A new publication from CCG’s Foundation for Educational Development, Inc. (FEDI) features real-life stories that teach students how to build a career plan step by step.
Get to know the 33 men and women who have been named Black Engineer of the Year, with their job titles and affiliations in the year of the award.
A new report released by the policy-making board of the National Science Foundation urges action to open up opportunities for all Americans to participate in advances in science and technology.
When industry and university partners come together in pursuit of a common goal, students develop the most in-demand skills for valuable internships and jobs.
BEYA winners Dr. Wanda Austin and Dr. Calvin Mackie received accolades this weekend at the Phoenix Awards Dinner, one of the largest gatherings of African-American leaders.
TSU has a new computer applications course, part of the HBCU C2 initiative that the university launched together with Apple, Inc.
Seen right in this undated photo with his parents on his Instagram page, Wallace Jr. became the first African-American driver in 50 years to win a NASCAR national touring series feature since NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Wendell Scott.
Anthony Mitchell, the 2019 Black Engineer of the Year and executive vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, will serve as the keynote speaker.
For her research at Purdue University, Dr. Amber Johnson used computer science to help people suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD).
Nominations for the 2020 Black Engineer of the Year Awards are due August 31, 2019.