Career Communications Group’s Imani Carter launched the results of the 2016 Top Supporters of HBCU Engineering Survey Thursday.
On the webinar were Amanda Goodson, vice chairman of Advancing Minority Interest in Engineering (AMIE), engineering deans from 15 ABET-accredited historically Black colleges and universities, and the publisher of Black Engineer magazine, which has done the top supporters survey for almost 15 years.
ABET accreditation sets the global standard for programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.
The Top Supporters of Historically Black College and University Engineering Schools Survey addresses the value of HBCU engineering to the nation’s technology workforce, as well as the methodology used to conduct the survey. This is the 14th year US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine has conducted the Top Supporters survey.
So who are the 2016 Top Corporate and Government Supporters of HBCU Engineering Programs?
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2016 TOP SUPPORTERS OF HBCU ENGINEERING SCHOOLS
»Aberdeen Proving Ground, U.S. Army
» Advancing Minorities Interest in Engineering
»Air Force Office of Scientific Research
»Air Force Research Laboratory
»Alabama Department of Transportation
»Alabama Power Company
»Altria Group, Inc.
»Battelle Memorial Institute
»The Boeing Company
»Boston Scientific Corporation
»City of Hampton, Virginia
»The Clare Boothe Luce Program, Henry Luce Foundation Inc.
»Commonwealth of Virginia
»Duke Energy Foundation
»Federal Highway Administration
»Federal Railroad Administration
»General Electric Foundation
»General Motors Corporation
»Genesis Energy, L.P.
»Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.
»International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
»Jacobs Engineering Group,Inc.
»Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
»Johnson & Johnson
»JP Morgan Chase & Co.
»L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc.
»Lockheed Martin Corporation
»Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation
»Louisiana Board of Regents
»Louisiana’s Quality Education Support Fund
»Louisiana State University Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices
»Merck & Co., Inc.
»Michigan State University
»Missile Defense Agency
»National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
»National Aeronautics and Space Administration
»National Security Agency
»Naval Surface Combat System Center
»Naval Air Systems Command
»Naval Sea Systems Command
»National Institutes of Health (NIH)
»Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Higher Education
»Northrop Grumman Corporation
»Northrop Grumman Foundation
»Office of Naval Research
»The Pennsylvania State University Applied Research Laboratory
»PPG Industries Foundation
»Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G)
»Raytheon Company »Research, Innovation, Science and Engineering (RISE) Foundation at Alabama A&M University
»Rockwell Collins, Inc.
»Shell Oil Company
»Texas Instruments Incorporated
»Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A, Inc.
»United Technologies Corporation
»United States Department of Transportation
»U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
»U.S. Army Materiel Command »U.S. Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center
»U.S. Coast Guard
»U.S. Department of Air Force
»U.S. Department of Defense
»U.S. Department of Education
»U.S. Department of Energy
»U.S. Department of Homeland Security
»U.S. Department of Transportation
»U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
»Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
»Whiting-Turner Contracting Co