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Women's History Month Celebration

The event will begin with a 1-hour ‘fireside chat’ / Q&A session with Dr. Ayodele Thomas, Associate Dean for Graduate Education & Diversity. In 2005, Dr. Thomas became the first black woman to receive a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford, and since then, she has dedicated her career to advancing graduate education and increasing opportunities for underrepresented students. Her talk will be followed by a reception celebrating the achievements of women in science, including food and drinks. Attendance at the talk is not required to attend the reception.

Event details: Monday March 26th in Alway. 3-4 PM: Fireside chat with Dr. Thomas in Alway M112, 4-5:30 PM: Reception and celebration of women in science in the Alway courtyard.

Earlier Event: March 23
Annual Diversity Retreat
Later Event: April 5
Science Policy Trip to Sacramento