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US Black Engineer and Information Technology is published by Career Communications Group, Inc. (CCG). CCG is dedicated to celebrating diversity and promoting equal opportunity for minorities and women in the fields of engineering, science, and information technology.

How GLF Is Building A Stem Future For 2050

Before a grand idea can be put into place and successfully executed, it needs a solid foundation. For Kendall Norris, CEO of Global Leadership Forum (GLF), this is a guiding principle in his leadership of the forum, which he’s headed since 2017.

How GLF Is Building A Stem Future For 2050

2 mins

Top 5 Values Of A STEM Life That Every Young Professional And Student Should Know

Starting with everyday examples, the NetApp exec asks young people to look at how they can influence banking, commerce, the auto industry, and healthcare over the next 10, 20, 30 years.

Top 5 Values Of A STEM Life That Every Young Professional And Student Should Know

4 mins

5 Young Leaders Share Their Secrets For Success

At the BEYA Conference, Northrop Grumman Corporation showcased young, Black members of their team.

5 Young Leaders Share Their Secrets For Success

3 mins

So You Want To Be Successful In The Tech Industry?

NetApp’s vice president of sales tells you how.

So You Want To Be Successful In The Tech Industry?

3 mins

Understanding Etiquette Is Key To Success

Best practies in Business Etiquette.

Understanding Etiquette Is Key To Success

3 mins

Students Find Interning Makes For Valuable Classroom Connection

An internship is stressed as an important way for students to gain work experience, develop insight into a career path, cultivate colleagues, and possibly earn money, but there’s also another benefit that’s often overlooked. Interning can help connect what’s taught in the classroom with workplace applications and enhance understanding of concepts.

Students Find Interning Makes For Valuable Classroom Connection

3 mins

Here's Looking At You, Data Career

Here’s Looking At You, Data Career

Here's Looking At You, Data Career

4 mins

The Pentagon's National Guard Leader

Promoting Partnerships With Industry.

The Pentagon's National Guard Leader

5 mins

The Path To Being The Best Leader

The success of an organization hinges on good leadership. At their best, leaders can inspire their team, facilitate productivity, and build a cohesive sense of community among the people who work for them. But what is the secret to good leadership? How can you become a good leader yourself?

The Path To Being The Best Leader

3 mins

The Dream Maker

How One Man Created More Black Engineers Than Anyone in History. 

The Dream Maker

5 mins

The Pentagon's National Guard Leader

Promoting partnerships with industry

The Pentagon's National Guard Leader

5 mins

Reflections On A Year As The Black Engineer Of The Year

A year ago, when Dr. Eugene DeLoatch was recognized as the 2017 Black Engineer of the Year, he didn’t realize what was ahead of him.

Reflections On A Year As The Black Engineer Of The Year

2 mins

How Prepared Are You For The Data Economy ?

Colin Parris ’85, Electrical Engineering, Howard University, is one of the greatest data economy evangelists on the planet.

How Prepared Are You For The Data Economy ?

3 mins

Industrial Internet Of Things On Campus

There’s no question about it: Data is the new dollar. And colleges are gearing up their graduates for a networked world. Whether you are a private corporation or the Department of Defense, it is probable your manifestation of the Industrial Internet of things (IIoT) involves sensors, a system or machine, or groups of machines, software associated with each, and quite a bit of data, explains Robin N. Coger, dean of the College of Engineering at North Carolina A&T State University and a mechanical engineering professor.

Industrial Internet Of Things On Campus

3 mins

Beya Winner's Advice for Maximizing the Beya Conference Experience

Without a doubt, Christopher T. Jones has risen to stellar ranks in the defense field, and his accomplishments have been duly noted by those both inside and outside his industry.

Beya Winner's Advice for Maximizing the Beya Conference Experience

3 mins

Skills & Careers of the Future: Hallmarks of the Digital Revolution

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Skills Will Get You Hired. In the Next Decade, 80 Percent of Jobs in Telecommunications, Utilities, Industrials, Healthcare, It, Finance, Energy, and Consumer Staples Will Require Stem Skills, Says the Department of Defense. 

Skills & Careers of the Future: Hallmarks of the Digital Revolution

2 mins

Tomorrow's Jobs

According to a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Outlook paper, “STEM 101: Intro to Tomorrow’s Jobs,” STEM occupations were projected to grow by more than 9 million jobs between 2012 and 2022.

Tomorrow's Jobs

3 mins

Women In The Army Navy And Air Force

U.S. Navy Adm. Michelle Howard took command of Allied Joint Force Command Naples during a change of command ceremony in Naples, Italy, on June 7, 2016, becoming the first woman and African American to command the NATO Joint Allied Force Command headquarters and U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa.

Women In The Army Navy And Air Force

1 min

Black Colleges Matter

Historically Black Colleges and the U.S. Military

Black Colleges Matter

6 mins

Youth Challenge Meeting The Needs Of At-Risk Youth

It’s a national problem that continues to rattle experts in education and social services. How do you help at-risk youth who are failing in a traditional educational and social structure? 

Youth Challenge Meeting The Needs Of At-Risk Youth

2 mins

How Melvin D. Williams Rose To Become President Of Nicor Gas

It’s hard to imagine the current president of Nicor Gas, the largest natural gas distributor in Illinois, and senior vice president of Southern Company Gas as a self-proclaimed introvert who once struggled with transitioning to a corporate environment.

How Melvin D. Williams Rose To Become President Of Nicor Gas

4 mins

Don't Let Workplace Changes Trip You Up

Changes in the workplace are constant, but responding well to workplace changes is often easier said than done.

Don't Let Workplace Changes Trip You Up

2 mins

Students Using Internships As Path To Future Ambitions

They may not have earned their degrees yet, but many students have spent the summer in the workforce while engaged in serious technical work.

Students Using Internships As Path To Future Ambitions

3 mins

Managing Millenials: How To Strengthen Cross- Generational Teams

There is certainly no shortage of stereotypes around millennials, but are they all true? If they are, how does that affect the workplace dynamic? While it’s interesting to look at how different generations approach their work and careers, they may not be as different as you think. Below we explore how generations of workers are different (and the same), how to best manage millennials, and what each generation can learn from the other.

Managing Millenials: How To Strengthen Cross- Generational Teams

5 mins

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USBE & Information Technology Magazine Description:

PublisherCareer Communications Group, Inc

CategoryScience

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyQuarterly

US Black Engineer and Information Technology is published by Career Communications Group, Inc. (CCG). CCG is dedicated to celebrating diversity and promoting equal opportunity for minorities and women in the fields of engineering, science, and information technology.

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