Lab@Home: Scientist Spotlight with Dr. Siobahn Day Grady!

Join us on Tuesday, August 31 at 4pm as we dive deeper into computer science with Dr. Siobahn Day Grady, a Triangle-area researcher and professor at North Carolina Central University! Together we will discuss artificial intelligence and algorithms, do a live Q&A with Dr. Grady, and make a computational-thinking pizza!

Flowing, not Forcing: Finding and Maintaining Authenticity as Black Women in Academia

Navigating the intersection of both race and gender can be difficult for Black women in academia, especially when the lack of representation and proper support forces many to “learn on the fly.” This panel convenes Black women in diverse faculty positions to discuss pursuing and persisting in academic careers, including career path considerations, identifying and mitigating challenges, mentorship and networking, balancing expectations with authenticity, and making institution and/or career changes.

Keynote: Women in CS

Join the NMSI Summer Series on July 22nd to see Dr. Grady