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Spotlight on Black Female Scientists in Cambridge

last modified Oct 13, 2020 09:07 AM
The department graduate and postdoc committee is pleased to be collaborating with Africans in STEM on another program to celebrate Black history month...

We are hosting a virtual panel discussion titled, 'Spotlight on Black Female Scientists in Cambridge' taking place on Wednesday 21 October at 5:30 pm. The six invited speakers are Dr. Peace Atakpa, Dr. Jerelle Joseph, Dr. Odiri Eneje, Dr. Ebele Mogo, Stephanie Adeyemo and Tapoka Mkandawire. The speakers will share briefly about their work and discuss their journey in STEM and in Cambridge. The session will be moderated by Charity Bhebhe, a PhD student in the department who also serves on the graduate & postdoc committee. Register to receive the zoom joining details at www.bit.ly/spotlightbhm.

 

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