Date: May 2nd
Location: Ford Alumni Center Ballroom
This workshop will provide the opportunity for graduate students to meet local scientists and communicate their science to a wide range of audiences. This will be done in a speed dating type fashion, where each pair will have 5 minutes to discuss their research. This is a great place to gain communication and networking experience! Applications are required and there is a limit to the number of graduate students that can attend. Priority will be given to those who have attended the communication workshop with Mark Blaine.
Apply on our website by April 24th!
Application form here! (or fill out below)
Event Details Here
All undergraduates, of any year, major, and gender, are invited to this free event to discuss the next steps after earning a bachelor’s of science degree.
Join us for a Q&A session with a grad student panel from departments in STEM, followed by a round table discussion with local career scientists from UO and the surrounding area!
Come join us for our 10th Annual Generations Luncheon!
The generations luncheon brings together students of science from high school through faculty levels for lunch. The event is inclusive to everyone, but aimed to provide inspiration to female identifying STEM enthusiasts. This year’s luncheon will feature a keynote address from gold medalist runner and coach Cathie Twomey Bellamy. Attendance is by invitation only, except for graduate student WGS Members.
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Date: Thursday, June 14, 2018 from 12:00 pm – 2:00pm
Location: Redwood Auditorium, Erb Memorial Union