Post: Honoring the Keck School’s first Black PhD scientist to receive tenure, Georgia Senta

USC Stem Cell researcher Senta Georgia, PhD, has broken a 140-year-old glass ceiling at the Keck School. In her mission to help the next generation of students facing racism, sexism and other roadblocks, Georgia takes inspiration and guidance from the scientists who did the same for her. Click here for full article: https://stemcell.keck.usc.edu/senta-georgia-tenure/?MassEmailID=362981894&email_id=78&emailaddress=All-ksom-staff-L%40usc.edu&submission_date=1%2f11%2f2018+2%3a34%3a20+PM&MemberID=85829C5C232A4DCA9C74DD7133AF10CB&confirmed=1&Modified=

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