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I wanted to be an engineer, and there were many people who said I wouldn’t make it. I would cry – I had tears falling on my hands, but I was still working on my keyboard.”
– The first African American woman to earn an engineering doctoral degree in Oklahoma, Dr. Pamela McCauley is Oklahoma’s ‘Hidden Figure.’ An AWIS National Governing Board Member, the STEM entrepreneur is also NSF I-Corps program director.
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