Tennessee State University College of Engineering received special recognition at the university’s annual “Sweet Talk” event.
For the third year, Southern University distinguished professor of physics has received a grant of more than $250,000 from the National Science Foundation.
The largest gathering committed to increasing the number of Americans from underrepresented communities in the STEM workforce will meet in Washington D.C.
The scholarship program, set up with a gift from Nationwide, will provide funds to black college undergraduate and graduate students across America.
ABET releases its 2017 Fall Issue brief on higher education. Economic projections indicate a million more engineering graduates are needed.
Dr. Gary L. Harris, three time graduate of Cornell, is responsible for helping Howard maintain its leadership as the number one producer of on-campus African-American Ph.D.s in the nation.
Florida A&M University alumni are in the Capital City this week to join FAMU students, faculty and staff in celebrating the university’s annual Homecoming Week.
The new show features household names such as Mykel Hunter, a graduate of Morgan State University and sought-after voice-over artist, and longtime BEYA emcee, Marc Clark.
The Bible, Safe Classroom Communication, ClassDojo, Duolingo, and PowerSchool are five of the most popular Education apps during the back to school period.
VSU’s electronics engineering and mechanical engineering technology programs in the College of Engineering and Technology have been reaccredited by ABET.