College of Science
Black History Month Science Symposium

During Black History Month, the College of Science celebrates both the history and the many contributions of Black scientists. As a capstone to the College’s month-long celebration, the Black History Month Science Symposium brings together alumni, students, and faculty alike to highlight the many achievements of some Northeastern College of Science graduates: Dr. Camille Martin, PhD ‘20, Ms. Crystal McKinnon, MS ‘20, Dr. Mary Walkins, MS’89, PhD’94, and Dr. E. Leo Whitworth LA’71, MBA’94.

Dean Hazel Sive will open this informative panel with current students, Efosa Enoma, S’21, and Nathalie Myrthil, MS’19, PhD’24, moderating.

Closed Captioning.  Live closed captioning services for this event can be made available upon advanced request (2 weeks).

This event is complimentary but registration is required.

All registrants will receive an email with information on accessing this virtual event. Register and learn more about the event here

Black History Month Science Symposium