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INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE WITH

HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

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Dear Partners and Colleagues:

Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE) celebrates 30 years of Achieving Diversity through Sustainable Partnerships. 30 years later, it is ever more important to continue to invest in the critical and emerging needs of our HBCU Schools of Engineering, government and corporate partners. Our immediate goal is to prepare AMIE for even greater success by delivering capable and qualified engineers to take on the challenges of this dynamic space.

Collaboration, innovation and agility are extremely critical attributes for our national and global footprint. We must be intentional on what we will deliver in terms of talent, research capabilities and ensuring a strong partnership with our partners. Our (16) ABET accredited Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Schools of Engineering partners continue to graduate 30% of all African American engineers in the United States. We want to ensure this successful partnership continues to enable the AMIE Partners to increase its impact and influence to deliver on our mission.

AMIE is committed to:

• Focusing on the enhancement of research capabilities by conducting a thorough review of its strengths and future needs

• Looking internally at our governance model and enhancing it to meet the needs of our partners and institutions

• Sharing best practices among our institutions, corporate partners and government partners

• Being the enabler and collaborator to other key STEM programs by providing linkages and connections into these various communities and initiatives.

AMIE continues to solidify its place as a unique governing body that will have precision focused engagements in order to position itself as a reliable resource to our universities and partnering organizations.

AMIE is positioned to continue supporting the needs of our HBCU Schools of Engineering, corporations and government partners by continuing to embark on strategic initiatives designed to advance institutions and students.

AMIE will continue to seek the support of all corporations and government entities to cultivate and nurture its graduates as they embark in careers in research, industry and government.

AMIE is adding value to our nation by embracing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and supplying education/research excellence.

For more information, please contact Veronica L. Nelson, AMIE Executive Director. You can also visit our website at www.amiepartnerships.org

Sincerely,

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HBCUDEFINED

HBCUsareasourceofaccomplishmentandgreatpridefortheAfricanAmericancommunityaswellasthe entirenation.TheHigherEducationActof1965,asamended,definesanHBCUas:“...anyhistoricallyblackcollege oruniversitythatwasestablishedpriorto1964,whoseprincipalmissionwas,andis,theeducationofblack Americans,andthatisaccreditedbyanationallyrecognizedaccreditingagencyorassociationdeterminedby theSecretary[ofEducation]tobeareliableauthorityastothequalityoftrainingofferedoris,accordingtosuch anagencyorassociation,makingreasonableprogresstowardaccreditation.”

ManyHistoricallyBlackCollegesandUniversities(HBCUs)wereestablishedaftertheCivilWarandduringthe ReconstructionEraasapathtohighereducationandexpandedopportunitiesfornewly“freed”menand womenofAfricandescent. HBCUsarecreditedwithestablishingthe“BlackMiddleClass”focusinginitiallyon teachersbutquicklyexpandingtoincludedoctors,lawyers,religiousandsocialleaders,scientists,artistsand engineers.

HBCUscreateanatmosphereoflearningandleading. Theybridgethegap,reachingthosewhoareoften overlookedineachgeneration. HBCUsofferallstudents,regardlessofrace,anopportunitytodeveloptheirskills andtalents.Theseinstitutionstrainyoungpeoplewhogoontoservedomesticallyandinternationallyinthe professionsasentrepreneursandinthepublicandprivatesectors.

HistoricalOverview

In1981,PresidentRonaldReagan,underExecutiveOrder12320,establishedtheWhiteHouseInitiativeon HistoricallyBlackCollegesandUniversities,whichexpandedthepreviousprogramandsetintomotiona governmentwideefforttostrengthenournation’sHBCUs.

In1989,PresidentGeorgeBushsignedExecutiveOrder12677.ThisexecutiveorderestablishedaPresidential AdvisoryBoardonHistoricallyBlackCollegesandUniversitiestoadvisethepresidentandthesecretaryof educationonmethods,programsandstrategiestostrengthenthesevaluedinstitutions.

In1993,PresidentWilliamJeffersonClintonsignedExecutiveOrder12876.Thisexecutiveorderrequiredasenior levelexecutiveineachagencyhaveoversightinimplementingtheorder,andthattheOfficeofManagement andBudgetbeinvolvedinmonitoringimplementationoftheorder.

OnFeb.12,2002,PresidentGeorgeW.BushsignedExecutiveOrder13256.Thisexecutiveordertransferredthe WhiteHouseInitiativeonHistoricallyBlackCollegesandUniversitiestotheOfficeoftheSecretarywithinthe U.S.DepartmentofEducation.Previously,theWhiteHouseInitiativewashousedintheDepartment’sOfficeof PostsecondaryEducation.

OnFebruary26,2010,PresidentBarackObamaSignedExecutiveOrder13532,toadvancethedevelopmentofthe Nation’sfullhumanpotentialandtoadvanceequalopportunityinhighereducation,strengthenthecapacityof historicallyblackcollegesanduniversitiestoprovidethehighestqualityeducation,increaseopportunitiesfor theseinstitutionstoparticipateinandbenefitfromfederalprogramsandensurethatournationhasthehighest proportionofcollegegraduatesintheworldbytheyear2020.

OnFebruary28,2017,PresidentDonaldJ.TrumpSignedExecutiveOrder13779.Thisexecutiveorderadvances America’sfullhumanpotential;fostermoreandbetteropportunitiesinhighereducation;strengthenthe capacityofHBCUstoprovidethehighest-qualityeducation;provideequitableopportunitiesforHBCUs toparticipateinFederalprograms;andincreasethenumberofcollege-educatedAmericanswhofeel empoweredandabletoadvancethecommongoodathomeandabroad.

OnSeptember3,2021,PresidentJosephR.BidenJr.,signedExecutiveOrder14041,toadvanceeducationalequity, excellence,andeconomicopportunityinpartnershipwithHBCUs,andtoensurethatthesevitalinstitutionsof higherlearninghavetheresourcesandsupporttocontinuetothriveforgenerationstocomestrengthenthe capacityofHBCUstoprovidethehighest-qualityeducation;provideequitableopportunitiesforHBCUsto participateinFederalprograms;andincreasethenumberofcollege-educatedAmericanswhofeel empoweredandabletoadvancethecommongoodathomeandabroad.

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ABOUT

Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to expand corporate, government and academic alliances to implement and support programs to attract, educate, graduate and place underrepresented minority students in engineering and computer science careers.

The outcome of an initiative by Abbott Laboratories in 1992, AMIE represents a coalition of industry, government agencies and the ABET accredited Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Schools of Engineering who see a diversified workforce as a competitive advantage and an essential business need.

