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CORPORATE ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

$1,250 ExxonMobil Scholarship Awards

Presented by:
Erika Anderson
Reliability Engineer, Asset Improvement Group
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company

DDEP’s corporate partners recognize students who demonstrate the type of competence prized by industry and the potential to advance the values and guiding principles of the corporation.

*Note: All student year-in-school classifications were for the Spring 2020 semester.

Winner:
Caleb Baines
Sophomore, Morehouse College
Engineering Focus: Computer Engineering

Winner:
Taylor Beverly
Freshman, Spelman College
Major: Chemistry
Engineering Focus: Chemical Engineering

AWARDEE PROFILES 

CALEB BAINES

CALEB BAINES

Junior, Morehouse College
Major: General Science
Engineering Focus: Computer Engineering
Hometown: Flint, Michigan

Caleb Baines is a junior at Morehouse College, majoring in general science and a minor in mathematics with a dual degree focus in computer engineering. Caleb is a native of Flint, Michigan. His goal is to one day work in the technology field combining software and hardware engineering. In his time at Morehouse College, Caleb serves as the public relations chair of the AUC National Society of Black Engineers. He also works as the skillmaster and is a founding member of the MakeWay Engineering Club, where he facilitates the training of members through hosting workshops as well as maintaining a website. Some of his work experience includes a software engineering internship at Google, there he worked on the Google Flights team developing testing infrastructure. Caleb is a recipient of the Dual Degree Shining Star Award, Freshman Member of the Year for National Society of Black Engineers, and MakeWay Leadership award.

TAYLOR BEVERLY

Taylor Beverly is a junior at Spelman College, majoring in chemistry with a dual degree focus in chemical engineering. A Lanham, Maryland native, Taylor has stood out during her academic career, garnering honors such as the Spelman Academic Scholarship, the George Alden Scholarship, the Legacy and the Leaders Scholarship. She is a Myerhoff Scholar and served as captain of the Ron Brown Scholarship Leaders Network. She has conducted research at Johns Hopkins University, where she studied the amorphization in crystals and has been chosen to conduct research this summer at Stanford University. She has also served as a math and science tutor. Taylor has assumed a number of leadership and co-curricular roles, including serving as president of the Spelman College First Year Council, treasurer of the National Society of Black Engineers, a student ambassador, and a member of the Mahogany in Motion Dance Team. 

TAYLOR BEVERLY

Freshman, Spelman College
Major: Chemistry
Engineering Focus: Chemical Engineering