Members of the E.E. Just Community strive to be agents of scientific discovery, inclusive community and positive social change at Dartmouth and beyond. On our E.E. Just Program in the News page, you can find out more about the recent achievements and impact of these three community members.
Dr. Odette Harris ’91 (Prof. of Neurosurgery and Director of Brain Injury, Stanford University), speaks with students in the E.E. Just Program, Health Professions Program and Geisel Medical School. Dr. Harris is the first African-American female tenured professor of neurosurgery in the United States.
E.E. Just Undergraduate Fellows are selected from among a talented group of applicants to receive two years of funding and mentoring to support their research under the direction of a Dartmouth faculty member. Learn more about the program, our fellows, their research projects, and their mentors.
(All photos by permission of subject)
NASA @ E.E. Just Spring Banquet
Vanessa Wyche, Deputy Director of the Johnson Space Center, speaks with (from left to right) Amara Gordon ‘19, Princilla Minkah ‘21 and Jolene Bernagene ‘19 before delivering her keynote address at the E.E. Just Spring Banquet.