This Grace Hopper 2017 session addressed how to build an academic professional network. Discussing the benefits of building a professional network, networking skills, and more.
CRA-WP Ayanna Howard
Originally Posted on USC Posted on: April 28, 2017; Updated on: April 28, 2017 By Mike Ettlemyre , ETTLEMYE@cec.sc.edu, 803-777-2576 Five years ago, De’Aira Bryant couldn’t take a math course as a high school senior in rural Estill, South Carolina. There wasn’t one available. She had already taken all the math courses offered in her […]
Watch the Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall, online webinar style discussion, with Ayanna Howard, Motorola Foundation Professor at Georgia Tech, about Designing Healthcare Robots for Children with Special Needs and Finding and Making the Most of an Undergraduate Research Experience.
Ayanna Howard was selected as the recipient of the 2016 A. Nico Habermann Award for her sustained commitment to increasing diversity, combined with her distinction in research. She has a decades-long track record of improving access to research for women and underrepresented minorities (URMs), as well as students with disabilities. Dating back to her work […]
When you attend this Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall Event, you will be a part of a virtual mentoring event. You will learn about Ayanna Howard's research on robots for children with special needs as a Motorola Foundation Professor at Georgia Tech. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask the speaker any questions you might have about research as well as graduate school. Following Ayanna's research presentation, she will lead a mentoring session on "Finding and Making the Most of an Undergraduate Research Experience."