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Jul 29, 2021
The annual event returns this year with a Digital Twin Experience (DTX). Awardees from Fortune 500 companies, government organizations, and educational institutions will be acknowledged for their exemplary work in the areas of STEM.

Jul 27, 2021
Career Communications Group prepares for this year's conference Digital Twin Experience (DTX). Dr. Cai is one of several women leaders to be honored for their career efforts to ensure opportunities for minorities in STEM.

Jul 23, 2021
The industry-leading media company that supports organizations in promoting multiculturalism and diversity in STEM announce the addition of Stacy Bowles, Katrina Shaw, and Ada Romero to the team

Jul 21, 2021
Senator Cardin will speak on minority and small business participation in the new Infrastructure Bill.

Jun 14, 2021
STEM City USA or SCU held its first online event on the community's platform Saturday, June 12.

Apr 20, 2021
The industry-leading publication announces the top companies acknowledged for their continued support of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Mar 29, 2021
The new "City in the Sky" will create a digital-in-the-moment immersive experience, creating an interactive virtual community that will provide personal and professional development tools and resources.

Feb 26, 2021
The annual STEM-focused event took place in a digital environment and implemented a gamification experience that allowed participants to earn points for their respective HBCUs throughout the conference. Two winners were selected, UDC and Alabama A&M

Dec 23, 2020
The annual event honors leaders that have made their mark in their industries and companies. This year's winner of the highest honor of Black Engineer of the Year was pivotal in GM's company response to COVID-19, and diversity and inclusion

Dec 01, 2020
The BEYA Conference acknowledges Black leaders for their incredible contributions STEM. Leaders from Fortune 500 companies and government organizations are highlighted for their service and dedication to opening doors for Black in STEM.


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