INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION RECOGNIZES TITLE III PHD FELLOW
Rodward Hewlin won for his paper titled "Development of a Capacitance Based Void Fraction Sensor for Two-Phase Flow Measurements."
HBGI Program Activities
Producing Ph.D.s in the College of Engineering
The College of Engineering is using funds to increase the number of native Black Americans earning a Ph.D. degree in engineering through a program of financial assistance. Fellowships, scholarships and services to students are award to ensure academic success and successful completion of the degree in one of the four doctoral areas—electrical and computer engineering, industrial and systems engineering, mechanical engineering, and computational science and engineering.
Activity Director: Dr. Bala Ram
Phone: (336) 334-7589
Strengthening the Energy & Environmental Systems Ph.D. Program
The College of Arts and Sciences is using funds to enhance and strengthen the research infrastructure in various interdisciplinary research laboratories. This activity is also using funds to support native Black American earning a Ph.D. degree in this science related area.
Activity Director: Dr. Keith Schimmel
Phone: (336) 285-2334
This activity is responsible for the monitoring, evaluation, and fulfilling all reporting requirements of the activities and to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and University policies and procedures as required by the U.S. Department of Education.
Activity Director: Ms. Willetta Stamp
Phone: (336) 256-2018