Date Saturday, February 23, 2019
Time 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Location Norman C. Craig Lecture Hall

119 Woodland St.
Oberlin, OH 44074

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STEM in Color

Please join us in highlighting and celebrating the innovative STEM success of black professionals, Oberlin alumni, and current Oberlin students during Black History Month at Oberlin.

STEM in Color is a two-day summit that involves professionals and graduate students presenting their academic experiences, successes, and navigation methods through fields that are severely nonrepresentative of POC individuals.

The two-day event will feature a lecture series, discussion panels, student research talks, and a resource fair with campus departments.

Saturday presenters:

  • Nicollette Mitchell, BA, MS, (paleoclimatologist and advocate for Inclusive Excellence in STEM)
  • Andre White, PhD (neuroscientist)
  • LaMenta Conway, MD, MPH. (nonprofit Youth Physician Mentorship)
  • Jason Williams, BA (nonprofit STEM organization)
  • Kristy Woods, MD (internal medicine)
  • Chinweike Eseonu, PhD (engineer)

Sunday presenters:

  • Yemko Pryor, BA (human genetics)
  • Robert Walker, PhD, (mathematics)
  • Current Oberlin student researchers

The event is open for all students, staff, and community members. 

*Pizza will be served on Saturday starting at 11:45 a.m.
A catered lunch with all guest speakers will be held before the talks from 11 am to noon on Sunday in the Science Center Atrium.*

Event Contact

Kaitlyn Rivers
5613106508

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