Hi CEE Undergrads,
This is a job posting for an on-campus position working with monitoring bacterial culture growth and other research related activities! Below is basic information about the position. Please see the attached PDF for details and contact information.
Job title: Dishwasher/Laboratory aide
Department name: Civil and Environmental Engineering
Job Location: Benjamin Hall, 478
Contact/Supervisor: Bruce Godfrey/Mari Winkler
Phone number: 206-543-2531
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Box number: 355014
Employment period: Summer & academic year
Hours per week: up to 12 hours/week
Rate of pay: $17.27/hr
Please follow this link: https://forms.gle/aFUoTM7twPPc75FC6
to the feedback form for the Chair Search Candidates. If you have trouble accessing the form, please let me know immediately, and I will try to fix the problem. Your feedback is very important to this process.
We would appreciate your feedback by Wednesday June 8th.
In case you missed Professor Nijssen’s talk today June 2nd, you may view it here:
Topic: CEE Chair Search Townhall 3 – Bart Nijssen – Townhall starts at 12:30
Start Time: Jun 2, 2022 12:27 PM
The actual talk starts around the 2 minute 24 second mark. I will be sending out the form for feedback shortly. Please let me know email@example.com if you have trouble accessing the recording. You will need to login with your UWNetID.
Please find a flyer for SEFS 508: Plant Modeling, a grad course occurring AU 22 that is also open to undergraduates and might be relevant to some of your students.
In this course, we use our knowledge about the physiology and ecology of plants to build and apply process-based plant ecophysiology models. Through modeling, we address questions like “how will crops respond to climate extremes?” and “When will the cherry trees on UW campus bloom?” The primary focus is on explanatory models but other approaches including statistical and machine learning models are discussed. Basic understanding and curiosity in plant ecophysiology and interest in scientific computing are recommended to take and enjoy this course. We will do some coding in Julia language using Cropbox package as the modeling framework (https://github.com/cropbox) but fluency in programming is not required. See course materials at: https://github.com/uwkimlab/plant_modeling
Fridays, 10:30am-1:20pm (AU 22)
Dear fellow engineering students,
My name is Edison Moss, the president of the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS@UW) and the project manager for our Aperture Astronautics Rocketry project. As we move into the 2022-2023 school year, we are looking to recruit 15-20 UW engineering students, preferably Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering sophomores, juniors, and seniors. All other engineering majors and minors are encouraged to apply. Due to the nature of this project, technical experience is preferred but not required. As a part of this organization, you will have the opportunity to actualize your engineering ideas while gaining real-world aerospace engineering experience.
We are looking for individuals who have interest in:
– Rocket Propulsion & Fluid Mechanics
– Mechanics of materials
– Calculus or Differential Equations
– Linear algebra and/or MATLAB
– Schedule tracking/project management
If you or someone you know may be interested, please follow this link (https://forms.gle/iEQmueXYCE4sBXhx5) to apply and help share this opportunity. Thank you for your help in growing our organization!