WISE will be hosting graduate student science and engineering talks on campus this semester and next.
Our first set of talks will be Sunday 11/22/15, 1pm-2pm in the Undergraduate Sciences Building (USB), room 2260, on central campus.
Registration is Required here: http://goo.gl/forms/Sb3BlMtZz1
Dreaming Big, Thinking Tiny: Chemical Engineering in Cancer Research
PhD candidate in the Department of Chemical Engineering
Growing into Science: Becoming a Lady Laser Scientist
PhD candidate in the Department of Chemistry, focusing in Physical Chemistry
• These talks are intended for audiences in middle school, high school or older.
• Each talk will be about 20 minutes with time for questions following.
• WISE is thrilled to partner with RELATE, an organization that provides training to graduate students to better communicate their research with general audiences. (www.learntoRELATE.org)
The address for the USB is 204 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor, 48109
There is free parking on Sunday, directly under the building.
Please use Palmer Drive off of Washtenaw to access the USB visitor’s lot (second entrance on the left). Please remember which elevator you parked near (e.g. north or south). Enter from the South elevator (the North elevator does not go up on the weekends).
Take the parking structure elevator to the Plaza Level “P”.
Walk straight ahead down the window-lined hallway to the next set of elevators (these are the only USB elevators that go up on the weekends).
Take the elevators to the second floor and turn right. Follow the window-lined hallway to room 2260.
**IF YOU ARRIVE AT THE ROOM AFTER 1PM, PLEASE GO TO THE THIRD FLOOR AND ENTER THROUGH THE TOP OF THE AUDITORIUM SO AS NOT TO DISTURB THE SPEAKERS.***