Dr. Linda Bailey Hayden has been selected as one of the African American Women in Science and Technology to be featured in the Black Creativity 2000 Exhibition by the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. Black Creativity is the largest celebration of its kind in the city of Chicago and the nation. Each year, approximately 70,000 people visit the exhibit during its run. The mission behind Black Creativity is to highlight the achievements and accomplishments of African Americans to the country and the world. This year, the museum will feature women in the scientific and industrial community. The exhibit is scheduled to run January 15, 2000 through March 5, 2000. Dr. Hayden serves as principal investigator for The Nurturing ECSU Research Talent Program funded by the Office of Naval Research. She also serves as principal investigator for the NASA Network Resources and Training Site housed on the campus of Elizabeth City State University.

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