Long time Honeywell leader Robin Stubenhofer was recently recognized by the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Computing and Engineering (SCE) for her commitment to nurturing tomorrow’s STEM leaders. Dean Kevin Z. Truman presented Robin with the SCE STEM Outreach Partner of the Year award for her many contributions to STEM education in Kansas City in a ceremony on April 17.
Robin currently serves as Vice President of Engineering for Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies, the managing contractor at the Kansas City National Security Campus.
Involvement in STEM activities is a hallmark of Robin’s three-decade engineering career. She’s a founding member of the KC STEM Alliance, which hosts educational events for K-12 students in the five-county area. Robin is also vice president of STEM for the Heart of America Council of the Boy Scouts and serves on several boards including Missouri S&T’s Nuclear Engineering Board, UMKC’s School of Computing and Engineering, the Metropolitan Community Colleges, as well as the Central Exchange.
Her commitment to growing the STEM pipeline is also evident in her role representing Honeywell on several university consortiums. The business works with these schools on initiatives such as big data and additive manufacturing.
Congratulations Robin on this well-deserved recognition.