❄️Winter 2020 GradSWE STEM Roundtable❄️
Hello All! Thanks to a generous DIF grant (Diversity Innovation Funds) from the VPGE (Vice Provost for Graduate Education) we will continue hosting STEM Roundtable Series (online) during these times of social distancing!
The idea is to provide a space to lead discussions on interesting STEM topics, spark interesting conversations and eat lunch together :D
Please sign up to both attend and present! Any research or media related to STEM Research (your own, your groups or done for fun/class), STEM Education, Women in STEM and professional development are welcome!
Previous topics include: "A Meta Discussion on Discussions", "How to Present Your Research to a General Audience", "Biopolymer-Stabilized Regolith for Extraterrestrial Structures", "Talking Engineering in the Science Classroom", so diversity is more than welcomed!
Dates & Time:
Fri | Feb 7th | 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Fri | Feb 21th | 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Fri | Mar 6th | 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Locations: Blume Center Library (Subject to change)
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Which roundtables will you be attending?
Friday February 7th @ 12:30 pm
Friday February 21st @ 12:30 pm
Friday March 6th @ 12:30 pm
Are you interested in presenting or leading a discussion?
It can be a 10-20 minute presentation. Any topics related to STEM Research (your own, your groups or done for fun/class), STEM Education or/and Women in STEM are welcome! All years are welcome to present! You can also lead a discussion on a cool short media that you recently interacted with, such as a TED video, a podcast, etc.
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