Alumnus named scientist of the year
Tahllee Baynard ’97 was named 2012 Scientist of the Year by Black Engineer magazine. The award was presented in February at the BEYA STEM Global Competitiveness Conference. It is part of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards, which honors engineers, research scientists and students.
Baynard is vice president for program management of space systems at Lockheed Martin. The short profile talks about the work Baynard does at Lockheed and in the community, including his work with lasers and his advocacy for science, technology, math and engineering education.
Tahllee Baynard and his wife, Kanesha Lee Baynard ’94 were also profiled in the Summer 2011 Cornell Report.