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BHM2020 - Experiences of Black Professionals in the Nuclear Industry

Engineering and Physical Sciences, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Performance
Wednesday 21st October 2020 (16:00-18:00)
thermal power plant

Please join us for NucSoc's first Black History Month event. We will be hearing from three people working within the Nuclear industry in both the UK and USA, followed by a panel session where we will also be joined by a recent graduate from the University of Birmingham.

Our three speakers are: Raymond Olayinka, a Senior Advisory Consultant at ARUP, Dr Clinique Brundidge, the first Black woman to earn a PhD in materials science from the University of Michigan and Becca O'Brien, an alumni of the Nuclear Engineering MSc at the University of Birmingham who works at Sizewell B. Joining them for the panel session will be Sunchi Chen, a recent graduate from the Nuclear Science and Materials BSc and Physics and Technology of Nuclear Reactors MSc from the University of Birmingham.

4pm - 5pm - Talks

5pm - 6pm- Panel

Chairing the event will be Avery Cunningham, the EDI representative for NucSoc and Molly Service, the Vice-President for NucSoc.

All Staff, Students, Alumni and the Community are welcome.

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