A new project at Southern University will ‘create the first cybersecurity spine in an engineering program at a historically black college or university while training students in an area of critical need.’
For fiscal years 2020 and 2021, the FUTURE Act would ensure that Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) continue to receive $85 million per year.
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.
Each October, more than 100 Fortune 500 companies and federal government agencies take part in TMCF’s four-day national program
Each week USBE sheds light on what’s being done in research at colleges and universities–where the research is being conducted, who’s involved, and what they’ve accomplished.
Seminars at the BEYA Conference focus on STEM workforce solutions and opportunities that boost careers and take skills to the next level.
A lot has happened since Engineering Dean Robin Coger (left) and her team celebrated the return of Aggie engineers to North Carolina A&T State University.
The Dream 4 It Foundation celebrated its 12th anniversary this summer with a benefit concert and scholarship awards ceremony.
This new partnership between Penn State and the University of the District of Columbia is another milestone as UDC expands its academic collaborations and research portfolio.
Here’s how one Modern-Day Technology Leader, honored at the 2004 BEYA STEM Conference, is still making a difference.