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Black Scientists & Engineers at Our Nation’s HBCUs

Date: Time: 12:00 pm–1:00 pm
Contact: National Science Foundation Distinguished Lecture
The National Science Foundation is hosting a Distinguished Lecture titled
Black Scientists & Engineers at Our Nation’s HBCUs: Making American History Now, moderated by Dr. Victor McCrary, National Science Board Vice Chair. The panel will include a panel of preeminent African American researchers at HBCUs as they discuss their careers, first hand experiences and the importance of diversity in STEM education. The panelists will also dive into how NSF may have helped in supporting their scientific endeavors and/or in overcoming any challenges or barriers they may have faced.

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Meeting ID: 161 637 1473
Passcode: 410658
Passcode: 410658
Accessibility: Real-time captions will be available during this Zoom webinar which will also be recorded. Please let Cory Hancock at know if you need any other accessibility accommodations such as advance copy of webinar materials in digital/text format, remote American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting, etc.) by COB February 18, 2021. Prepare in advance by testing your technology at. Learn more about participating meetings remotely with NSF.

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This event originated in Diversity at UNL.