Subject: Diversity in STEM Career Panel

A collaboration between the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources,
College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences, the A. James Clark
School of Engineering, and the University Career Center, this panel brings
together alumni/employers of diverse backgrounds and a variety of roles to
share their experience with diversity in STEM. We will discuss what it's like
to be historically excluded or minoritized in STEM, tips for applying and
being hired in STEM, and how to transition to the world of work, just to name
a few.

This event will feature the following panelists:

Alaysia Barrot, AML Compliance Analyst at Amazon
Tytan Taliaferro, Software Engineer at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics
Renee Adkins, Embedded Software Engineer at Fermilab
Isha M Renta López, Management and Program Analyst at NOAA

The Zoom link will be provided to attendes after they have registered for the
event via Careers4Terps.

Event Date: October 21, 2021
Event Start Time: 6:00 pm
Event End Time: 7:00 pm
Contact Person: Jeffrey Cho
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