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Community briefs: Black History Month speakers series

Curieus, a nonprofit aimed at fostering interest in STEM among underserved elementary school kids in the Bay Area, is hosting a Black History Month event on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 11 a.m. It's part of a series that includes virtual webinars and Q&As featuring inspiring Black scientists and industry pioneers.

And event on Feb. 13 featured a conversation with Dr. Odette Harris of Stanford University, America's first Black female tenured professor of neurosurgery. The Feb. 20 event will be a conversation with Stanford University's Kunle Olukotun, professor of electrical engineering and computer science and the "father of the multi-core processor."

To learn more or RSVP go here.

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Community briefs: Black History Month speakers series

Uploaded: Tue, Feb 16, 2021, 2:34 pm

Curieus, a nonprofit aimed at fostering interest in STEM among underserved elementary school kids in the Bay Area, is hosting a Black History Month event on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 11 a.m. It's part of a series that includes virtual webinars and Q&As featuring inspiring Black scientists and industry pioneers.

And event on Feb. 13 featured a conversation with Dr. Odette Harris of Stanford University, America's first Black female tenured professor of neurosurgery. The Feb. 20 event will be a conversation with Stanford University's Kunle Olukotun, professor of electrical engineering and computer science and the "father of the multi-core processor."

To learn more or RSVP go here.

Angela Swartz

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