Category: Information meeting

Geological Society of Minnesota Seminar

Seminar Lab presenter: Sheila Alfsen, M.A., Adjunct Professor of Geology, Portland State University

Seminar Lab presenter 1: William Orr, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus Geological Sciences, University of Oregon

Seminar Lab Subject: Assembling Oregon

Seminar Lab Location : Virtual lecture 7:00 PM CT. Registration instructions will be posted on the Geological Society of Minnesota website two weeks before the lecture.

Geological Society of Minnesota Seminar

Seminar Lab presenter: Ben M. Frieman, Ph.D., Laurentian University, Sudbury Ontario, Mineral Exploration Research Centre

Seminar Lab Subject: A Billion Years of Early Earth History: Perspectives from Minnesota's Nearest Neighbor, Ontario

Seminar Lab Location : Virtual lecture 7:00 PM CT. Registration instructions will be posted on the Geological Society of Minnesota website two weeks before the lecture.

MnDRIVE Environment Summer Coffee Series: Scaling Your Solutions - Demonstration Grants

This second Coffee Series discussion will be hosted by MnDRIVE Environment via Zoom. This informal discussion will focus on our Demonstration Grant Program and scaling your research. You will hear from colleagues that have successfully managed a Demonstration Grant Award. The conversation will offer perspectives from both UMN researchers and industry project partners, and will provide participants with insight on various aspects of scaling up your innovative remediation solutions for implementation. 

Master's in Robotics Round-table AMA (Ask Me Anything)

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The Minnesota Robotics Institute (MnRI) will be having a round-table 'AMA' (Ask Me Anything) regarding MnRI and the Master's in Robotics program. MnRI administration will be available to answer any and all questions; joining are Director Nikolaos Papanikolopoulos, Head Administrator Char Psihos, Graduate Program Advisor Travis Henderson, and more!

Minnesota Night Skies in May

Recommended for all ages

It’s time to head outside and explore the starry skies! Join our planetarium educators on Bell Museum Facebook Live as they take you on a journey of what’s currently visible in the evening skies.

Together, we’ll explore the sky above Minnesota, including seasonal constellations, the Moon, and visible planets. There’s something in the sky for everyone! Don’t forget to bring your questions, as we’ll save time for Q & A.

Charles Babbage Institute Lecture: A Social History of Machine Learning

Join the Charles Babbage Institute's (CBI) 2020-2021 Tomash Fellow, Aaron Mendon-Plasek (History Department, Columbia University), presenting his paper on the topic of social history of machine learning. This virtual event is free and open to the public. Additional information, including a formal paper title, are forthcoming on the CBI website.

Data Science Poster Fair

We invite you to attend the annual Data Science Poster Fair! This year's event will be held virtually via Zoom. All interested students, alumni, faculty, staff, and industry professionals are encouraged to attend.

Every year, data science M.S. students present their capstone projects during this gathering. This year, research preview videos will be posted to the poster fair website a week in advance, so attendees can view and plan their participation for the virtual event.