Please find attached a student challenge from GE that has up to $100,000 in scholarships among other awards.
To submit an item for the undergraduate blog, email Greg Coughlin.
CEE Undergraduate Advisory Board (UAB) presents "Building Social Bridges", a networking event within the CEE Department, May 3, 5-6pm!
Want to advance in your professional career goals?
Or just want to meet other CEE students?
Then, RSVP to the Building Bridges Social and invite your friends! Come out to this end-of-semester event as a quick break before finals!
At this event, you can:
-Connect with professors & graduate students
-Meet other students
-Explore CEE sub-disciplines
This social event is created to improve the undergraduate student experience in CEE to include networking with CEE professors and graduate students. Professors and graduate students will be invited to talk about their research and answer questions from undergraduate students. Specify your sub-discipline interests in the RSVP form below for the kind of professors and graduate students you would like to see!
*Free food provided
Want to Experience AT&T?
AT&T is the industry leader in technology, driving new innovation every day. We have an exciting weekend planned for you to experience AT&T. Discover how you can join our team and be the future first. This unique weekend will be filled with contests, prizes and gifts – all for you! If you are a college student majoring in STEM, apply now to attend our exclusive AT&T Experience Weekend.
This is your chance to connect with our top innovators and test-drive our latest technology. You will have the opportunity to learn about our Technology Development Program (TDP) – straight from the experts! Not only will you network with some of AT&T’s senior leaders and technology gurus, but you might even leave with a job offer!
Here’s a taste of what we did at AEW last year – AT&T Experience Weekend 2015 [youtube.com]
Apply today @ aewtdp.com
Application Deadline is September 30, 2016
Farnsworth Group is looking to fill 2 positions for their structural engineering group out in Denver, Colorado. One of them is for an entry level position. The descriptions can be found at the below link!
Ecuador was struck by a major earthquake this Saturday. The 7.8 magnitude quake ripped apart buildings and roads and knocked out power along the Pacific coastline. Thousands are injured and homeless, and hundreds have died. Rescuers from Ecuador and many other countries are struggling to reach survivors trapped in the rubble, but the death toll keeps rising every hour and they need all the help they can get.
Link to donate: www.ammado.com/community/ecuadorearthquake