The National Society of Black Engineers - 5:11
Dr. Karl W. Reid
Posted Mar 02, 2018
Elena Russo speaks with Dr. Karl W. Reid, Executive Director for The National Society of Black Engineers. He discusses the origins from Perdue, West Lafayette, Indiana and how it has grown throughout the years. STEM is a major part of inspiring African Americans to realize that there is access and opportunity to become an engineer.
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