The (16) ABET accredited Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Schools of Engineering represent less than 3% of all the Engineering Schools in the country, yet they produce over 30% of all African American engineers in the United States. Approximately one-third of African American graduates in Science and Engineering are also produced by Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). One quarter of PhD recipients in Science and Engineering received their undergraduate degree from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Thus, the HBCU Schools of Engineering are a great resource pool for minority engineering talent.

AMIE acts as

• A catalyst that forges Industry-Government/Academia partnerships that support programs to advance minorities interest in engineering,

• A promoter and encourager to minority students to pursue engineering careers,

• A facilitator for the recruitment of minority students for co-op, intern and full-time opportunities at member organizations,

• An avenue for members to exchange “Best Practices” and “Solutions” for the development of a diversified engineering workforce, and

• An enabler for the creation of Engineering Research/Technology transfer agreements.

AMIE Value Proposition Statement:

AMIE assures the STEM Pipeline has diverse and exceptional talent for industrial and government businesses who seek diverse perspective in their workforce. Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE) provides a coalition with direct access to almost a third of graduating minority engineers annually. Unlike working individually with each partner in the three areas (university, industry and government), AMIE’s coalition provides a holistic opportunity to influence educators and businesses, promote minority student’s pursuit of engineering and achieve greater diversity in engineering.

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AMIE’S VISION

AMIE is the premier organization that develops industry, government and university partnerships to achieve diversity in the engineering workforce.

AMIE’S MISSION

AMIE is a catalyst that forges Industry-Government/Academia partnerships that support programs to advance minorities’ interest in engineering.

AMIE’S COMMITMENT

As a coalition of lndustry, Government Agencies and ABET accredited HBCU Engineering Schools, AMIE is committed to:

• Promoting and encouraging minority students to pursue engineering degrees

• Facilitating the recruitment of HBCU engineering co-ops, interns and graduates to member organizations

• Providing a forum for member organizations to exchange ideas on “Best Practices” and “Issues” related to developing a diverse engineering workforce

• Facilitating the forging of Engineering Research and Technology Transfer Partnerships between the AMIE HBCUs and the AMIE coalition non-academic members

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Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Partners:

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1. Alabama A&M University 2. Florida A&M University 3. Hampton University 4. Howard University 5. Jackson State University 6. Morgan State University 7. Norfolk State
8. North Carolina A&T
9. Prairie View A&M
10. Southern University and A&M
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12. Texas
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Alabama A&M University

Engineering, Technology & Physical Sciences

INSTITUTION

Reflecting its heritage as a traditional 1890 land-grant institution, Alabama A&M University (AAMU) functions as a teaching, research and public service institution, including extension. AAMU is a dynamic and progressive institution with a strong commitment to academic excellence. The serene, intimate campus is situated on “The Hill,” only a short distance from downtown Huntsville; the site of the school’s founding. Alabama A&M University has four colleges with 41 Baccalaureate, 23 Master’s, 1 EdS and 4 doctoral degrees offered.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Engineering, Technology and Physical Sciences is organized into three departments, each headed by a department chair: (1) Mechanical, Civil Engineering and Construction Management, (2) Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, (3) Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The BS degree in Computer Science program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET and the BS degrees in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. In collaboration with the College of Education, the College of Engineering, Technology and Physical Sciences offers a variety of certified and non-certified teaching programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The College actively collaborates with government and industry partners in the vibrant Huntsville research ecosystem.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Biomedical Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

Concentration in General Electrical Engineering; Concentration in Computer Engineering; Concentration in Microelectronics(VLSI); Concentration in Nuclear Power

• Mechanical Engineering

Concentration in Nuclear Systems; Concentration in Manufacturing Systems; Concentration in Propulsion Systems; Concentration in General Mechanical Engineering

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Materials Science and Engineering, IC fabrication

• Civil Engineering

• Computer Science

Concentration in General Computer Science; Concentration in CyberSecurity

• Physics

• Mathematics

• Chemistry

• Construction Management

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Engineering (Systems and Material Engineering)

• Master of Science in Computer Science

• Master of Science in Applied Physics

• PhD in Applied Physics

• Crystal growth, large and small band gap and piezoelectric materials

• Image and Signal Processing, real-time embedded systems

• CyberSecurity, neural networks, modeling and simulation in biometrics

• Computational electro magnetics, computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis

• Advanced Manufacturing

• Unmanned Aircraft Systems, robotics

• Intelligent manufacturing systems and advanced robotics

• Mach-5 wind tunnel, Rating 1000 clean room, three particle accelerators

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. ZHENGTAO (Z.T.) DENG, Interim Dean

College of Engineering, Technology, and Physical Sciences

Alabama A&M University - Arthur J. Bond Hall

4900 Meridian Street , Normal, AL 35762

Phone: 256.372.5560

• Fax: 256.372.5580

Email: zhengtao.deng@aamu.edu Website: www.aamu.edu/cetps

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Preparing diverse young men and women for leadership in the STEM fields, ready to impact the region, the nation and the world.

The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering has about 2500 students and 100 faculty members. Academic offerings include bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs across five academic departments.

INSTITUTION

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) was founded as the State Normal College for Colored Students. On October 2, 1887, it began classes with fifteen students and two instructors. Today, FAMU is the premier school among public Historically Black Colleges and Universities. FAMU remains the only HBCU in the twelve-member State University System of Florida. The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering in the state’s capital city of Tallahassee is jointly administered by Florida A&M University and Florida State University.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering is the engineering institution for undergraduate and graduate education, as well as engineering research, for both Florida A&M and Florida State universities. The college offers comprehensive academic programs at all levels and works to continually evaluate, expand and improve its programs to ensure that engineering students are prepared for the demands of an innovative global workforce. This partnership of a top HBCU and a Research- I university allows the college to offer the most advanced research capabilities and graduate education of any HBCU. FAMU-FSU Engineering attracts outstanding faculty and students from all over the world. These engineers work at world-class research facilities just steps away from the engineering campus, including the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, High Performance Materials Institute, Center for Advanced Power Systems, and the AeroPropulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Biomedical Engineering

• Chemical Engineering

• Civil Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Computer Engineering

• Industrial Engineering

• Mechanical Engineering

Graduate Degrees

• Masters and Doctorate in Chemical Engineering

• Masters and Doctorate in Biomedical Engineering

• Masters and Doctorate in Civil Engineering

• Masters of Engineering in Civil Engineering

• Masters and Doctorate in Electrical Engineering

• Masters and Doctorate in Industrial Engineering

• Masters and Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering

• Masters of Systems Engineering

• Masters of Engineering Management

• Masters and Doctorate in Materials Science & Engineering

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

• Polymers, materials, nanomaterials and nanotechnology

• Renewable, advanced and sustainable energy

• Biomedical imaging, cellular and tissue engineering

• Advanced transportation systems, structures, hydraulics

• Environmental sustainability and water resources

• Advanced power systems

• Intelligent systems, control and robotics

• Communication, information technology and cybersecurity

• Active and supersonic flow controls

• Superconductivity materials and applications

• Manufacturing and operations research

• Fundamental and advanced materials research

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Suvranu De, Dean and Professor

