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STEM News Tip: AIP TEAM-UP Webinar With Dr. Jami V Miller & Prof Kelly Nash

Tuesday 22 June, AIP’s TEAM-UP Project will host a new webinar, Belonging: African American Women in Physics & Astronomy. Presenters will include Professor Kelly Nash of UT San Antonio, science communicator Jessica Harris, and Dr. Jami Valentine Miller of African American Women in Physics, Inc. The program will explore the racialised and gendered experiences of Black women in physics and astronomy, as part of the projects discussion of factors affecting African American student success in our field.

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