Nonprofit Supports Educational Curricula to Inspire Interest in STEM Fields
METAIRIE, La.—March 7, 2019—M S Benbow & Associates (MSB) President Leo Holzenthal, Jr., P.E., has been elected to the board of directors of the Greater New Orleans STEM Initiative (GNOSTEM), formerly Core Element, a non-profit dedicated to promoting quality teaching in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) in the Greater New Orleans Region.
Holzenthal has more than 30 years of experience in Power, Control Systems and Telecommunications Engineering and is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations at the engineering consultancy, which operates two offices in Greater New Orleans area, Houston and Dallas with more than 100 employees. Holzenthal is an adjunct professor at the University of New Orleans College of Engineering. He earned the 2015 James M. Todd Technological Accomplishment Award from the Louisiana Engineering Society. Continue reading
METAIRIE, La.—Jan. 2, 2019—M S Benbow & Associates (MSB) and Aruba Networks have completed a Wi-Fi upgrade and expansion project at Liberty University, the largest university in Virginia. The Wi-Fi expansion provides increased Wi-Fi capacity and more reliable, robust coverage at Williams Stadium, which hosts the newest NCAA Division 1 (D-1) football team, the Liberty Flame.
The recently renovated stadium saw more than 10,000 unique devices connecting to the network and consuming nearly 1 terabyte of data during Liberty Flame’s first home game of the season.
Jambalaya, Gumbo Recipes Compete in Battle for the Paddle
METAIRIE, LA. — October 16, 2018— M S Benbow & Associates (MSB) returned for the third-consecutive year to compete in the 2018 Battle for the Paddle Jambalaya and Gumbo Cook-Off benefiting the United Way of St. Charles Parish.
The MSB team faced off against 155 other family, business and industry teams competing for the titles of “Best Jambalaya” and “Best Gumbo” during the 17th-annual charity cook-off. All of the food prepared during the event was served to community members of the Dufresne Community Center.