Announcing the Winners of the 2022 Black Engineer of the Year STEM Awards –

Published December 10, 2021 By : Lango Deen
The Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) recognize leaders who are developing innovation. The BEYA STEM Conference’s awards continue to provide leading employers with the opportunity to share the achievements of minorities in STEM. This year’s nominees were voted on by the BEYA Selection Committee members from hundreds of eligible entries.

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Category awards include Dave Barclay Affirmative Action, Career Achievement, Community Service, Education Leadership in K-12 Promotion of Education, Educational Leadership in College-Level Promotion of Education, Lifetime Achievement, Most Promising Engineer, Outstanding Technical Contribution, Professional Achievement, Research Leadership, Senior Technology Fellow, Student Leadership, and Technical Sales and Marketing. The 36th awards show will stream live and on-demand on STEM City USA. Here are the 2022 nominees for the top categories.
Community Service Award
Dave Barclay Affirmative Action in Government Award
Most Promising Engineer in Government Award
Most Promising Engineer in Industry Award
Outstanding Technical Contribution in Government Award
Outstanding Technical Contribution in Industry Award
Technical Sales and Marketing Award
Professional Achievement in Government Award
Professional Achievement in Industry Award
Career Achievement in Government Award
Career Achievement in Industry Award
Black Engineer of the Year

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Over the span of four decades, the BEYA Conference has exposed 100,000 American students to role models in STEM careers. Hosted by US Black Engineer magazine, the Council of Engineering Deans of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Lockheed Martin Corporation, the 36th annual BEYA STEM Conference will take place February 17-19. The 2022 conference theme is “BEYA STEM 365: Engineering Our STEM World to Engage, Learn, Evolve, Advance, and Thrive”
Legacy awards presented at the BEYA Historically Black College and University (HBCU) event include the Linda Gooden Legacy Award for Entrepreneurship, the Albert J. Edmonds Legacy Award in Federal Information Technology, the Joe N. Ballard Legacy Award for Public Engineering Services, the Rodney C. Adkins Legacy Award for Business Transformation, the Dr. John Brooks Slaughter Legacy Award for Higher Education and Leadership, the Anthony R. James Legacy Award in the Utilities category, the William R. Wiley Award for Research, and the Walt W. Braithwaite Award for Aviation.
Educational Leadership – College-level Promotion of Education
Most Promising Scientist in Government Award
Most Promising Scientist in Industry
Research Leadership Award
Senior Investigator Award
Lifetime Achievement Award
Legacy Awards

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