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November 11, 2016

Briem Engineering is actively searching for an experienced Forensic Structural Engineer to join the firm.  The ideal candidate will have at least five years professional experience and an Illinois or Missouri professional engineer license.  Briem Engineering is a materials testing and engineering firm that has provided quality Forensic Engineering Services for over 30 years.  These services are supported by a comprehensive ISO certified metallurgical laboratory staffed by licensed professional engineers.

More info Arthur Stanze astanze@briemeng.com

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November 11, 2016

The College of Engineering at Purdue University is inviting postdocs and advanced PhD students to apply for participation in an expenses-paid, two-day workshop (February 26-28, 2017) designed to help them develop the skills important for a successful faculty career.

Apply here: https://engineering.purdue.edu/Intranet/Groups/Administration/GS/PPFW

Questions? Contact Audeen Fentiman fentiman@purdue.edu or 765-494-4873

November 8, 2016

New Course for SP2017--Echohydraulics (GEOG459/CEE498) Linking Physical & Biological Processes in Rivers and Streams

Tu/Th 1:00-2:50pm. Room 1518 Hydrosystems Lab

 

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November 8, 2016

There are two entry level Aviation/Airfield design positions open at RS&H at our Jacksonville, Florida office.  The position is for airfield design and construction (pavement, drainage, marking, lighting, etc.) at commercial service airports. 

Information about RS&H is here:  www.rsandh.com

The position posting is here: https://careers-rsandh.icims.com/jobs/1650/entry-level-airfield-civil-en...

For more info, please contact

Brad Wente, P.E.
Airfield Service Group Leader Southeast Region
10748 Deerwood Park Blvd South, Jacksonville, FL  32256
O 904-256-2192 | M 904-307-7024
brad.wente@rsandh.com

 

November 7, 2016

The Graduate Minor in Global Studies enables master’s, doctoral, and professional school students to gain a deeper understanding of the processes of globalization. The Minor builds on students’ disciplinary and professional knowledge base to integrate their specialized skills within the broader intellectual, and public policy demands of the challenges confronting the world’s populations today.

Upcoming Student Information Sessions

For more information on the Graduate Minor and associated course requirements, please attend one of the following informational meetings:

Tuesday, November 8th 4-5 pm

Wednesday, November 9th 12-1 pm

All sessions will be held in Room 101 of the International Studies Building. 

For more information, contact the Center for Global Studies at global-studies@illinois.edu or call * 217-265-5186

Visit the website: http://cgs.illinois.edu/global-studies-graduate-minor

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