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The Blacks at MIT History Project is a continuous research effort archiving the historical achievements/influence that students, staff, faculty, management, and alumni have accomplished for MIT in their ongoing careers.
The Blacks at MIT History Project is a continuous research effort archiving the historical achievements/influence that students, staff, faculty, management, and alumni have accomplished for MIT in their ongoing careers.

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Thinking Out Loud:
Deciphering the Mysteries of Our World and Beyond

Dr. Emery Brown, Dr. Paula Hammond, and Dr. Sylvester Gates presented at the Brown University distinguished Presidential Colloquium Series... 2014 - Present

Scientists and engineers are often perceived as living intellectual lives that are mysterious — simultaneously wondrous and arcane. The Brown University Presidential Colloquium Series, Thinking Out Loud: Deciphering Mysteries of Our World and Beyond, showcases profoundly creative and accomplished scholars who not only tackle some of the biggest “Big Questions” there are, but also skillfully communicate their inner visions to broad audiences. Our 2014-15 Thinking Out Loud Presidential Colloquium speakers consider a wide range of large, urgent and pervasive questions...

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Dr. Paula Hammond, distinguished professor of Chemical Engineering elected into the prestigious National Academy of Medicine

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Dale LeFebvre -- From humble roots to corporate boardrooms and presidential suites: the consummate entrepreneur...

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Karl W. Reid
A magnificent leader in STEM for youth!

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Karl W. Reid - Executive Director - NSBE

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Diane and Victor: World Class Architecture + Planning Visionaries

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A Supreme Decision: Dr. Sylvester James Gates
A case in point for diversity in Higher Education admissions

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Dr. Clarence G. Williams
Adjunct Professor Emeritus
Department of Urban Studies & Planning
MIT School of Architecture + Planning

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Capture the MO*MIT
More of MIT.....
Two MIT Alumni receive prestigious National Medal Awards
Dr. Shirley A. Jackson and Dr. Cato Laurencin

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Outstanding Consumate Engineer, Professor, Researcher, & Scholar -- University of Maryland Dean -- Dr. Darryl Pines
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