Pamela McCauley Bush will host STEM event at MIT this Thursday #makereducation
Pamela Bush will host True Diversity: A Multiplier in Global STEM Innovation this Thursday April 3 at MIT, from MIT News.
On Thursday, April 3, Pamela McCauley Bush, former Martin Luther King, Jr. Visiting Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT, will visit the MIT campus to present “True Diversity: A Multiplier in Global STEM Innovation.” The event, hosted jointly by the Center for Engineering Systems Fundamentals; Technology and Policy Program; and Sociotechnical Systems Research Center will take place at 4 p.m. in Building 1-190.
Bush will address the critical importance of holistic diversity in STEM education, leadership, and innovation. She will present statistics, best practices, and practical examples to validate the impact of incorporating diversity into organizations. She will also offer implementable strategies for communities, organizations, and individuals to integrate diversity and achieve optimal outcomes for the next generation of global innovators.
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