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Celebration of Science

Join the Natural and Applied Sciences division for a week-long celebration of the sciences at Loyola with special campus events and demos!

Celebration of Science Loyola University

Celebration of Science Week
April 16 - April 20, 2018

Monday, April 16:  Speed Mentoring Event sponsored by Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

6 - 8 pm, McGuire West

All students are welcome! 

What is Speed Mentoring? Speed Mentoring is like speed dating, but with professional development.   Speed Mentoring will provide a chance for you to have a series of short, focused conversations about life as a professional. 

Who will be the mentors? We will have industry professionals from Whiting Turning, Northrup Grumman, and more!

Please rsvp to Dr. Raenita Fenner at rafenner@loyola.edu.

 

Wednesday, April 18:  Celebration of Science Night

5 - 7 pm, McGuire East

An evening of science celebration... from research to innovation and collaboration!  Light refreshments provided. 

  • Join us to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Hauber Summer Research Fellowship program with poster displays and talks. 
  • Support Loyola's University Innovation Fellows at their pinning ceremony and learn more about their innovation initiatives on campus. 
  • Meet and greet with local Baltimore incubators and innovation spaces and learn how you can be involved. 

 

Friday, April 20:  Robotics Demos

12:15 - 2 pm, Boulder Atrium

Loyola's VEX U team is growing and has competed in the playoff rounds of a state-wide tournament this year.  Stop by for robotics demos and fun! 

 

Saturday, April 21: IoT Workshop

9 am - 5 pm, LND Library Collaboratory and Lab A

During this workshop presented by guest instructor Sherwood Olson, Chair of IEEE Baltimore Section, students will learn the basic concepts of an IoT station that collects environmental data (temp, humidity, pressure) and uploads it to an Internet data collection site for storage and display. Students will be exposed to embedded programming concepts (Arduino), basic digital system design, and interfacing with Wi-Fi and the Internet.  Space is limited and students must register in advance.  Click here for workshop registration.  Contact Dr. Fenner with any questions, rafenner@loyola.edu.

 

Visit the science club tables in Boulder Atrium from 11 am - 2 pm each day throughout the week.

For more information, contact Jen Sullivan (jlsullivan4@loyola.edu or x5572)