Black Women in Science: a meaningful experience

This richly illustrated and informative display features African-American women scientists, from Euphemia Lofton Haynes, the first African-American woman to earn a PhD in Mathematics [1943, Catholic University of America] to current notables including Dr. Riva K Williams [PhD Astrophysics, 1991, Indiana University] and Dr. Aprille Ericsson [PhD Mechanical Engineering in Aerospace, Howard University]. Find out more about what these fascinating women have accomplished ~ the exhibit is in the S&E Library InfoCommons.

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