Coming up after the SEFS Seminar and reception next Wednesday, January 6, the UW Local Committee of the International Forestry Students’ Association will be hosting its second-annual Pecha Kucha Night in the Forest Club Room at 5 p.m.!
Developed in Japan, Pecha Kucha is a rapid style of presentation designed to elegantly yet efficiently introduce people to new research or discussion topics. Typically, presentations are well practiced and on par with the quality of a TED talk, and you can expect to see about six mini-talks on Wednesday highlighting a diverse range of research interests from undergraduate and graduate students at SEFS. Twenty slides, 20 seconds each—that’s a lot of tightly packed brilliance!
All students, staff, faculty and friends are welcome, and you can contact Rachel Yonemura for more information.
See you there!