Take a Journey in Science 2018 Welcomes All – 5th in the series
What: A series of lightning talks on high-interest topics in science that shape our understanding of the world.
They are short talks on high-interest topics in STEM Disciplines presented by UA faculty.
When: February 2018
Where: Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering
Audience: All UA students. Faculty welcome too.
How long: Presentation about 10 minutes, plus Q&A
|Schedule of presentations|
|Speaker||Title of Talk||Date/Day/Time|
Capstone College of Nursing
|“Leadership Characteristics and Attributes of Baccalaureate Nursing”||Feb. 01, Thursday,
11:00- 11:15 am
Department of Physics and Astronomy / Center of Materials for Information Technology (MINT)
“Spintronics – let’s spin”
|Feb. 08, Thursday,
2:00 – 2:15 pm
Department of Geological Sciences
|“Making skeletons speak: records of climate change from Biominerals”||Feb. 13, Tuesday,
11:00 – 11:15 am
| Qiang Huang
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering /Center of Materials for Information Technology (MINT)
|“Nanotechnology – Things Behave Differently Down There”||Feb 20, Tuesday,
2:00 – 2:15 pm
Electrical and Computer Engineering
|“Nature-Inspired Bio-mimetic Design of Next-Generation Cognitive Radar”||Thursday, Feb 22
3 -3:15 p.m.
Sponsor: Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering.
Join the fun and learn about science
Contact: Mangala Krishnamurthy, email@example.com, 205-348-2109