FAMU-FSU College of Engineering

2525 Pottsdamer Street, Suite 8206

Tallahassee FL 32310-6046

Phone: 850.410.6161

• Fax: 850.410.6546

Email: dean@eng.famu.fsu.edu Website: www.eng.famu.fsu.edu

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INSTITUTION

A historically black institution, Hampton University is a comprehensive institution of higher education, dedicated to the promotion of learning, building of character and preparation of promising students for positions of leadership and service. Its curriculum emphasis is scientific and professional with strong liberal arts under girding. The University offers exemplary programs and opportunities which enable students, faculty and staff to grow, develop and contribute to our society in a productive and useful manner. In carrying out its mission, the university requires that everything that it does in the areas of teaching, research and service be of the highest quality.

SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The School of Engineering, Architecture and Aviation (SEAA) is home to academic programs in Architecture, Aviation and Engineering. The School enrolls over 300 students and produces about 60 graduates annually. The SEAA strategic plan calls for expanding and strengthening the undergraduate offerings, building graduate engineering programs and developing clearly defined research areas of excellence. The School excels in producing engineers who obtain doctorate engineering degrees, engineering entrepreneurs and engineers of critical importance to industry and our government.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Electrical Engineering

• Computer Engineering

• Chemical Engineering

• Aviation Management

• Air Traffic Control

• Flight Education

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

• Energy, Environment, Sustainability & Sea

Level Rise

• Sensors, Data Fusion & Network Security

• Transportation Systems & Infrastructure

• Robotics & Imaging

• Tactical Autonomy

• Unmanned Autonomous Systems

Cybersecurity; Air, Sea, Land Unmanned Traffic Management, & AI

• Photonics, Information Fusion, Signal Processing, Machine Learning, Quantum Computing

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Joyce T. Shirazi, Dean

School of Engineering, Architecture and Aviation

Hampton University

268 Marshall Ave

Hampton, VA 23668

Phone: 757.728.6970

• Fax: 757.728.6972

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Architecture

• Materials

• Reverse Engineering

• Catalysis

• Manufacturing

• Nanotechnology

• Polymeric Materials for Tissue Engineering, Disease Detection & Equipment Performance

• Computational Fluid Dynamics

• Engineering Education, K12 STEM Emphasis

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Hampton University’s School of Engineering, Architecture and Aviation is preparing excellent and exciting engineers ready to contribute to the solution of technology challenges here in the United States and around the world.

INSTITUTION

Founded in 1867, Howard University is a private, research university that is comprised of 13 schools and colleges. Students pursue studies in more than 120 areas leading to undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. The University operates with a commitment to Excellence in Truth and Service and has produced four Rhodes Scholars, 11 Truman Scholars, two Marshall Scholars, one Schwarzman Scholar, over 70 Fulbright Scholars and 22 Pickering Fellows. Howard University also produces more on-campus African-American Ph.D. recipients than any other university in the United States. For more information on Howard University, visit www.howard.edu.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

Howard University’s College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) continues to play a vital role in producing our nation’s top engineers and architects. The CEA ranks among the top producers of African American male and female engineers.

The College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) is one of Howard University’s 14 schools and colleges. The CEA is comprised of the five departments of Architecture, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Mechanical Engineering. Our Master of Architecture degree program and all of our Bachelor of Science engineering degree programs are fully accredited. Doctoral degrees are offered in biomedical and chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. Moreover, Master of Science degrees are granted in chemical engineering, computer science, and mechanical engineering. A certificate in Cybersecurity is also offered.”

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Chemical Engineering

• Civil and Environmental Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Computer Engineering

• Mechanical Engineering

• Computer Science

• Architecture and Design Studies

RESEARCH CENTERS AND LABS

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

• Master of Architecture

• Master of Engineering (in Civil, Computer, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering)

• Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

• Master of Computer Science

• PhD (Computer Science, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering)

• Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate

Department of Defense University Affiliated Research Center, Department of Transportation Tier-1 University Transportation Center, Data Science and Cybersecurity Center (DSC2), Howard University Transportation Research Center (HUTRC), Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (CEINT), Center for Energy Systems and Control (CESaC), Howard Nanoscale Science and Engineering Facility (HNF), NSF Engineering Research Center for Power Optimization for Electro-Thermal Systems (POETS), Biomolecular Assemblies and Nanomechanics (BAN) Laboratory, Physical/Chemical Environmental Processes Laboratory, Nanomaterials Processing Laboratory, Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory, Bio-environmental Engineering Laboratory, Bio-nano Interfaces, Functional Materials & Biotechnologies Laboratory, Bio-film Engineering and Drug Discovery (BEDD) Laboratory, Passive Seismic Protective Systems (PSPS), The Howard University Structural Simulation Laboratory, Environmental And Water Resources Engineering (EWRE), Motion Control and Drives Laboratory, Electromagnetic Imaging and Modeling Laboratory (EMM), Affective Biometrics Laboratory, Embedded Systems Security Laboratory, Computational Biology and Algorithms Laboratory, Computer Networks and Distributed Systems Laboratory, Software Engineering Laboratory, Cybersecurity and Wireless Networking Innovations Laboratory (CWiNS), Signal Processing and Communication Laboratory, The Power Optimization for Electro-ThermalSystems (POETS), Applied Fluid Dynamics Research Laboratory (AFDRL), Applied Mechanics and Materials Research Laboratory (AMMRL), Digital Manufacturing Laboratory (DML), Surface Engineering and Nanofluids Laboratory (SENL), Stout Infrastructure, Geotechnics and Materials (SIGMa) Laboratory

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. John M. Anderson, Dean

College of Engineering and Architecture

Howard H. Mackey Building

2366 Sixth Street, NW, Suite 100

Washington, D.C. 20059

Phone: 202-806-6565

Email: CEADean@l10ward.edu Website: cea.howard.edu

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Howard University’s College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) continues to play a vital role in producing our nation’s top engineers and architects. The CEA ranks among the top producers of African American male and female engineers.

