At a school filled with scientists, humanitarians, and health advocates, there are hundreds of Brown students interested in healthcare careers. Brown’s Science Center, through its Pre-Health Advising Series, strives to provide unique and exciting resources for these students. The Pre-Health Advising Series is a group of events intended to give students an inside look at the various opportunities within the healthcare field. The event series is focused on the actual working experience of healthcare students and professionals.
For the past several Sundays, the Science Center has been filled with students learning how to create, format, and type in the LaTeX typesetting system. The Science Center’s newest workshop is centered on LaTeX, a typesetting system that creates high-quality, technical documents. (Distributed March 29, 2014)
We are very excited to announce the next Science Underground event!
On April 3rd, Jay Dickson, Science Data Analyst in Geological Sciences at Brown University, will be presenting about acquiring time-lapse photography of the McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica. The McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica are the closest analog to the surface of Mars on Earth.
We will kick-off the event with an introduction by James Head, Professor of Geological Sciences at Brown University.
Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) seeks to increase the number of women studying in the areas of science, technology, and mathematics (STEM). In hopes of encouraging female pursuit of degrees in these fields WiSE provides women with the opportunity to provide each other with advice, support, and encouragement with its mentoring program!