April 3-7 2017

Monday, April 3rd

Bio/Chem Seminar: Toxicology in the Industrial Setting in the 21st Century
Robert Roy, Ph.D.| Lead Toxicology Specialist
Diplomate, American Board of Toxicology
3M Medical Department

RNS 150 7:00 PM

This presentation will focus on various aspects of industrial/occupational toxicology including:  an introduction to some of the basic, although very important, principles of toxicology, various pathways to a career in toxicology (including those in the industrial, governmental and academic fields), an general overview of what toxicologists do/are involved with and where they work, and will finish with a discussion of some currently “very active” areas of toxicology.  There will also be time for questions and discussion.

MSCS Colloquium: Recent Computer Science Team Undergraduate Research
Come to hear about recent team projects in the Capstone Seminar (CS 390) and in Parallel and Distributed Computing (PDC) completed Fall ’16 & Interim ’17
Refreshments @ 3:15 pm – Talk @ 3:30 pm – Everyone Welcome

Tuesday, April 4th

No Seminar

Wednesday, April 5th

Physics Colloquium: The Two-Higgs-Doublet Model
Speaker: Patrick Kneschke, Ph.D. Student from University of Dresden
2:00 pm, RNS 210

Thursday, April 6th

No Seminar

Friday, April 7th

Increasing Diversity and Excellence Across STEM
IDEAS Distinguished Speaker Series – in collaboration with Carleton College
Francis Su, Benediktsson-Karwa Professor of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College

Francis Su has a passion for teaching and popularizing mathematics – hear him speak about reaching beyond traditional (and often unintentional) borders of participation in STEM.

Talk: 11:00 – 11:45 am
Lunch to Follow – please sign up at https://www.broadeningthebridge.org/ideas/
St. Olaf Regents Hall of Science 4th Floor Atrium