If you are in L.A. Sat. June 28th this is a great opportunity to hear Dr. Mae Jemison interviewed live at the BET Genius Talks – she’s a one of a kind STEM pioneer!
via the Watertown Daily Times
Future generations may remember Mae Jemison not as the first African-American woman to fly on the Space Shuttle, but as the human being who paved the way for us to leave the solar system as leader of the 100 Year … Continue reading
Martin Luther King Jr. and Nichelle Nichols had a very fortuitous encounter at an NAACP fund raising event in Beverly Hills after the first year of the Star Trek television show which changed not only her life but countless others. MLK was … Continue reading
This year’s symposium features two notable achievers of color Dr. Yvonne D. Cagle Astronaut Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi Physics and Space Science Professor Florida Institute of Technology TED Fellow: Rise of A Gangsta Nerd See also: Dr. Mae Jemison on STEM Drum