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Upcoming Events

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Check out the events below!


In Recognition of Women's History Month


For Women's History Month, Curieus is hosting a panel with three incredibly inspiring women in leadership who are in STEM and other fields. Join us to hear and ask about these women's experiences in the workplace, as they are role models for the students we impact.


The Zoom Webinar link will be straight to your inbox when you RSVP with the link below!



Past Events

Event Series: Black History Month

For Black History Month, Curieus is hosting conversations with African American scientists, including the first female black tenured professor of neurosurgery, and the father of multi-core processors. In these two events, Curieus leaders will engage in hour-long fireside chats with the scientists to ask about their experience in STEM fields, providing role models from underrepresented backgrounds for the students we impact. 

The Zoom Webinar link will be straight to your inbox when you RSVP!

Conversation with Dr. Odette Harris

Saturday, February 13th

Dr. Odette Harris is the director of brain injury care and a professor of neurosurgery at Stanford. In 2018, she made history when she became America's first Black female tenured professor of neurosurgery. She has won numerous academic, research and humanitarian awards. In 2019, she was recognized by Forbes and Ebony Magazine Power 100 List Award as one of 100 most influential African Americans and received the National Medical Fellowships Award for Excellence in Academic Medicine.

Conversation with Dr. Kunle Olukotun

Saturday, February 20th

Dr. Kunle Olukotun is the Cadence Design Systems Professor in the Engineering Department at Stanford University, and is also a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Outside of Stanford, he is a pioneer in the technology industry, known as the “father of the multi-core processor.” He has been featured in Forbes Magazine, CNBC, Wired, and more, and is the recipient of the IEEE Computer society Harry H. Goode award. 

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