The upcoming inaugural Women in Engineering Leadership Symposium will be a two-day event sponsored by the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE) Department. The event will take place Wednesday, November 2nd from 5:30 – 9 pm and Thursday, November 3rd from 6-9 pm.
The first day will consist of a grad school info session/networking opportunity with 2022 AIChE President and NC State Professor Dr. Christine Grant, followed by dinner, her keynote speech, small group discussions with Buckeye Engineering Women in Executive Leadership (BEWEL) alumni, and an informal networking opportunity.
The second day of the Symposium will feature a student panel focused on holistic wellness and resources from the OSU Student Wellness Center.
Though this event will have many engineering students attending, non-engineering STEM students are also welcomed to attend. The discussions will be applicable to all STEM students and will be a great networking opportunity for all.
The symposium has limited capacity, so signups are required for attending one or both days of the event. You may sign up here. Additional information will be emailed to those who sign up.
To better understand changes that need to be made to STEM learning environments, The Ohio State University is launching a new seminar series, Our Inclusive Path Forward: Addressing Inequities in STEM Education.
The six-part series features lectures by national leaders in recruiting, retaining and graduating a diverse population of STEM students in science, technology, engineering, math and medicine. The goal is to provide opportunities for faculty, staff and students to learn about best practices and ultimately make Ohio State’s STEM programs more equitable and inclusive. While some events have a disciplinary focus, all attendees will benefit from the perspectives and practices shared.
The series kicks off March 3 and wraps up April 14. All events are free and open to the public. Learn more and register here.
TOMORROW, March 10, at 6pm there will be a seminar (“That None Shall Perish”) by Kelly Mack, the national leader of Project Kaleidoscope, a STEM education national program with excellence in active-learning models. Register here.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Brigham Young University is pleased to invite interested undergraduate students to attend its upcoming virtual seminar lectures and Q&A sessions regarding the chemistry/biochemistry graduate school program at BYU.
The five virtual seminars will be given by current faculty in the five disciplines offered in BYU ‘s master’s and doctorate programs. This is a great opportunity to hear about current research happening at BYU, especially if you are not familiar with possible opportunities and research topics. Learn more about the seminars on this graphic.
The Q&A session will focus on graduate school admissions and life as a graduate student in Provo, UT.
If you are interested, sign up here. A zoom link will be sent either the day of or the day before the event.
Chemistry & Biochemistry undergraduate alum, Erwin Raphael ’89, will be here on Thursday, October 4 to present a seminar entitled “Interesting Byproducts: Why Genesis was Born to Rise” and to speak to you, our undergrads, on his experience here at Ohio State. Erwin is now the Executive Director at Genesis (Hyundai). Please come to CBEC 267 this Thursday at 12:00pm to meet Erwin and listen to his seminar!