Larry Laws is the 2023 winner of a legacy award named for retired utility executive and 2004 Black Engineer of the Year Anthony R. James.
Award winners lead R&D teams at the forefront of innovation. They serve as a role model and leader for minorities and women.
Professional Achievement award winners have made significant discoveries or advances in their career paths and are acknowledged as leaders of large STEM initiatives.
The Rodney C. Adkins Award for Business Transformation is named after the 2007 Black Engineer of the Year.
Miss Candice M. Smith leads a global team of technical thought leaders serving 60,000 Boeing engineers.
The award honors scientists whose work has made a lasting contribution to the workplace and the development pipeline.
Capt. Melvin R. Smith dedicated his life to serving his country and shaping future leaders in the U.S. Navy’s submarine force.
Dr. George E. Carruthers was an astrophysicist at the Naval Research Laboratory when he won the inaugural Outstanding Technical Contribution Award at the BEYA STEM Conference.
Nathaniel “Nate” Price is at the heart of activities that are helping to enhance opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
The Entrepreneurial Fellow award presented at the annual BEYA STEM Conference is designed for the owner of a minority-owned scientific, engineering, or technical company. Stella McDonald is a project engineer at Jacobs. She is also an experienced chemical engineer and played a key role in the Jacobs Homeland Security Department, which supported the Office of … Continue reading “Project engineer leads an effort that won a prestigious award at the BEYA STEM Conference”