US Black Engineer HBCU Engineering
Deans Jobs Issue

Organizations that recognize employees at the annual BEYA STEM Conference and support Historically Black College and University Engineering Schools view the USBE&IT Deans Jobs issue as a must. This issue is the place to showcase employees and best practices of the many corporations that actively recruit HBCU graduates and support HBCU STEM programs. This magazine has a bonus circulation at the HBCU Engineering Deans Event with employers during the BEYA STEM Conference.


Despite considerable progress over the past couple of decades for underrepresented minority groups and women earning bachelor's degrees in engineering and computer fields, the gap in educational attainment between young minorities and whites continues to be wide. The percentage of the population ages 25-29 with bachelor's or higher degrees was 19% for blacks, 12% for Hispanics, and 37% for whites.

Our Magazines:

  • Are distributed to 300 colleges and universities, including Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) and the Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs)
  • Reach 67% of all enrolled science and engineering minority students
  • Reach 8,000 professionals, including community and corporate leaders


Advertising Close Date:        May 15, 2020   

Why Advertise?

  • Bonus Circulation during HBCU Engineering Deans' Power Breakfast and BEYA STEM Conference
  • Reach a circulation base of 15,000
  • Recruit HBCU STEM graduates

Editorial Features

  • Top Supporters of HBCU Engineering Schools
  • ABET-accredited HBCU Engineering School profiles
  • Hall of Fame Inductees

Upcoming Events:

Women of Color STEM Conference
October 8-10, 2020
Detroit, MI


BEYA STEM Conference
February 11-13, 2021
Washington, DC

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