The STEM Programs office is looking for STEM mentors and mentees for the fall of 2013. Senior STEM majors are especially encouraged to be peer mentors. Please stop by SCI154A for more information.
Augsburg STEM programs are designed to support undergraduate students who are pursuing careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math. This can encompass a number of majors including physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, biopsychology, and mathematics. To maintain and enhance Augsburg’s vital STEM community, this office provides students with opportunities to conduct research with faculty, attend and present at national conferences, and hear from leading researchers in these fields. The categories to the left highlight our STEM programs as well as the exciting research and community-building going on here at Augsburg.
Paid Internships in STEM fields; Hands-on opportunities in Minnesota Business: Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 2:30-5:30 pm
Register for the SciTechsperience paid internship program
Strommen’s Job and Internship: http://www.augsburg.edu/strommen/job-and-internship-search/
Dr. Rebekah Dupont
Director, STEM Programs
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Science Hall 154
Phone: 612 330-1042
Administrative Assistant, STEM Programs
Science Hall 152
Phone: 612 330-1446
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Why STEM at Augsburg?
Events are open to all students.
“Atmospheric Gas-Phase PChem”; Chemistry Seminar with Dr. Jim Phillips; November 6th: 3:10-4:20pm @ Science 315
Spring Course Preview; Math Colloquium with Jody Sorensen and Ismael Talke; November 6th: 4:30-5:30 pm @ Old Main 105
Summer Opportunity Expose; November 7th: 4:30-7:30 pm @Recreation and Wellness Center: 123 Harvard Street SE, U of M East Bank
SPS Seminar; Steve Brehmer, Teacher in Residence, University of Minnesota; November 12th; Location TBD
Strommen Etiquette Dinner; November 20th: 6-8pm @ Marshall Room (RSVP to Strommen Center)
“What Can You Do in Materials Science”; Chemistry Seminar with Dr. Brian Olmsted ’99; December 4th: 3:10-4:20pm @ Science 315
Math Colloquium with Becky Vandiver; December 11th:4:30-5:30 pm @ Old Main 105
AugSTEM Winter Workshop; January 24th, (Time and location TBA)
Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference in STEM; February 20th-22nd:@ Washington D.C.