When Lynice Thorpe-Noel left high school in Nashville, North Carolina, on her way to Norfolk State University 30 years ago, her career goal was to be a poet—to perhaps write greeting cards for Hallmark.
In a January ceremony hosted by Maj. Gen. Jason Evans, she became the first woman to be command sergeant major. of the Army’s Human Resources Command at Fort Knox.Continue Reading
Schmider to Speak on Visionary Women Champions of Nonviolence and Peace at UMUC Academic Center Auditorium in Largo, Maryland, March 15
Mary Ellen Heian Schmider culminated a history-making moment when she crossed the stage at the AXICA Congress and Convention Centre adjacent to the Brandenburg Gate in the heart of Berlin on Jan. 28, to present Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel with the 2018 J. William Fulbright Prize for International Understanding. Continue Reading
Ann Darrin is about as much of a pioneer in engineering management as the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft that is now “flying” around the sun or the New Horizons spacecraft that transmitted photographs of Ultima Thule, an object in the Kuiper Belt a billion miles beyond Pluto, on New Year’s Day.
It was the Diversity Visa lottery that helped set University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP) recipient Charles Kolawole’s course for a career in cybersecurity and good fortune. Kolawole, one of the visa-lottery winners in 2006, came into the United States on January 27, 2007, in search of greener pastures and an opportunity to compete on a global stage.Continue Reading