How to Thrive in the Sciences at UCLA and Beyond: An event welcoming new students in the Physical Sciences

Are you a freshman or first-year transfer student considering a major in Physical Sciences? Join Dean Miguel García-Garibay, UCLA alumni, faculty, and current students at a welcome event especially for you!

How to Thrive in the Sciences at UCLA and Beyond: A New Student Welcome Event
Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2:45 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
De Neve Auditorium

The event will feature UCLA alumni speaking about their experiences as undergraduates majoring within the Physical Sciences. You’ll learn about opportunities to become involved in research as an undergraduate, career paths that you may never have thought about, and tips for balancing work with the rest of your life at UCLA.

Plus, you’ll have the chance to speak with faculty one-on-one, network with alumni, and meet new friends over plenty of food and giveaways.

RSVP HERE:

Chair of Physics & Astronomy David Saltzberg (left) and professor Smadar Naoz (second from left) talk with first-year Physical Sciences students at the 2018 Welcome to Physical Sciences event reception

Chair of Physics & Astronomy David Saltzberg (left) and professor Smadar Naoz (second from left) talk with first-year Physical Sciences students at the 2018 Welcome to Physical Sciences event reception

 

Mark your calendar for this great way to kick off your UCLA student experience!

And in the meantime, check out our FAQ page for answers to the most-asked questions we receive from students considering the Physical Sciences.

Physical Sciences disciplines include biochemistry; chemistry; chemistry-materials science; math; applied math; math-economics; statistics; physics; astrophysics; biophysics; climate science; atmospheric and oceanic sciences; geochemistry; geology; space physics; and more.