• TI names 23 Junkins National Merit Scholarship® winners

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    Twenty-three top students from across the U.S. joined an elite group of scholars when they were named as recipients of the 2015 Jerry R. Junkins Memorial National Merit Scholarships® at a luncheon recently at the Dallas Arboretum.

    The scholarships, named in honor of TI’s late chairman, president and CEO Jerry Junkins, are awarded to sons or daughters of active, retired or deceased…

  • Citizenship begins with each of us

    At TI, each of us is responsible for corporate citizenship.

    Whether we're leading teams in designing and manufacturing innovative products that have a positive impact on society or engaging employees in making our communities great places to live and work, we set the tone and direction for the company in ways that go beyond the bottom line.  

    Customers, investors, educators, potential employees and other stakeholders…

  • TI Foundation accelerates STEM to benefit Lancaster students

    The Texas Instruments (TI) Foundation recently announced a grant of up to $2.2 million to Educate Texas to accelerate the development of a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) district in the Lancaster Independent School District (LISD).  The school district which is south of Dallas mostly serves African American and Hispanic students (approximately 96 percent), groups who traditionally have been underrepresented…

  • TIers pedaled their way worldwide on Bike to Work Day

    Hundreds of TI employees around the world pedaled together for Bike to Work Day on May 15th. 

    Please read an article from the Bangalore Mirror about TI employees there who communted by bike, including TI India's managing director. 

    Many employees who participate in Bike to Work Day continue their new commuting habits throughout the year, according to Lanie Williams, TI Worldwide Facilities communications.

    In case you missed…

  • TI ranks 17th on list of 100 Best Corporate Citizens

     TI has been recognized as among the world's 100 best corporate citizens by Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine, ranking 17th on the magazine's 16th-annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List.

    This is the 13th time the company has received the honor and one of the highest positions that TI has received on the list, up from 31st last year.

    "This recognition stems from the ways TI employees put our company’s core…

  • 2015 TI Founders volunteer awards recognize 12 employees and three teams

    What will you find some of TI’s most outstanding volunteers doing?

    • Painting over graffiti at 2 a.m.?
    • Demonstrating the “magic” of electronics?
    • Directing traffic during a parade?
    • Speaking to female and minority students about STEM skills and engineering careers?
    • All of the above and more!

     For the sixth consecutive year, Texas Instruments (TI) has named employee volunteers to receive TI Founders Community…

  • TI joins US2020 to help mobilize 1 million STEM mentors by 2020

    One million STEM mentors annually by the year 2020 is a goal that gives us both pause and hope: 

    • Pause because the need is so great.  The United States is projected to add 1 million new STEM jobs between 2012 and 2022, making increased student interest and achievement in STEM subjects imperative.
    • Hope because so many people with corporations, nonprofits and education understand the need and are committing to take action…
  • As TI has transformed through the years, core values have remained constant

    As a second-generation TIer, I’ve seen our company re-engineer itself time and time again as our innovators’ creations have literally transformed the world we live in. 

    But one thing has remained constant from the beginning: the core values on which our company was founded. Integrity, innovation and commitment lie at the very heart of who we are as a business. 

    In fact, our devotion to innovation is the very…

  • TI India quiz sparks passion for science with students

    “Science is fun. Science is curiosity. We all have natural curiosity. Science is a process of investigating. It's posing questions and coming up with a method. It's delving in.” -- Dr. Sally Ride

    Dr. Ride’s words and passion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) were inspiration for high school students across India who participated in the Texas Instruments India Science and Technology…

  • TI and Malaysian employees contribute to flood relief

    A total of RM77,330 (Approx. US$10,800) contributed toward rebuilding victim’s lives

    TI Malaysia and our employees in Kuala Lumpur and Melaka recently contributed over RM77,000 (Approx. over US$21,000) to two humanitarian organizations, to assist in relief efforts, as well as helping victims to rebuild their lives after floods hit the country late last year.

    The funds, which were raised through a campaign initiated…

  • TI celebrates record United Way campaign results

    The 2014 TI United Way campaign results are in, and a record was set with more than $7.4 million raised across the U.S. TIers are celebrating this direct community impact, an increase of $800,000 raised from 2013.

    TIers from Communications, Investor Relations and Public Affairs partnered with Goodwill stores.

    The TI campaign continues to grow each year, and this year the Dallas team achieved an important goal…

  • National Math & Science Initiative celebrates Engineers Week with Q&A with TI engineer

    TI Vice President Cecelia Smith

    TI has had a long, successful partnership with the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI).  To celebrate Engineers Week 2015 and the many ways in which engineering touches our daily lives, NMSI highlighted exceptional women engineers to learn about their paths to engineering, their roles as mentors, and their advice for students aspiring to STEM careers. You can read the interview…

  • TI salutes outstanding California teachers

    Texas Instruments recently participated in the California Teachers of the Year awards as a sponsor. Gayle Mujica, Director of Worldwide Marketing in TI’s Education Technology business, represented the company at a gala in Sacramento on Feb. 16th to officially celebrate the five 2015 California Teachers of the Year.

