Gender Resilience, Integration, and Transformation
70th Annual Nebraska Symposium on Motivation
8:30 am–5:00 pmLocation: Nebraska Union Room: Swanson Auditorium Target Audiences:
Several recent papers calling for intersectionality in psychological science have highlighted the need to move away from deficit-based models and embrace more nuanced and methodologically rigorous approaches to measuring resiliency and wellbeing …
This event originated in Psychology.
Prudential: Disability Inclusion Student Summit
10:30 am–1:15 pmLocation: Virtual Target Audiences:
Prudential & PGIM’s Virtual Disability Inclusion Student Summit
How I got my First Job in Marketing
12:00 pm–12:45 pmLocation: Virtual
There’s more to marketing than meets the eye. Hear from marketers across various industries and roles about what it’s like to work in marketing, how to get started, and how to succeed in the marketing world.
Columbia University Data Science Institute: Data & Earth Sciences Career Panel
2:00 pm–3:30 pmLocation: Virtual Target Audiences:
In celebration of Earth Day, the National Student Data Corps (NSDC) is delighted to invite you, your friends, students, and colleagues to the April 2023 Data & Earth Sciences Career Panel! This virtual event will highlight the wide range of …
ScribeAmerica: Organization Info Session
2:00 pm–2:30 pmLocation: Virtual Target Audiences:
We will be hosting a Virtual Information Session on Friday April 21st for anyone who might be interested in learning more about the opportunities we have available.
International Internship Opportunities Panel
3:00 pm–4:00 pmLocation: Online - Zoom Target Audiences:
Want to enhance your career skills while living and learning in another country? Join our online International Internship Opportunities Panel to learn more about some incredible opportunities available to students in Japan, Mexico, the Bahamas, the …
This event originated in Global Experiences.
Christian Alexander Glusa, Sandia National Laboratory
Optimal control for fractional order equations
4:00 pm–4:50 pmLocation: Avery Hall Room: 115
We consider adjoint-based optimization for two types of control problems
This event originated in Math.