Bassey Offiong, a student majoring in chemical engineering at Western Michigan University, passed away just weeks before he was set to graduate.
The bill, known as HB1260, is expected to solve the problems discrimination has created.
Innovators are looking at various products, including the assessment of antiviral drugs that might treat the coronavirus.
As some of the largest school districts close in response to the national emergency, many colleges are moving to keep students connected through Zoom, WebEx, and other online delivery.
BEYA Modern-Day Technology Leaders are professionals shaping the future of engineering, science, and technology.
Students from one School of Engineering and Technology made it a hat trick, winning for the third time in a row at the 3rd Annual AMIE Design Challenge at the BEYA STEM Conference.
After completing a bachelor’s degree in 2014, she earned a spot in Norfolk State University’s Center for Materials Research.
Dr. Steward’s work has enabled the advancement of an exciting area of chemistry. She has also discovered a novel chemical class that is being evaluated for potential commercialization.
BEYA is the nation’s largest gathering of STEM professionals and leaders committed to increasing the percentage of underrepresented communities in the technology workforce.
The annual Technology Recognition Luncheon at the BEYA STEM Conference, which honors Modern Day Technology Leaders, is held on Friday.