Starting a new phase of your life in an unfamiliar environment can be stressful in even the best of times, but especially during a time like this.
The UCLA Division of Physical Sciences wants you to know that we provide a supportive, welcoming community with resources and people ready to help you succeed.
Dean of Physical Sciences Miguel García-Garibay invites you to join him at
How to Thrive in the Sciences at UCLA and Beyond
A getting-to-know-you event connecting you to your new Physical Sciences community through casual, candid discussions with Physical Sciences alumni, faculty, and current undergraduates.
Wednesday, Sept. 30
6:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Join us if you’re interested in any of the following majors or areas of research:
atmospheric and oceanic science | atmospheric and oceanic Sciences-Mathematics | climate sciences
(Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences)
biochemistry | chemistry | chemistry-materials science
(Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry)
geology | geology-engineering geology | geophysics
(Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences)
math | applied math | math-economics | data theory
(Department of Mathematics)
physics | astronomy and astrophysics | biophysics
(Department of Physics & Astronomy)
statistics | data theory
(Department of Statistics)
(Institute of the Environment and Sustainability)
- Meet professors you’re most likely to learn from during your first year
- Talk with older undergraduates who were in your shoes not long ago about their experiences with research, classes, and student life
- Make connections with alumni who’ve gone on to a wide variety of careers thanks to their undergraduate degree in the Physical Sciences
- Cultivate new friendships with fellow new students!
Students who attend will have the opportunity to enter into a raffle for a special event with Dean Miguel García-Garibay.
We can’t wait to meet you!