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On the cover of this Climate Change issue is Cheryl Campbell, the first Black principal deputy assistant secretary for administration in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Read about how Campbell bridged the gap between public health and minority communities during the pandemic in this issue of US Black Engineer magazine, which also features historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) at the frontline of environmental protection.

US Black Engineer magazine also talks to scientists, technologists, engineers, and everyday people who are helping local communities fight climate change. Other highlights in the 2021 back-to-school Internship issue of USBE Magazine include:

  • Green Jobs and Saving the Planet
  • HBCU students recap their Pandemic Year
  • Automotive engineers on equitable energy and the EV future
  • People for a Cleaner and Safer Tomorrow

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