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Race Forward: Stanford's Race & Technology Guest Lecturer Series

Race Forward: Technology[masked]
AAAS will explore the significance of examining race in the tech industry and
research on technology. In Spring 2013, AAAS will be offering a weekly lecture 
series to expose and introduce underrepresented groups to the world of technology 
by creating a space where the idea of starting can lead to a "Start Up". In 
collaboration with Stanford's Program in Science, Technology, and Society, AAAS 
will bring scholars and industry leaders to campus each week. The AAAS "Race & 
Technology" course endeavors to de-code the language of technology creation, how 
to build a team, problem solving, pitching an idea, leveraging the work of all 
disciplines in creating an entrepreneurship mindset.


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  • Massa W.

    Check the article! #20 Wayne Sutton, #19 Kimberly Bryant, #14 Michael Seibel and #13 Charles Hudson (Stanford Alum) will be teaching in the Race & Technology course!

    April 8, 2013

  • Adam T.

    I think this is great opportunity for me to Visit the campus to document for the Black Founders. I look forward to learning more and helping to construct bridges.

    1 · April 1, 2013

    • Massa W.

      Please do. Looking forward to seeing you.

      April 8, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Is this lecture series open to the general public? The flyer mentions course, as does the page here:

    I'd love to attend the series for weeks 3,5 &6, but I don't see a signup for non-Stanford attendees. Thanks in advance!

    April 7, 2013

    • Massa W.

      Class is open to the public. We will be happy to have you.

      April 8, 2013

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