Carlotta A. BerryPhD, Lawrence J. Giacolito Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering, is among the winners of the 2022 Indiana Award for Influential Women by Indianapolis Business Magazine For being statewide leaders in education, business, law, and public service.
Perry is among four award winners who have appeared on the cover of a magazine Women’s Edition of Influencealong with Profile Story, and join the 21 Laureates of the Year at a special recognition event in Indianapolis on Thursday, October 27.
“We are delighted to honor them as part of our 16The tenth The annual Women Influencers category, not only because of the amazing work they do for their companies and organizations but also because of their impact in society and other women as mentors and leaders. “I am inspired by their persistence and passion,” said Nate Feltman, CEO of IBJ Media and IBJ Publisher, of Berry and this year’s other honorees.
Berry has been honored for her achievements in academia and as a professional engineer, along with her efforts to support, encourage and guide future STEM professionals, including the unrepresented minorities in engineering and robotics.
Berry has been a faculty member at Rose-Hulman since 2006, bringing her technical expertise and interests in mobile robotics and promoting robotic interfaces into the classroom. The Giacolito chair It also allowed her to highlight excellence and innovation in interdisciplinary robotics education, research, and outreach.
Perry is currently co-directing Rose Holman Interdisciplinary Robotics Program, which provides students with the opportunity to earn a minor in robotics to learn about their expertise and knowledge of materials related to robotics. Her work as Trailblazer Fellows for the Open Source Hardware Association allows Rose-Hulman Students to create a low-cost, open source mobile robot platform that can be used for outreach, education, and research.
to her The role of the guide Berry has included helping start the Black In Engineering and Black In Robotics foundations that work to spread awareness of systemic racism in STEM, and build community and connection among higher education allies. She also founded an educational consultancy, NoireSTEMinist, to provide workshops to make careers in robotics and engineering more accessible and attractive to people of all ages and backgrounds. Berry developed an international social media following that she follows with regular videos related to robotics and engineering, including her Kitchen Table Circuits series that uses household items to teach basic electrical circuit concepts.
At Rose Holman, Perry co-founded Building a University Diversity Program (RoseBUD)This encourages students from marginalized and disadvantaged groups to pursue STEM careers
The Women of Influence Award is the latest recognition Berry has received for her academic and outreach efforts. I’ve got a Distinguished Engineering Teacher Award from the Society of Women EngineersThe 2023 Undergraduate Teaching Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics EngineersThe Outstanding Teacher Award 2022 from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. she also ASEE FellowShe was listed among the 30 Women in Robotics You Need to Know by robohub.org and one of INSIGHT Into Diversity’s Inspiring Women in STEM, along with being among the first group of college educators to participate in the Open Source Hardware Association’s Trailblazer Fellows Program.
Learn more about Berry’s professional background and activities at her college in www.rose-hulman.edu/academics/faculty/berry-carlotta-berry123.html.
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