Named in honor of pioneering biologist Everett Ernest Just, Dartmouth’s E.E. Just Program offers students interested in pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics a unique opportunity to engage one-on-one with experts and industry leaders through mentorship.
Mentors include President Barack Obama’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, Prof. Sylvester James Gates and the virtual reality pioneer and consultant to Microsoft Labs, Jaron Lanier.
Director Dr. Stephon Alexander describes the program as, “[promoting] academic excellence, strategies for academic success, a supportive, inclusive and dynamic community of STEM scholars and graduate students, postdocs and faculty mentoring.”
Findlay created a digital platform to promote the program to prospective students and mentors alike to learn about how they can take part in this unique opportunity.
The platform contextualized the history of the program while connecting it with social media and showcasing it’s heritage through multimedia.
The media platform was launched in tandem with the Program’s annual Symposium where board members and distinguished guests were invited to Dartmouth to speak on their work.