Employers plan to hire 4 percent more college graduates for their U.S. operations from the Class of 2018 than they did in 2017, according to NACE.
High-profile journalist April Ryan will honor TSU excellence and historically black college and university (HBCU) legacy. (Photo courtesy of April Ryan)
BEYA Alumni announces 2018 officers
Alicia Boler Davis is 2018 Black Engineer
BEYA to Convene Nearly 10,000 People in STEM
BEYA winner selected as U.S. Rhodes Scholar
Dr. Mark Dean holds three of the original nine patents on the computer that all PCs are based upon.
Save the Date: 2018 BEYA STEM
AAAS 2018 | Advancing Science:
Truman State Rainbow Study Abroad
November is Veterans and Military
John Morgan achieved three-star rank in the Army before retiring. Here he writes on why best practices are a good fit anywhere.
What a Hurricane is Like
Even the most experienced networkers sometimes break these fundamental rules of networking etiquette.
So, you’ve finally landed a summer internship, congratulations! Here are some tips to help you.
CCG Seminar Now Available on Apple’s iPod Directory
The Mississippi e-Center at Jackson State University
USBE&IT Black Engineer Conference Edition
Electric Vehicles Get $1 Million Boost in Maryland
Scientists develop environmentally friendly way to produce propylene oxide
US Black Engineer & Information Technology archive now on Google Books
A Good Fit: New .Org Domain Created for MITRE 25 Years Ago
A Dream Job on the forefront of Green Automotive Design
Jackson State celebrates grand opening of new School of Engineering building
One in Ten Americans Use an eReader; One in Ten Likely To Get One in Next Six Months
GE Advances Electric Vehicle Adoption
USBE&IT Most Admired Employers Fall 2010