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Neustar Weekly Reading: Mobile World Congress; UltraViolet; STEM Education

Neustar’s Weekly Reading provides a roundup of the headlines that got our attention this week–from both inside the company and out. Join us at Mobile World Congress – Product demos and seminars to help you explore how real intelligence can enable you to make better decisions. One Million UltraViolet Copies Redeemed – Consumers purchasing new […]

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Neustar Weekly Reading: STEM Education; gTLDs; IP Geolocation Explained

Neustar’s Weekly Reading provides a roundup of the headlines that got our attention this week–from both inside the company and out. STEM Prepares Students for College and Beyond – North Carolina public schools transition to a more explicit focus on the science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM courses. ICANN Reaffirms 2nd Round in New […]

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Virginia Leaders Stress Student Readiness

STEM: Virginia Leaders Stress Student Readiness

Today, in an opinion piece in the Roanoke Times entitled “Online partnership points to future success,” Governor Robert F. McDonnell and U.S. Senator Mark Warner called for creative public-private partnerships to help prepare Virginia students for jobs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They pressed the need for bridging the digital knowledge divide to […]

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STEMming America's Education Decline

STEMming America’s Innovation Decline

At Neustar, we like to say that we are the technology behind the technology that many of us use today. But what about the people behind the technology – the individuals who drive innovation at Neustar and keep our company growing in an increasingly competitive economy? These team members, made up of engineers, programmers, and […]

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Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2011

Grace Hopper Celebration: The Business Case for Diversity on Technical Teams

We spent a great week in Portland, Oregon, where over 2,900 attendees representing 34 different countries gathered at the Grace Hopper Celebration to honor women in computing.  Researchers presented their current work, while special sessions focused on the role of women in today’s technology fields, including computer science, information technology, research and engineering. Colleagues from […]

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Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2011

Diversity of Talent Spawns Innovation

Last year, the Wall Street Journal wrote an article advising executives on how to foster innovation within their companies. They found that the best ideas weren’t discovered during late nights at the grind stone, but instead through empowering employees and finding the right diversity of talent. I firmly believe in the importance of diversity of […]

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