Join us on Wednesday April 19, with Material Advantage students from across the U.S. for networking after Congressional Visit Days
Material Advantage, the student program for materials science and engineering, is participating in "STEM on the Hill" Congressional Visits Day, bringing students from across the country to Washington DC to raise visibility and support for science, engineering and technology.
The Washington DC Chapters of the American Ceramic Society and ASM have invited the students to share their experiences on Capitol Hill and to network with each other and our local members. We have reserved the Garden Room at Station 4, a private space with plenty of seating and space for socializing with DC materials professionals.
The meeting is across the street from the Waterfront Metro Station on the Green Line. It's around the corner from the DC Wharf, the newest and shiniest spot in DC for a stroll along the river, top dining and nightlife, and cool rooftop cocktails.
6:00 pm Social/Networking in the Garden Room at Station 4
6:30 pm Buffet dinner - a delicious spread of pulled pork, burgers, and crispy fish sliders, veggie and mushroom flatbreads, salads, and delectable desserts, plus all the soft drinks, iced tea, and coffee/tea. (There will also be drink tickets available!)
8:00 pm Adjourn
1101 4th St. SW, Washington, DC 20024
The closest Metro stop is Waterfront Station on the Green Line. There is no valet parking, but there are several garages nearby. The closest is in the same building, with entrance on 4th street, and another across the street in Safeway.
- Members & Guests $20 ($20.60 on paypal)
- Full time students $10 ($10.30 on paypal)
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Please also RSVP for the dinner to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday April 17 to make sure we have enough food and drink tickets!
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