Music Technology and Creative Career Strategies
Guest Artist/Speaker Series + Q&A
Soudhamini: “Ready Player One?: Preparing for the Virtual World"
Please join us in welcoming filmmaker and writer Soudhamini for a free public lecture. Soudhamini is from Bangalore, India and is the Fulbright Nehru Research Fellow for Academic and Professional Excellence (2017-2018) from the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University.
Generous sponsors include the Amy M. Sacker Memorial Lectureship Fund, Weissman Center for Leadership, and the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives.
Weapons of Math Destruction
Join us for a morning with Cathy O'Neil exploring how big data increases inequality and threatens democracy.
- Conversation and coffee: "Data and Democracy"
9:30-10:15 a.m. in the Wiese-Merriwether room, Willits-Hallowell Conference Center
- Cathy O'Neil talk: "Weapons of Math Destruction: How big data increases inequality and threatens democracy"
10:30-11:30 a.m. in Hooker Auditorium, Clapp Hall
- Panel discussion
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in Hooker Auditorium
Organized by the Data Science Initiative. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CS Department Tea for Prospective Students
Looking for a Major? Please join the CS Department on March 8th - Kendade 307 for pizza - 12:15 to 1:15.
MAKERSPACE IDEA JAM
Introduction to the 3-D modeling software, and the prototyping and creation tools and equipment. Limited to 28 participants.
Our Own Collision Space
Meet with friends, fellow students, and faculty to discuss anything of interest related to innovation, invention, entrepreneurship, arts management, social impact enterprise, CGI-U, Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Institute, Mount Holyoke Innovation Impact Competition, creating solutions to global challenges, Draper Competition for Undergraduate Women, courses, Women of Business, business and finance.... and other topics of interest. Informal, social, a place to build community....cookies and other refreshment will be provided.
Finding Summer Science Opportunities
Interested in sciences or medicine? Join us for this workshop, which will focus on how to prepare and begin your search for research and internship opportunities in the sciences. The event will include a panel of student researchers covering how to build relationships with faculty, how to ask for recommendations and how to ask to work in faculty labs.
T. Howard Foundation Information Session
Learn more about this internship program for minority students interested in the multimedia and entertainment industry. Interns are provided with networking opportunities, professional development training, scholarships, mentors and much more! Register in LyonNet.
Audible Information Session
Women in Tech @ Audible: An information session presented by women in tech for women exploring tech. Join representatives from Audible for a discussion on FT and Internship opportunities for students interested in Computer Science and Engineering. Register in LyonNet.
UMass Amherst Engineering, Computer Science, & Technology Career Fair
Meet over 100 companies and learn about their full-time career opportunities, internships and co-ops. For all STEM majors, all level students, first year to graduate level who hope to work in technical companies/careers. Professional dress is required. Free shuttle transportation from the CDC! First-come, first-served.
Next Generation Social Science
Trillions of data points being generated in real time and exponentially increasing computational power offer unprecedented opportunities for the social sciences. The social sciences are at the advent of a revolution. Hard scientists, the government, and businesses already use these computational and data resources to explore society; conventional social scientists need to engage as well. The Challenge is to not let Next Generation Social Science be First Generation Social Science.
Japan's Gendered Robots: Robo-Sexism and Retro-Tech by Professor Jennifer Robertson, Professor of Anthropology, University of Michigan
Why are robots gendered? The process of gendering robots (and also AI itself) is largely based on self-evident and unexamined preconceptions of the "naturalness" of human gender. Professor Robertson will explore and interrogate the gendering of robots (and AI) manufactured today in Japan for employment in homes, hospitals, and offices. Open to the public, Japanese snacks provided.
New Data Science Nexus Info Session
Are you interested in Data Science? the new nexus in Data Science could be the perfect sidekick to your major. Come learn all about it in our first info session this Thursday! Pizza will be served. Read Data Scientist, the sexiest job of the 21st Century. Cross-departmental Data Science Program at MHC.
Interrupting (Gendered) Group Dynamics
One hour discussion for Women in STEM with light reception to follow.