The Jacobs Engineering Group has welcomed former Army chief information officer and retired Lt. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford as Senior Vice President of Strategic Development. A decorated combat veteran, Crawford was named Black Engineer of the Year at the 2020 BEYA STEM Conference. According to the press release from Jacobs, Crawford will provide strategic leadership, … Continue reading “2020 Black Engineer of the Year joins top Engineering, Design and Tech firm”
Flex announced this week that John D. Harris II, retired Raytheon executive, has joined the Company’s Board of Directors, effective November 23.
Retired Navy Adm. Michelle Howard, who received recognition for her service and accomplishments during a recent BEYA Stars and Stripes Dinner in Washington, D.C., has been appointed to President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team to the Department of Defense. In the photo above, Howard is seen speaking at the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Engineering … Continue reading “BEYA Stars and Stripes winner appointed to Department of Defense transition team”
In a lecture at the NAE, Dr. Slaughter, a professor of education and engineering at USC, put out a call to action for racial justice and equity in engineering. Read the full transcript here.
James C. Dalton, who won the BEYA for Career Achievement in 2006, retired as director of Civil Works for the Army Corps of Engineers in 2019.
Mary Crutcher Leslie (March 25, 1919-September 26, 2020) was a pillar in her community.
For the eleventh episode, Captain Donnie Cochran talks about his experience as the first African American pilot to fly with The Blue Angels, the flight demonstration squadron of the United States Navy.
Alicia Boler Davis, the sixth woman to receive the prestigious Black Engineer of the Year Award, is now part of Amazon’s senior leadership group.
s founding chair of the annual BEYA STEM Conference, Taborn’s critical role is part of the ROCKS effort to promote mentoring.
Retired Lieutenant General Ronnie D. Hawkins Jr. began his new job as president of Angelo State University on August 14.