Science & Technology

NASA, Women in Power, Students and Entrepreneurs Convene for AABE National Conference in Charlotte, May 5-8

The tradition continues, as the historical American Association of Blacks (AABE) in Energy national planning team, prepares to convene in Charlotte, North Carolina for the 38th Annual Conference entitled “Energy: Empowering a Generation – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond.” AABE is a 37-year premier national association of energy professionals founded and dedicated to ensure the input …

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Invent/Empower: Women in Engineering Summit 2015 Hosted by the Office of Student Affairs, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering

Anita Farrington, Associate Dean of Student Affairs at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, is committed to fueling the STEM pipeline for future generations. Always launching new programming initiatives for her engineering students, Farrington hosted the 4th annual Women in Engineering Summit, with the theme of “Invent/Empower”. The room is bustling with students, seasoned professional women, …

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SUSAN TAYLOR: A NEW WAY FORWARD

Continuing to stay “In The Spirit” and still shaping new worlds for many, the elegant Susan Taylor takes time to sit with the Harlem times.  Highly recognized across the world stage for her inspirational monthly editorials for over 30 years, Ms. Taylor, the High-priestess in Black media was a dominating force.  Indeed, she still reigns …

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The Harlem Times Honors Nadege Dady, TouroCOM’s First Female Dean for Woman’s History Month

Dr. Nadege Dady is delighted about her appointment as Dean of Student Affairs at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) making her the first female dean at the college. It also makes her the first African-American dean since the school’s creation in 2007. She moved into the new position in February, just six short months …

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LeaDNA — Marketing at the Speed of Thought

Raz Choudhury is the founder of LeaDNA, a one-package marketing automation and sales CRM software that streamlines email marketing, social media management, content marketing, and direct mail marketing. Based out of NYC, Raz brings close to 20 years of experience in the IT field.  From acting as an Advisory IT Specialist at multiple firms and …

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Enter the STEM Generation; Rebooting Black American Culture for the 21st Centur

This is not a criticism, it is an observation.  Black folks toward the end of the 20th century, the post-WWII Baby Boomers who came of age in the Civil Rights era (and I’m one of them), had an extraordinary capacity to rise above any challenge. We also had a brilliant and fearless cadre of local …

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Brigadier General Patrick W. Burden from Picatinny Arsenal on Leadership and Careers in the Military

As the Joint Center of Excellence for Armaments and Munitions for the Department of Defense, Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey is responsible for the research, development, acquisition, and life cycle management of advanced conventional weapon systems and advanced ammunition. Brigadier General Patrick W. Burden is a member of the Army Acquisition Corps at Picatinny Arsenal, responsible for the …

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An Interview with Anita Farrington Associate Dean of Student Affairs at the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering

Harlem Times had the pleasure to sit down with Ms. Anita Farrington, and what follows are some of the gems she shared with us. How long have you held the position of Associate Dean of Student Affairs?  I have been in this position for about four years, but my career in student affairs, and higher …

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MTA Small Business Graduation Ceremony

On January 30, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) awarded 45 small construction companies certificates of completion at their first ever Small Business Mentoring Program (SBMP) graduation. The SBMP is a two-tier program that provides in-class and on-site training for small construction companies by helping eligible minority, women-owned and disadvantaged businesses become prime MTA contractors and …

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