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Republican senator Ted Cruz to oversee Nasa in Congress "Appointment to the space, science and competitiveness subcommittee raises fears Cruz will cut funding to US science programs"  . . . . This really shows how voting has a ripple effect that has an impact on so many other things …
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1st black female computer science PhD student at Univ. of Michigan reveals lack of role models by Brittany Tom | January 14, 2013 at 4:55 PM Kyla McMullen's graduation from University of Michigan in spring (Courtesy of Kyla McMullen) Related Posts Declining numbers of blacks seen i…
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Space probe scores a 310-million-mile bull's-eye with comet landing By Ralph Ellis, CNN updated 8:37 AM EST, Tue November 18, 2014 STORY HIGHLIGHTS NEW: Controllers say the probe's anchoring harpoons failed, craft may have bounced NASA scientist calls the comet the most "bizarre, wonderful …
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EXHIBIT UNVEILED TO HONOR A&T’S HISTORY IN SPACE A multi-media display celebrating North Carolina A&T’s history in space will be revealed on Wednesday, Aug. 27 in the Academic Classroom Building. One side of the exhibition honors alumnus and astronaut Ronald E. McNair, who served as a mi…
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One-hundred fifteen years after the birth of pioneering black American chemist Percy Julian, blacks continue to be underrepresented in the sciences. By Sudeshna Chowdhury, Staff writer / April 11, 2014 Percy Lavon Julian fought against all odds and did pioneering work i…
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Did You Know? ** BLACK HISTORY MONTH SPECIAL**

Black History Month Profile #28

Dr. Reatha Clark King

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Dr. Reatha Clark King is the first Black woman to work at the National Bureau of Standards.  While there, she worked to determine accurate heats of formation of gaseous fluorine compounds—work that was extremely important to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) because of its relevance to the space program.

In 1977, she became the President of Metropolitan University in Minnesota. Her design for the growth of that institution included increasing opportunities for minorities and women in higher education.

Dr. King has also left her mark in the corporate world.  In 1988, she was recruited to be Vice President of the General Mills Corporation and President and Executive Director of the General Mills Foundation.  She was later elected as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of General Mills Foundation.

In 2013, she was elected chairman of the board of the National Association of Corporate Directors.

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