Come celebrate Halloween with a dance sponsored by the GSC and Geisel. Costumes highly encouraged. More information will follow.
This poster session will highlight research in all the science graduate programs under the School of Graduate and Advanced Studies, and biomedical-related research labs throughout Dartmouth. All are welcome to attend and/or present!
We hope to further engender a sense of community throughout the faculty, postdocs and graduate students who do research here, as well as foster potential collaborations. As many graduate students will be joining us this fall, this is also an opportunity to demonstrate the strength and diversity of biomedical research at Dartmouth, particularly for students seeking rotations and thesis labs. Poster presenters will be given 5 minutes to deliver their poster to judges, and top posters will be awarded either an iPad, $100 gift card to Simon Pearce, and $25 gift card to Starbucks. If poster presenters do not want their poster to be judged, then they will be entered into a raffle where they can win other awesome prizes. Food and beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be provided.
As the date for CBRaD is fast approaching, we would encourage all graduate students, postdocs and faculty interested in presenting their own research or their lab’s research to sign up on the Google spreadsheet linked directly below. We also have a spreadsheet for attendees below that. Please sign up by October 12th as we will need a final headcount for posters, food, and beverages. Poster session sign up here. To RSVP for the event click here:
We hope you all will participate in CBRaD. Please email any questions to Gail.P.Egner@dartmouth.edu, or the PEMM student reps Stephanie.Getz.GR@dartmouth.edu or Itzel.Y.Rojas.GR@dartmouth.edu
Please join us to welcome our new General Council representatives! Everyone is welcome! Pizza will be served!
Dartmouth Professor, Dr. Melody Burkins-Brown, will discuss how scientists are involved in improving diplomatic relations with other countries. Come join the discussion and enjoy a light lunch provided by STEPS! Lunch starts at 1:00 pm and the talk will follow at 1:15 pm. Please RSVP here or on Facebook so we know how much food to order.
The One Wheelock stage is yours on October 7th from 7-10 pm. Come sing, play an instrument, read a piece of your writing, do a monologue/comedy sketch, lip sync battle with a friend or just stop by for a night of entertainment!
Cold craft beers, refreshments and snacks await! To perform or book a slot for your “act” email the Graduate Student Activities Coordinator, Preetha Sebastian, as GSC.GSAC@dartmouth.edu. You can also sign up at the door but please do your best to sign up in advance so we can accommodate everyone!
Take an hour break and come read the poetry of Dartmouth’s own Robert Frost on Thursday September 29th at 5:30pm by the Robert Frost statue with the Epicurean Society. You are more than welcome to bring a poem to share (the classics are encouraged) or even your own, but there will be a book to read from as well. Don’t know where the statue is? Meet at 5:25pm at the bus stop outside Vail/Remsen/LSC and we’ll walk over together. If you have questions please contact Adrienne.T.Perkins.GR@Dartmouth.edu
Our 2nd Annual STEPS Fall Networking Mixer is at Ramuntos this year! Come meet other students and faculty interested in science policy over pizza and hear about the big plans we have for the coming year! Beer is also available for purchase, but will not be provided.
We have limited space so RSVP early on Facebook or by emailing STEPS@Dartmouth.edu! An RSVP will be required for this event.
One of the world’s most famous tango dancer / artist / choreographer, Guillermina Quiroga, and her partner Mariano Logiudice will be coming to Dartmouth for the very first time on September 26. Quiroga and Logiudice will teach a tango workshop for all levels of dancers and will also be available for private classes.
Before winter sets in and the fall term gets even busier, let’s take the time out for some fun apple picking at Poverty Lane! Sign up by clicking on this link: wejoinin sign up
If you’re one of the first 60 people to sign up, we’ll cover the cost of three to four pounds of a variety of delicious apples, hand-picked by you. For the rest, it’ll be a discounted rate of $4.5 for the same.
We’re going to do a car-pool to get to the orchard. Those of you who have cars please sign up in the “I can drive other people” column to drive your fellow grad students or the “I can drive myself” column. The rest of you please sign up in the “I need a ride” column. We’ll coordinate the rest.
Location: Meet at Maynard Lot at 12pm (If you’re driving yourself, meet at 12:30pm)
The Graduate Student Town Hall Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, September 24th from 12:30-2:30 in Collis Common Ground. This is a chance for new students to meet and connect with current graduate students, ask questions, and learn more about our many wonderful graduate student organizations. We hope to see you all there!