Diversity Partnership News

Eric Garcia Appointed as Revenue Chief

Spanish Broadcasting System has appointed Eric Garcia as revenue chief of the radio division while continuing as general manager of SBS New York radio station operations.

Gutierrez Wins MAES Experto Tenico Award

Ball Aerospace's Homero Gutierrez won the 2014 MAES Experto Tecnico Award.

New Jersey Growing More Diverse

A generation from now, nearly one out of every four New Jersey residents will be Hispanic, according to an analysis of demographic data by USA Today.

Paniagua Wins Grand Prize in Young Artists Program

Latina sculptor and heart transplant survivor Gianna Paniagua has won the grand prize in the Kennedy Center's 2014 VSA Emerging Young Artists Program.

Microsoft Launches Diversity Training Effort

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has sent a memo to staff saying all employees will receive expanded training on how to foster an inclusive culture.

República Launches New .SOY Website

The agency expresses its identity with new website leveraging new culturally relevant .soy domain.

MBA Student Earns Hispanic Chamber Scholarship

A University of Iowa graduate student was awarded a $10,000 scholarship.

California Leader Preps for Expensive Swearing-in

The first Hispanic to head the California Senate in more than 130 years will celebrate his new post with pomp and a party.

República Nabs HPRA Campaign of the Year Award

República was recognized by the Hispanic Public Relations Association and presented with a 2014 National ¡BRAVO! Award for a Goya Foods campaign.

Fuentes Makes VP at New American Funding

New American Funding has promoted Frank Fuentes to vice president of multicultural community lending.

Despite Tech Degree, Minorities Not Hired

Top universities turn out black and Hispanic computer science and computer engineering graduates at twice the rate that leading technology companies hire them, a USA TODAY analysis shows.

Silicon Valley Making Hispanic Connection

Mario Garcia came to Damaris Antonio's tiny apartment bearing gifts most families in Silicon Valley have come to take for granted: a personal computer, Internet service and a secret password to a better life.

SHPE Presents STARs for STEM Work

SHPE named Johnson & Johnson and the U.S. Army as 2014 STAR Award winners for their STEM contributions.

Hispanic Nonprofit Receives Major Grants

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and other groups invest in Excelencia in Education for Hispanics.

Lieblein Named STEM Engineer of the Year

Grace Lieblein, GM vice president, has become the second woman engineer to receive HENAAC's highest accolade.

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