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Lab Girl Book Discussion

Join CBS Student Services for a spring book discussion on Lab Girl by Hope Jahren from 4-5 p.m. on March 31. The book is a memoir about Jahren’s life in the lab working with trees, flowers, soil, and seeds. To make the book accessible to you, CBS will provide 20 students with a copy of the book, to register for a book go to

Probable Meets Possible: Leveling Up to Combat Climate Change

Join for a conversation this spring with University scientists about how discoveries happening now may impact the future.

Scientists unravel the effects of climate change at two vastly different levels — from the activities of individual microbes to fluxes of gases in the atmosphere.

CBS Service Night

Join your peers for CBS Service Night to participate in drop-in service activities to support the larger Twin Cities community. Both virtual and in-person opportunities are planned, but specific activities will be finalized closer to the event based on community needs at that time. Feel free to join us for the full hour or drop by for 10 minutes.

CBS Service Night

Alumni Insights | A healthy interest in healthcare - Careers in medicine

If you are thinking about applying to medical or professional school this is the session for you. CBS alumni in healthcare careers will provide their insights about the best way to position yourself for medical and professional school, the application process and what to expect in medical school and as a working physician.

Event Details

  • Wednesday, Mar. 3

  • 4 - 5 p.m. CT via Zoom

  • Register *

*Required, Zoom link sent after registration.