Friday evening

5-7

Check-In at the Museum of the Rockies

*Shuttles will be running from the hotel to the Museum

5:30-8 Light dinner
7-7:45 Planetarium Show:  Einstein's Gravity Playlist
8:15 The first shuttle back to the hotels

 

Saturday

9 AM The first shuttle will start running from the hotels
10-11:30

Pathways round table- A fast paced discussion to help you explore industry, academia, entrepreneurship, and research

*Everyone must be on Campus*

11:30-11:55 Prepare for the national speaker by grabbing lunch and sitting back down
12-1:30 Key Note SpeakerNergis Mavalvala, MIT and LIGO 
1:30-2  Break

 2-5 

 

2:00-2:45

 

 

3:00-3:45

 

 

 

 

4:00-4:45

 Concurrent Panels: Choose one event per time slot.  This is an opportunity to learn more about various research and professional paths.  

 

Gender and STEM
Extreme Gravity Institute- Nico Yunes
Solar Physics- Dana Longcope and Charles Kankelborg

 

Industry Tour (Optics)

Condensed Matter- Yves Idzerda

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Center - Valerie Copie

 

 

Industry Tour (optics)
Gender and STEM
Physics Education Research- Shannon Willoughby 
 5-7  Poster Session, Networking, Appetizers 
 7-8  Dinner
 8:15  Shuttles will start heading back to the hotels

 

Sunday

9 AM First shuttle will leave the hotels
10-11            Speaker: Dava Newman,  Deputy Administrator of NASA
11:15-12 Physics Prospective Panel:  undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty members discuss their perspectives on studying physics.
12-12:45

Closing:  Michelle Larson, President and CEO, Adler Planetarium

12:45-1:30

Networking, reflection, adjourn