Siemens and the University of Central Florida have been academic partners for more than 30 years. We’ve worked on more than $10 million worth of research and development together in the past 20 years. Our partnership includes an on-campus Data Analytics Lab, a Center of Innovation for Diagnostics & Prognostics, and the Siemens Energy Center, which cutting-edge emerging energy solutions are developed.
An annual event, open to public middle and high-schoolers in the greater Chicago area, to educate and encourage girls to enter engineering. Siemens engineers speak on their education/careers to give the girls an in-depth look at what an engineering career could be. The event also includes engaging technical projects and a facility tour. This event has hosted nearly 1,500 young women since 2005.
Pledging to become carbon-neutral by 2030, Siemens has launched numerous energy efficiency programs, leveraging distributed-energy systems, reducing fleet emissions and purchasing clean energy—all to reduce our own carbon footprint. In 2018, Siemens was ranked #1 in its industry on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and appeared on Corporate Knights' 2018 and 2019 lists of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations. Additionally, Siemens is taking a leadership role in the sustainability arena, participating in a variety of industry events, including Climate Week.
Siemens is a richly multicultural organization with diversity practices built on awarenesss and respect for local histories, cultures and needs. Key highlights:
The Siemens Foundation has invested more than $115 million in the U.S. to advance workforce development and education initiatives in science, technology, engineering and math.
Our mission is inspired by the culture of innovation, research and continuous learning at the heart of all Siemens’ companies.
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