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Join the BEYA Leading Voices Summer Seminar on July 28, hosted by the STEM City USA metaverse and BEYA STEM DTX platform. The seminar will feature discussions among vice presidents of research from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) about the CHIPS and Science Act.

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This act aims to encourage the production of semiconductors in the United States and carry out the National Network for Microelectronics Research and Development. HBCUs play a crucial role in producing STEM graduates from underrepresented communities. This seminar series will provide insights into their current status and future opportunities.

The seminar will be moderated by Dr. Victor McCrary, vice president for research at the University of the District of Columbia, and Nate Crews, CEO of Business Transformation Consulting Services, who will also join the panel.

Join us on the BEYA and STEM City USA platforms for an interactive environment to connect with the speakers and share ideas. Register here.

The theme of the BEYA Leading Voices Summit is partnerships between historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and tech companies and other institutions to drive innovation and promote diverse and inclusive research ecosystems. Join us on July 28 on the STEM City USA and BEYA STEM DTX platforms to continue the conversation about the representation of minorities in research. Register here.

During one of the sessions, join the discussion on the importance of authentic partnerships between Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs) and HBCUs in advancing national research and STEM participation. The seminar will emphasize the economic impact of HBCUs, the high number of STEM graduates from these institutions, and the key factors that lead to successful collaborations.

Distinguished speakers for the event include Dr. Wayne Gersie, vice president for diversity and inclusion at Michigan Technological University, and Dr. Isaac Porche, the National Security Analysis mission area executive at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.

The one-day summit will occur virtually through the BEYA (Digital Twin Experience) and STEM City USA platforms, providing an interactive environment for attendees to connect with the speakers. This will offer a unique experience to explore the groundbreaking work at HBCUs. Register here to join us for this informative summit. The BEYA Leading Voices summer seminar series features exceptional HBCU Vice Presidents of Research.

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