Young alumna endows scholarship in honor of father
Dr. Joy Johnson didn’t grow up dreaming about becoming an engineer. But she did grow up with a father who taught her to give back what she can to other people.
Daniel receives STEM Educator of the Year Award
Angelitha Daniel, director of Minority Engineering Programs (MEP) in the College of Engineering at NC State University, received the STEM Educator of the Year Award from STEM RTP at its annual STEMmy Awards ceremony on May 22, 2019.
Ph.D. graduate balances research, minority mentorship — and wins game show
Four years out of her Ph.D. program at NC State, Dr. Makita Phillips is forging her own, unique path toward making impactful, accessible change.
MAE student selected as university commencement speaker
After five years of experiencing actual seasons, participating in open-mic and poetry nights and enjoying the many outdoor activities Raleigh has to offer, Yasmine Connor will be checking one of her greatest accomplishments off her list: graduating from NC State. And quite frankly, going out with a bang, as she prepares to be the student speaker representing all her peers at the university graduation ceremony May 13th at the PNC Arena.
Director of Minority Engineering Programs in the College of Engineering: Angelitha Daniel
Angelitha Daniel has been working with the Minority Engineering Program (MEP) since June of 2003. Learn her views on the need for diversity and inclusion in the university setting.
Minority Engineering Programs continue to grow
Young alumnus commemorates her MEP roots
Brooke Wages gives back to the program that gave so much to her: the College’s Minority Engineering Programs.
EMC gift benefits MEP programs
EMC Corp. has contributed $5,000 to the Minority Engineering Programs at North Carolina State University that will help the College of Engineering recruit, retain and graduate African-American, Native American, and Hispanic engineering students.