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Ultrasound

After Devastating Fires, Portable Ultrasound Helps Veterinarians Care for Injured Australian Wildlife

Donnie the koala needed help. Orphaned after another animal killed his mother, he was lethargic and obviously sick when a rescuer brought him to Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital in southeast Australia.…

HealthAhead

Neither Fasting, Dust Storms, nor the Pandemic Could Keep GE Employees from Sporting Success

COVID restrictions and Ramadan fasting were no obstacle for 20 determined GE employees who racked up more than 5,300 km of walking, jogging, and cycling to make GE the only company with two top-five…

COVID-19

Year In Review: Around The World, GE Employees Rose To Meet The Challenge Of COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic was first and foremost a healthcare crisis, but it touched every corner of the world and every sector of the economy — and drew millions of people together in the effort to…

volunteering

Ramadan Giving: GE Volunteers in the UAE Touch Lives of Those in Need

Just a few days before Eid al Fitr, GE Volunteer Tarek Al-Jabi was standing in a clothing store in Dubai doing a video call. He wasn’t talking with colleagues or chatting with family. He was helping…

STEM

Engineering The Future: GE Foundation Commits Up To $100 Million To Guide Diverse Kids to Engineering Careers

Before Elizabeth Ivy Johnson interned at NASA’s High School Apprenticeship Research Program, at Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, the summer before her senior year in high school, she…

anniversary

The Big Picture: As GE Turns 129 Today, One Business Looks All The Way Back And Into The Future

Michael J. Barber didn’t have to look far afield to find his calling. He was just a senior in high school in Wisconsin in the 1970s when he landed an internship at GE Medical System, the forerunner…

diversity

The Role Model: Ozge Kum Chose Engineering Over Art, But Both Require Creativity & Bringing Projects to Life

Ozge Kum is the “cool” parent at her daughter’s primary school. As a lead design engineer with GE Aviation at the Turkey Technology Center, she’s “famous” among her daughter’s classmates as “the…

Lean Management

Lean Management Is Driving GE’s Turnaround. It’s Also Helping During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Angie Norman is comfortable with uncertainty. As one of GE’s experts in lean management, it’s her specialty to crack complex problems in urgent need of a solution. So, when GE Healthcare needed to…

diversity

The Self-Starter: Anum Arooj Knows Success Has No Limits If You’re Willing to Take on Challenges

For Anum Arooj, who lost her father when she was just 12 years old, the real-life impact of her role as an environment, health and safety (EHS) specialist could not be clearer. “I’m working for…

Aviation

Setting Their Sights High: Love Of Planes Landed These Engineers At GE Aviation. They Are Now Giving Back

Growing up in the flight path of Reagan National Airport in the Washington, DC, area, Shawn Newman became fascinated by the planes that flew over his house. In middle school, on days when the sun…

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