Friday 9/23 @ 7pm, WEL 2.224
UT researchers come together to communicate research to everyone at every age, even from K-12th grades, so don’t worry if you’re still learning the complicated research jargon. This ESI event will present Building Brains for Tomorrow with Dr. Alison Preston. Not planning on going out to Sixth Street that night but still want to have fun? ESI is just for you.
Here is the website –> http://www.esi.utexas.edu/index.php
Friday 9/23 @ 4pm, PAI 3.02
Engineer galore! This Friday’s meeting will guest star Dr. Glenn Lightsey, an Aerospace Engineer who specializes in the dynamic and control of space vehicles using avonic sensors. If you have any idea what any of those words meant, then I congratulate you, fellow SURGers, because I certainly didn’t. Nevertheless, come invite your friends, both engineers or not, and have fun on a Friday afternoon with us! Free food? Oh yes, definitely. But Free Red Mango Yogurt Samples? In our SURGe Meeting? Oh yes, even more definitely.
Wednesday 9/21 @ 6-7pm, PAI 4.14
Having trouble finding what research interests you? Don’t know how to find the right words to say to a professor without embarrassing yourself silly? Then the EUREKA Workshop’s got your back. We will guide you step-by-step through the EUREKA website on how to identify the research that fits right with you, so check us out!
Thursday 9/22 @ 3-3:30pm (Meet at 2:45pm), Patterson Building (PAT)
Take the day off by exploring the trends of evolution in coral reefs as they respond to the climate changes. You’ll get a chance to walk through their vast aquariums and check out their cool coral reef samples they’ve collected from around the world (Florida Keys, the Bahamas, Australia, and Micronesia). There are also undergraduate students working in the lab as well, so this is a great opportunity to talk to them about their experiences working in the Matz Lab and undergraduate research overall.
For those who are interested, please fill out this survey –> http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CPCSSKT
Interested in scientific forensics? Come to the Crime Lab Tour in the Department of Public Safety on TBA
Hopefully everyone is having a great summer break. The fall semester is rapidly approaching, and SURGe cannot wait to welcome old and new longhorns. I hope everyone can join us on September 2, 2011 to kick off the semester.
Come learn about the numerous wonderful things you can look forward to this year as a SURGer. Expect FREE FOOD and the best experience as a member of the largest research group at the University of Texas.
Remember, No dues just research!