Women of Color in STEM Career Panel

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In celebration of Women’s History Month, University Career Services in collaboration with student leaders at the University invites students, faculty, staff, and alumni to attend a career panel session to discuss the many contributions that women of color have had in STEM fields. The panelists and students will discuss their unique experiences as women of color in STEM fields and discuss current issues facing women of color in these fields. This will be a live session on March 23rd from 5:30pm-6:30pm via Zoom.

Learn form an extraordinary group of women of color from various organizations and STEM fields in the Lincoln area. The career panel consists of the following women:

Caroline Michel, Product Engineer at Ensign-Bickford Aerospace &Defense Company

Azure Hicks, IT Manager at Nelnet Business Services.

Anayeli Martinez Real, Project Manager at Kiewet

Marianna Burks, Biology Instructor/Science Learning Specialist, Biological Sciences/TRIO,  at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Sonoor J Majid, Alumni B.S. Biochemistry, B.A. Chemistry, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, McNair Scholar

Students can register for this event on Handshake.

On the day of the event faculty, staff, and alumni, click here to be directed to the event.

For questions and information pertaining this event please contact First Gen, Career Advisor Letty Garcia at leticia.garcia@unl.edu.

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor