Student events

Student Welcome to ASB

Tuesday August 2nd, 2016  5:30-6pm

Location:  RCC 306A (following tutorials)

Description:  Welcome to all students attending ASB.  Meet and greet peers to establish friendly faces you can say hello to during the conference.  Brief presentation outlining tips for having a successful conference, highlighting student events and activities.

Invited:  All students attending ASB

 

Student Career Round Table

Wednesday August 3rd, 2016  5:30 – 6:30pm

Location:  RCC Hallway North (3rd floor)

Description:  If you are undecided where a career in biomechanics can lead, come to this event to speak with numerous professionals in the field of biomechanics ranging from professors, engineers in industry, physical therapists, consultants, etc.  Small tables will allow for personal discussion that can allow all students to get the most of the experience.  Feel free to switch between topic tables to learn about more opportunities and career ideas.

 Invited:  All students attending ASB

 

Student Night Out

Wednesday August 3rd, 2016  8-10pm

Location: Jiddi Courtyard behind Sitti Restaurant, 137 S Wilmington St, Raleigh, NC  27601

Description: Casual gathering for students to relax, network and mingle with free desserts in the fun environment of the private courtyard behind a local restaurant.  Bring your lab mates or come alone because there will be many students wanting to escape the stress of the conference for a night of fun.  A spread of desserts will be provided and cash bar available.

 Invited:  All students attending ASB

 

Mentoring Event

Lunch with your ASB Mentors

Use this time to meet with your assigned mentors over lunch.  Organize on your own with your mentors.

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Presentation on, “How to apply to graduate school”

Thursday August 4th, 2016  12:30-1:30pm

Location:  RCC Room 402

Description:  For anyone wanting to apply to graduate school, this presentation will outline successful tips for finding the right fit, submitting a successful application, and reaching out to potential advisors.

Invited:  Undergraduate students attending ASB are encouraged to come.  Also welcome are all graduate students that may be facing the idea of changing locations between a masters and PhD.