Three years ago, Dr. Gary L. Harris was honored by Cornell Graduate School with the inaugural Turner Kittrell Medal. According to the Cornell Chronicle, Sara Hernández, then associate dean for inclusion and student engagement at the Graduate School, presented Harris with the award at the end of Cornell University’s Success Symposium for underrepresented M.S./Ph.D. and … Continue reading "Archive news and events: US Black Engineer Magazine | Conference 1986"
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