NSBE Conference Windows Media Skins Demonstrations
March 31, 2006 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David L. Lawrence Convention Center

 

2006 Awards Program
May 5, 2006 Washington, D.C.
Howard University

 

 

 

 

 

 

NSBE Conference Windows Media Skins Demonstrations

KaNisa Williams

Student

Georgia Tech

 

Cedric Coco

General Manager, Engineering Excellence

Microsoft Corporation

 

Dr. Michael Smith

NSBE Deputy Executive Director

 

Howard Baker

Student

Howard University

 

Keith Toussaint

Program Manager, Windows Media Division

Microsoft Corporation

 

Marlon Mejias

Student

George Washington

 

NSBE Students

 

Tyrone Jack

Student

Howard University

 

NSBE Demo Group

(Keith Toussaint, Malcolm Player, Brandon Coates, Howard Baker, Christian Porter, Tonja Alexander, Dr Todd Shurn, and Tyrone Jack.)

 

 

2006 Awards Program

Dean James H. Johnson, Jr., addresses students about the need to produce more African-American Engineers

 

Tonja Alexander, MC, presents KaNisha Williams of Georgia Tech’s skin, “Pop Culture”

 

Brandon Coates, senior Howard University, showcases his team’s skin, “Drum Line”

 

Dr. Todd Shurn talks about the challenges of getting more African Americans involved in Computer Sciences

 

2006 “Howard University Microsoft Windows Media Player” Finalists

 

Spelman College Students, Kayra Hopkins, Nicole Epps, Sara Hazle

 

Marlon Mejias, student at George Washington, presents his team’s skin, “Soca Warriors”

 

Marlon Mejias, student at George Washington

Keith Toussaint of Microsoft congratulates high school student Keith Hammond on being selected as a finalist

Keith Hammond, Melrose High School Student

 

University of Memphis team and Keith Toussaint of Microsoft

 

Todd Shurn, Professor at Howard, congratulates high school student Keith Hammond

 

2nd place winners, Tyrone Jack, Howard Baker, and Brandon Coates

 

“NGAO” winning team, Paul Onakoya, Munyiri Kamau and Chi Owunwanne

 

Keith Toussaint of Microsoft, Munyiri Kamau, Paul Onakoya, Chi Owunwanne and Dr Shurn of Howard University

 

Tonja Alexander, one of few African-American females graduating with a BS in Computer Science