Every year, scientists from all over the world put on the Pint of Science Festival where they give talks in bars and restaurants that the public can attend. This year it’s online. This is actually a good thing because now you can attend talks from different countries. The countries participating this year are the US, UK,… Continue reading Pint of Science Festival (September 7 through 11)
From Student Life and Leadership… The “4 O’clock Jam” originally started in our office as a way to relieve stress and to connect with each other by learning something about who we work with through song choice. As we create a virtual student life, we will be playing music for one hour on Zoom and… Continue reading 4 O’Clock Jam Session, Friday 04/03
From Professor Ken Collins The SESA is given annually to one or more students that have educational/career interests in the environmental sciences (broadly defined). Generally we award $2,000-$3,000 each year, so it is definitely worth a students time and effort to apply. Please share this information and the attached application with any students that may… Continue reading Schlinger Environmental Science Award – Apply by 03/13/20
Welcome back everyone! Our first meeting of the semester will be this coming Thursday, February 6 at 3-4pm in Room 412. From there on out, it will be the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month.
There’s going to be a lot going on this semester so come by to find out about events you can participate in! We’ll also be playing some games and getting your feedback for meetings/events you’d like to see. Find out how you can join the board. Everyone is welcome! We hope to see you there.