Come get a one-of-a-kind behind the scenes tour of Louis Haber's Laser lab at LSU, and Instagram breathtaking pictures and videos of operating laser equipment and more! Haber’s lab is home to a pulsed ultrafast laser system that produces light that pulses on the order of less than a single picosecond, or one trillionth of a second. Learn more here.
Join us on a tour of the lab on Monday, January 23, 2017 at 11am! We will meet in the lobby of Choppin Hall (Department of Chemistry building) on LSU's campus. Spots are limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and to RSVP.
Ever wondered what possibilities exist with your science degree? The opportunities are boundless! From a medical doctor, to food chemist, to the director of an non-profit governmental agency, your science degree can take you many places. Join the Communication across the Curriculum (CxC) Science Studio for a free interactive workshop on Crooked Science Career Paths on November 16th at 4:30pm in Coates 151. From a biogeochemist to a first-year medical student, panelists will briefly share their crooked paths from a science degree to their current positions and discuss the stops on their journey. Register for the event now - only 40 spots are available!
Registration link: http://bit.ly/crookedpaths
What better way to watch the new Jungle Book movie than with our LSU scientists and science communicators who can answer your questions about the amazing animals featured in the film!
LSU students and faculty - Come watch and tweet The Jungle Book (2016) movie with us in the Communication across the Curriculum (CxC) Science Studio on November 1, 2016! Meet us in Coates 151 on the LSU campus at 6pm for a fun-filled night of watching a science movie on our HUGE theatre screen, tweeting about it and chatting with scientists!
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Learn about the resources available to all LSU students through the Libraries’ resources and services, and have fun while doing so. Booths will be stationed throughout Middleton Library representing various aspects of the LSU Libraries, including Hill Memorial Library, the Cartographic Information Center and the Veterinary Medicine Library.
- See more at: http://www.lsu.edu/science/student_resources/future-students/geaux-science.php#sthash.g9fiGhE5.dpuf
We are living in an age where social media is a vital component of societal communication. As science students today, we use sites like Facebook to connect with family, Snapchat to connect with friends and organizations, Instagram to follow fun news about science, Twitter to get news and network with our peers and faculty members, and other social networks to brand ourselves for the graduate programs or the jobs we want. Everyone can benefit from a basic understanding of the dos and don’ts of social media and how to use social media effectively to become subject experts or share science.
The Communication across the Curriculum (CxC) Science Studio is offering a free social media workshop for student students on October 19th at 4:30pm in Coates 151. The workshop will feature hands-on activities and tips on using social media for science communication with #scicomm expert @fromthelabbench. Register for the event now - only 40 spots are available! http://bit.ly/CxCsocialmedia. Learn how to build your audience and share your science experiences effectively and professionally via social media.