SEIR 2nd floor lobby
All new and returning College of Science students are invited to our back-to-school mixer where you can make new friends and chat with faculty members from each of our departments. Refreshments will be served.
Life Sciences Building east-side breezeway
Join the College of Science for our annual Maverick Stampede welcome back to school event! Come by and enjoy a free frozen treat from Beyond Ice and check out our student organization fair, where you can learn about some of the many science student orgs on campus.
Join the Science Constituency Council for an informal Q&A with Dean Morteza Khaledi. The dean will discuss what's happening in the College of Science and answer your questions. Free pizza lunch will be served.
SEIR 298, 2nd floor lobby
Interested in getting involved in research in the College of Science? Come by to learn about some of the exciting research going on in each of our departments.
From 11 a.m.-12 p.m. there will be an info session with Kayunta Johnson-Winters, interim director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and associate professor of chemistry. She will talk about the opportunities for students to do undergraduate research. That will be followed by a moderated Q&A panel of undergraduate student researchers, faculty and advisors.
From 12-1 p.m. there will be an informal mixer in the SEIR 2nd floor lobby where students can meet faculty members and ask questions about their research and what opportunities there are for undergraduate students to get involved.
CRB 114 (reception at 2:30 p.m. in CRB 112)
Join us for a special Distinguished Women in Science presentation by Alexandra Navrotsky, Ph.D., Regents Professor at Arizona State University, Director of the Navrotsky Eyring Center for Materials of the Universe, and National Academy of Sciences member. She has made major contributions to both mineralogy/geochemistry and to solid state chemistry/materials science. Her talk will be titled "Why I Count Calories for a Living."
UTA Planetarium theater (in the Chemistry & Physics Building)
Join us for a fun free movie night (movie announcement coming soon) in the comfy confines of the Planetarium! With Halloween only a few days away, the wearing of costumes is highly encouraged.