Diversity & Inclusion Dinner

diversity and inclusion dinner
Date and time:
Rutherford Programming Room

You're invited! Dr. Michelle Garfield-Cook, the inaugural Dean of the FRC, will be presenting about and discussing diversity and inclusion in life and in academia. We're thrilled to welcome back, now as the Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion and Strategic University Initiatives & Chief Diversity Officer. 

Talk & Tea: Detroit

Talk & Tea
Date and time:
Rutherford Programming Room

Come join the discussion with Professor George Contini, director of Detroit, as he talks about the show itself, putting on a performance, and more! We will be attending the show directly afterwards as a group. This is an event open to all members, and worth 10 academic points.

Lessons Learned from Saddle Making to Metabolomics

Director's Tea
Dr. Art Edison
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Genetics
University of Georgia
Date and time:
Rutherford Programming Room

Discover the "-omics" that is sweeping scientific research with the help of Dr. Edison, as he delves into science and how he got to it, the experiences that molded him, and a little bit about saddle-making, genetics, biochemistry, and everything in between. 

Tea and biscuits will be served! This is an academic event worth 10 points. 

Art Class

Art class? I think yes!
Date and time:
Rutherford Programming Room

Georgia artist Daemion Goodwin will be joining us to discuss his career and lead an art class! Don't worry, no experience needed. We have limited spots so please sigh up via the TeamUp electronic calendar. 

This is a member only event worth 10 academic points. You really won't want to miss this!