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Executive Profile: Joseph Leonelli, Raytheon VP of Strategic Initiatives, Applied Signal Technology

Joseph Leonelli is currently the vice president of strategic initiatives at Raytheon’s Applied Signal Technology. In this role, Leonelli leads the corporate strategy for new business growth, marketing and communications. Previous to this, Leonelli served as vice president of the company’s intelligence and electronic warfare systems division following the consolidation …

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Raytheon Promoting STEM During Math Month

Raytheon Co. is supporting Mathematics Awareness Month, the company announced Monday. The defense contractor has teamed with educational facilities and centers to promote educational and processional careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The company said its MathMovesU initiative will travel around the country to engage students in interactive hands-on …

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Diversity Journal Names Raytheon CEO Swanson a ‘CEO in Action’

Profiles in Diversity Journal named Raytheon Chairman and CEO William Swanson as a “CEO in Action” for the journal’s March/April issue. Swanson wrote in a feature piece for the journal that business leaders are role models and should provide an environment conducive for diversity. Workplaces that value diversity are better …

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Raytheon Tests New Patriot Missile System

Raytheon Co. conducted a flight test of a new surface-to-air missile in New Mexico, the company announced Monday. The Waltham, Mass.-based missile maker makes the Patriot system and provides engineering services under a Missile Defense Agency contract currently valued at $803 million. The company tested the system at the White …

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Raytheon Wins 5th Straight EPA Energy Star Award

Raytheon has won an Environmental Protection Agency energy conservation award for the fifth straight year, the company announced Friday. The EPA gives the Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award to companies for leadership in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, conserving energy and creating energy efficiency practices. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said this …

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Raytheon Delivers Pies for Pi Day, Celebrating STEM

Raytheon is celebrating Pi Day by delivering apple pies to math and science teachers at middle and high schools located within a nearly three-mile radius of selected Raytheon business locations nationwide. The Pi Day is part of the company’s MathMoves initiative. The event is celebrated to highlight the importance of …

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Raytheon Launches Smithsonian STEM Exhibit

Raytheon launched an interactive science, technology, engineering and mathematics exhibit at the the Smithsonian International Gallery in Washington on Saturday. The Cambridge, Mass.-based contractor said in a Friday release it aims to increase interest in STEM-related careers with the MathAlive! exhibit by offering museum visitors hands-on, subject-related activities. The company said exhibit visitors …

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Northrop Welcomes Students In for National Engineers Week

Northrop Grumman hosted students at its navigation systems facility in Woodland Hills, Calif. Feb. 24 to promote careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The aerospace and defense technology company held the Engineering Student Day in Woodland Hills to celebrate National Engineers Week. EWeek promotes public awareness of technology and …

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