At the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, 34 black female cadets are part of the most diverse class in the service academy’s history.
Tania White, a Prairie View A&M University mechanical engineering graduate, has designed an app aimed at helping graduates make student loan debt payments more affordable.
In the fall of 2018, Challenger Center, a STEM education organization, announced Robert Lee Curbeam as chair-elect of the board of directors. His role as Chair begins in August 2019.
Morehouse man Ramon Richards, a senior vice president of integrated technology solutions at Fannie Mae, won the Dr. Christopher Jones Legacy Award at the 2019 BEYA STEM Conference.
Rosalyn Kent, a member of the National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE), recently announced a landmark step in her Ph.D.
Ty Taborn, director of educational programs for CCG’s charitable arm, walked across the stage this week as one of the 2019 graduates of the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Morehouse College has announced that Robert F. Smith will share his journey with the Class of 2019. The College’s 135th Commencement Exercises will take place on Sunday, May 19.
Black Engineer congratulates the four women who graduated with doctorates in engineering from the University of Michigan.
As the director of clinical education for Boston Scientific, Viktorija Telbis (center) supports Boston Scientific’s Bridge to the Future, a STEM outreach program that provides mentoring and internships for high-school aged students.
MIT’s David H. Koch Chair Professor of Engineering among the largest group of women elected to the National Academy of Sciences.