I have attached some cool events that are coming up in mid June for the Seattle Science Festival. I was hoping some of you may be able to spread the word to students/advisers through your consulting roles? These seem like great events for some of the students that we don’t generally see a lot of opportunities for (Bio and Environment studies particularly). Please let me know if that would be possible and if any of you have connections with the respective departments:
· Computer Science
Cool Jobs Computer Science Flyer_FINAL.pdf
We want to announce three outstanding events featuring highly successful professionals in three fields where there are significant regional and national career opportunities: Computer Science, Biotechnology and Clean and Green technologies.
These events are designed to provide students with opportunities for Q & A with these high-level professionals across numerous sectors – academia, industry, non-profit and research. They offer an unparalleled chance for your students to learn directly from the experts about educational pathways and career opportunities in these key fields.
Please post these on your web site, calendar, or in your offices so your students are aware of these exciting upcoming events and please encourage them to register ASAP at seattlesciencefestival, as space at these events is limited. Also, check out our website to learn more about the second annual Seattle Science Festival at www.seattlesciencefestival.org.
Maureen Takaoka | PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER
Science Festival Event Manager | P mtakaoka
Pacific Science Center is an independent, not-for-profit educational institution that inspires lifelong interest in science, math and technology.
Cool Jobs Computer Science Flyer_FINAL.PDF
Cool Jobs Series_ALL.pdf
I would like to invite you to attend the University of Washington’s
astronomy open house on Saturday June 8th from 3-6 pm. This is an annual
event that features FREE planetarium shows in our digital planetarium and
family-friendly astronomy demos and activities in the lobby of the
physics-astronomy building. More details can be found on the website here:
WHERE: University of Washington Physics & Astronomy building near the
corner of 15th Ave NE and and NE Pacific Street.
WHAT: Planetarium shows & astronomy demos.
WHEN: June 8th, 3-6 pm
This year, our event is part of the Seattle Science Festival Puget Sound
Star Party, a region-wide celebration of the night sky. See
http://www.seattlesciencefestival.org/ for more information on other events
going on during the week.
Hope to see you there!
Giada Arney, astronomy PhD student & 2013 open house coordinator