INSTITUTION

Jackson State University® is a diverse, technologically-advanced, four-year university steeped in history and committed to preparing its students to become global leaders. JSU provides a caring, nurturing environment that challenges its more than 9,500 students to improve themselves and serve others. JSU was founded in 1877 by the American Baptist Home Mission Society and is located in Jackson, the state’s capital. In 1979, Jackson State was officially designated the Urban University of the State of Mississippi. The university also has campuses in Madison, MS and in downtown Jackson.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Science, Engineering and Technology at Jackson State University is committed to implementing the university’s mission and to focusing its intellectual, experience and other resources on improving the quality of life for its students, the surrounding community, state, nation and the global community. It is comprised of nine academic departments. Among them are the departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering which provide students with quality ABET accredited undergraduate and graduate programs that incorporate the systems aspect of professional engineering practice. The college has achieved a 7% increase in enrollment since 20l 0 and has been awarded 130 federally funded grants and contracts with awards of approximately $20 million annually. It also has over 14 federally funded student support programs.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science (Engineering)

Civil Engineering

• Environmental Track

• General Civil engineering Track

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

• Biomedical Engineering

• General Electrical Engineering Track

• Power Systems Track

Industrial Engineering

RESEARCH CENTERS

Graduate Degrees (Engineering)

MS in Computational and Data Enabled Science and Engineering

M.S. Computer Science

M.S. Engineering

• Civil Engineering

• Computer Engineering

• Computational Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Environmental Engineering

• Geological Engineering

• Industrial Engineering

Ph. D. Engineering

Ph. D. Computational and Data Enabled Science and Engineering

Coastal Hazards Center of Excellence, Center for Defense Integrated Data, High Performance Computing Center, Interdisciplinary Center for Nanotoxicity Center for Bioinformatics & Computational Biology Research Centers in Minority Institutions Center for Environmental Health

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Wilbur Walters, Dean

College of Science, Engineering & Technology Jackson State University

1400 JR Lynch Street - JSU Box 18750

Jackson, MS 39217

Phone: 60l.979.2153/601.979.4044

Email: wilbur.l.walters@jsums.edu Website: www.jsums.edu/science

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Providing high-quality education in science and technology and technical expertise to business and industry while advancing scientific knowledge through research.

The Morgan graduate is challenged to innovate and to commit to continuous improvement through life-long learning.

INSTITUTION

Morgan State University, Maryland’s Preeminent Public Urban University, serves the community, region, state, nation, and world as an intellectual and creative resource by supporting, empowering, and preparing high-quality, diverse graduates to lead the world. Its mission is to expose students to the full range of experiences and services that will permit them to successfully meet global challenges that await them as they leave the university.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering enrolls over 1100 students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. To ensure student success, a diverse team of professionals work in close contact with the faculty to assist students in the navigation through the college environment. The focus on first rate customer service, coupled with state-of-the-art facilities, are all designed to achieve excellence through education.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor’s Programs

• Civil Engineering

• Transportation Systems Engineering

• Transportation Systems

• Mechatronics Engineering

• Industrial Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Sustainable Urban Environmental Engineering

Master’s Programs

• Urban Transportation

• Electrical Engineering

• Master of Engineering

Doctoral Programs

• Sustainable & Resilient Infrastructure Engineering

• Computer and Electrical Systems Engineering

• Transportation and Urban Infrastructure Systems

• Doctor of Engineering

• Industrial Engineering

• Secure Embedded Systems

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Electrical & Computer Engineering - Embedded System Design and Security, Reverse engineering and assurance of loT systems, Cybersecurity, Predictive/Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robust Distributed Control and Game Theory, Electronic Materials, High power Conversion device characterization and growth, Adaptive Beam forming and Equalization, Applied and Computational Electro-magnetics, Adaptable electronics for 5G Communications.

Civil & Environmental Engineering - Water Resources and Ground Water Systems, Bridge/Large-Scale Structural Systems, Composite Materials, Geo-hazard Research in Sea Level Rise and Land Subsidence, Geo-spatial and Remote Sensing Studies, Environmental and Geo-technical.

Industrial & Systems Engineering - Lean and Advanced Manufacturing, Robotics and Automated Manufacturing, Project and Engineering Management, Ergonomics /Human Factors Engineering, Energy Systems, Data Science, Industrial Safety and Health, and Operations Research “Big Data”.

Transportation & Urban Infrastructure Studies - Connected and automated vehicular issues, transportation equity issues, infrastructure asset management, demand-response transit scheduling, driver behavior modeling, transportation safety, Transportation planning, Traffic engineering, Transportation management, Entrepreneurship and Logistics.

Other - Cyber Embedded Systems, Cyber T&E, Cyber Systems Engineering.

POINT OF CONTACT

Oscar Barton, Jr., PE, Dean Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr., School of Engineering

Morgan State University

5200 Perring Parkway Baltimore, MD 21251

Phone: 443.885.3231 • Fax: 443.885.8218

Email: oscar.barton@morgan.edu Website: www.morgan.edu/soe Website: www.subr.edu/cse

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Norfolk State University Engineering students are empowered with the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for successful careers in engineering; enabled with the spirit of innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship; and instilled with a sense of community responsibility to become leaders for a technology-driven global society.

INSTITUTION

Norfolk State University (NSU) is located in the vibrant urban city of Norfolk, Virginia and only 13 miles from the Atlantic Ocean in Virginia Beach, Virginia. NSU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and adheres to the standards set forth by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. NSU has a student population of over 5,600 students, and has a satellite campus at the Virginia Beach Higher Education Center. The University offers 30 undergraduate degrees, 15 masters degrees, three doctoral degrees, including: BS and MS in Computer Science, MS in CyberSecurity, BS and MS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, BS in Optical Engineering, MS in Materials Science, and PhD in Materials Science and Engineering.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET) has over 2,000 students and presently comprises over 33% of the university’s student enrollment. Undergraduate programs are ABET accredited, and graduate programs are driven by innovative state of the art research programs that enhance the educational experience for students, and prepare them for national defense, industrial and academic careers. CSET has eight academic departments: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Nursing and Allied Health, Technology, Computer Science, and Engineering. The college currently houses several research centers- the Center for Materials Research (CMR), the Information Assurance- Research, Education and Development Institute, the Micron NSU Nanotechnology Cleanroom, the Creative Gaming and Simulation Laboratory, and the CyberSecurity Complex. NSU is designated as a DOD Center of Excellence in Cybersecurity Research and as an NSA/DHS Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD).

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Electrical and Electronics Engineering

• Optical Engineering

• Computer Science - CyberSecurity and Computer Engineering

• Information Technology

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Graduate Degrees

• MS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering

• MS in Materials Science

• MS in Computer Science

• MS in CyberSecurity

• PhD in Materials Science and Engineering

Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Cognitive Wireless Networks and Cloud Computing Security, Digital Forensics, Smart Grids Security, Modeling of Biological Neurons, Optics, Plasmonics and Meta-materials, Nano-materials and Nano-technology, Advanced Functional Materials, Neural Probes, Biosensors, Semiconductor Materials and Devices, Photovoltaics, MEMS Actuators, Multi functional Sensors and High K Dielectrics.

