Lumpkin Society Meeting
Bi-weekly meetings Spring 2023
Technology Research Center (TRC) : 206
Date & Time
March 30, 2023, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Lumpkin Society is a bi-weekly event for all CBEE graduate to hang out in a safe space and be SCIENCE NERDS together!
The Lumpkin Society is named for the late Professor Lumpkin, whose deep commitment and concern for students both in and outside of the classroom and for inspiring women and minorities to pursue studies in science and engineering inspires the department and graduate student community.
The Lumpkin Society meetings are a safe place for CBEE graduate students to meet. Exclusive to CBEE graduate students, activities fulfill both social and academic needs. They are an opportunity to socialize, discuss research, departmental activities, and connect with student leaders. Food and drink are generously provided by the department and each meeting will have a theme, usually in the format of a presentation and discussion of a research topic lead by one of the members.
GRADUATE STUDENT SPEAKER
Amir Babaei Gharehbagh (ENEN MS) will be presenting on:
Environmental Impacts of Oil and Gas Drilling Operations and Solutions for Mitigation
Just a reminder that the Lumpkin Society is exclusive to CBEE graduate students ONLY as we all need a safe place to socialize and decompress together 🙂
Reading the paper is encouraged but not required. The speaker will present the key points.