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Big Award and 3 Bright Minds
Meet the newest recipients of the prestigious AT&T Fellows Honor that recognizes some of AT&T’s most innovative minds.
Our honorees discuss their work and the meaning behind being an AT&T Fellow. Learn more about their prestigious work and also see this year’s Science & Technology Medal winners here.
2019 STEM Innovators to Watch
AT&T is proud to honor the accomplishment of four talented women who were recognized by the New Jersey Tech Council as "2019 STEM Innovator to Watch".
(In order of how they are standing left to right)
Christine Liu, Jie Chen, Swapna Buccapatnam, Sam Kossey
AT&T Labs Scholarship Winner
This year’s AT&T Labs EOP Scholarship recipient, Devan Patel, and Chris Volinsky, assistant vice president Inventive Science at AT&T Labs, attend the New Jersey Technical Institute (NJIT) scholarship luncheon honoring Devan’s accomplishment. Devan is studying Computer Science at NJIT and is interested in a career in cybersecurity.
Inside the Labs: Mike Wish
Mike Wish was a college professor at Columbia University when a chance encounter with some AT&T scientists changed the course of his life. This year, Mike Wish celebrates his 50th anniversary with AT&T. Find out what the last half century has done for AT&T's Mike Wish.
Inside the Labs: Jen Yates
Jen Yates is an Assistant Vice President at AT&T Labs, heading the Networking and Service Quality Management Research organization. Her organization is focused on inventing, prototyping and driving new technologies that enable new services, enhance reliability and address complex cross-layer issues across AT&T’s network.
AT&T Labs intern shares his ideas with Labs leaders.
AT&T Labs intern class at a poster session sharing their exciting ideas.
Networking and fun at a watch party for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Team building with fellow colleagues.
Visiting the AT&T Museum to learn about its rich heritage.
Trying out the switching simulator at the AT&T Museum.
What kind of phone is this?
Spending quality time together at the Data Science and AI Research Center picnic.