Arthur George

Arthur George

Art George is senior vice president and manager over Texas Instruments’ (TI) Analog Engineering Operations.  His remarks will focus on how to have a great life and career.  Art gives back to the SMU community in many ways.  He has been a long serving member of the Lyle School of Engineering Executive Board, has served as an advisor to the Hart Center for Engineering Leadership, serves as a mentor as part of the Lyle School mentoring program for our undergraduate students and has also been involved with our student chapter of National Society of Black Engineers.  George earned a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and a master’s degree in engineering management in 1990 from SMU. He has been honored at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards conference twice as one of the 100 Most Important Blacks in Technology. He also has received the Career Achievement in Industry Award from the National Society of Black Engineers. George is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas. He is passionate about building the next generation of engineers and
actively participates in engineering recruitment, talent development and
diversity initiatives on behalf of TI.


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