    The process for selection is very detailed, involving nominations, applications, interviews…
  • Student takes one step closer to her STEM career

    TI helps a young girl envision her dream of one day becoming a physical therapist who can help individuals walk and play sports with artificial legs she builds using the latest technology available.

    You can read more here how TI and Girls, Inc. came together to provide a real-life experience of a day in the life of a female engineer at TI. 

  • Funding from TI Foundation pays off for students in Dallas

    Thanks in part to funding from the Texas Instruments Foundation to the National Math and Science Initiative’s (NMSI) College Readiness Program, students in the Dallas Independent School District (ISD) are outperforming their peers on Advanced Placement (AP) exams.

    By partnering with NMSI’s College Readiness Program, Dallas ISD high schools have surpassed the national average in terms of increases in the number of…

  • TI kicks off its 2014 United Way campaign

    Every year, thousands of TI employees across the country provide financial support and volunteer their time and expertise to positively affect their communities through United Way. TI’s long history of supporting the communities where the company operates was started by TI’s founders more than 80 years ago. That tradition continues today as TI kicks off its 2014 United Way campaign.  



  • Addressing the diversity gap in STEM fields

    With a focus on attracting more students, especially women and minorities, to math and science studies and careers, TI engages in strategic philanthropy and partners with organizations like the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF), as well as educators, schools and universities.

    From left to right: Congressman Al Green; ExxonMobile Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson; Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee;…
  • Broadening the diverse tech talent pool

    As part of its commitment to helping develop the next generation of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) leaders, TI sponsored the recent Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s (CHCI) public policy panel on current and future career opportunities for Latinos in STEM.

    Peter Balyta, president of TI’s Education Technology group, gave a high school student her first TI-Nspire CX handheld…
  • Fifth 'Nine for 90' Project Focuses on Healthy Choices

    The last weekend of September in Dallas didn’t have to be about deep-fried foods at the State Fair. The United Way Health and Wellness Fair, presented by Cigna and Texas Instruments, held at Klyde Warren Park, offered delectable but fitness-friendly treats via a “Ready, Set, Cook and Eat” contest.

    TI employees from Communications and Finance, along with employees of Cigna and PrimeLending, volunteered…

  • TI employees break record for charitable giving

    TI’s culture of giving, based on our founders’ philosophy that a company’s worth is more than the strength of its balance sheet, is more evident today than ever before.

    In 2013, TI employees and retirees gave more than ever to charitable organizations. Through the Texas Instruments Foundation’s Matching Gifts and Volunteer Incentive programs alone, nearly $2.4 million was donated to schools, universities…

  • TI Foundation recognizes 14 outstanding STEM teachers

    As part of its commitment to promoting effective teaching and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, the Texas Instruments (TI) Foundation presented its Innovations in STEM Teaching Awards recently to 14 teachers from the Dallas, Mesquite, Plano and Richardson Independent School Districts (ISDs) at a ceremony at TI’s Dallas headquarters.

    Since 2007, the TI Foundation has invested $900,000 in…

  • TI gives $1.3 million to North Texas arts, culture organizations

    Continuing its commitment to help enhance the quality of life in its headquarters community, TI and the Texas Instruments (TI) Foundation recently made a combined $1.3 million in contributions to a variety of North Texas arts and culture organizations.

    “Dallas has an arts and culture community that is among the best in the United States.” said Andy Smith, executive director of the Texas Instruments Foundation. “We are…

  • TI volunteers help raise awareness about nutrition and exercise

    TI continued to help the community celebrate United Way of Metropolitan Dallas’ 90th anniversary as presenting sponsor of the third "Nine for 90" service project recently.

    Through a fitness expo with Dallas Cowboys legend Troy Aikman and an on-site volunteer project at TI, the focus was childhood obesity and youth health.  

    GENYOUth Fitness Expo
    Aikman joined TI and other company volunteers and participants…

  • TI volunteers help kids get ready for back-to-school

    TI employees teamed up with former Dallas Cowboy Ed “Too Tall” Jones and the United Way of Metropolitan of Dallas to help students gear up for back to school success at Trinity River Mission. This event marked the fourth “Nine for 90” event, one in a series of nine community service projects taking place between May 2014 and January 2015.

    TI’s President of Education Technology Peter Balyta…
  • My view: TI, United Way made back to school fun

    I had the pleasure of helping 130 deserving students prepare to head back to school at the United Way’s “Nine for 90” event at the Trinity River Mission in West Dallas. As a parent, I know back-to-school season can be stressful, with the extra demands and added expenses. But for single parents, unemployed parents or those with language barriers, school supply lists, medical appointments and uniform purchases can be overwhelming…