Since 1987, more than 10,000 men and women have been nominated for the Black Engineer of the Year awards. 957 have received category awards, and 34 have been selected as Black Engineer of the Year. BEYA nominations are judged by an expert panel, including past winners in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) award categories. … Continue reading “Nominations are still open for BEYA STEM 2021”
The three-day Virtual event will showcase outstanding talent in America’s scientific and technical workforce, offer valuable career networking opportunities, and host prestigious award ceremonies. Career Communications Group’s Women of Color in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Conference is the premier forum of choice for recognizing the significant contributions by women in STEM fields. Attendees … Continue reading “The WOC STEM Conference is just two weeks away! Have you registered?”
The National Association of Graduate-Professional Students has announced the dates for its annual conference. The fall event will gather student leaders for membership engagement and will be virtually hosted by the Graduate Student Council at the University of North Texas (UNT). UNT’s Graduate Student Council has engaged in advocacy efforts at the national level through … Continue reading “NAGPS announces agenda for virtual conference, November 13-15”
Microsoft Ignite kicked off Tuesday, Sept. 22, and one of the highlights of the digital event was the keynote by Jared Spataro, corporate vice president of modern work. He shared the latest Work Trend Index report, as well as innovation outcomes in Microsoft 365 and Teams. Some of the key findings in the report released … Continue reading “Future of Work: Major trends with Microsoft and WalletHub”
According to this latest study from the technical research company, there will be a need for hands-free, interactive technology in many new use cases, which did not require hands-free or remote capabilities.
Cree, Inc., and N.C. A&T said the new initiative will provide scholarship support to students within the College of Engineering Helping Orient Minorities to Engineering (H.O.M.E.) Program and the College of Science and Technology Inspiring Minds Program.