Finding Yourself and Your Community when You Are Black in STEM

Finding Yourself and Your Community when You Are Black in STEM

“I was in this Ph.D. pharmacology/toxicology graduate program, and there was nobody who looked like me when I first got there,” he says. He entered his graduate program with a friend, who was also Black. This discussion is part of a speaker series hosted by the Black Employee Network at Springer Nature, the publisher of Scientific American. The series aims to highlight Black contributions to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) a history that has not been widely recognized. It will cover career paths, role models and mentorship, and diversity in STEM.

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