Sep 29, 2021 | Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech’s efforts to provide students with examples of Latinx professional excellence in STEM was highlighted on the news on Monday, September 27 by NBC’s Atlanta 11Alive News. The Hispanic/Latinos in STEM: A Career Path Series is a collaboration between the Latino Organization of Graduate Students (LOGRAS), the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE), and the GoSTEM program.
The bimonthly series, launched in 2020, provides a space for Hispanic/Latinx professionals to share their career experiences in academia, industry, and government, and it is part of the official programming for Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrations at Georgia Tech.
To see the 11Alive news story about the Hispanics/Latinos in STEM career series follow: http://my.tvey.es/x3YXw
If you want to know more about the seminars, please feel free to contact the individuals below, who are leading the effort, or visit the seminar’s website https://gostem.gatech.edu/career-path-series
Marisa Cepeda (firstname.lastname@example.org, LOGRAS)
Adriana Mulero (email@example.com, LOGRAS)
Nina Fraticelli-Guzman (firstname.lastname@example.org, LOGRAS)
Analia Rao (email@example.com, GoSTEM director)
Jorge Macedo (firstname.lastname@example.org CEE)
Diley Hernandez (email@example.com, AVP-IDEI)