Calendar

Jan
22
Sat
WISE Conference 2022
Jan 22 – Jan 23 all-day

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) is proud to present our 10th Annual National Conference, “Above and Beyond,” which will be held on Jan. 22-23, 2022.

We have a lineup of incredible speakers, workshops, panelists, competitions, and company sponsors here to fuel your professional and personal development, widen the reach of your network, and ignite your drive to pursue your passions.

Register online to attend.

Jan
23
Sun
Deadline to make an S-term Extra course a credit course
Jan 23 all-day

Deadline to make an S-term Extra course a credit course.

Last day students can add or substitute S-term courses
Jan 23 all-day

Last day students can add or substitute S-term courses.

Jan
24
Mon
Race, Equity & Action Speaker Series: The Future of Campus Safety Through an Antiracism Lens @ Online event
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

In light of the many calls for systemic changes in the areas of policing, law enforcement and campus safety, we aim to:

• Create space for critical dialogue on the role of community in establishing safety practices.
• Identify what systemic antiracism changes in community safety can look like.
• Discuss the role all levels of the university play in re-envisioning safety practices through an antiracism lens.

Register online to attend.

Jan
25
Tue
Artificial Intelligence Engineering Minor & Certificate Information Session @ Online event
Jan 25 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

AI and Machine Learning are impacting every discipline in engineering! Prof. Jason Anderson gives an overview of the field and how you can fit the minor or certificate into your degree.

Register online to attend.

Jan
26
Wed
ACE Seminar: The Science and Practice of Learning
Jan 26 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

How does learning happen? In this workshop, discover the building blocks of effective learning and how metacognition (thinking about thinking) can lead to deeper and more durable learning.

  • Understand the science of learning to enhance your study practice
  • Move beyond superficial memorization to engage deeply in your coursework
  • Improve your studying with an introduction to key learning strategies

Register online to attend.

Engineering Business Minor & Certificate Information Session @ Online event
Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Business know-how isn’t just for entrepreneurs – it’s valuable for any engineer in any company! Prof. Elham Marzi will show you how you can incorporate finance, marketing and management into your list of future skills!

Register online to attend.

Jan
28
Fri
ACE Seminar: How to Build your Network while Learning in Engineering
Jan 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

When you think about university and the experiences you will gain here, you probably think about learning, growing, and expanding your mind. But you should also consider the relationships and connections you will form during your time in classrooms, labs, and extra-curricular activities. With busy schedules and demanding course workload in Engineering, especially this year where things are being both virtual and in-person, it might seem daunting to make friendships and connections.

The connections you make can go a long way, whether for your time at the university or many years after graduating. Studies have shown that students who make friends, connections, and form relationships in university are more likely to succeed academically. In this session, you will learn the importance of networking and making connections, and more importantly, how you make these connections while learning.

Register online to attend.

Environmental Engineering& Sustainable Energy Minors Info Session @ Online event
Jan 28 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Passion for alternative energy systems?  Curious about how engineers can improve the state of the environment?  Come learn from Prof. Karney about how one of these two minors can be a part of your degree!

Register online to attend.

Feb
2
Wed
ACE Seminar: Knowing Yourself: Wellness through an Indigenous Lens
Feb 2 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Why do we experience burnout? During busy times, we can sacrifice our social, emotional, and physical needs while we focus on studying. In this workshop, explore an Indigenous lens that understands university learning as a whole-person experience.

  • Learn about the Medicine Wheel as a tool for understanding the Self and our learning.
  • Apply self-compassion as you attend to your holistic needs as a learner to avoid burnout.
  • Appreciate your strengths and your areas of growth as you access resources of support.

Register online to attend.

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