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Support Diversity in STEM on Feb. 8

Register now for NC State’s fourth Diversity in STEM Symposium, which will be held Feb. 8 in-person at NC State’s Talley Student Union and virtually via Zoom. The event will feature sessions on topics related to diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, as well as a keynote address by Amy Robertson, an NC State mathematics alumna and the founder of the consulting firm Soul Advantage, LLC.  This free event is sponsored by BASF.

Diversity in STEM Symposium: Creating a Community of Care
Thursday, February 8, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Third Floor, Talley Student Union, and Streaming via Zoom
Full Program and Schedule
Registration (closes Feb. 2)

Students talk outside SAS Hall at NC State

About the Organizer

The College of Sciences at NC State connects people and programs in the biological, physical, chemical, mathematical, statistical and earth-system sciences. Through its programs and events, the college is raising awareness about diversity and the importance of supporting all members of our community. The college seeks to be the first choice for students, faculty and staff from all groups and backgrounds who want to study and work in a comfortable and inclusive environment.