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Michael Keeve, Dean

College of Science, Engineering & Technology

Professor of Mathematics

Norfolk State University 700 Park Avenue

Norfolk, VA 23504

Phone: 757.823.8180 Fax: 757.823.9114

Email: mokeeve@nsu.edu Website: www.nsu.edu/cset

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INSTITUTION

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is the nation’s largest historically black university, ranked No. 1 among public HBCUs by U.S. News & World Report. It is a land-grant, doctoral high-research university, classified by the Carnegie Foundation and constituent member of the University of North Carolina System. A&T is known for its leadership in producing graduates in engineering, agriculture and other STEM fields. The university was founded in 1891 and is located in Greensboro, North Carolina.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Engineering at N.C. A&T thrives on leadership development; cutting edge research for undergraduates, graduates and faculty; and gives students endless opportunities to engage in experiential learning. The COE is the No. 1 producer overall in bachelor’s, master’s and aggregate engineering degrees awarded to African Americans, according to the U.S. Department of Education. In 2021, the COE was ranked among the best undergraduate engineering programs and computer science programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. The College’s seven academic departments offer 10 ABET accredited bachelor’s, eight master’s and five doctoral degree programs.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Departments

• Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

• Chemical, Biological and Bio Engineering

• Computational Data Science and Engineering

• Computer Science

• Electrical and Computer Engineering

• Industrial and Systems Engineering

• Mechanical Engineering

Degrees Offered

• Architectural Engineering (B.S.)

• Bio Engineering (B.S., M.S.)

• Biological Engineering (B.S.)

• Chemical Engineering (B.S., M.S.)

• Civil Engineering (B.S., M.S.)

• Computer Engineering (B.S.)

• Computational Data Science and Engineering (Ph.D.)

• Computer Science (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.)

• Data Science and Engineering (M.S.)

• Electrical Engineering (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.)

• Industrial and Systems Engineering (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.)

• Mechanical Engineering (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.)

FIVE COE CROSS DEPARTMENTAL RESEARCH STRENGTHS

• Cybersecurity and Resilience

• Complex Systems and Networks

• Energy and Sustainability

• Autonomous Systems

• Healthcare Applications

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley, Interim, Dean College of Engineering

North Carolina A&T State University

1101 East Market Street

Martin ERIC Complex, Suite 435

Greensboro, NC 27411

Phone: 336.285.2640 • Fax: 336.334.7540

Email: luster@ncat.edu Website: www.ncat.edu/coe

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The College of Engineering at N.C. A&T develops leaders and innovators.

Prairie View A&M University

INSTITUTION

Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) is the second oldest public institution of higher education in the state of Texas. Founded in 1876, the land- grant university is a part of the Texas A&M University System. The university’s main campus is located at the city of Prairie View approximately 40 miles northwest of Houston. There are also two outreach campuses within the city limits of Houston. The university’s enrollment now exceeds 9,000, including more than 2,000 graduate students. PVAMU offers baccalaureate degrees in 50 academic majors, 37 master’s degrees and four doctoral degree programs through nine colleges and schools. During the university’s 140-year history, some 71,000 academic degrees have been awarded.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The Roy G. Perry College of Engineering offers six ABET accredited undergraduate programs, four master’s degrees, and one Ph.D. degree. The college is a unique community of students, faculty, staff and scholars dedicated to the advancement, sharing and communication of knowledge in the fields of engineering, computer science and engineering technology. Housed in a six-building engineering complex on the Prairie View A&M main campus, the most highly focused component of the college is student learning. Undergraduate and graduate programs are structured for discovery, applied learning, interpretation and the communication of learning through shared interactive courses and laboratories designed to engage students and faculty alike. The College prepares students to become dedicated and productive members of society. The College receives about $12M funded projects annually from governmental agencies and private sectors. The College enrolls more than 1,600 students; about 15% of them are graduate students.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Chemical Engineering

• Civil Engineering

• Computer Engineering

• Computer Engineering Technology

• Computer Science

• Electrical Engineering

• Electrical Engineering Technology

• Mechanical Engineering

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Science in Engineering with concentrations in Chemical, Civil, Environmental, and Mechanical Engineering.

• Master of Science in Computer Science

• Master of Science in Computer Information Systems

• Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

• PhD in Electrical Engineering

• Telecommunication, wireless sensor network, and battlefield communication

• Radiation engineering and science for space exploration

• Renewable energy and environmental sustainability

• Nano-composites fabrication, characterization, and testing

• Data processing, image coding, virtual reality, and virtual prototyping

• Thermal science and computational fluid dynamics

• Gulf coast environmental data collection and analysis

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Pamela Holland Obiomon, Dean and Professor

Roy G. Perry College of Engineering

Prairie View A&M University

P.O. Box 519, MS 2500

Prairie View, TX 77446

Email: phobiomon@pvamu.edu

• Phone: 936.261.9907

Website: www.pvamu.edu/engineering/

• Fax: 936.261.9868

Graduate Certification Programs

• Graduate Certification in Deep Learning for Artificial Intelligence

• Graduate Certification in Smart Grid

• Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, high performance computing, cloud computing

• Cyber Security

• Computational Biology

• Smart Grid Technology

• Transportation

• Additive Manufacturing

• Quantum Computing

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A Member of the Texas A&M University System

Southern University and A&M College

Southern University and A&M College is committed to providing high-quality education to its students by actions reflecting a student First approach with inclusion of other constituencies such as Industry, Alumni, and the Community-at-Large.

INSTITUTION

Southern University and A&M College founded in 1880 is a publicly supported, coeducational, land-grant, historically black, comprehensive institution. The Southern University System is the largest HBCU system in the nation. It is composed of five (5) campuses in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport, the Agricultural Research and Extension Center and the Law Center are managed by the Southern University Board of Supervisors. Southern University and A & M College is a Carnegie Masters/Comprehensive level institution with an average enrollment of 7,000 students at the Baton Rouge campus. It offers bachelor’s degrees in 42 areas, 19 master’s, six doctoral, and two associate degrees. During its proud 134 year history the university has maintained its unique status as the “flagship” institution of the only historically black university system in the nation.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Sciences and Engineering provides students with technological skills and opportunities that stimulate professional, educational, and personal growth. The college provides this growth through a diverse faculty and staff that is committed to teaching, research, and service. Students are encouraged to participate in laboratory re search and cooperative education programs that enhance career confidence. They also are encouraged to participate in ongoing research with faculty members that contribute to engineering innovations. The college maintains an atmosphere that enhances the student’s ability to achieve the optimum learning experience. Our environment is collegial and focused on student and workforce needs. Our degree program offerings include nine bachelor’s degree pro grams: biology, chemistry, computer science, physics, electronic engineering technology, civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and mathematics. We offer five master’s degree programs: engineering, computer science, biology, mathematics, and physics. We also offer doctoral degree programs in environmental toxicology and science and math education. The civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET. The computer science program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET. The electronics engineering technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Undergraduate Programs

