Boeing has invested in digital educational program provider Singularity University through a recent Series B funding round.
The company said Thursday it plans to work with SU in efforts to customize educational programs for Boeing employees and add technical experts to the university’s faculty.
Boeing’s HorizonX Ventures unit partnered with WestRiver Group to lead the Series B investment round for the university.
Bethany Tate Cornell, vice president of leadership, learning and organizational capability at Boeing, will represent the company on SU’s board of directors.
Mountain View, California-based SU aims to advance exponential systems in the artificial intelligence, nanotechnoloy fabrication, robotics and augmented and virtual reality fields.