Dajae Williams

To NASA and beyond – Dajae Williams to speak on March 18

Posted by on March 11, 2021

Join student diversity initiatives 2-3 p.m. Thursday, March 18, for a Women’s History Month presentation titled “Inspirational Women in STEM featuring Dajae Williams.”

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Celebrate Women’s History Month

Posted by on March 8, 2021

A trivia night, movie watch party and presentations by S&T alumnae are a few of the events planned to celebrate March as Women’s History Month. Get more details about each event by clicking the following links or visiting the student diversity initiatives website:

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Future NASA engineer drops some knowledge in music video

Posted by on November 29, 2017

Dajae Williams, a senior in engineering management from St. Louis, raps about the quadratic equation in a new video. After graduating from Missouri S&T in December, Williams will work as a manufacturing engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California. She also wants to use her passion for hip hop to encourage other minority students to pursue degrees in science, technology, engineering or math. Watch the video.

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Student commencement speakers selected

Posted by on November 27, 2017

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The Winter 2017 commencement ceremonies will feature student speakers. Undergraduate students were invited this fall to compete for the chance to become one of four speakers. The following individuals will present their speeches during their graduation ceremony Saturday, Dec. 16, in Gale Bullman Building:

Morning ceremony at 10 a.m.

  • Madison Morris, bachelor of science in biology, representing the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business
  • Dajae Moe Williams, bachelor of science in engineering management, representing the College of Engineering and Computing

Afternoon ceremony at 3:30 p.m.

  • Lauren Cockrum, bachelor of science in business and management systems, representing the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business
  • Kelcy Yunghans, bachelor of science in electrical engineering, representing the College of Engineering and Computing
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