On Friday, September 30, our student chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) once again hosted their bi-annual picnic. Faculty members and graduate students enjoyed an evening of mixing while partaking of pulled pork from the Smokin’ Pig, pasta from Brioso, and chicken tenders and popcorn chicken as well as delicious homemade desserts and side dishes.
Camille Zerfas, graduate student, won the dessert competition with her Key Lime Pie, followed by graduate student Drew Lipman’s Cookie Bars. Amy Cox, wife of Dr. Chris Cox, won the side dish competition with her Baked Beans, followed by Dr. Sean Sather-Wagstaff’s Arugula Salad.
The next SIAM picnic will occur in the spring on the evening of Friday, April 8, 2015.
SIAM would like to consider offering more vegetarian menu options, so please submit suggestions by email to a SIAM officer.
More information about our SIAM chapter can be found here.
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