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2 hours ago - Wednesday evening at 7:30: The Social Justice Lecture Series continues with Reverend Sharon Washington Risher. Reverend Risher was catapulted into the limelight after her mother and eight others were killed in the Charleston, South Carolina shooting at the Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in 2015. Reverend Risher’s talks cover her personal experience losing loved ones to gun violence, race, racism and hate in America, as well as the path to forgiveness and an offering of hope for tomorrow. This lecture is free, however tickets are required.
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23 hours ago - Megan Schrauben '04, aims to improve Michigan STEM education as incoming executive director. (Photo: Sara J. Martin, MDOT Media Services) 🔗mtu.edu/news #STEM #Michigan #MI #STEMeducation #CreateTheFuture
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Yesterday - The Michigan Tech associate professor, dubbed a "rock star" by the National Science Foundation, is the first recipient of an Endowed Associate Professorship in Autonomous Mobile Systems, thanks to a $1,000,000 anonymous donation.
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Yesterday - “Black History Month allows everyone to show appreciation for all the work that black engineers and scientists have done to advance every STEM-related field,” says Bruce Brunson Jr., president of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). 💛🖤 “Black History Month shines a light on the importance of diverse thought,” says Kellie Raffaelli, director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI). “Black History Month to me is more a time to reflect,” says Nathan Shaiyen, president of the Black Students Association (BSA). 💛🖤 "Challenge your peers when they make certain kinds of remarks, and challenge texts that ignore or misrepresent black accomplishments," says Terrianna Bradley, president of the Society of Intellectual Sisters (SIS). 💛🖤 🔗mtu.edu/news #michigantech #mtucommUnity #blackhistorymonth