Cancelled: Black Women in Science: Geosciences and Natural Hazards

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Cost: Free with admission

Our originally scheduled program "Geosciences and Natural Hazards" with geoscientist Tempestt Morgan has been cancelled due to the unavailability of Ms. Morgan.

Join us for an exciting new program series that honors the contributions of Black women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. In this program, we will host a virtual meet-and-greet with Tempestt Morgan to learn about her work studying geosciences, and eventually natural disasters and disaster management. From 1:00pm to 1:30pm, hear Tempestt share her personal journey as a young Black woman in science, and ask her questions about why she finds science cool and exciting. Then, try some hands-on activities inspired by different areas of Tempestt’s work, to include how geologic and hydrologic natural hazards impact our lives.

Tempestt Morgan is a geoscientist who currently lives and works in Florida. Tempestt will be joining us virtually for the speaking portion of this program.

This program series was created in combination with Ellice Patterson, Biologist and Founder/Artistic and Executive Director of Abilities Dance Boston, and a Discovery Museum Science & Engineering Communication Fellow.