40 years separate these two Black women but so much connects them in their lives as aerospace engineer graduates.
Wyche is also a strong proponent of innovation and inclusion and STEM education.
A worthwhile investment.
Naomi Adeniji and Wumi Obi are going places.
Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr. became the first Black person to walk in space back in 1995.
The non-profit organisation is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma and provides STEM education to middle and high school students from underrepresented communities.
A ~3.45% increase on last year’s figure
Read this awesome Q&A with one of the greatest Black mathematicians of our time.
The theoretical physicist offered some ‘fresh perspectives’ in this interview from 2019.
People thought the internet would be more open for all races but even before that, technology has been used to oppress Black people. But they’ve always found a way to fight back.
STEM (science, tech, engineering, and mathematics) owes a great deal to Black pioneers. Here are 7 of them.
With over 60 patents to his name, Granville T. Woods was an amazing inventor. But he didn’t get the recognition he deserved until after his death.