Carlotta A. berryDr. Lawrence J. Jacollet Endowed Course in Electrical and Computer Engineering, PhD, was recognized as one of the recipients of Indiana’s 2022 Women of Influence Award. Indianapolis Business Journal For being a statewide leader in education, business, law and public service.
Berry was one of four winners featured on the cover of the Influential Women issue and was named one of this year’s 21 winners at a special recognition event in Indianapolis on Thursday, October 27. I joined the winners.
“We are thrilled to honor them as part of our 16th The reason we hold our Influential Women class every year is not only because of the amazing work they do for their companies and organizations, but also because of the community, mentors and trailblazers they give to other women. I am also impressed by their tenacity and passion,” said Nate Feltman, CEO of IBJ Media and IBJ Publisher, of Berry and this year’s other winners. .
Berry was recognized for his achievements as an academic and professional engineer and his efforts to support, encourage, and mentor future STEM professionals, including those in engineering and robotics minorities.
A member of the Rose-Hulman faculty since 2006, Berry brings his technical expertise and interest in mobile robotics to the classroom. The Giacoletto Endowed Chair has enabled her to demonstrate excellence and innovation in interdisciplinary robotics teaching, research and outreach.
Berry is currently co-director of Rose-Hulman’s interdisciplinary robotics program. The program offers students the opportunity to earn a minor in robotics to recognize their experience and knowledge in robotics-related materials. Her work as an Open Source Hardware Association Trailblazer Fellows enables Rose-Hulman students to create a low-cost open source mobile her robot her platform that can be used for outreach, teaching and research.
Her role as a mentor includes Berry, who helped launch the Black In Engineering and Black In Robotics organizations to raise awareness of systemic racism in STEM and build community and connections among higher education allies. It is included. She also founded the education consulting firm NoireSTEMinist, offering workshops to make the robotics and engineering career fields more accessible and engaging for people of all ages and backgrounds. Berry makes her media presence on international socials following regular videos on robotics and engineering, such as her popular Kitchen Table Circuits series, which teaches basic electrical circuit concepts using household items. Developed.
At Rose-Hulman, Berry co-founded the Building Undergraduate Diversity (RoseBUD) program. The program encourages students from marginalized and underrepresented groups to pursue her STEM career.
The Women of Influence Award is the latest recognition Berry has received for her academic and outreach efforts. She received the Distinguished Engineering Educator Award from the Society of Women Engineers, her 2023 Undergraduate Teaching Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, and her 2022 Distinguished Educator Award from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE). Awarded. She is also her ASEE Fellow, is listed in robohub.org’s 30 Women in Robotics You Need to Know, is one of INSIGHT Into Diversity’s Inspiring Women in STEM, and has a college education participating in open source hardware. She is also one of the first group of people. The association’s new Trailblazer Fellows program.
Learn more about Berry’s professional background and undergraduate activities at www.rose-hulman.edu/academics/faculty/berry-carlotta-berry123.html.