TEDxOhioStateUniversity will hold its annual event on February 22. The theme this year is Magnify. This theme comes from desire to highlight groundbreaking concepts as well as scrutinize the seemingly smallest of details on the TEDx stage.
There will be 12 speakers – a mix of professors, grad students, and undergrads who are all Ohio State affiliated speaking on a wide variety of topics spanning from animation techniques to cellular stress response.
Light breakfast and light lunch will be provided. On Saturday, February 22, registration and breakfast will begin at 10:30am. The conference will conclude at 4:15pm.
Tickets are $15 for students or $20 for non-students. Ticket sales end Saturday, February 22 at 10:00am.
Additional information can be found at tedx.osu.edu or on Twitter at @TEDxOhioStateU.
On Thursday, November 15, the Chemistry and Biochemistry Club will be hosting a representative from the Chemical AbstractsService (CAS) to talk about CAS as well as job opportunities, both full time and part time.
The speaker, Molly Strausbaugh, leads a team of ~100 chemists and chemical engineers at CAS. As a division of the American Chemical Society, CAS works to partner with organizations to help solve business, content, technology, and resource challenges. The custom solutions CAS can deliver enable discovery and innovation. Many opportunities exist beyond the lab for chemistry and chemical engineering graduates. Molly leverages her bachelor’s degree in chemistry and an MBA to serve as a leader and active participant in global chemistry activities.
The event will be Thursday, November 15th, from 6:30pm-7:30pm in CBEC 330.
There will be catering from Panera Bread.