Town Hall on Racial Injustice: Listen, Learn, and Act

Friday | June 26, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is holding a town hall discussion about racial injustices and the opportunities and responsibilities we have as a community moving forward.

The purpose of this townhall, hosted by SEAS Dean Kemper Lewis, is to have an open discussion about the challenges facing SEAS as we address issues of racial inequality. Members of the SEAS Community can submit questions, concerns, suggestions, and ideas ahead of the Town Hall event using the online submission form. The submissions will be used by the panel moderators to guide the panel discussions.

The submissions will also be used to shape our short and long term priorities and action plans. The event will be live streamed.

Intended Audience: School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Faculty, Staff and Students

Note: only SEAS Community members can submit questions. A username/password is required. 

Moderators

Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Education

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Sonia Grant

Assistant for STEM Diversity Programs, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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Yousouf Amolegbe

President of the UB Student Association and MS Student, Industrial and Systems Engineering 

Panelists

Kevin Burke.

Assistant Professor of Teaching
Department of Electrical Engineering

Krishna Rajan.

SUNY Distinguished Professor and Erich Bloch Chair
Department of Materials Design and Innovation

Christina Escobar.

Christina Escobar

Executive Assistant to the Dean
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Shannon Phillips.

Shannon Phillips

Senior Administrative Associate
SEAS Office of Undergraduate Education

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Obe Joseph

PhD Student
Industrial and Systems Engineering 

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Nelaje Branch

BS Student
Computer Science and Engineering