Hear from the Director of Undergraduate Studies for GCD and an Academic Advisor to learn more about the major, career and research opportunities, and degree planning.
When: Tuesday, November 12, 12:15-1:15 pm
Where: 2-101 Nils Hasselmo
Pizza will be provided
Steering STEM is an event for future K-12 teachers. This event focuses around combating bias in STEM education and providing tools and resources for teaching STEM. It will include a speaker and discussion, a panel of current STEM students, and hands-on practice with science experiments that could be used in a classroom. RSVP Here
When: Saturday, Nov 23, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Where: Bruininks Hall (East Bank)
Join the CBS Student Board for pumpkin painting and halloween treats to help spook away the mid-term stress!
When: Tuesday, Oct 29 from 6 - 8 p.m.
Where: Coffman Memorial Union - President's Room
Drop by anytime to learn more about research and career opportunities at the intersection of biological, computer and data sciences at the U and beyond. Learn about BICB and network with current graduate students from a wide range of research disciplines. The afternoon will include a poster session from current students, program information session, Q&A panel, and tours of UMN-TC labs and core facilities
The CBS Student Board wants to hear your feedback on joining and participating in research on campus!
What: CBS Town Hall (Topic: Getting involved in research as students)
Who: All CBS students, faculty, and staff
When: Tuesday October 8th from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Where: Bruininks Hall 432
*Free food from Raising Cane's and Noodles & Company will be provided!*
Come hear CBS undergraduate student, among others, present on Student Mental Health Panel: Prevention & Resilience. The event is part of President Gabel's inauguration week (Sept 16-20) activities and is supported by Call to Mind, Minnesota Public Radio's initiative to foster new conversations around mental health.
Get involved with the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers and connect with high school students interested in STEM fields.
What: As part of the SASE Jr. Program, travel to Hmong College Prep Academy to encourage STEM careers for underrepresented Asian-heritage high school students. Participate in a college student panel and share your experiences.
When: Thursday, September 26th from 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
How can the amount of time you sleep affect your ability to perceive emotion? Why can a small compound in broccoli protect you from cancer? Can the time of day you exercise influence your ability to grow muscle? If any of these questions interest you, join the Integrated Metabolism club at our kick off meeting on to learn more about the intersection between science and a healthy lifestyle!