Natural Sciences Council presents our annual Faculty & Staff appreciation banquet as a small thanks to all the amazing people who work at this school. Nominate someone who has made a major impact on your time here at UT until March 31 at 11:59pm.
The Natural Sciences Council would like to invite you to the Student-Faculty Luncheon! The Student-Faculty Luncheon is an informal setting for students and professors to network and get to know each other outside of the lecture hall. Lunch will be provided by NSC and catered by Jason's Deli. The luncheon will be held on March 7, 2017 in SAC 2.120. Please choose the professor with whom you would like to have lunch; depending on the professor you are seated with, the event will be from either 11 am to 12 pm or 12 to 1 pm. Please fill out a time you are sure you can make; if you sign up to sit with a professor and do not attend the event, your invitation will be de-prioritized for future Natural Sciences Council events. The Facebook event page is here
Natural Sciences Council and SURGe are partnering to bring Spring Research Symposium to wrap up NS Week 2017. The event features a panel of graduate students from various disciplines sharing their experiences and insights into research. The panel will be an open Q&A format, with time after the panel for students to meet the guest speakers in person. Food and drinks will be served at the event. A full list of graduate students and their disciplines to come...
Who says science can't be artsy, too? Come to Natural Sciences Council's "Art in Science" to witness these two different worlds collide as beautiful, scientific works are displayed in an artistic context.
A chance to unwind and go star-gazing on top of the RLM. Free t-shirts and posters will be distributed to winners of trivia. Space-themed candy is a given.
CNS Connections, co-hosted by Natural Sciences Council and Career Services, aims to connect CNS undergraduates with working professionals to show students the incredible diversity of industries they can enter with their major. Students will be able to approach professionals in a cocktail style and small-group setting to gain first-hand insights into potential career paths after graduating from college with a science degree. The event is come-and-go. Appetizers will be served and the attire for the event is business casual. List of attendees to come!
Research Speed-Dating allows students from both Natural Sciences and Liberal Arts to learn to better communicate their research to those outside their respective fields through a series of "speed-dating" interactions. This is an opportunity for students to explore different areas of study! The event will be followed by a reception with refreshments.
Big Bang is the first event of Natural Sciences Week. Come celebrate the college with us along with demos by departmental organizations and Physics Circus. There will be music, liquid nitrogen ice cream, pizza, shirts, and other giveaways!
The Natural Sciences Council would like to invite you to the Student-Faculty Luncheon! The Student-Faculty Luncheon is an informal setting for students and professors to network and get to know each other outside of the lecture hall. Lunch will be provided by NSC and catered by Jason’s Deli. The luncheon will be held on February 14th in SAC 2.120. Sign up to sit at a professor’s table - seats are limited!
Due to our massively popular succulent sale last semester, we're back with more succulents potted in beakers! We are going to be selling in East Mall.
The applications for membership into Natural Sciences Council are due at 11:59 pm.
Join us at our 2nd general meeting of the semester to see what we do and get to know us!
Come enjoy some yummy, late-night baked treats and goodies to help relieve pre-finals stress! We will be selling outside of the FAC and PCL.
We'll be selling cookies and brownies 2 for a dollar! Cash only
The Student-Faculty Luncheon is an informal setting for students and professors to network and get to know each other outside of the lecture hall. Lunch will be provided by NSC and catered by Jason’s Deli.
The second ever CNS Got Talent is here!
The competition will feature eight acts competiting in a talent portion and a Quizbowl portion that will test the scientific knowledge of the contestants.
The night will feature renowned professors as judges and fantastic intermission acts! Our judges are Dean David Vanden Bout, Dr. Kate Biberdorf, Dr. Arturo De Lozanne, and Professor Sally Amen.
Join us at the Graduate Student Panel hosted by Natural Sciences Council! The panel of current CNS graduate students provides an excellent venue to ask questions about grad school from the application process to choosing/working in a lab to social life in grad school. The panel will be on 11/2 from 5-6 pm in Welch 3.502 (James Harvey Shell Auditorium which you can enter from outside) Complimentary Panera Bread and Pizza will be proved. Dress Casually and BRING YOUR FRIENDS!
5:00 to 5:30 pm// A Panel style Q&A where undergrads can ask students to be answered by the graduate students
5:30 to 6:00 pm//A Meet & Greet where undergrads are invited to approah grad studetns and speak with them personally about grad what grad school is like
The Natural Sciences Council is proud to host this month's Student-Faculty Luncheon on October 24 at SAC 2.120! The Student/Faculty Committee of NSC aims to provide professors and students with an informal setting to get to know one another and network outside of the lecture hall. Students will have the opportunity to sign up to sit with professors. Lunch will be provided free of cost by the Natural Sciences Council and will be catered from Jason's Deli. These luncheons continue to be popular among professors and students alike and we hope that you will attend!