Finding Yourself in STEM is a student-led series to build community, practice self-care, and to talk through how to succeed in STEM fields. Events are free and open to all UW-Madison students. Spring 2021 virtual events will be hosted on Zoom.
Mark your calendars! Register to receive connection information at: tinyurl.com/fyis-registration
Citizen Science & STEM Outreach Panel, Wednesday, April 14, 6:00 PM (Central Time)
Join us during Citizen Science Month (April!) as we speak with professionals and graduate students about the impacts and connections made through outreach. Panelists will share their motivations to pursue STEM and will answer questions about the various projects to which they have contributed.
Panelists include: Natalie Bueno, Program and Partnership Coordinator, Northwestern University; Dr. Letimicia Fears, Resident Scientist, Vanderbilt University; Tomás Yan, Science Educator, Metro Nashville Public Schools; Sarah Dance, graduate student, UW-Madison Environmental Chemistry and Technology; Maddie Mathews, graduate student, UW-Madison Environmental Chemistry and Technology
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