Race, Health, and Future Humans: Lessons from the Legacy of Henrietta Lacks
About the speaker: Dr. Sylvester A. Johnson is Assistant Vice Provost for the Humanities and Executive Director of the “Tech for Humanity” initiative at Virginia Tech. He is the founding director of Virginia Tech’s Center for Humanities, which is supporting human-centered research and humanistic approaches to the guidance of technology.
This public, non-ticketed event can be attended live in the Ballroom or viewed virtually through Zoom Webinar.
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