Photos from our Spring 2017 End of Semester Party can be found below:
The videos from our STEM Slam 2017 event are out!
Here’s a short summary:
Thanks again to everybody who participated in the second annual STEM Slam. Here's a short video summary of the event. Hope to see you all next year!
Posted by STEM Slam UMass on Tuesday, April 18, 2017
And below you can find the full videos:
Thank you all again for participating!
This Friday we hosted the second annual, 3-minute speaking competition STEM Slam. It was a blast! 13 speakers covered a wide variety of STEM topics using only props that they can bring with them on the stage (no slides) and the audience was also able to participate by voting for their favorite speaker and answering trivia questions to win small prizes. The information about the speakers can be found below:
The audience choice award went to Ryan while Atreyi won the second place and Cansu won the first place! Although we must note it was a close call, all of the participants were only apart by a couple of points since they all did very well. Some photos from the event can be found below:
The rest of the photos from the event can be found on our Facebook album here. As UMass INFORMS Student Chapter we would like to thank all of the participants and the audience for attending and our judges for their contribution. Hope to see you all next year!
3-minute speaking competition for STEM grads & undergrads
Have a STEM topic you are passionate about?
- Compete for prizes
- Improve your public speaking
- Communicate science without PowerPoint
Need help? Attend a public speaking session to help develop your talk. (Date to be determined)
On Friday, we hosted an excellent talk by Mr. Basilio Gentile from ETH Zurich titled “Distributed Dynamics to Achieve a Location Equilibrium”. More information on the talk can be found on our event page here. The photos from the event can be found below:
On Friday, we hosted an excellent talk by Prof. Ozlem Ergun from Northeastern University titled “Restoration of Network Connectivity in Large Scale Disaster Response Problems”. More information on the talk can be found on our event page here. The photos from the event can be found below:
On Friday, we hosted an excellent talk by our own Prof. Erin Baker titled “Finding Common Ground When Experts Disagree: An Application to Publically Funded Energy R&D Portfolios”. More information on the talk can be found on our event page here. The photos from the event can be found below: