‘Since making my YouTube channel, I’ve learned it’s important to give people reasonable expectations about what’s real and what they’re going to encounter in their lives.’
Congratulations to Macy and Rebecca for their award-winning dissertations.
Lack of representation and an abundance of misogynoir makes it incredibly hard for Black women in STEM.
40 years separate these two Black women but so much connects them in their lives as aerospace engineer graduates.
Dr. Corbett also talks about population immunity and the existing research on mRNA technology that led to the rapid development of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Keeping sensitive information, products, and projects safe is the critical job of people like Dennisa Thomas.
Big up Timnit Gebru and Tom Simonite for his this piece on her.
Wyche is also a strong proponent of innovation and inclusion and STEM education.
Buy the book!
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.
A ~3.45% increase on last year’s figure