The intent of the Colorado Organization for the Advancement of Diverse Scholars in Science is to provide undergraduate students, post-Baccs, and/or students in transition to other programs/careers, a platform to meet successful professionals in the STEM fields. Please join us to participate, network, and learn more about science and other opportunities.
Wednesday, April 18 - CU Building Rm 470. - High School Visits CU Denver
A total of 50 students will visit the Department of Chemistry at CU Denver! Special talks from K-12 Outreach will be combined with tours to the chemistry research laboratories to promote the pursue of careers in STEM.
Wednesday, November 8 and 15 - Science Building Rm 4128. - High School Visits CU Denver
A total of 150 students will visit the Department of Chemistry at CU Denver! Special talks from K-12 Outreach and the Department of Bioengineering will be combined with tours to the chemistry research laboratories to promote the pursue of careers in STEM.
Thursday, September 22nd- Science Building Rm. 1067 - 5-6 pm - Pizza and Drinks!
We are proud to announce the visit of Dr. Alexander Buitrago Santanilla from GlaxoSmithKline. He is scheduled to give a short seminar on his experience and pathway to industry as well as the research projects in which he has been involved.
Thursday, February 2nd - Science Building Rm. 1067 - 5-6 pm - Pizza and Drinks!
Our first event of the year highlights the visit of Prof. Alejandro Bugarin from UT Arlington. He is scheduled to give a short seminar on his experience and pathway to academia followed by a brief description of the research carried out in his group.
Tuesday, December 13th - Aurora Central High School - 9-11 am
Prof. Resendiz visited Ms. Nickel's classroom and talk to students about college opportunities.
Thursday, October 10th - CU Denver, Science 3069 - 6: 30 pm - Dinner!
Prof. Rizo-Rey speaks with COADSS members and shares his experiences.
Friday, September 9th - CU Denver, North Class 1311 - 10-11 Am - Light Refreshments
Prof. Marcia Levitus shares here experiences and path to academia.