Preparing for the Science & Engineering Career Fair

Hello UW Engineering community! 

Over 80 companies will be attending this year’s virtual Science & Engineering Career Fair on Thursday, October 15. Using the Handshake platform, this event involves logistics that are a bit different than an in-person fair. We encourage students to familiarize themselves with the changes & how to prepare for the virtual fair using the links on our Resources page. The main points are as follows: Continue reading

Advance Registration Info for Science & Engineering Career Fair (10/15/20)

Please see the note below if you are interested in pre-registering for the Science & Engineering Career Fair to take place virtually on Oct 15, 2020.

-Brian

The Fall 2020 “Science & Engineering Career Fair” will be held virtually inside the Handshake platform on Thursday, October 15 from 11am – 3pm. This year’s fair looks a little bit different, as students will sign-up for “10-minute appointments” with each company of interest; not only will you be guaranteed time with a recruiter, but signing up in advance will give you time to prepare on how to best use that time. Please be sure to access our Resources page to learn more about preparing for the fair, including how to update your Handshake profile.

Also new this year is advanced access for our College of Engineering graduating seniors (seeking full-time roles) and incoming juniors (seeking internships for their “final” summer). Starting at 12:01am on Sunday, September 27, you may gain access to employer schedules & sign-up for slots before the schedules are available widely to all UW-Seattle students on October 1. Please use this link to register for the fair in Handshake: https://bit.ly/1015advreg Continue reading

CEE Weekly: Welcome to Autumn 2020!

Hello CEE Students,

With AUT20 less than a week away we wanted to touch base, say hi, and provide you with some resources.

First off, our Advising Hours:

  • Drop-Ins: Drop-In advising will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11am-12pm.  Drop-Ins are usually reserved for quick or time sensitive questions. Since we are now fully remote, you will need to sign up using the following google form no earlier than 20 minutes prior to the start of drop-ins: https://forms.gle/so8ZWpdzEnkGhH3x6
  • Once you have filled out the google form, either Charlotte or Brian will email you a zoom link. Please make sure that you are keeping an eye on your email once you sign up for drop-ins. Drop-In times (along with the google form) will always be located in the calendar on our Ugrad Advising Page.

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Remote Access to CEE computer labs

Dear CEE Students,

Throughout the Fall Quarter 2020, CEE computer labs will be accessible via Remote Desktop only.

For remote access to a computer, you may go to the Computing section of the Current Students menu on CEE website, or just simply open this direct link:

https://www.ce.washington.edu/current/computing/computers-available-remote-desktop

Here are some tips and instructions: Continue reading

Removing barriers to scholarships and fellowship: fall session series for students

The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards and the Graduate School Office of Fellowships & Awards are hosting a series of sessions for students this fall aimed at improving access to fellowships and scholarships. Please share this announcement widely with students.

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