As CEO of LG Chem Power, Denise Gray is making gains with batteries for electric vehicles, such as the Ford Focus, Chevy Volt, and Chrysler Pacifica.
The 2017 AMIE Conference held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, featured an all-star lineup, presentations by students and faculty, and panel discussions by professionals and educators.
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The new consortium will increase growth and competitiveness of HBCU engineering, enhancing American competitiveness.
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This husband-wife team aren’t just about increasing the number of students in STEM. They want to make sure everybody’s involved.
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Renee Reynolds is a 2000 graduate of Hampton University’s Department of Computer Science.
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