The three-star Army general becomes the third active-duty officer to win the Black Engineer of the Year Award after Captain (retired) Donnie Cochran (1989) and retired Lt. Gen. Joe N. Ballard (1998).
A new publication from CCG’s Foundation for Educational Development, Inc. (FEDI) features real-life stories that teach students how to build a career plan step by step.
Seminars at the BEYA Conference focus on STEM workforce solutions and opportunities that boost careers and take skills to the next level.
BEYA nominations are now closed, but here are some of the categories for the awards that have a positive impact on the winners, their organizations and communities.
Here’s how one Modern-Day Technology Leader, honored at the 2004 BEYA STEM Conference, is still making a difference.
ITSMF is working to build a diverse talent pool for the 1.2 million computer-related job openings expected by 2022.
The largest historically black college and university (HBCU) in the nation is still the No. 1 public HBCU, according to the U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges 2020” rankings.
Derek McGowan was part of a team of company executives that pledged a $125,000 donation supporting students at Tuskegee University.
Texas Southern University has won a $2.66 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help increase the number of minorities pursuing academic careers in data engineering and data science disciplines.
North Carolina A&T, Prairie View A&M, Southern, and Virginia State are just four of the many colleges to launch new STEM student success and innovation programs for the fall semester.