Events

First Annual STEM Career Pathway Series

    Speakers from a broad spectrum of STEM career tracks will give one hour of their time to share information regarding their specific career and/or research, education/training, job outlook, daily schedule and some other encounters that had sparked their interest in their field.

      • Tuesday & Thursday
      • 12:00-1:00
      • PCC SE Campus Student Commons (SCOM) 231

      Oct 28th: Mark Nelson a Broadcast Meteorologist from KPTV (Fox 12) News

      Oct 30th: Corey Frazier, PhD is a Systems Engineer & Integration Lead at Intel Corp

      Tech Demonstration Series: 3D Printer

      Glen Truman, Department Chair for the Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) Program will be running a 3D Printer and answering questions. Bring your ideas of what you would like to see printed in 3D and maybe he will create your idea.

        • October 24, 2014
        • 9:00-11:00 pm
        • PCC SE Campus Student Commons (SCOM) 231

        Volcano Explorers 2004 Eruption Anniversary Web Presentation Series

        Presented by Mount St Helens Institute, USFS, ESD112, USGS and the STEM Center.

        How do scientists diagnose volcanic activity? What do earthquakes at Mt St. Helens tell us about how volcanoes work?

          • Seth Moran, USGS Seismologist
          • Friday, October 24, 2014
          • 11:00-11:30
          • PCC SE Campus Student Commons (SCOM) 231
          • This is a FREE event

        Using Excel in the Sciences

        The Sciences Department is partnering with the Computer Application Systems (CAS) Department to show you how to enter data into Excel and to create graphs. This is a must for any science student.

          • Wednesday, November 12, 2014
          • 10:00-11:00 am
          • PCC SE Campus Student Commons (SCOM) 231