BSAC 2020 African Heritage Month Event

BSAC 2020 African Heritage Month Event

Join BSAC as we celebrates 30 plus years as the "Home Away from Home" for all students of African Descent through a story line event with Dr. Renee Horton who has excelled in her career despite going through many obstacles in her journey. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Material Science with a concentration in Physics from the University of Alabama as the first African American to receive this degree. Dr. Horton serves as a NASA Space Launch System (SLS) Quality Engineer at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF) in New Orleans. Throughout her academic career, Dr. Horton, has received numerous accolade and awards including the Black Engineer of the Year Trailblazer Award in 2011. Dr. Horton will be sharing her story of success, challenges and future aspirations to our students to encourage them in their educational journey. Join us for an evening of empowerment while celebrating BSAC's many years supporting black student success!

Topic: The Power of Believing in Yourself: Reflections of a Rocket Scientist

Speaker: Dr. Renee Horton

Moderator: Dr. Barb Hamilton-Hinch

Entertainment: Eriana Willis-Smith, Lyris Daye and more!

Refreshments will be served

All Ages
McInnis Room at Dalhousie
6136 University Ave, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 4J2 See Map
Mon,
from 6pm to 8:30pm
Free
This event was tagged in:
Engineering
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McInnis Room at Dalhousie
6136 University Ave

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