Two November Evenings, Finding Yourself in STEM

October 24, 2019

Finding Yourself in STEM is a student-led series to build community, practice self-care, and talk through how to succeed in STEM fields. Please join us for two evening events in November. Both events are free and open to all UW-Madison students. (All events will be held in the BioCommons at Steenbock Library).

  • Exploring a Major in STEM
    Tuesday, November 5 (5:30-7:00 PM)
    Get advice from peers and advisors on a variety of STEM majors. Drop by to ask questions and speak with peer advisors about their experiences in their particular major. Snacks will be provided.
  • Network with STEM Alumni
    Thursday, November 14 (5:30-7:00 PM)
    Build your network and get advice from people who have been in your shoes! Several UW-Madison alumni from the STEM fields will be in the BioCommons to share their experiences both in college and their lives post-graduation.

Questions? Contact Heather Shimon.

Photo Credit: “Majors_Info_Fair14_7807” (15 June, 2016); Bryce Richter, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System