Lectures Open to Everyone


February 28
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Cameron Hill, Math
Randomness and Dimension

March 6
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Michelle Personick, Chemistry
Nanoparticles: the Big Science of Small Materials


March 27 
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Fred Cohan, Biology
Toward a Full Accounting of Global Viral Diversity with Help from Population Biology

April 3
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Shawn Lopez, Makerspace
Crossing the Threshold: Digital Tools for a Physical World

April 10
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Renee Sher, Physics
Terahertz Spectroscopy: Tracking Electron Movements in Solar Cells

April 17
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Amy MacQueen, MB&B
Zippers and Stitches in the Meiotic Cell Nucleus

April 24
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Alison O'Neil, Chemistry
Using Stem Cells to Model Neurodegenerative Disease

May 1
1:20-2:40p, ESC113
Barbara Juhasz, Physics
Eye Movements During Reading




February 25
Noon-1:15p, Woodhead Lounge
CIS Prospective Majors Luncheon/Open House
Majoring in science or math? Interested in research?  Learn how the CIS linked major can accelerate your goals.

February 26
5:30-6:30p, ESC074
CIS Workshop 'Graphing with Matlab'
Learn how to construct eye-catching data graphics in 2D and 3D using the powerful yet intuitive MATLAB interface.

April 3
Noon-1:15p, ESC137
WesWIS Wescourses
Get help planning out your courses. WesCourses is a peer-mentor lunch that's a great opportunity to get student-input on class selection during preregistration for the spring semester. Lunch will be served.


April 17
12:30p-2:00p, Exley Science Center Lobby
Celebration of Science Theses
Poster presentations by Natural Sciences and Mathematics Honors and MA Students. Do join us in appreciation of our students' achievements!