As part of the NSF CI-TEAM contributions to Human Resource Development Component, students from Elizabeth City State University recently attended The National Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) STEM Global Competitiveness Conference which took place in Baltimore, Maryland February 20-22, 2009. This conference gathers professionals and students from across the U.S. that take part in every field of science, engineering, and technology. ECSU graduate Warren Judge was a conference workshop leader for two sessions.

During the conference seminars and workshops are offered that present new information on a variety of topics affecting Black technology professionals such as career advancement and diversity programs. A Career Fair brought engineers, scientists, business professionals and students together with employers.

A trip report from MyAsia Reid can be found here.

ECSU BEYA Participants
Tevin Baskerville
Justin Deloatch
Michael Jefferson
Vernon Brown
Daniel Lee Long
Lee Smalls, Jr.
Cedrick Hall
Michael Austin
Jonathan Person
Monique Harris

Robyn Evans
Jernettie Burney
Serenity Pender
MyAsia Reid
Patrina Bly
Jean Bevins
Joyce Bevins
Ebony Addison
Unquiea Wade
Ebony Lawhorn

Jasmine Northern
Chardince Crumlin
Tederal Burwell
Sharay Murphy
Lamonica Harrison
Jameka Samuel
Tyshara Gatling
George Harris
Christopher Hill
Lauren Blow
Stephanie Perez
Diaminatou Goudiaby
Andrea King
Sharonda Walton
Kenya Hinton
Kaiem Frink
Orestes Gooden

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