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Science Library Displays: Dr. Jedidah Isler

A guide that has information about the displays in the science library as well as original content created for displays.

More about Dr. Jedidah Isler

Dr. Jedidah Isler maintains her own website and biography on her website, but a few highlights from her career include: She is an assistant professor of Astrophysics at Dartmouth college. She was the first African American woman to earn a astrophysics degree from Yale. She went on to further participate in the Fisk-Vanderbilt Masters-to-Ph.D. Bridge program, and later went on to finish her Ph.D. at Yale. She studies blazars, which are a type of super black hole. 


A prominent speaker, Dr. Jedidah Isler is the moderator and original creator of a monthly Google hangout series called "Vanguard STEM," a webcast that focuses on issues of women of color in STEM. The goals of the webcast is to bring together emerging and established women in STEM together. #vanguardSTEM Her non-profit, the SeRCH Foundation is related to her work with Vanguard STEM.

TED and Informational Talks by Dr. Jedidah Isler

Books about Opportunities for People of Color in STEM