Hampton University has named alumnus and U.S. Army retired Lt. Gen. Darrell K. Williams, a 1983 graduate of Hampton University, as the institution’s next president. Williams met his wife, Myra, while attending Hampton. She also graduated from the university in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree. The couple, married in 1987, will be the first president … Continue reading “Highly-decorated U.S. Army veteran succeeds one of the longest-serving HBCU presidents”
For his list, Adm. Gilday separated his book selections into four categories: Readiness, capabilities, capacity, and sailors.
The pilot program is designed to strengthen the executive leadership of 300 winners of prestigious awards at the 36th annual BEYA STEM Conference.
The first annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards was held at Morgan State University.
The award recognizes a nominee who is a consistent leader in advancing science or developing, and implementing new technologies.
Brig. Gen. McGee received many accolades during his life, including the National Aeronautical Association’s “Elder Statesman of Aviation.”
Christine Dedrick will be recognized for outstanding technical contributions as a systems engineering leader.
The award is given to an early-career professional who demonstrates tremendous potential for future technical contributions.
U.S. Navy Commander Desmond Walker will receive the award at the 36th annual BEYA Gala.
Sergeant First Class Cashe is now the seventh individual to receive the Medal of Honor for his actions in Operation Iraqi Freedom and the first African American to receive it since the Vietnam war.