The former ASU defensive/running back has won many awards since, but on February 9 he received recognition as an industry legend at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) Gala.
A new 8-week course celebrates African, Caribbean, European, and American cultures in African American food.
Hampton University students visited Panama as part of an International Service Learning Program spring 2018.
Blockchain technology and its role in business will be discussed in a free seminar scheduled for Oct. 16 at the Puerto Rico Convention Center.
Archive interview reproduced from National Public Radio (NPR) August 20, 2007 Hurricane Dean continues to rip through the Caribbean, with heavy wind and rain storms hitting many of the islands. Tyrone Taborn offers a firsthand account from Jamaica, where the government asked people to head for public shelter as hurricane storms swept across the island. FARAI … Continue reading “In the eye of a raging storm”
Island Pay launches its first Caribbean mobile payment solution in The Bahamas using Samsung technology.
Ocean Thermal Energy, a developer for renewable energy, Seawater Cooling, and water desalinization plants, took an ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) EcoVillage team to the US Virgin Islands this summer. The team consisted of OTEC chief science advisor Steve Oney, Heru Ofori-Atta, vice president of OTEC Caribbean operations, Gil Lyons, co-founder, and director of the Sky … Continue reading “OTEC advances EcoVillage Project in US Virgin Islands”
African leaders underscored their countries’ efforts towards sustainable development at the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly.
The University of Technology Jamaica hopes to drive education, training, and certification, and increase the number of Jamaicans in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce.
Lt. Gen. Vincent R. Stewart became the first Marine Corps officer to become director of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency this week.