Tomorrow (Tuesday, March 21st) in Hodges Library from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Pipeline–Vols for Women in STEM will be hosting the 3rd Annual Women in STEM Research Symposium. This year’s symposium will feature over 90 presentations from UT graduate students doing research in STEM-related fields, from Animal Science, Kinesiology, and Nursing, to Chemistry, Physics, and Zoology. Dr. Amanda Bryant-Friedrich from the University of Toledo Graduate School will give this year’s keynote lecture, and five prominent women in STEM from the local Knoxville area will be joining in for a Q/A panel over lunch.
STEM faculty and postdocs have graciously volunteered to evaluate the poster and oral presentations throughout the day, and awards will be given to the best presentations at the undergraduate and graduate level.
This is a great opportunity for you to come out and support your fellow Vols in STEM! For a full schedule and details about the invited speakers, visit the website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter for updates and announcements.