Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Follow-up from the California #NSBE41 GEM GRADLab: Applying to Graduate School, Letters, & the “sexyhotdude@___.com” reminder about emails

It was a pleasure to talk with students at the National GEM Consortium’s GRAD Lab as part of the Graduate School Conference for the 41st Annual Convention for the National Society of Black Engineers. My talk… Continue reading

“The Jessica Effect: Applying Cultural Knowledge and Competency to Mentoring Approaches for Minority Students” @FIU March 4, 2015

Abstract: “The Jessica Effect” is a conceptual method of student engagement that is being used to mentor underrepresented graduate students at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC: An Honors University in Maryland),… Continue reading