• Biology

• Chemistry

• Computer Science Physics

• Electronics Engineering Technology

• Civil Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Mechanical Engineering

• Mathematics

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Air Pollution, Solid Wastes

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Engineering

• Master of Science in Computer Science

• Master of Science in Biology

• Master of Science in Math/Physics PHD

• Environmental Toxicology

Pavement Design and Management; Nano Mechanics of Clay Materials

Telecommunications& Computer Network Engineering

Electronic Materials & Processing; Semiconductor Device Fabrication

Advanced Materials; Micro & Nano Technologies

Science/Math Education

Renewable Energy & Energy Optimization; Computational Fluid & Heat Transfer

Operating Systems and Architecture; Algorithms and Theory of Computing

Software Engineering; Digital Data Communications

Database Management and Data Mining

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Patrick Carriere, Dean College of Sciences and Engineering

Suite# 206, P.B.S Pinchback Engineering Building

Southern University and A&M College

Baton Rouge, LA 70813-9969

Email: patrick_carriere@subr.edu

Website: www.subr.edu/cse

• Phone: 225.771.5290

• Fax 225.771.5721

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INSTITUTION

Tennessee State University (TSU) is a comprehensive, urban, coeducational and landgrant university offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees. Founded in 1912, it is located in Nashville, TN, the state capital, and sits on 500 acres near the Cumberland River in a residential neighborhood just 10 minutes northwest of downtown. The university also has a downtown campus in Nashville. Tennessee State University provides 82 majors in eight undergraduate and graduate colleges and schools, and enrolls about 8000 undergraduates and 2000 graduate students.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Engineering is committed to providing the highest quality industry-driven curricula in engineering, technology, computer and mathematical sciences. The college currently provides accredited BS degrees, and graduate degrees in strategic and emerging disciplines for research and working professionals. The graduate programs are supported by advanced laboratories and research centers in fields such as cyber-physical and security systems, sensor and data fusion, control systems, bio informatics, energy systems, and wireless communication. The college currently has funded grants with the Air Force Research Lab, Army Research Office, US Navy, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Transportation, Boeing Company and the National Science Foundation. The college enrolls about 1000 students and produces about 75 graduates annually.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Architectural Engineering

• Civil & Environmental Engineering

• Electrical & Computer Engineering

• Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering

• Aeronautical & Industrial Technology

• Computer Science

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

• Cybersecurity/physical systems

• Sensor and data fusion

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Engineering

• Master of Science in Computer & Information Systems Engineering

• PhD - Engineering & Computational Sciences

• MS Computer Science

• MS Data Science

• Intelligent health monitoring and control systems

• Data and network security

• Wireless communication

• Advanced transportation systems and infrastructure

• Intelligent manufacturing systems and advanced robotics

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Lin Li, Interim Dean

College of Engineering - Torrence Hall

Tennessee State University

3500 John Merritt Blvd• Nashville, TN 37209

Phone: 615.963.5401 • Fax: 615.963.5397

Email: lli1@tnstate.edu • Website: www.tnstate.edu/engineering

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‘’Excellence is our habit”
are challenged and committed to providing the highest quality industry-drive curricula in Engineering, Technology , and Computer Science...to meet the growing demand for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) professionals in industry, government, and entrepreneurship.

A student-centered comprehensive doctoral university with higher research activity (R2) committed to ensuring equality, offering innovative programs that are responsive to global challenges, and transforming diverse students into lifelong learners, engaged citizens, and creative leaders

INSTITUTION

Texas Southern University (TSU) is a student-centered comprehensive doctoral university with high research activity committed to ensuring equality, offering innovative programs that are responsive to global challenges, and transforming diverse students into lifelong learners, engaged citizens, and creative leaders. TSU offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in 12 academic colleges and schools. It is staffed by approximately 1,000 faculty members and support personnel. More than 9,500 students, representing ethnically and culturally diverse backgrounds, are currently enrolled at the university. It is one of the nation’s preeminent comprehensive urban universities recognized by the excellence of our programs, the quality of our instruction, and our innovative research. We are committed to being a contributing partner to our community, state, nation, and world.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Science, Engineering and Technology (COSET) is dedicated to integrating sciences and contemporary technologies, through education, scholarly activities, and community service; meeting the needs of a diverse graduate and undergraduate student population while addressing critical urban issues within a global economy. Our College is a vibrant and creative place to pursue many fields of study in the following nine academic departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental & Interdisciplinary Sciences, Industrial Technologies, Mathematics, Physics, and Transportation Studies & Aviation Science and Technology. COSET has various undergraduate and graduate programs including a Ph.D. program in Environmental & Interdisciplinary Sciences. Moreover, we have various research centers, Special Academic and Research Programs, and over 40 research and teaching laboratories. There are also two new state-of-the art facilities where our faculty and students participate in scholarly activities such as teaching, critical learning, and scientific research in an exemplary diverse cultural environment.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Undergraduate Student Degrees

• BS in Biology

• BS in Chemistry

• BS in Computer Science

• BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering

• BS in Civil Engineering

• BS in Electrical Engineering Technology

• BS in Computer Engineering Technology

• BS in Civil Engineering Technology

• BS in Aviation Science Management

• BS in Maritime Transportation, Management and Security

• BS in Physics

• BS in Mathematics

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Research Centers

Center for Research on Complex Networks

Center for Transportation, Training and Research

Environmental Research Technology Transfer Center

High Performance Computing Center

Innovative Transportation Research Institute

Center for Philosophy, Religious, and Socinian Studies

Houston National Summer Transportation Institute

POINT OF CONTACT

Wei Wayne Li, Ph. D. & Acting Dean

College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Chemical Engineering

• Master of Electrical Engineering

• Master of Mechanical Engineering

• Master of Materials Science and Engineering

• PhD in Materials Science and Engineering

Special Academic and Research Programs

Innovative Transportation Research Institute

Characterization, Dynamics and Biological Impact of Indoor Airborne Dust Exposure

Characterization of Bio-Molecular Response to Environmental Stress

Houston Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Science Technology and Enhancement Program

