The SAC hosts and promotes several events throughout the year! Check out this calendar for upcoming events!
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Grad students, faculty, and adjuncts are invited to the annual Sausage and BeerFEST! Overview: Czar Alan I, Lord Protector of Salted meats, will be grilling different sausages, including North African merguez, Cajun andouille, Grecian lamb, Vietnamese lemongrass, Mexican longaniza, German bratwurst, Italian salsiccia, and everyone's all-time favorite horror show: blood sausage (pronounced blooooooooood sausage). Plus, for those lucky to be at least 21, we'll have a selection of local draft beer. Bring a side dish or some interesting sausage to share!…Find out more »
If you are interested in participating in this event, please fill out this survey to let us know what you would like to present and any materials you may need. To ensure there is ample space, please let us know you will be participating by Monday, August 28. The School of Meteorology Student Affairs Committee is hosting its first annual Research Fair on Monday, September 11 from 4-6 p.m. in the NWC Atrium. The fair’s purpose is to reach out to…Find out more »
Dr. Cameron Homeyer and Dr. Mike Richman will be on hand to present changes coming to the undergraduate curriculum. Please come hear what they have to say and voice your opinions before the SoM Faculty vote on the changes.Find out more »
As requested by students in the past, the SAC is hosting an information panel about the PhD General Examination. The information session will cover material from sections 2.9 and 2.10 of the Graduate Student Handbook. A Q&A with a handful of PhD students that recently took the general examination will follow. This information panel is geared toward students preparing for the general examination, but is also open to those that wish to learn more about what the general exam entails.…Find out more »
Some events are still in the planning stages and don’t have specific dates yet. Those are listed here:
- Spring Graduate Town Hall –
Graduate students meet to discuss ongoing SAC initiatives, courses, and general concerns.
- Spring Undergraduate Town Hall –
Undergraduate students meet to discuss ongoing SAC initiatives, courses, and general concerns.