EECS Department Advisory Council (DAC)

The EECS Department Advisory Council (DAC) includes representatives of stakeholders in industry, academia, government, consulting companies, and our alumni. DAC members will contribute knowledge, experience and resources to advance our academic programs. DAC members are chosen by the EECS Department Chair via department faculty recommendations for a three-year renewable term. The total DAC membership will be eight to ten members to cover all aspects of the profession and represent various constituencies of the department.

EECS Department Advisory Council Members

Henry Cobb, P.E.
Operations and Engineering Manager
SDG&E | Northeast C & O

Colette M. De La Barre, Ph.D.
Director of Engineering, BDS Autonomous Systems Division
The Boeing Company

Torrance Fennell, Ph.D.
Business Development Manager
Cisco Systems, Inc.

Kimberly Greene Starks
Global University Programs - Technology Strategy and Infrastructure
IBM Corporation

Harold Javid, Ph.D.
University Relations Lead
Microsoft Corporation

Adam Levy
Senior Vice President, IT & Network Engineering
Intelsat Corporation

Jeena Park
Engineering Campus Recruitment
Bloomberg L.P.

Jerry Pullen
Sales Executive, Population Health
Cerner Corporation

Walter A. Roper
Technical Manager, Scalable Performance CPU Development Group
Intel Corporation

Wanda L. Scott
Chief Learning Officer
Simple Technology Solutions, Inc.

Badou Tounkara
Head of Technology for Fraud Operations, Machine Learning and Innovation
J.P. Morgan Chase

Vikram Vemulapalli
Engineering Manager
Intel Corporation

Lisa Walls-Chandler
Region Engineering & Verification
Amazon Web Services

Gregory West
Engineering Manager
Northrop Grumman

News

Professor Charles Kim Receives 2019 VIP Consortium Award

Thu, December 5, 2019

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Charles Kim received the 2019 VIP Consortium Outstanding Research and Dissemination Award for the Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) program at Howard University (VIP@Howard) for his “creation and leadership of the VIP site at Howard University, his introduction of VIP members of a consortium of HBCUs, and for very thought-provoking papers on VIP”. Dr. Kim currently serves as the VIP@Howard coordinator. Read More >>

Cooley Pays it Forward with Tech 4.0 STEAM Technology Teen Workshop

Fri, September 6, 2019

Computer Science Senior Jasmon Cooley is paying it forward with her non-profit startup Tech 4.0. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Cooley witnessed the absence of engineers and information technology professionals in her environment. She recognized this as a lack of available opportunities and resources. Her goal is to create a pipeline for African American engineering talent, multiplying the number of African American engineers in the United States. Read More >>

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