The sophomore seminar meets every Monday at 3:00-4:15 p.m. in Knott Hall 004, each fall semester. Sophomore CPaMS Scholars are required to take the 1-credit seminar course and attend every meeting. Other students are encouraged to attend any seminar meeting that they find interesting. The last fifteen minutes of each seminar with a guest speaker is a chance for informal chatting and networking.
||Career Center, including game on finding yourself
||Student Panel -- hear from CPaMS juniors and seniors on their internships and job preparations
||Counseling Center on Imposter Syndrome and Stereotype Threat
|Sept. 26 (Thursday)
||Grand Seminar -- Biological Models
||Christopher Coletta, NIA, "Data Science and Health"
||Kadin Caiines, Kaiser Permanente, "Health Data and Modeling"
Rachel Fraczkowski, RDA Software Developer, "Web development"
||Laurian Vega, Booz Allen Hamilton, User Experience
||Timothy Wood, George Washington University, Cloud Computing
||Andrea Heyman, Etsy
||Christian Jones, JHU
||Ya-Shian Li-Baboud, NIST
||Bringing it all together -- reflection on the semester
"The CPaMS Program brings in professionals in various sectors to speak at weekly seminars about their field of study and expertise, allowing us as scholars to see the scope of how far our STEM majors can take us."
—Emily Cebulski, CPaMS Scholar