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.
Retired Lieutenant General Ronnie D. Hawkins Jr. began his new job as president of Angelo State University on August 14.
Olabisi Boyle will be responsible for guiding the strategic direction of Hyundai’s U.S. vehicle lineup, leading planning, and overseeing market research, business analytics and pricing.
Stay tuned for US Black Engineer magazine’s inaugural list of influential college presidents, provosts, and academic deans.
Oscar Barton, Jr., Ph.D., P.E., dean of the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering at Morgan State University, will step into his new role on August 17.
The exclusive list of educators includes Roy M. Wilson, who became the 12th president of Wayne State University on Aug. 1, 2013.
Dr. Gregory West, a Black mechanical engineer, officially started his new job as president of the largest public research university in Virginia on July 1.
Bubba Wallace Jr. is a graduate of both NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity and NASCAR Next programs. The first African-American driver in 50 years to win a NASCAR national touring series feature since NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Wendell Scott.
Dr. Francois Ntone has made advances to modeling approaches for the design of cleaner and more efficient diesel and natural gas combustion systems
Lieutenant Jaleesa Harrigan won the Most Promising Engineer in Government Award at the 2020 BEYA STEM Conference in February.