Dr. Donna Auguste Stem Role Model Series Poster
Product DescriptionDr. Donna Auguste is a major leader in NEW smartphone and computer technology. She is of African American and Native American descent. Dr. Auguste led computer research teams for Xerox Corp. systems and later Apple, which led to the today's iPhone and iTable systems. She was the first African American woman to enter the Ph.D. engineering and computer program at Mellon University.
Dr. Auguste grew up in a Creole family in Louisiana and Berkley, CA where diversity was an important part of culture. She had a strong interest in technology. From age seven, she would take appliances apart in her house to see how they worked. She received encouragement from her family to pursue her interests and enrolled in the electrical engineering and computer science program at th University of California at Berkley.
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