ENGAGES (Engaging New Generations at Georgia Tech through Engineering & Science) at the Center for Civil and Human rights museum!

ENGAGES students and mentors took a tour of the Center for Civil and Human rights museum to observe the achievements of both the civil rights movement and the broader human rights movement.  The tour was followed by an informative panel discussion which included GT faculty member, Dr. Sam Graham, Mercedes Benz Diversity and Inclusion Director, Tamika Curry-Smith, IBB Assistant Director of Core Facilities, Steve Woodard, GT Alumni and GTBAO Member, Cornell Seymour, and Xeron Pledger, Constituents Services  Coordinator from the Office of Congressman Henry Johnson.

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