Interim Chair and Professor, Computer Science Department

Texas Southern University

3100 Cleburne Street, Houston, TX 77004

Voice: 713-313-7007 | Email: Wei.Li@tsu.edu

Website: http://crest.tsu.edu and http://coset.tsu.edu

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INSTITUTION

Tuskegee University is a national, independent and coeducational institution that has a historically unique relationship with the State of Alabama, indeed the Nation and the World. At its core, the University prepares students academically, both graduate, professional and undergraduate, for insertion into a world driven by technology, an interdependent political landscape, and a society of complexity that needs solutions to challenging problems. The University has distinctive strengths in the sciences, architecture, business, engineering and health, all structured on solid foundations in the liberal arts. The University’s programs focus on nurturing the development of high-order technical, scientific, intellectual, moral and ethical qualities in students. Also stressed is the connection between education and the qualities of leadership that graduates must manifest, especially for the 21st Century workforce and beyond. We seek students whose technical, scientific and professional qualities are rigorously honed, and people whose spirits are sensitively oriented in ways that make them committed to go beyond self-centered competence to excellence and service to others.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The College of Engineering, is regarded premier for its production of exceptionally prepared graduates ready to perform with a broad educational background. The College provides an academic portfolio through the disciplines of engineering to engage students in envisioning learning excellence, research and exploration, and service to the nation and the global community. The College is programmed for excellence with the context of Booker T. Washington, the innovation of George Washington Carver and the mettle of the Tuskegee Airmen, armed with facilities, professional faculty and staff and the resources that support public/ private funding as demonstrated by its Partners and Friends. Graduate programs explore new frontiers for solutions that support global issues. Accredited undergraduate programs have become a tradition for students to enter and complete post-secondary/graduate studies in engineering.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Aerospace Science Engineering

• Chemical Engineering

• Computer Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Mechanical Engineering

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Chemical Engineering

• Master of Electrical Engineering

• Master of Mechanical Engineering

• Master of Materials Science and Engineering

• PhD in Materials Science and Engineering

Aerospace: aerodynamics - flight simulation - human interface - aeronautics - manufacturing.

Chemical: bio-fluidics/fuels/chemical - corrosion - environmental - water and wastewater - modeling.

Electrical: electronic warfare -systems engineering -smart grid- adaptive networks - cybersecurity.

Mechanical: fatigue/corrosion - membranes - robotics - metallurgy - indoor air quality/flood abatement.

Materials Science: characterization - nano-materials - performance/nondestructive evaluation.

POINT OF CONTACT

Heshmat Aglan, Ph.D., P.E., Dean and Professor College of Engineering

200 Luther Foster Hall

Tuskegee, AL 36088

Phone: 334.727.8081

Email: aglanh@mytu.tuskegee.edu

• aglan@tuskegee.edu

Website: www.tuskegee.edu/programs-courses/colleges-schools/coe

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Tuskegee University engineering students are provided with a sound technical foundation that employs the latest techniques and enables them to pursue competitive careers in their disciplines.

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UDC serves the technological needs of society, with special emphasis on the DC metropolitan area, with a mission to create an academic environment that supports success through constant improvement. The school’s focus is on learning, research, service founded on critical thinking, innovation, individual responsibility, teamwork, and leadership.

INSTITUTION

The University of the District of Columbia is a pacesetter in urban education that offers affordable and effective undergraduate, graduate, professional and workplace learning opportunities. The institution is the premier gateway to postsecondary education and research for all residents of the District of Columbia. As a public, land-grant institution, the university’s responsibility is to build a diverse generation of competitive, civically engaged scholars and leaders. As the nation’s only urban land-grant institution, the University’s mission is to foster the education, critical thinking and intellectual growth of its students, and the creation and application of new knowledge and the effective engagement with the surrounding world.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) offers nationally competitive and fully accredited professional programs at the baccalaureate to the doctoral level. These programs enable immediate employment upon graduation or for continuation for advanced level studies. SEAS offers strong, ABET accredited Bachelor’s degree programs in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Computer Science. SEAS also offers Bachelor’s degree programs in Computer Engineering, Cybersecurity and Information Technology. Among graduate degrees we offer master’s degree programs in Computer Science, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and awarded our first Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering degrees in December 2022.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Undergraduate Programs

• B.S. in Biomedical Engineering

• B.S. in Civil Engineering

• B.S. in Computer Engineering

• B.S. in Electrical Engineering

• B.S. in Mechanical Engineering

• B.S. in Computer Science

• B.S. in Cybersecurity

• B.S. in Information Technology

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

Graduate Programs

• M.S. in Civil Engineering

• M.S. in Computer Science

• M.S. in Electrical Engineering

• M.S. in Mechanical Engineering

• Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering with Specializations in Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science

Research capabilities include Cybersecurity, Cloud Computing Information Assurance, High Performance Computing, Wireless and Sensor Networks, Computational Intelligence, Robotics & Autonomous Systems, Mechatronics, Energy Conversion, Modeling and Simulation, Advanced Manufacturing, Product Design, Nanotechnology, Thermal Science, Optical Engineering, Renewable Energy, Rehabilitation Engineering and Bio-assisted devices, Structural Engineering, Intelligent Transportation System, Water Resources Engineering, and Construction Engineering. The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has NSF CREST Center for Nanotechnology Research and Education, NASA Center for Advanced Manufacturing in Space Technology & Research at UDC-CAM-STAR, DOE Consortium on Advanced Manufacturing and Post processing, NIST Program of Professional Research in Advanced Technology; and NIH-STAR Center for Assistive Rehabilitation for setting up research infrastructure.

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Devdas Shetty, Ph.D., P.E., Dean

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

University of the District of Columbia

4200 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008

Phone: 202.274.5220 • Fax: 202.274.5520; 2

Email: Devdas.shetty@udc.edu Website: www.udc.edu/seas

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INSTITUTION

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES), the State’s Historically Black 1890 Land Grant Institution, is a teaching, research, and doctoral institution that nurtures and launches leaders in a student-centered environment. Committed to providing high-quality programs in an ethnically diverse environment, the University prepares students who will serve and shape the global economy.

COLLEGE/SCHOOL OVERVIEW

The School’s programs, which encompass business, engineering, and technology, are organized administratively into Departments of The Built Environment; Engineering and Aviation Sciences; Computer Science and Engineering Technology; Business, Management and Accounting; and Hospitality and Tourism Management. The faculty members within the school are actively engaged in funded research and educational projects; many of which involve undergraduate students.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Undergraduate Degrees

• B.S. in Biomedical Engineering

• B.S. in Engineering

• B.S. in Aviation Science

• B.S. in Accounting

• B.S. in Business Administration

• B.S. in Finance

• B.S. in Marketing

• B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management

• B.S. in PGA Golf Management

• B.S. in Computer Science

RESEARCH

• B.S. in Construction Management Technology

• B.S. in Engineering Technology

• B.S. in Technology and Engineering Education

Graduate Degrees

• Ph.D. in Applied Computing and Engineering

• M.S. in Applied Computer Science

• M.S. in Data Science and Analytics Engineering

• M.S. in Electrical and Mechatronics Engineering

• M.S. in Cybersecurity Engineering Technology

• M.Ed. in Career and Technology Education

Aerial Imaging and Remote Sensing, Biofuels, Renewable Energy, Adaptive Radar Sensor Imaging, Structural Health Monitoring, UAV Design and Testing, Cyber-Physical Systems, Digital and Statistical Signal Processing, Wireless Communication Systems, Radar and Sonar, Bioimaging/Biomedical Imaging, and Sensor Networks.

