Diversity

UofL gets grant to help minority-owned manufacturers adopt 3D printing

Via UofL News The University of Louisville (UofL) has received a five-year grant totaling $2 million to help minority-owned manufacturing businesses adopt additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology. The grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), will launch the Kentucky MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center, one of only four such …

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KY NSF EPSCoR’s Czar Crofcheck, Rosemary Fama Both Honored by Million Women Mentors

KY NSF EPSCoR would like to recognize the Trailblazer awards granted to both Dr. Czar Crofcheck and Rosemary Fama by the Million Women Mentors organization. Through the Kentucky Girls STEM Collaborative Project and other programs, they have demonstrated significant & ongoing commitments to amplifying & advancing the MWM Network, and exceptional commitment to advancing opportunities …

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THE MEMStim and KY NSF EPSCoR Connection

Please take some time to watch our fascinating, exclusive interview with Dr. Angelique Johnson and Dr. Johne Parker on MEMStim’s partnership with KY NSF EPSCoR, the importance of private-sector internships, their thoughts on encouraging diversity in STEM, and much more. https://youtu.be/C2gSSCLFCL8 (We must) place a value on that diverse perspective and what people bring that …

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Kentucky State University hosts January 2021 nanoCollider

Professor of Chemistry Dr. Kazi Javed and PLTL scholar Camron Aber spoke on collaboration and increasing STEM student success through Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) and summer research at Kentucky State University. Highlights KSU’s current EOD and Workforce Development collaborations across the state as well Camron’s experience as a student researcher with Dr. Biyun Xie, Assistant …

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