Success Defined: The Pioneering Journey of an Underrepresented Person of Color in Academia - Andrea Morris, *99, MOL

Date
Aug 8, 2022, 12:00 pm1:30 pm
Location
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Event Description
Prospect House, 12-1.30 pm.
Guest: Andrea Morris, PhD
Moderated by Seraya Jones, PhD student in Molecular Biology

Do you identify as an underrepresented minority or any of the diverse groups in academia? Are you an advocate for Access, Diversity, and Inclusion in higher education? Do you want to (re)define professional success to align with your values and interests?

Experienced scientist Andrea Morris, PhD (*99, Molecular Biology, Princeton University) is a higher education administrator with a strong commitment to diversity, access, equity, and inclusion in STEM and beyond. Join Dr. Morris as she shares how her identities, interests, and experiences shaped her non-linear career within academia, from faculty in a small liberal arts college to higher ed administration.

This session is a collaboration between GradFUTURES and Access Diversity & Inclusion teams of the Graduate School. Lunch will be served.


Accessibility

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