On her path to the 2021 championship moment, Avant-garde was one of 209 national qualifiers and advanced through three levels of virtual competition.
Join us for the 37th episode of the High-Tech Sunday podcast on Sunday, July 4, at 3:00 PM EST.
Young people ages 6 – 16 will receive up to 5 days of technology camp at no cost. The submission launch date for applications is June 19 and ends on June 26.
Dr. Calvin Mackie, the recipient of the 2002 Black Engineer of the Year Award for College-level Education, recently presented a new platform for increasing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) awareness in urban and minority communities. The founder and president of STEM NOLA told the Congressional forum that K-12 teachers need better preparation to be … Continue reading “STEM teachers need incentives and support, says 2002 BEYA Winner for Educational Leadership”
Since Career Communications Group launched High-Tech Sunday in June 2020, CCG has released three podcasts featuring the lives and careers of women in biomedical careers.
Demetria F. Hall, a systems engineer at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., has come a long way since she decided to follow her passion for engineering and fight her fears.
On March 14, High-Tech Sunday focuses on how one Millennial is living her full to the fullest as a mother, wife, career coach, and professional engineer.
The study is based on responses from more than 30,000 U.S. families, including 3,774 African American families.
The two professors talk about what they’re doing to support positive outcomes for low-income students in computer science, information systems, and computer engineering.
During the pandemic, Gale Gay has written six children’s stories, which she plans to publish and release over the next two years under her Better Than Series.