Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper, seen on the cover of a Black Engineer magazine-Veterans edition, released a memo on Twitter outlining his plans to address diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity.
To mark Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week (April 1-5), USBE online celebrated contributions of students who were nominated for awards at the BEYA STEM Conference this February.
For International Women’s Day, meet two BEYA winners dedicated to promoting girls in STEM.
As interim president of the University of Southern California (USC), Dr. Wanda Austin is building partnerships to drive innovation, discovery, and collaboration.
All through this week, we will highlight women who have won the prestigious Black Engineer of the Year Award as we countdown to International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8.
March is Women’s History Month. And US Black Engineer Online joins in the celebration of the vital role of women in American history by highlighting women who have won the prestigious Black Engineer of the Year Award.
President Donald J. Trump honored West Virginia native Katherine Johnson, of “Hidden Figures” fame, by renaming a NASA facility in Fairmont, following efforts by West Virginia leaders to have Johnson’s contributions celebrated.
The women developed the motto “No mail, low morale,” as they linked service members with their loved ones back home.
A Kohler Bulletin has announced Angela Barbee as the new Vice President – Engineering and New Product Development, Global Faucets.
Congratulations to Angela Barbee-Hatter for starting a new job as Vice President-Engineering and New Product Development, Global Faucets at Kohler Co.