ECEDHA Corporate Membership Directory

Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments
www.ti.com/university 


Texas Instruments' Commitment to Universities

Established in 1982, the TI University Program is a global program dedicated to supporting educators, researchers and students in facilitating the inclusion of TI analog and embedded processing in engineering classrooms, teaching and research labs, textbooks, design projects and course curricula.

By building relationships with educators, TI works to bridge the gap between the business and academic world. Incorporating TI technology into curriculum provides educators with the ability to teach real world concepts and complement this with a unique hands-on learning experience utilizing TI tools, making it more exciting, relevant and valuable to the student.

Working with TI increases the knowledge base of future engineers so they interact with industry-standard technology before they graduate. TI helps develop the skills needed to tackle tomorrow's most challenging problems. By providing students access to the largest and most advanced analog and embedded processing portfolio, the TI University Program provides the tools necessary to inspire innovation and take engineering concepts from the book to the breadboard.

  • Today, the TI University Program works with more than 350,000 students annually.
  • Over 4,000 teaching labs utilizing TI technology have been established.
  • The TI University Program runs multiple annual design contests in various regions of the world, reaching over 35,000 students each year.
  • TI technology is present in 350 textbooks and 10 languages, worldwide.
TI is happy to have a Corporate Advisory Council member to work with ECEDHA and collaborate around the technologies and trends that impact ECE education today.


ECEDHA Corporate Advisory Council Member

Doug Phillips
Director, University Marketing
Texas Instruments


Corporate Profile

Texas Instruments semiconductor innovations help 90,000 customers unlock the possibilities of the world as it could be - smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more fun. The TI University Program offers educators discounted tools, free ICs, and lab donations to support the integration of TI technology into teaching labs. Our advanced analog and embedded processing technologies fuel the passions of students and educators in more than 4,000 universities worldwide. Discover how the TI University Program can help you push the boundaries and explore new horizons. www.ti.com/university  


Texas Instruments Executives


  Steve Lyle
Director, Workforce Development
Chief Diversity Officer


Steve Lyle is the director of workforce development and is the Chief Diversity Officer for Texas Instruments. Steve's responsibilities include overall worldwide university collaboration (among recruiting, research and marketing activities) as well as the various diversity and inclusive initiatives across the company. He also serves on the Texas Instruments PAC Board of Directors. He holds double degrees from Western Kentucky University in information technology and office administration and is a graduate of the Human Resource Strategic Leadership course at the University of Michigan and the Strategic Negotiations course at Harvard.

Steve has had a long history of working with universities having served on Texas Tech University's (TTU) Management Information Science (MIS) Advisory Board, having served as a faculty affiliate in TTU's College of Business, as a member of the Southern Methodist University (SMU) Career Development Advisory Board, and as staffing director for TI working with a host of universities.

Steve is a US Army veteran and received the Bronze Star during the first Gulf War.



 
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