8 dic 2023 · Occidental College President Emeritus John B. Slaughter Dies at 89 December 8, 2023 Dick Anderson Photo by Marc Campos Share John Brooks Slaughter, Occidental College’s 11th president, died on December 6 at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, surrounded by family and friends.
8 dic 2023 · Research Innovation A Life Well Lived: John Brooks Slaughter, First Black NSF Director and USC Emeritus Professor, Dies at 89 USC Viterbi Staff | December 8, 2023 The John Brooks Slaughter Center for Engineering Diversity stands as a testament to his commitment to excellence and equity.
13 nov 2023 · Occidental College campus includes the academic quad, iconic Thorne Hall, residence halls, the Greek Bowl, and athletic facilities including Jack Kemp Stadium, Patterson Field and Bell Field. Student Cohort Size. Occidental College has an undergraduate population of 2,104 students. 99% of students full-time.
8 dic 2023 · Telegram Group Join Now John Brooks Slaughter, who served as the president of Occidental College in Los Angeles for 25 years and later became the chancellor of the University of Maryland, College Park, passed away on December 8, 2023. He was 89 years old.
8 dic 2023 · A distinguished educator, researcher and administrator for six decades, Slaughter was a groundbreaking engineer whose career spanned government agencies, nonprofits and academia; he served as the first Black president of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Occidental College and was the third Black inductee into the National Academy of Engineering.
8 dic 2023 · John Brooks Slaughter, the 11th president of Occidental College and a trailblazing figure in the field of engineering and education, passed away on December 6, 2023, at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena. He was surrounded by his family and friends during his last moments. He was 89. John Brooks Slaughter’s Life & Career
30 nov 2023 · President Elam has commissioned a Task Force on Promoting Community and Safety at Occidental College to lead a cross-divisional response to the current climate. Academic communities have been deeply challenged recently by the very real and rising phenomena of antisemitism and Islamophobia—at baseline, we certainly share an unequivocal ...