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The Golden Torch Awards (GTA) recognizes excellence among technical professionals, corporate, government and academic leaders, and university and pre-college students. These awards illustrate the possibilities that can be cultivated through support and responsibility. The proceeds of GTA are used to create college scholarships for gifted high school students. Nominations for the 17th Annual National Society of Black Engineers Golden Torch Awards are now open. Click here to apply. For FAQs about the applications process click here.
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#NSBE2013 Photo Recap
NSBE's 39th Annual Convention in Indianapolis recorded the second-highest attendance, with more than 8,200 registrants checking in. The largest attended convention remains Orlando, with more than 9,600 attendees. Roland S. Martin, former CNN contributor and TVOne host drew standing room only crows to the Opening Session on Wednesday, which was sponsored by the United Technologies Corporation. At the Golden Torch Awards ceremony on Saturday, the United States Military Academy was honored for an historic accomplishment in diversity. During the Convention, eight African-American professors of West Point’s Department of Mathematical Sciences received NSBE’s Dr. Janice A. Lumpkin Educator of the Year honor on behalf of their department. No other college or university math department in the country has as many African-American professors.
NSBE Jr. Chapter Takes 1st Place
The Metro Warriors STEM NSBE Jr. Chapter won 1st place in the middle school division at the Ten80 Student Racing Challenge: NASCAR STEM Initiative™ held at the Max Dragway in Concord, NC on May 18. Representing Region II, the Metro Warriors also placed 1st for team presentation. The Ten80 Student Racing Challenge: NASCAR STEM Initiative™ is a league in which middle and high school students* practice the art of being professionals. Young men and women, supported by a community of mentors and educators, collaborate and compete in ways that mirror business & marketing executives, engineers, technicians, green transportation designers and professional motor-sports teams. For more information on the Ten80 Student Racing Challenge: NASCAR STEM Initiative™ click here.
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