An Evening with Roy Moye III: Black History Month & Engineers Week Keynote Speaker

Join us for our College of Engineering keynote presentation for Black History Month with Roy Moye III. Roy will be sharing some of his experiences at Wichita State and will be available for students to ask him questions about his career and passion for helping others succeed. Students who attend will be entered to win an Amazon Echo Show 8.

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Roy is an enthusiastic advocate for STEM and has a passion for sharing the importance of this career field to the next generation. Roy earned a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Mathematics at Wichita State University. After completing his degree, he began working for Spirit AeroSystems as a Structural Design Engineer where he currently designs airplane parts for the Boeing 777 Sustaining Program. Throughout his collegiate and professional journey, Roy has worked and volunteered with and for several STEM organizations and initiatives, served as the Region 5 Chairperson of the National Society of Black Engineers, and empowered many black and brown engineering students as they pursued their degrees. 

Thursday, February 25, 2021


Jacob Mendez