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Chemical engineering graduate Hensley Sejour ’01 will talk about his experiences as a minority student athlete at Lafayette and current graduate student at Georgia Tech noon tomorrow in room 300 of Alumni Hall of Engineering.

Free and open to the public, the talk is sponsored by the student chapter of American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Pizza will be provided.

Graduating with honors in chemical engineering, Sejour received Lafayette’s Charles Duncan Fraser Prize, Dr. E.L. McMillen-K.K. Malhotra ’49 Prize, and Luther F. Witmer Prize. He was a Marquis Scholar, EXCEL Scholar, and member of the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society. He competed in track and field.

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