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Graduate Program Visits - Fall 2021
Interested in a summer research experience or want to pursue a Ph.D. in the future? Students will hear from panelists whose careers range from academia to industry and even in government sectors. Our panel will share their path and experience from college to their current positions. Attend in-person or via Zoom.
Thrive
Part of the Thrive Event Series
Resilience is a Top Skill needed to get through the day! And there has never been a more appropriate or more necessary time than NOW to focus on our resilience. Unfortunately, it is normal for us to seek routine and often focus more on negativity than positivity. The good news is, we change that norm and build our resilience so we can handle change, high-pressure situations, and stress in a healthier way. Via Zoom.
Alex Klotz
Hosted by the Fellows of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Dr. Alex Klotz will discuss his work in the exploration of the physics of DNA knots, such as the DNA of a parasite that is made of thousands of loops linked together like chainmail armor. Via Zoom. Registration required.
Thrive
Part of the Thrive Event Series
First Generation: Creating Success Through SMART Goals. This workshop will discuss the day-to-day process of making choices that influence our health, wellness and academic success, while also managing the impact of stress. We will provide a wellness model that can be a tool to improve outcomes of personal goals and reduce stress. Via Zoom.
Thrive
Part of the Thrive Event Series
Are you interested in exploring connections between human rights and science, and the health professions? Come to this presentation to learn how the applications of a scientific approach or a new technology can address human rights concerns and make connections between human rights obligations and the social responsibilities of scientists and health professionals. Via Zoom.