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Derrek B. Dunn, Dean

School of Business and Technology

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

30665 Student Services Center

Princess Anne, MD 21853

Phone: 410.651.6067

Email: ddunn@umes.edu Website: https://wwwcp.umes.edu/sbt/

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As a public 1890 land-grant Historically Black University that embraces diversity, UMES is committed to serving first-generation and under-served students and providing educational, research, and community engagement opportunities to transform the lives of its students who will impact the state, region, and the world.

INSTITUTION

Virginia State University (VSU) was founded in 1882 in Petersburg, Virginia. It is one of Virginia’s two land-grant institutions and was the first state-supported four-year institution of higher learning for Black Americans in the U.S. With a current student population of approximately 4600, VSU offers fifty undergraduate and graduate degree programs, two doctoral degree programs, and seven certificate programs. Students study and conduct researches in one of the seven colleges: the College of Agriculture; the Reginald E Lewis College of Business; the College of Education; the College of Engineering and Technology; The College of Humanities and Social Sciences; the College of Natural and Health Sciences; and the College of Graduate Studies.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

The College of Engineering and Technology is focused on solving tough problems. The College defines success as the growth and discovery of fundamental knowledge and the movement of these ideas and results from the laboratory to the real world. The goal is to transform communities by attracting and retaining key industries, enhancing economic development, and creating jobs. Our research helps companies improve their products and services for items as diverse as jet engines, copiers, and cutting tools. The College aligns resources and capabilities to the workforce needs of local, regional, and national economies.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science

• Computer Engineering

• Manufacturing Engineering

• Computer Science

• Information Logistics Technology

• Mechanical Engineering Technology

• Electronics Engineering Technology

• Mathematics

• Economics

Graduate Degrees

• Master of Science in Computer Science

• Master of Science in Mathematics

• Masters of Art in Economics

RESEARCH INITIATIVES AND CAPABILITIES

• Data Analytics, Multimedia Data Mining, Machine Learning, Block chain Technology

• CyberSecurity

• Additive Manufacturing/ Machining, Cyber-Physical Manufacturing, Nano-manufacturing Process and Technology

• Robotics and Autonomous System

• Human Computer Interaction

• Enterprise Systems and Logistics, ERP Integration Analytics and Business intelligence

ORGANIZING UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS

Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (http://www.ccam-va.com)

Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (http://www.ccals.com)

POINT OF CONTACT

Dr. Dawit Haile, Dean College of Engineering and Technology Virginia State University

Phone: 804.524.1141

Fax: 804.524.6949

Email: dhaile@vsu.edu

Website: http://www.cet.vsu.edu/index.php

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Graduates from VSU’s College of Engineering and Technology will be ready, relevant, and responsive to changing of our global society.

2023 AMIE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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16. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

17. Tuskegee University

18. University of Maryland Eastern Shore

19. University of the District of Columbia

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE:

1. Ted Childs - Ted Childs, LLC

2. Dean’ Council – Dean Joyce Shirazi, Hampton University

LEGACY MEMBERS:

1. Dr. Eugene DeLoatch

2. Dr. Tyrone Taborn

AMIE Executive Director (Ex-Officio) - Veronica L. Nelson

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Abbott 2. Apple 3. The Boeing Company 4. Boston Scientific Corporation 5. Career Communications Group 6. Corning Incorporated 7. General Motors Company 8. IBM Corporation 9. Lockheed Martin Corporation 10. Microsoft Corporation The MITRE Corporation Northrop Grumman Corporation Optum Oracle Corporation RTX

PARTNERS

Abbott Laboratories

http://www.abbott.com

The Aerospace Corporation https://aerospace.org/

Apple https://www.apple.com

General Dynamics IT https://www.gdit.com

GE Healthcare (GE) https://www.ge.com

General Motors https://www.gm.com/

Blue Origin https://www.blueorigin.com/ Google https://careeers.gogle.com

The Boeing Company http://www.boeing.com HP Inc. www.hp.com

Boston Scientific http://www.bostonscientific. com/

Capital One https://campus.capitalone

Career Communications Group

http://www.ccgmag.com

Corning Incorporated www.corning.com/worldwide/en.html

Deloitte www.deloitte.com

DigiFlight https://www.digiflight.com/

IBM Corporation http://www.ibm.com

Idaho National Laboratory https://inl.gov/

Intel http://www.intel.com

Jacobs https://www.jacobs.com/

KBR https://www.kbr.com/en

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power https://www.ladwp.com

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PARTNERS

Leidos

http://www.leidos.com

Lockheed Martin Corporation

http://www.lockheedmartin. com

Microsoft Corporation

https://www.microsoft.com/ en-us/diversity

The MITRE Corporation

http://www.mitre.org

Nasa

https://www.nasa.gov/

National Security Agency

http://www.nsa.gov

Northrop Grumman Corporation

http://www.northropgrumman. com

Purdue University

http://www.purdue.edu

RTX

https://www.rtx.com

Qurate Retail Group

https://www.qurateretailgroup.com/

Sandia Research Laboratory

https://www.sandia.gov/

SpaceX http://www.spacex.com

Texas Instruments

https://www.tva.com

Textron http://www.ti.com

U.S. Air Force Research Labs

https://teamafrl.afciviliancareers.com/

Optum

https://careers.unitedhealthgroup. com/early-careers/programs

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

https://www.usace.army.mil

Oracle Corporation

http://www.oracle.com

Penn State Applied Research Lab

http://www.arl.psu.edu

U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command

https://www.army.mil/devcom

ZoomInfo

http://www.zoominfo.com

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ADVANCING MINORITIES’ INTEREST IN ENGINEERING (AMIE) www.amiepartnerships.org

CEO ACTION FOR DIVERSITY & INCLUSION www.ceoaction.com

WHITE HOUSE INITIATIVE ON HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES https://sites.ed.gov/whhbcu/

Booklet Revisions Contact: Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE)

Veronica L. Nelson

executive_director@amiepartnerships.org

Printed October 2023 MVLE Inc.

Kenan Aden kenan@mvle.org www.mvle.org

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