What does it take to be a strong leader in today’s workforce? What leadership styles work best, and how does one develop the leadership skills necessary to succeed in the STEM world?
“As a retired chief engineer who has had thousands of engineers and data scientists working for me, I realized that our pipeline is severely clogged.”
Nick Kaylor, a U.S. Navy veteran, has performed two deployments, served under Republican and Democratic administrations, and worked as a senior leader and communications representative for a nonprofit serving wounded Veterans.
Read Dr. Pines’s fascinating story in this issue of US Black Engineer magazine, which also features the first-ever list of influential college presidents, provosts, and academic deans.
On the cover is a portrait of historically Black college and university (HBCU) engineering deans at the 2020 BEYA STEM Conference.
Science, technology, engineering, and math are components of many of Lion Forge’s stories. Sometimes the science is realistic. At other times it’s creatively manipulated.
There are various definitions and parameters around what many consider smart cities to be.
We must encourage our young people to get more involved in the STEM programs and industries. To become a great pilot, math and science are essential.
There is a need for educational programs to engage and prepare undergraduate students for careers that improve global health issues such as those tied to aging.
If we can team up with different people who bring a host of diverse perspectives, then we will be able to invent, visualize, and solve in ways we have never seen before.