Published: Feb. 13, 2017

Science Learner's Lunch logoScience Learner's Lunch is a workshop series designed to provide students with tools and information that complement the skills learned in the classroom. The workshops take place every Wednesday at noon at the Mathematics Buildling, room 150, located inside the Leonard H. Gemmill Engineering, Mathematics & Physics Library.

Upcoming workshops

Feb. 15: "BibTeX"
BibTeX is a citation-management tool that makes managing your research easy! In this workshop, you’ll use BibTeX to add references, like journal articles and books, and generate bibliographies.

Feb. 22: "Company and Industry Research: Preparing For Your Next Step"
Stand out at the job fair, in cover letters and at job interviews. This workshop will connect you with expert business librarians and give you the skills to research an industry or company and help you secure an internship or job. With your knowledge of industry trends and the strengths, weaknesses and opportunities a company faces, you’re showing a potential employer that you’re the head of the class.

March 1: "MATLAB"
Learn the basics of programming in MATLAB with a focus on scientific data analysis. In this session you will learn to write scripts to import and process data in MATLAB, as well as produce publication-quality figures. No background in MATLAB or programming is required. Please bring your own device with MATLAB installed on it.