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Now in its fourth year, Research Live! asks graduate students from all disciplines to celebrate their work and hone their presentation skills by giving a compelling 3-minute talk for a general audience. Please share information with graduate students in your unit. Assets for digital signage, social media, and printable pdfs are available for download in Box.
Attention University of Illinois graduate students! You're engaged in fascinating, ground-breaking research. Your archival work, ethnographies, and textual analysis are transformative. You can analyze a data set like nobody's business. You design, choreograph, sculpt, compose, and create works that can change the world.
But can you get a general audience interested and excited about what you do in only 3 minutes? Enter Research Live! to take the challenge.
Melissa Kearns from Garden Hills elementary reached out and wanted to find out if you or anyone in Civil would be interested in participating in their 3-5 STEM club. This program is designed to help promote STEM to grade 3-5 and is supported by a 4-5 year grant that they have just been awarded. Melissa hopes to have the club up and running by October.
Their meetings will be every Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 at Garden Hills Elementary School.
Goal: Exposure to engineering in general
Transportation: available to bring students to campus if needed
Meeting Times: Flexible to meet on another after school time if needed
For further info, please contact Keely Ashman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Observation and Monitoring of Ground Behavior – from the Source to the Structure
Edward J. Cording
Friday, Sept 21, 10:00 AM, Newmark Lab 2311
CEE FALL 2018 JOB FAIR
Wednesday, September 26th
& Thursday, September 27th