5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of Feb. 13
Twenty-one of the world’s most celebrated scholars—including two recipients of the Nobel Prize in physics—will share their insights in genomics, medicine, literature, physics and information technology during a Feb. 22-24 symposium presented by the Institute for Advanced Study at Texas A&M University.
A lineup of distinguished research experts will present at the inaugural Voices of Impact Speaker Series hosted by the College of Education and Human Development. The event, which is open to the public, will be held Feb. 16 at 6 p.m. at Calvary Court in College Station.
For the fourth consecutive year, students will be able to reduce their library fines by donating non-perishable food items. All donations will go to the 12th Can Food Pantry, and the program will run from February 13-27.
Texas A&M’s Diversity Accessibility Hackathon is a 24-hour event in which teams compete for $5,000 in prize money as they pursue ways to improve public accessibility on campus.
SCONA is an annual collegiate conference that brings delegates from all over the nation and the world. Each year, SCONA discusses a different topic of national importance, giving delegates the chance to interact with the nation’s highest academic scholars, government officials, and well-known public figures.