A group of Hampton University students and alumni have started a company using repurposed NASA technology to revolutionize the way solar is collected.
Dr. Chance Glenn, engineering dean at Alabama A&M University, is co-investigator for a new science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) project focused on nuclear engineering.
During ‘NASA Day’ at Prairie View A&M University, recruiters from Johnson Space Center will speak to faculty and students about available programs, research opportunities, full-time employment, and internships.
Two mechanical engineering at Southern University and A&M College have each received scholarships worth $2,500 from BASF, the university has announced.
The three-year, National Science Foundation-funded effort will involve 14 colleges that are top producers of Black engineers.
Texas Southern University has announced a $5.1 million research grant, one of the largest publicly-funded grants received in its 90-year history, the university said.
Adrienne Trimble, general manager for diversity and inclusion at Toyota Motor North America, is the new president of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).
North Carolina A&T will expand the pool of underrepresented students in the bioinformatics and biomedical sciences and increase the number who go into research.
The award began Aug. 1, 2018, and is under the direction of Johnson C. Smith University assistant professor of computer science Dr. Felesia Stukes.
Minority student groups are more likely than their counterparts to rely on social media channels, such as Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram.