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On July 23th I sat down with my good friend Simone. We discussed what it means to be seen in intersection disciplines. To Simone, being seen means to be uplifted, supported, celebrated and valued.

Guest: Dr. Simone Hyater-Adams

Host/Creator: Tamia Williams

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Dr. Simone Hyater-Adams is a physicist, artist, educator, and researcher with a passion for creating more opportunities for Black STEM students. After receiving her B.S. in Physics from Hampton University, she pursued graduate studies at the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) where she was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Currently, Simone is an Education and Diversity Programs Manager at American Physical Society working with their National Mentoring Community. In addition to this work, Simone also develops and facilitates equity workshops with goals to cultivate more inclusive and equitable STEM learning and working environments.

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