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 STEM Programs

Strategy and Innovation: Mike Bell Pays IT Forward at AT&T

Mike Bell is a director of Strategy and Innovation with AT&T. One of the most notable accomplishments of this 2017 BEYA winner for Technical Sales and Marketing was facilitating the AT&T Wi-Fi Enterprise solution at one of the largest retailers in the world.


Feb 10, 2017 - 11:01:37 AM


 On Campus

A BEYA for a Prairie View A&M Engineering Student Leader

Meshika Brown is an outstanding mechanical engineering and mathematics major at Prairie View A&M University. BEYA recently named her winner of the 2017 Black Engineer Award for Student Leadership.


Jan 26, 2017 - 9:27:57 AM


 STEM Programs

STEM Works in Communities Because of People Like Dwayne R. Nelson

Dwayne Nelson is committed to the advancement of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through volunteer work in his community. He is the 2017 BEYA Community Service winner.


Jan 24, 2017 - 7:22:34 AM


 Leadership

Morehouse College President John Wilson steps aside, new blood for Morehouse's 150th Anniversary

The Morehouse College Board of Trustees has announced that President John Wilson will pass the baton to a new President of Morehouse College, as Morehouse enters its 150th-year celebration.


Jan 17, 2017 - 7:12:37 AM


 On Campus

Gwen Boyd Shines the Light on Alabama State University

Dr. Gwendolyn Boyd won a BEYA in 2000 for Outstanding Alumnae Achievement. Four years earlier, she led in BEYA's Community Service category. This weekend, the tech maven spoke to Black Engineer about her recent accomplishments at her alma mater, Alabama State University.



Nov 5, 2016 - 9:16:16 AM


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