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May 3, 2017

Please see the attached flyers for details on the following upcoming seminars:

Dr. Wei Liu - Thursday May 11, 2017, 10:00am: "Inverse/Optimal Design of the Built Environments"

Dr. Haiwei Cai - Thursday May 11, 2017, 2:30pm: "Electrical Variable Traction Transmission System Based on Dual Mechanical Port Electric Machine - A Competitive Solution for Hybrid Electric Vehicle Application"

 

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May 3, 2017

The annual iSEE Congress exists to assemble leading national and international scientists from different disciplines to advance scientific understanding about state-of-the-art knowledge on the impacts of climate change on the agricultural sector, on ecosystem services, and on human livelihoods and wellbeing, particularly among the most vulnerable sections of society.

This year, we're especially excited to welcome John Holdren, former White House Director for Science and Technology Policy, for a keynote address on Sept. 18. This will be followed by plenary sessions Sept. 19-20.

As instructors, researchers, and students in the fields of energy, agriculture, sustainability, economics, environment, and atmospheric science, your perspectives — and the perspectives of your colleagues — are invaluable to this conversation. Our previous iSEE Congresses have been attended by more than 300 faculty, students, and others from across this and other campuses. The events have stimulated critical thinking on the grand challenges facing society.

May 1, 2017

The Roderick Group has an number of Civil Engineering opportunities for recent grads (0-5 years’ experience).

I have attached one listing however students and alum are invited to visit the company website to learn about other opportunities: http://rodgrp.com/careers/.

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May 1, 2017

This fall, Engineering will offer a Road Map to Graduate School seminar for Engineering Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. This is a great way for you to learn about opportunities within graduate school, how to prepare a strong application, etc. The course information is below:

ENG 298  section GPO CRN 56212 Class time – 11 to 11:50 AM on Wednesdays Duration – 1st 8-weeks of fall term Instructor – Harry Dankowicz
April 28, 2017

The Undergraduate Advisory Board (UAB) is hosting a CEE Cookie & Coffee Break – Tuesday, May 2, 2-4pm, Yeh Student Center, 1st Floor.  Stop by before or after class!

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