Calendar Fall 2019

Date Time Place Description
August 21 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Union Plaza Plaza Fest
Advertise AWM to undergraduate students and encourage involvement.
August 27 5:20 - 6:00 PM JWB 335 Organizational Meeting
We will introduce our 2019-2020 committee, talk about the events planned for this year, look for volunteers to help us plan some events (this is a great way to get involved without taking the responsibilities of an officer position!) and listen to all your suggestions!
August 28 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM CSC College of Science Block party
August 28 4:00 - 6:00 PM LCB 225 LaTeX workshop for first time instructors
An introduction on how to use the exam class.
September 6 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM JWB 308 Lunch discussion
Led by Sabine Lang. A casual meeting to foster a sense of community.
September 12 4 - 5 PM LCB 215 Welcome the New Department Members
We would like to welcome the new department members to advertise our activites and encourage them be involved with the AWM. Everyone is welcome to meet them.
September 17 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM Outdoors between LCB and JWB Riemann's Birthday Party joint with SIAM student chapter at the U of U, GSAC and USAC
Celebrate and socialize with old and new friends over pizza, games, chalk art, and more! Everyone is welcome to stop by!
September 27 4:30 - 6:00 PM CSC Table at the College of Science Homecoming Open
Come join the AWM at the College of Science Homecoming 2019 Open House! Demonstrations, activities, and tours will start at 4:30 pm. The program will include family-friendly activities related to astronomy, biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics. Moving at their own pace, attendees can watch a physics show, see chemicals explode, peer into the microscopic world, stargaze using special daytime telescopes, and more.
October 16 1 - 1:30 PM GC 2560 Workshop with the Defining Your Path - Field Trip Program
With 7th and 8th grade students from TRIO Upward Bound. This initiative provides an opportunity for our student chapter to connect with the Salt Lake City community and to continue our efforts towards diversity, equity, and inclusivity in STEM. We have planned a hands-on activity for each group and will have various volunteers from our department interacting with K-12 students.
October 18 12 - 1:15 PM LCB 121 Lunch discussion
Led by Allechar Serrano Lopéz. A casual meeting to foster a sense of community.
October 22 3 - 4 PM LCB Loft Life as a Math Grad Student Panel joint with USAC
Have you wondered what graduate school in math would be like? AWM and USAC are hosting a panel of graduate students to answer your questions and offer advice.
October 25 12 - 1:30 PM LCB Loft AWM + SIAM Mid-Semester Social joint with SIAM student chapter at the U of U
Come hang out over games, math, and snacks!
November 1 9:30 - 10:30AM LCB 323 AWM Speaker Series
The speaker is Agnès Beaudry.
Agnès is at CU Boulder. She is on the diversity committee at CU Boulder and a member ofi Women in topology.
November 5 4:25 - 5:35 PM JWB 335 Professor Panel
Come hear six professors present their research in a 5-minute nutshell, followed by a chance to chat with them. You could meet your future Ph.D. advisor!
November 6 4:30 - 5:30 PM TBD AWM Speaker Series
The speaker is Genevieve Walsh.
November 21 9:30 - 11:15 AM Workshop with the Defining Your Path - Field Trip Program
With 7th-9th grade students from Weber School District GEAR UP. This initiative provides an opportunity for our student chapter to connect with the Salt Lake City community and to continue our efforts towards diversity, equity, and inclusivity in STEM. We have planned a hands-on activity for each group and will have various volunteers from our department interacting with K-12 students.
November 22 12 - 1:15 PM LCB 121 Lunch discussion
A casual meeting to foster a sense of community.

Events Organized by Other Organizations

Date Time Place Description
September 24, October 22, November 26 10 - 11:30 AM Sill 116 Privilege, Whiteness, and Critical Praxis
This working group was piloted this past summer and the facilitators are excited to roll it out to the U’s larger campus starting this Fall. This working group will meet once a month to acknowledge, deconstruct, and process White privilege. Please register, if you are interested in participating this semester or sign-up for the waitlist for future semesters. For a description see the registration/sign-up form.
October 8 7 - 8:30 PM The Grand Theatre, SLCC 2019 Tanner Forum
The Tanner Forum on Social Ethics brings nationally and internationally recognized speakers in the area of social ethics to Salt Lake Community College annually. This year the invited speaker is a mathematican, Talithia Williams. For more information see http://www.slcc.edu/tanner/index.aspx

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