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Join Northrop Grumman and its academic partner, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, as they team with cyber technology startup Leverege to discuss what's working and how to impact youth perceptions to entering this critical field.
The BEYA STEM Selection Committee has voted to present the 2017 Black Engineer of the Year Award to veteran educator Dr. Eugene M. DeLoatch for bringing about progress in higher education during his 50-year career. The 31st BEYA will be presented at BEYA STEM's 31st Annual Conference. Oct 27, 2016 - 9:18:56 AM
A love story probably was the last thing Bryan Exum's assembled High School alumni, family, and military friends expected to unfold when they filed aboard the USS John P. Murtha to witness Exum's retirement from the U.S. Navy. But that's what unfolded, in all its emotional glory. Oct 24, 2016 - 6:52:36 AM
The corporate world is not perfect admits Linda Gooden, who served as executive vice president of information systems and global services at Lockheed Martin until 2013. To help focus on the things that mattered, Gooden created a go-to-battle list. Here are her 10 rules. Oct 17, 2016 - 10:04:20 AM
It's not always easy to do what you love for a career, and there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach, Lori Deschene once said, but here are a few secrets to success from Dr. Aleksandra Boskovic, the 2016 Technologist of the Year. Oct 17, 2016 - 9:43:16 AM
Read the corrected version of Ms. Chineta Davis's comments featured in Women of Color magazine's story "Don't Quit: It's a Great Time to be in STEM," with leading women executives. Oct 13, 2016 - 12:05:04 PM
Aleksandra Boskovic, research director for optics, surface and integration technologies at Corning Incorporated, will be named 2016 Technologist of the Year at the 21st Annual Women of Color STEM Conference this week. Oct 11, 2016 - 2:05:03 PM
Colin Parris, Ph.D., vice president for software research at GE Global Research, got his baccalaureate degree from Howard University in 1985. Since 2014, he has led software, systems, and analytic experts researching ways that data can impact industry, placing him at the forefront of GE's transformation into a digital industrial company. Sep 21, 2016 - 9:22:34 AM
Pedro Pastrana-Camacho was about 10 years old when he started playing the cuatro Puertoriqueño, the national instrument of Puerto Rico.Three and a half years ago, Pedro joined General Electric (GE) and translated his skills in computer science into a whole new career. Sep 21, 2016 - 9:03:20 AM
Janeen Uzzell started with an engineering education--a mechanical engineering degree from North Carolina A&T State University coupled with an M.B.A. from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Little did she know that her field would open a range of possibilities in organizing projects in healthcare. Sep 21, 2016 - 8:39:09 AM
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