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Black History Month in the Department

last modified Oct 08, 2020 05:58 PM
The department is proud to be partnering with Africans in STEM to celebrate Black History Month this year...
The department is hosting a poster exhibition curated by Africans in STEM titled, ‘Black Legacies in STEM’. The mini-exhibition highlights notable Black scientists from all over the world and can also be accessed online at Also, on Wednesday 21 October, the department graduate and postdoc committee will be co-hosting a virtual panel discussion with Africans in STEM. The panel will spotlight a few Black female scientists in Cambridge who will be discussing a bit about their research and their journey in science. More details TBA.


Africans in STEM is an organisation that is co-founded and co-led by Cynthia Okoye, a PhD student in the department and Sandile Mtetwa, a PhD student in the Chemistry department.
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