Science and Technology impacts all of us all in an increasingly interdependent and diverse global community. It is in this spirit that the EE Just Program seeks to engender a greater awareness and scientific excellence for all Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate students with an emphasis on underrepresented groups in the sciences. The program provides opportunities to link students with an international network of scientists and technologists. The program will host world leaders in science and technology to speak, and engage with students. Moreover, students will also receive mentoring from the EE Just Professor regarding academic success, research opportunities, graduate/professional school and science/technology careers. The program is named in honor of Ernest Everett Just, the distinguished black scientist who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1907.
Theoretical physicist Stephon Alexander is the Ernest Everett Just 1907 Professor of Natural Sciences. Professor Alexander is an Associate Professor in the department of Physics and Astronomy and is the Director of the E. E. Just Program. To learn more visit....
Thursday, April 4, 2013
5 PM, 001 Rockefeller
"Ernest Everett Just: His Contributions and their Importance Today"
W. Malcolm Byrnes, PhD, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Howard University College of Medicine
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Last Updated: 3/15/13