The Dow engineer’s work has had a direct impact on outreach programs in local communities and inspired others to become involved in activities promoting STEM.
New community classes to prepare Detroit residents for careers in IT are off to a good start. More programs available.
For the third year, Southern University distinguished professor of physics has received a grant of more than $250,000 from the National Science Foundation.
High school robotics, street fairs, and hands-on STEM activities have been a staple of the Dreams, Imagination & Gift (DIG) program since its founding in 2013.
Top employers at the BEYA STEM Conference.
Paige Lewter has a successful career with NAVAIR and works tirelessly to develop a new generation of STEM leaders.
In 2013, Lai Lau received President Obama’s Gold Service Award for her community service and volunteerism.
Four high school seniors have been selected by the Council of the Great City Schools to receive the 2016 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarship.
Charles Dean is the primary reliability engineer for a major program at Raytheon. He also has an outstanding record of volunteering through the company’s MathMovesU program.
When Debra Coleman, 2015 BEYA winner for Community Service, isn’t leading her team to ensure electrical requirements are met for passenger seats, she is highly visible as a driver of science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) initiatives.