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Black Ingenuity: A Conversation About Blacks In STEM
February 13 @ 6:00 pm-7:30 pmFree
Join with community members for a discussion about Blacks in STEM in Minnesota. Hear about the achievements, challenges and opportunities in the field.
The distinguished panel includes Dr. Reatha Clark King, a scientist who worked on the Apollo 11 space mission and former president of Metropolitan State University and former executive director of General Mills Foundation; John Henry, entrepreneur, and creator of the Heads Up Braking (HUB) system; Damaris Hollingsworth, principal architect at Design by Melo; Brian Kelley, director at Young Builders and Designers; and Michael Wulf, executive director at Minnesota STEM Partnership.
The conversation is moderated by Stanford University Race & Technology Fellow – Elizabeth Adams.
Admission is free. Free parking in the ramp.