Alumni Hall of Fame inductees are past winners of
some of the most prestigious science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) honors awarded during the annual BEYA STEM
Global Competitiveness Conference, the Women of Color STEM Conference, and the
Minorities in Research Science (MiRS) Conference.
These men and women are among the most influential technical professionals in America. They were originally nominated by their
peers for various awards and receive additional recognition for continued contributions to STEM fields.
of Fame Award
The Coin given to each inductee is accompanied by a
narrative that requires the recipient to continue his or her impact on and
inspiration of others. Read the story of the coin and consider nominating
a deserving colleague, student, teacher, or friend for one of CCG’s prestigious
2000 Black Engineer of the Year Dr.Mark Dean helped develop the personal computer.
Irene Hernandez is an IBM master inventor.
Walt Braithwaite, the 1995 Black Engineer of the Year, was critical to building the Boeing 777.