Maria Glenski

3rd year Arthur J. Schmitt Leadership Fellow and PhD Student in the Computer Science and Engineering department at the University of Notre Dame.


mglenski@nd.edu
384K Nieuwland Science Hall, Notre Dame, IN


About / Research / Teaching / Outreach / CV


Upcoming Events

Pi Day 5k 2017 - March 18th, 2017 - University of Notre Dame Campus
5k (~3.14 mile) run for Pi Day that also offers a 1-mile walk or 10k. STEM related activities including lab tours, science demos, Pi recitation contest, pie by the slice, and more are held concurrently with funds raised going to a Boys and Girls Club program, Girls on the Run.
Interested in running or attending? Register or learn more!


Experience

Society of Schmitt Fellows, University of Notre Dame

Outreach Committee Co-chair (2016 – present)


University of Notre Dame “Pi Day 5k” 2017
November 2016 - present
Organizer - Volunteer/Outreach Committee Head
Volunteer/Outreach Committee Head organizing the STEM outreach activities and coordinating volunteers for the 2017 Pi Day 5k Event.

“Is Grad School Right for Me?”, University of Notre Dame
October 2016
Organizer
Organized a Q&A panelist for an informational session for undergraduates interested in learning about graduate school for STEM fields, sponsored by the Society of Schmitt Fellows.


Outreach Committee Member (2015-2016)


University of Notre Dame “Pi Day 5k” 2016
March 2016
Volunteer
Volunteered with the organization and packet preparation for the 2016 Pi Day event sponsored by Society of Schmitt Fellows and AWIS-ND that raised for Girls on the Run (local Boys and Girls Club program).


“Is Grad School Right for Me?”, University of Notre Dame
October 2015
Panelist
Served as a Q&A panelist for an informational session for undergraduates interested in learning about graduate school for STEM fields, sponsored by the Society of Schmitt Fellows.


University of Notre Dame “Pi Day 5k” 2015
March 2015
Volunteer
Assisted with preparation and day-of run logistics and an interactive Monte Carlo problem game demonstration at the first Pi Day event sponsored by Society of Schmitt Fellows and AWIS-ND that raised over $4,300 for Girls on the Run.