The Science in Action Seminars are held every two weeks on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in Building 7, Room 7106.
This biweekly series is presented in partnership with the San Francisco State University Bridges to Baccalaureate Program, the Skyline College Science, Math & Technology Division, and the Math, Engineering, Science Achievement Program (MESA).
The lecture series is free and open to the public. The topics vary and are geared not only towards science, but the entire college experience, so non-science students are encouraged to attend. Attendance confirmation slips are provided. We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information on the Science in Action Lecture Series, please contact Ana Gutierrez-Gamez.
The inaugural talk was by Blair Bazdarich, Outreach and Teen Program Manager at the San Francisco Zoo. She talked about becoming a Science communicator and about her blog and her work with the Zoomobile.
The following event was a Bridges/PUMAS student panel where current and past Skyline College students who participated in the summer internship program presented their summer research projects and also touched on what getting paid for doing research meant to them.
In two weeks, former Skyline College student Joshwin Sagoo, M.S. Candidate at UC Santa Cruz, will share with us about research opportunities and the transfer experience.
Article by Nick Kapp