To provide the opportunity for students and faculty to present their research work to the ESE community of students, staff and faculty.
- To inform the ESE community of the breadth of research ongoing by ESE students and faculty
- To promote interaction and intellectual exchange among the ESE research community
- To prepare and present research objectives, methods, results and /or conclusions.
- To develop oral communication and presentation skills of students in ESE
Please contact the course moderator, Dr. Howard Weinberg, regarding any aspect of course requirements or the future program. You are also welcome to nominate yourself or future speakers for this series who conform to the criteria under the described policy.
The lead faculty for this course accept suggestions and nominations for potential speakers, who should primarily be Ph.D. students in advanced stages of their research, adjunct faculty with whom students have a working relationship, or researchers throughout the Triangle institutions with whom students and faculty have a collaborative relationship. The schedule will include between 8 and 10 seminars each semester, among which will also be included selected ESE faculty.