Civil and Environmental Engineering

Black History Month lunch reception with Dr. Daina Ramey Berry

February 08, 2019

11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Singleton Room, Roberts Engineering Hall

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will be hosting a lunch reception with Professor Daina Ramey Berry in relation to her visit to Carnegie Mellon as a CAUSE speaker happening later on Friday, February 8.

Please consider joining us to meet Professor Ramey Berry and hear from her about her relationship to and perspectives on engineering. As capacity is limited, we ask that you RSVP and register at the link below by Sunday, February 3.

Speaker

Daina Ramey Berry, Ph.D.
Radkey Regents Professor of History and African Disapora Studies
Associate Dean of Graduate Students
University of Texas-Austin

Speaker bio

Professor Daina Ramey Berry is a distinguished historian and acclaimed author who has written about and often speaks on various dimensions of slavery, especially women and slavery. She is also the daughter of a distinguished CEE alum, Professor Melvin Ramey, a long-time professor at University of California Davis who passed away in 2017. 

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