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.
- Nicollette Mitchell, BA, MS, (paleoclimatologist and advocate for Inclusive Excellence in STEM)
- Andre White, PhD (neuroscientist)
- LaMenta Conway, MD, MPH. (non-profit Youth Physician Mentorship)
- Jason Williams (non-profit Computer Science Education)
- Kristy Woods, MD (internal medicine)
- Chinweike Eseonu, PhD (engineer)
- 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.*