EERI UW Student Chapter – Friedman Lecture with Jay Wilson (Feb 11)

Earthquake Engineering Research Institute

University of Washington Student Chapter Meeting

Date: Monday, February 11th, 2019

Time: 5:30pm

Location: Alder Hall Auditorium, University of Washington

Join the EERI at UW student chapter for our February monthly meeting. The meeting will feature the Friedman Family Visiting Professionals Program Lecturer, Jay Wilson, the Clackamas County Resilience Coordinator with the Department of Disaster Management. He will be speaking about how emergency managers provide context for community risk management decisions. All are encouraged to attend – you do not need to be a member of EERI. More information about the presentation can be found in the attached flyer. An updated flyer with more information will be sent out soon. We are excited to have Jay Wilson visiting and we look forward to seeing you at this event!

ITE/SDOT Roundtable, Tuesday Feb 26th

Good morning everyone,

The UW chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers invite all students to a roundtable discussion on transportation project development and delivery with Dongho Chang, Carter Danne, and Jonathan Dong, project managers with the Seattle Department of Transportation.

Come learn about the challenges of project development and delivery in the professional world, and bring your Seattle transportation-related questions for a discussion of the challenges and opportunities that Seattle will face in the coming years. We hope to see you there!

WHEN: Tuesday, February 26th at 6:00 PM
WHERE: Gould Hall 114
Free, and food will be served
Help us to plan for food – RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/iteatuw

An invite to ‘Women Across Engineering: Innovating Solutions for Health’ event for your students

Join us for BioExplore’s Women Across Engineering: Innovating Solutions for Health event, open to all students! As a celebration of the International Day of Girls and Women in Science, our event will feature women faculty and graduate students from a broad range of engineering departments on Monday, February 11 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm in HUB 250. Pizza will be provided! The evening will comprise of:

·         Research flash talks,

·         Faculty panel, &

·         Dinner with faculty and graduate students

To attend, RSVP here. Sign-ups are on a first-come first-served basis, so RSVP now!

URL: tinyurl.com/WomenAcrossEng

Registration is Now Open for the 28th Annual Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE ) Conference

Registration is Now Open for the 28th Annual Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE ) Conference

Saturday, February 2, 2019

8:30am – 3:30pm

HUB – Seattle Campus

Please share with your department undergraduate and graduate students, colleagues, and faculty as appropriate. Workshops and presentations will be offered all day that speak to the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) educational and career opportunities as well as personal enrichment and professional development. We encourage our women STEM scholars at all levels to attend. There are great opportunities to network and explore opportunities

 ·         Attendees Engage and Explore the Opportunities and Pathways in STEM ·         Connect and network with our academic and industry sponsors

If you or your department has not participated in the past, here is a list of ways we invite our campus community and departments to be involved in the conference:

  1. Share with your department students, colleagues and affiliates to encourage them to participate.
  2. Sponsor a department lunch table. Includes registration for eight (8) seats.
  3. a) Early Bird Registration:     $175    available until Friday, Nov. 30th
  4. b) General Registration:        $200    Dec 1 –  Jan. 18, 2019

 

  1. Sponsor single registration for students in your department to attend – Student Registration:  $25 per student.

 

  1. Provide general conference sponsorship at  $100 minimum:
    • This includes participation in the pre-conference conversations: STEM TED Talks – Inspiring Your Brilliance.  A 6X6 table with two chairs will be provided for department(s) to recruit and share information. Continental breakfast will be included for up to two volunteers.  Time: 8:30am – 9:40am.
      1. If additional student or staff volunteers would like to volunteer at your table the cost is $20 and you may register them as a student.  

 

For your convenience, department and student sponsorship registration can be completed On-Line at:  www.engr.uw.edu/wiseconf

 

  • UW departments Registration Access code:  DAWGS2018(not case sensitive).
  • On-line registration will close Friday, January 18, 2019. There will be no on-site registration.

 

WiSE appreciates our campus departments’ financial and in-kind support in previous years and we are looking forward to your continued participation.   Any inquiries about the conference registration process may be directed to:

 

ANDREW CHESTERFIELD
Conference Coordinator, Conference Services
Housing & Food Services
206.221.7149
agchest@uw.edu / hfs.uw.edu

 

Thank you for your support.

DOE Millennial Nuclear Caucus Event (4/4/19)

Subject: DOE Millennial Nuclear Caucus Event

Millennials will shape our energy landscape for years to come, leading our country into the next generation of nuclear advancement and energy dominance.”  Secretary of Energy Rick Perry

Dear Dr. Reinhall, Dr. Yang, Dr. Lowes, and Dr. Pfaendtner,

I am the Nuclear Energy Sector Manager at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.  On behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy (DOE-NE), we are excited to announce that a DOE Millennial Nuclear Caucus event will take place April 4, 2019, at Discovery Hall in Richland, Washington.

This unique event brings together the next generation of leaders in nuclear innovation. The event will feature discussions on the path forward for the nuclear industry and the role innovative technology will play. Participants at the events represent the full spectrum of the nuclear field, including young leaders supporting the existing fleet, those designing small modular and advanced reactors, and those advocating for a thriving nuclear future.

We believe that this is a great opportunity for your students to attend an event that will bring together the next generation of leaders in nuclear innovation. We would like to partner with you to ensure that you are able to participate in this event.

Participants will have an opportunity to see firsthand the capabilities here at PNNL, hear from leaders in the nuclear energy space, private industry in our communities, learn of internships and job opportunities within PNNL and private industry, network with leaders and meet other young professionals in the nuclear energy space.

Our current plans are for the event at Discovery Hall to begin at 12:00 pm.  We will be offering tours of PNNL facilities and will have an expo area with interactive exhibits and career/intern booths.  At 4:00 pm we will have a keynote speaker followed by a panel session comprised of millennials actively working in the nuclear energy field.  This will be followed at 5:00 pm by a networking reception.  We have confirmed that Framatome and Energy Northwest will participate in our event.  We are pursuing other participants, including NuScale and Terrapower.

Please contact us for more information on how you can ensure you do not miss out on this opportunity to work with us to ensure your students engage in the chance to participate in bringing together the next generation of leaders in nuclear innovation.

To learn more about what we’re doing at PNNL in the nuclear energy area please visit https://nuclearenergy.pnnl.gov/.   To learn more of the Millennial Nuclear Caucus please visit them at: https://www.energy.gov/ne/initiatives/millennial-nuclear-caucus.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,

Mark

 

________________________________________

Mark Nutt
Nuclear Energy Sector Manager

Energy and Environment Directorate

 

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
902 Battelle Boulevard
P.O. Box 999, MSIN K9-69

Richland, WA  99352 USA

 

Tel:  509-375-2984

Cell: 630-596-7365

mark.nutt@pnnl.gov

https://nuclear.energy.pnnl.gov