Alumnus Named Black Engineer of the Year

Alumnus Named Black Engineer of the Year

Alumnus Named Black Engineer of the Year

Christopher T. Jones
Christopher T. Jones

Clark School aerospace engineering alumnus Christopher T. Jones will be honored with a Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) at the 2012 BEYA STEM Global Competitiveness Conference in February. Jones received his Ph.D. in 1997 from the Clark School.

Jones, who is vice president and general manager of integrated logisitics and modernization at Northrop Grumman, is being honored in the career achievement category. The award recognizes significant achievements in engineering in industry or government. As a doctoral student at the Clark School, he was honored with a BEYA in student leadership.

The conference and awards are hosted by Lockheed Martin, the Council of Historically Black Colleges and Universities Engineering Deans, and US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine.

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