NSF Distinguished Lecture: "Black Scientists & Engineers at Our Nation’s HBCUs"
Joel Parriott American Astronomical Society (AAS)
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is hosting a Distinguished Lecture, Black Scientists & Engineers at Our Nation’s HBCUs: Making American History Now. It will be held on Thursday, 25 February, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm ET via Zoom.
The event will be moderated by Dr. Victor McCrary, National Science Board Vice-Chair. The webinar will include a panel of preeminent African American researchers at historically black colleges and universities (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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Accessibility: Real-time captions will be available during this Zoom webinar which will also be recorded. Please let Cory Hancock at ourNSF@nsf.gov know if you need any other accessibility accommodations such as advance copy of webinar materials in digital/text format, remote American Sign Language interpreting, etc. by COB 18 February. Prepare in advance by testing your technology at https://zoom.us/test. Learn more about participating in meetings remotely with NSF at https://beta.nsf.gov/about/participant.