Grace Hopper Distinguished Lecture: Daphna Shohamy (Columbia University)
December 8 at 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
This distinguished lecture will be a hybrid event held in the Glandt Forum (Singh Center) and via Zoom (link coming soon).
In support of its educational mission of promoting the role of all engineers in society, the School of Engineering and Applied Science presents the Grace Hopper Lecture Series. This series is intended to serve the dual purpose of recognizing successful women in engineering and of inspiring students to achieve at the highest level. Grace Hopper is a wonderful example of a visionary in her field who exhibited the type of pioneering spirit that is an inspiration to all of us.
In support of the accomplishments of women in engineering, departments within the School invite a prominent speaker to campus for a two-day visit that incorporates a public lecture, various mini-talks and opportunities to interact with undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. This series provides another avenue for recognition of distinguished leaders in engineering and presents role models that help remind all of us why we chose this profession.