Global Problem Solvers
Created in 1947, the Doomsday Clock is an internationally recognized concept that conveys the impact of dangerous technologies on our society. Each year, scientists assess these threats and adjust the clock accordingly, moving the minute hand closer or further to midnight. Originally set to seven minutes before midnight, the clock is now closer than it […]
Challenging the Next Generation of STEM Professionals
Yesterday, Cisco and Junior Achievement of Northern California hosted Cisco’s inaugural Social Innovation Challenge on our San Jose campus. Fifty high school students from nearby Independence High School and Sequoia High School worked together in small groups to create and pitch ways to connect the unconnected. I watched as excited students presented ideas to improve […]
5 Keys To Creating A Lasting Impact Through Collaboration
This blog was originally posted on the Huffington Post. Many of the problems we face today are so large and widespread, no one organization or agency can solve them alone. Yet, individuals and local organizations work toward solutions every day. At Cisco, we believe that social entrepreneurs with common goals can work better when they […]
Can Technology Bring Authenticity to Learning?
This post originally appeared on Huffington Post ImpactX. Last week I wrote about collaboration for the Skoll World Forum for Social Entrepreneurship — specifically about how, despite the prevalence of technology, human interactions and relationships are at the heart of successful collaboration. In that post, I said technology enables collaboration and innovation to happen on a global scale. […]