Honoring people and programs empowering change through engineering, technology, science and architecture.
Honorees from NASA, Pratt and Whitney, JCJ Architecture and Newman’s Own Foundation will be honored for their contributions to empowering change.
Special Guest Dr. Guion Bluford, the first African American astronaut in space, will speak on the importance of the space program, the importance of the STEM fields to the nation, and the efforts needed to attract young people to the STEM disciplines.
Date: Thursday, Sept. 18
Time: Noon–2 p.m.Location: Mali Auditorium (Dana Hall Room 201)