The Office of Intercultural Engagement will host “Afrofuturism with QuHarrison Terry” on Monday, March 18, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the AMU, Monaghan Ballroom.
The event will discuss questions such as:
- What does afrofuturism mean to a college student?
- What’s the intersection of S.T.E.M. and afrofuturism?
- Do you have to be black to be an afrofuturist?
- What careers are connected to afrofuturism?
- Who are relevant afrofuturists living today?
QuHarrison Terry is a Wisconsin based African-American marketer, technologist and entrepreneur. As the founder of VNM USA, a future-obsessed advertising agency specializing in marketing to millennials, Terry makes a living by propagating nontraditional ideas.
Terry has been featured in the Huffington Post, Xconomy, Cointelegraph, MobiHealth News, MedCity News and many others. As a speaker and moderator, Terry has presented at CES (the world’s largest technology conference), SXSW, TEDx and the Open Data Science Conference. In 2016, 2017 and 2018 he was named one of Linkedin’s top voices in Technology.
The event is free and registration is available online.