Texas Southern University has been welcomed as the latest member of the HBCU Council of Engineering Deans.
Jackson State University has exceeded its previous cycle by achieving a significant increase of 90.96% in sponsored research funding for the 2022 fiscal year. Pictured L to R: Victor Ogungbe, Ph.D., associate professor; Brandi Newkirk-Turner, Ph.D., associate provost and professor; Joseph A. Whittaker, VP of Research and Economic Development; and Sadik Khan, Ph.D., assistant professor. … Continue reading “JSU Division of Research and Economic Development received over $65.8M in awards, setting a new record with a 90.96% increase in sponsored research”
Kevin Mondy, Sr. founded Project Still I Rise (PSIR) in 2002 to bridge the education equity gap for African American students in underserved communities.
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has seen success this spring with its undergraduate landscape architecture program, graduating its entire senior class with job offers. The graduating class of Landscape Architecture at N.C. A&T has designed a clear path toward future careers. The program, housed within the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES), … Continue reading “The employment rate for this class of 2023 is at 100%”
Meet the 15 deans at ABET-accredited historically Black college and university (HBCU) engineering schools.
Recently, Howard University announced Autodesk had donated $1 million to the Department of Mechanical Engineering. According to the historically Black college, it was the largest-ever unrestricted gift to the department. Howard University’s statement said the gift would help the MechE department expand its manufacturing, making, and laboratory facilities for College of Engineering and Architecture (CAE) … Continue reading “Howard University’s mechanical engineering department receives a huge gift from software corporation”
Last week, Morgan State University gave a shoutout to the MSU Bears Esports team for dominating the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
The Rodney C. Adkins Award for Business Transformation is named after the 2007 Black Engineer of the Year.
The Dean’s award is presented during the Engineering Deans Recognition event at the annual BEYA STEM Conference. Nominees for this occasional award are committed to preserving engineering, scientific, and technical education programs at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). The success of these programs lies as much in their timeliness as in the needs of … Continue reading “NIWC program manager honors generational connection to HBCUs”
Last fall, BestColleges dot com published “Resource Guide for Black and African American Students in STEM” by Bernard Grant, Ph.D. The article has been updated since November 4, 2022. Here are more programs at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) that support Black students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Spelman College: Women in … Continue reading “Resource Guide for Black and African American Students in STEM by Bernard Grant, Ph.D.”