Monthly Seminar Lectures - Sept. 17, Oct. 15, Nov. 19

posted Aug 24, 2012, 7:10 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Aug 24, 2012, 7:12 PM ]
SMACS is proud to offer our members and the student body in general the opportunity to explore in depth the wonders of the natural world from a chemical view. This semester, we are offering a series of three lectures, one on every third Monday of the month, designed to enlighten students about the world of chemical research, as well as the world of chemical professions and graduate studies. Our first lecture is on September 17, and will be presented by our president, Annaclaire Hall, on the subject of her research over the past year under Dr. Selby.

The next lecture, scheduled for October, will be an introduction of all the research faculty's works. This will span the broad spectrum of chemistry - from computational to organic, a plethora of topics will be presented. This lecture is designed to inform students of research opportunities available to them right here on campus. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity.

The final lecture is still being worked out, but will most likely feature the return of a particularly well-known student to give a lecture on his/her experiences as a graduate student.

All lectures will have refreshments provided - not that you'd come just for that... right? Also, rumor has it that some professors consider extracurricular lectures to be a bonus experience. Emphasis on bonus.

See you all there!