Professor John Slaughter recounts his childhood in segregated Topeka, Kansas and reflects on the continued need for diversity in engineering in America today. After an illustrious career including President of Occidental College, Chancellor of the University of Maryland, and the first African American Director of the National Science Foundation, his current activities focus on participation in the USC STEM Education Pipeline Consortium.
Producer/Cinematographer/Editor - Elizabeth Bayne
For more information on USC Viterbi's efforts to increase recruitment, retention and graduation of historically underrepresented students visit:
USC Viterbi School of Engineering Center for Engineering Diversity (CED)
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