Winter School - Lecture 5
- Asha Park-Carter, Florian Pagnoux
- Trip date
- Tuesday, January 18th, 2022
- Difficulty rating
- Guest speakers!
This is the 5th lecture of Winter School 2022. This lecture will take place on campus (room 6-120) and be broadcasted on zoom (https://mit.zoom.us/j/92897390575) from 7pm to 9pm.
Important: Signing up is required if you're planning to attend in person, to enable contact tracing. If you're are not on MIT COVID pass, you need to get a TIM ticket to attend in person.
Winter School is MITOC’s annual winter outdoors extravaganza, and our largest event of the year. Every weekend during IAP you will have the opportunity to get outdoors, learn new skills, meet other MITOC folks, and explore the wilderness in New England.
Winter School is open to anyone who wants to get outside during the winter!
7pm: Sawyer Alberi
Sawyer is a Wilderness First Aid expert who trained many of current MITOC leaders! She is a former Flight and Combat Medic with the Vermont Army National Guard, and taught mountaineering at the Army Mountain Warfare School. She will be joining us remotely from Vermont where she lives, and share with us her advice to survive and enjoy the Winter outdoors!
8pm: Nick Aielli-Popeo
Nick started rock climbing in the Fells Woods of Malden, MA. A few years later, he is now an accomplished mountaineer and guide, ascending high peaks in the Himalays. He will join us tonight on campus to talk about his recent first acent (and misfortune) on the Medusa Face in on Mt Neacola, Alaska.
- first-come, first-serve
- Maximum participants
- Signups opened at
- Jan. 15, 2022, 12:22 a.m.
- Signups closed at
- Jan. 19, 2022, 9 a.m.
Are you planning to attend in person or over zoom?