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As we head closer to the 2020 Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA), the editors of Black Engineer magazine have compiled all the cover stories featuring the men and women who have won the top Black Engineer of the Year Award in one slideshow.

The “Black Engineer of the Year: 34 Years and Counting” timeline starts with John B. Slaughter, the first Black  Engineer of the Year in 1987, through to Anthony K. Mitchell, the 33rd BEYA winner in  2019.  Click on the Engineer’s name to read their articles.

Earlier this week, the 2020 Awards were announced.  Army Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford, featured on the 2020 magazine cover, is the fourth active-duty officer to win the Black Engineer of the Year Award.

Finalists for category awards for Career Achievement, Community Service, Educational Leadership, Professional Achievement, and more can be found here “BEYA: Winners in all Categories for the Black Engineer Awards Revealed.”

It’s less than 100 days before the BEYA Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Conference. Events at BEYA include the Technology Recognition Lunch, Stars & Stripes Dinner, Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Engineering Deans’ Power Breakfast, and the BEYA Gala.

Hosted by The Council of HBCU Engineering Deans and US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine, the BEYA STEM Conference offers students and professionals opportunities for training at seminars and workshops, networking, role models, mentors, and inspiring events.

Students attend the career fair and meet top employers, take advantage of resources designed to enhance job search, enhance their academic career, and get tools for a successful STEM career.

Sponsors and exhibitors will have opportunities to enhance their visibility in the STEM community and recruit new hires. Get started by downloading the conference prospectus and contact us to reserve your space today!

Other events at BEYA are the HBCU Innovation hall and presentations. It’s an opportunity to learn about the cutting-edge research that is taking place at these institutions.

The Pre-College Program is also an opportunity for you to connect with organizations that are working to grow the STEM pipeline and build the digital workforce. Whether you are in the job market or not, don’t miss the career fair. It is often the place to sample new technologies and experience best practices in the industry.

February 13-15, 2020
Washington Marriott Wardman Park
2660 Woodley Road NW
Washington, DC

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