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Career Communications Group, Inc., publisher of US Black Engineer magazine, has announced that they are accepting nominations for the 2002 Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA).

These awards are open to organizations working to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers. All nominations are reviewed by a panel of leaders from industry, government, and academia.

Peer-reviewed award categories in alpha order include:

  • Career Achievement
  • Community Service
  • Dave Barclay Affirmative Action
  • Educational Leadership – Corporate Promotion of Education
  • Educational leadership – K-12 Promotion of Education
  • Entrepreneurial Leadership
  • Legacy Awards
  • Most Promising Engineer
  • Most Promising Scientist
  • Outstanding Technical Contribution
  • Professional Achievement
  • Research Leadership
  • Student Leadership

Each category award has its own requirements. All nominations are reviewed by a panel of STEM leaders from industry, government, and academia. To get more information, visit the awards Web pages: (www.ccghereoes.com).

It’s time to get your nominations in for the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA). For 35 years, the BEYA STEM Conference has been celebrating and inspiring talent in STEM.

The people you nominate today will be recognized at the 36th annual BEYA STEM Conference, which is scheduled for February 17-19, 2022.

The following recognition events take place at the BEYA STEM Conference:

    1. An Evening with BEYA’s Leading Voices
    2. Technology Recognition Event
    3. HBCU Engineering Deans’ Recognition Event
    4.BEYA Gala

To nominate outstanding professionals in STEM careers, please visit (www.ccghereos.com) for more details. All nominations are due by August 31, 2021.

The BEYA STEM Conference celebrates excellence by showcasing career opportunties and professionals in STEM. Each year, the conference attracts more than 10,000 people.

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