Lieutenant General Bruce T. Crawford joins the select number of active-duty officers who have won the Black Engineer of the Year Award.
US Black Engineer magazine’s Veterans issue closes out the decade with career profiles of black general officers in the United States military and senior executives in the federal government.
NetApp exec Thomas Stanley shares his inspirational career journey from North Carolina A&T. Stanley and 5 tips for a STEM life.
“A True Visionary” heralds the spring issue of Black Engineer magazine, which features North Carolina Agricultural and Technical (A&T) State University as the top producer of Black engineers.
2019 Black Engineer of the Year Anthony K. Mitchell is described as an “engineer’s engineer.”
In keeping with tradition, USBE magazine’s Veterans issue closes out the year with profiles of African American general officers in the military and federal senior executives in defense.
In the 2018 Internship issue, Leading Voices marks its first year with contributions from notable tech execs, award-winning computer scientists, and engineering professors.
Highlights in the 2018 Dean’s issue of USBE Magazine include the State of HBCUs, diversity in tech, and why engineering matters.
Alicia Boler Davis, 2018 Black Engineer of the Year, is the executive vice president for General Motors Global Manufacturing. She is the thirty-second person in history to be named Black Engineer of the Year.