Yin has almost twenty years of experience in planning and research at two of the nation’s top land-grant universities.
The award was given during the Broadband Communities Summit’s Cornerstone Awards Luncheon in Houston, Texas.
Tyrone Taborn hosts an influential panel on the metaverse and civil rights at the National Action Network in New York.
Amando Strong has garnered several accolades this year. His career highlights include a Special Congressional Recognition for outstanding service to his community in Allentown, PA.
New consortia include the Partnership for Radiation Studies (PARS), which is led by Alabama A&M University.
The National Data Science Alliance (NDSA) has announced that the organization will host its inaugural Listening Sessions, a four-day virtual event from April 24-28. Registration is FREE, and those with all levels of knowledge about data science are welcome. To register, you can just click here. The Listening Sessions will share information with the historically Black … Continue reading “National Data Science Alliance listening sessions will take place April 24-25, and April 27-28”
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”
The investiture ceremony will occur on April 1 in the University Convocation Center. Read on for more on the Investiture Of President Darrell K. Williams.
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.”