38th Black Engineer of the Year Awards to Celebrate Excellence in Engineering in Baltimore
By: BEYA Conference
The 2024 BEYA Conference, organized in partnership with the Council of Engineering Deans of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Lockheed Martin, Actalent, and technology partner Google, represents a collaborative effort to support and advance diversity within the STEM fields. This year's conference theme, People, Process, and Technology, underscores the ongoing commitment to inspiring innovation and acknowledging the outstanding contributions of Black professionals in engineering.
Event Highlights and Features
The BEYA Conference is designed to foster professional development, networking, and recognition among engineers and technology professionals of all levels. Key features of the 2024 conference include:
A Unified Effort to Advance Diversity in STEM
"The BEYA Conference is more than an event; it's a movement towards creating a more inclusive and diverse engineering workforce," said Tyrone Taborn. "By bringing together students, professionals, and industry leaders, we are forging pathways for future generations and celebrating the achievements that are driving innovation in our world."
Participants will have the unique opportunity to connect with peers, mentors, and potential employers, gaining invaluable insights and resources to propel their careers forward.
For more information about the 38th Black Engineer of the Year Awards and to register for the event, please visit https://www.beya.org
About the BEYA STEM Conference
The Black Engineer of the Year Awards is an annual event dedicated to showcasing the significant achievements and contributions of African Americans in the fields of engineering and technology. Founded by the Council of Engineering Deans of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Lockheed Martin, and other partners, BEYA aims to support diversity and inclusion in STEM professions. https://www.beya.org
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