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Photo Gallery: Deputy Secretary Seth Harris Visits Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-Salem, NC
(September 27, 2012)

Images include:

  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris asks Biotech Instructor Dr. Aju N. Lekwauwa , center, about the specialized training students receive in his class.
  • Forsyth Tech biotech students explain to Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris their current lab project.
  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris, left, dons a white lab coat while he and Forsyth Tech president Gary Green, center right, examine an experiment firsthand on a biotech lab tour.
  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris observes a cell culture slide in one of Forsyth Tech's bioscience labs.
  • Forsyth Tech President Gary Green welcomes Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris to Forsyth Tech to announce that Forsyth Tech, and its eleven partners across the nation, have been awarded a three-year, $15 million grant to train a bioscience workforce. (Congressman Mel Watt, back left; Russ Read, Director, National Center for the Biotech Workforce, back right)
  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris explains to invited guests at Forsyth Tech how the TAACCCT grant Forsyth Tech has been awarded is designed to strengthen and expand the middle class by training students for work that will propel the economy of the 21st century. (Congressman Mel Watt, back left; Russ Read, Director, National Center for the Biotech Workforce, back right)

Images include:

  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris asks Biotech Instructor Dr. Aju N. Lekwauwa , center, about the specialized training students receive in his class.
  • Forsyth Tech biotech students explain to Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris their current lab project.
  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris, left, dons a white lab coat while he and Forsyth Tech president Gary Green, center right, examine an experiment firsthand on a biotech lab tour.
  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris observes a cell culture slide in one of Forsyth Tech's bioscience labs.
  • Forsyth Tech President Gary Green welcomes Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris to Forsyth Tech to announce that Forsyth Tech, and its eleven partners across the nation, have been awarded a three-year, $15 million grant to train a bioscience workforce. (Congressman Mel Watt, back left; Russ Read, Director, National Center for the Biotech Workforce, back right)
  • Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris explains to invited guests at Forsyth Tech how the TAACCCT grant Forsyth Tech has been awarded is designed to strengthen and expand the middle class by training students for work that will propel the economy of the 21st century. (Congressman Mel Watt, back left; Russ Read, Director, National Center for the Biotech Workforce, back right)