The National Technical Association held its 91st Annual Conference at Coppin State University, Baltimore, MD from September 25-27, 2019. Founded in 1925, the NTA is the oldest minority technical organization in the United States. This year’s conference, titled “Preparing the Next Generation of Technical Leaders for the New Global Economy,” featured panel discussions, workshops, seminars and presentations by professionals as well as students.
On September 26th, Richard Damoah (618/MSU) received a Samuel R. Cheevers Distinguished Service Award, which "honors and recognizes an individual nonmember or member of the NTA who has distinguished him/herself recently by significant technical achievements or contributions. ..." (NTA 2019 Program). For more information on the NTA, visit http://www.ntaonline.org/.
GESTAR congratulates Dr. Damoah on this recognition!
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