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by Latoya Peterson onMarch 15, 2012
Jay-Z's concert and talks featuring African Americans in tech were highlights at this year's fest.
March 21, 2011
The number of black women in science and technology is larger than one might think, but still too small. The women featured in this gallery use their science, math and engineering degrees in sectors ranging from academia to finance to satellite research. All are changing the image of what it means to be a techie.
by Frank McCoy onNovember 9, 2010
If President Obama is looking to keep America competitive, he could learn from the science and technology program for women at this historically black institution.
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