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October 14, 2016

Every year, ITE has hosted a round table bringing Transportation industry professionals and students together to talk about trends in the industry, how to find a job, what skills to acquire while at school, and much more... all over some great pizza! This year again, we're proud to host the event on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM in 1311 Newmark Civil Engineering Lab. Please see the attached flyer. The event is open to everyone interested in Transportation, and would be quite appropriate for Civil, MechSE, ISE and Urban Planning majors, among others. 

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October 11, 2016

TWM is currently looking to hire a Civil Engineering graduate with 0-2 years of experience for the Transportation group in its Swansea, IL office, approximately 15 miles from downtown St. Louis.   This full-time position is available now, but we are willing to consider December 2016 graduates with previous industry experience.

Attached is a PDF description, or see our web site posting at http://www.twm-inc.com/careers/current-openings/transportation-engineeri... If you know of any qualified candidates, please direct them to our web site to submit an application.  As a voluntary EEO/AA employer, TWM seeks a diverse pool of qualified applicants.

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October 11, 2016

PhD Final Defense – Evgueni T. Filipov

Tailoring the Stiffness of Deployable Origami Structures

Advisor: Professor Glaucio H. Paulino

Date: Friday October 28th, 2:30 pm

Location: 2240 DCL (Digital Computer Laboratory)

October 11, 2016

PhD Final Defense – Som Dutta

Bulle-Effect and its Implications for Morphodynamics of River Diversions

Advisor: Professor Marcelo H. Garcia

Date: 21st October (Friday), 10:00 am.  Location: 1518 Hydrosystems Lab

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October 11, 2016

Intel is looking for highly motivated PhDs candidates with strong educational background and solid technical and problem solving capabilities. Successful candidates will work on researching and developing microprocessor fabrication process for Intel’s next generation microprocessors using state-of-the-art tools and methods. We are considering PhD candidates (with a minimum GPA of 3.5/4.0) majoring in the fields of EE, CE, ChemE, CompSci, MechE, MatSci, Optics, Physics, Chemistry, Biophysics, Mathematics, computational geometry or similar. For more info contact Gemma Comellas at gemma.comellas@intel.com

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