Dr. Russ Tuck, professor of computer science, explores the intersection of faith and technology.
Frank Jimenez describes himself as a failure. It’s not the word anyone expected to hear from Jimenez, who is vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Raytheon Company. Reflecting on his youthful ambitions of becoming a physician,… Read More
“Every one of us needs to become technologically capable regardless of the field that you’re participating in,” said Pat Gelsinger at a Work Ahead: Ready for 2030 event. “So the idea of lifelong education and re-education becomes the central thesis of what the next several decades of work will look like.”
For engineering manager and church elder Tim Ells ’78, psychology training and faith foundation offer a rare lens to see the humanity in a world of rapidly advancing technology. “Computers are the tools, but I need to be able to understand my customers . . . my team.”
Question he’s most often asked: “Have you abandoned the Red Sox and become a Yankees fan?” Answer: “O ye of little faith.” As the chief information officer for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, Theo Nicolakis is responsible… Read More