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.
The BEYA Conference kicks off on Thursday, February 13 in Washington D.C.
Major Sean Spence was BEYA’s guest on the Larry Young Morning Show Monday, Jan. 27. Click here to listen.
From Engineer’s Week in February to the Spring commencement season, we featured more than 100 engineers in STEM jobs. Take a look back at USBE Online’s most-read stories of 2019.
A new project at Southern University will ‘create the first cybersecurity spine in an engineering program at a historically black college or university while training students in an area of critical need.’
Each week USBE sheds light on what’s being done in research at colleges and universities–where the research is being conducted, who’s involved, and what they’ve accomplished.
Over the past four years, Sandia has been quietly training and hiring college grads like Logan Carpenter (left) through a little-known program known as CECOR.
Prairie View A&M University biology professor Gloria Regisford and her four co-principal investigators have secured $1 million in scholarships through a grant awarded by the NSF.