Representatives from Tesla Motors will be on campus recruiting for paid summer internships for both undergraduate and graduate students. They will share information about regular positions at Tesla and have a short presentation on the exciting work being done within the Energy Products team.
Tesla Info Session
The Institute of Transportation Engineers – UW and Washington State Department of Transportation will be hosting a networking event on Tuesday February 13th from 11-1:30 in More 229.
Feel free to drop in with your resume as your schedule permits to talk with current WSDOT employees about job opportunities. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
Want to learn more about the Master of Science in Technology Innovation program?
Design. Build. Launch.
From smart homes to smart health, computing technologies are transforming our daily lives and powering innovation across the globe. Lean how to design, build and launch the smart and connected solutions of the future.
Through intensive courses in design thinking, technology development and entrepreneurship, the Master of Science in Technology Innovation (MSTI) teaches the skills needed to take an innovation from concept to development and on to launch. For students interested in developing a global perspective on technology innovation, we offer a dual degree that combines the UW MSTI with a Master of Engineering in Data Science & Information Technology at Tsinghua University in China.
For more information, please attend the next information session. You will get to learn more about the program from MSTI faculty, staff and students.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bioengineering Nepal: Technology Development for Global Health Exploration Seminar August 21 – September 11, 2018
Application deadline: February 15th, apply here
Course: BIOEN 498/599, Technologies for Improving Global Health, 5 credits (I&S, DIV, Engineering elective)
Program Description: Students will explore the needs of medical workers in Nepal. Through shadowing of clinicians in both Dhulikhel Hospital and affiliated medical outreach centers, students will define technological needs to improve health care delivery in three focus areas: cardiovascular health and disease prevention, infectious disease diagnosis and prevention, and accident and trauma care.
There will be an information session this Friday, February 2nd at 12:30PM in the Electrical Engineering Building, Room 303.
Questions? Contact Karen Thickman, email@example.com
MCG is a great student organization and very helpful for students looking to get some exposure and work in consulting. Learn more at http://www.montlakeconsulting.com.
The next information session will be held on Thursday, January 18th at 6:30PM in Deloitte Commons. Attire is business casual.
The application is now open through Wednesday, January 24th. Application requirements: resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript. Apply at montlakeconsulting.com/join.
Clark Construction will conduct a session about their company the evening before the CEE Career Fair. At least two Clark employees will participate, Riley Link (UW grad) and KK Clark…both terrific individuals and active construction engineers. At the session they will discuss the company, hiring plans and how they will conduct interviews for both intern and full-time positions. At this time I do not know how many folks they seek for employment…we will find out together. Also, they plan to bring some food to the event. They will also be at the CEE Career Fair the following day.
As noted above, the session is on Wed, January 17, More 234 and will start at 500 pm. This event is a great one to ask questions and get information that might be difficult to obtain during the Career Fair. The room only holds about 50 seats and I assume it will be full. We tried to get a larger room but this is the only one in More available.
Attend the 2018 Scholarship Fair on Jan. 25, 2pm-5:30pm at UW in Mary Gates Hall! This event is an opportunity for students and alumni to learn about and explore the variety of scholarships, fellowships, and other funded programs to consider for undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate years. Program representatives from over 25 local, national and international organizations, agencies, departments, etc. will be tabling, as well as offering information sessions throughout the day.
The list of participating scholarship programs is available at http://expd.uw.edu/scholarships/scholarships-fair/.
Information sessions offered during the Fair include (all held in MGH 171):
Don’t hesitate to RSVP, that just allows them to send you a reminder to attend if you are able to, but isn’t required. Drop into the Fair or any of these info sessions even if you don’t RSVP. Sign up to get reminded about the Fair.
Dear CEE undergraduate and graduate communities,
I hope you are doing well. On behalf of the UW American Water Works Association and Water Environment Federation student chapter, I would like to share with you two events taking place during these coming two weeks:
Resume Review and Elevator Speech Open Session – UW AWWA-WEF Student Chapter
Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 – More Hall 234 (fluid session 4-30 PM – 7:00 PM)
The UW AWWA-WEF student chapter is organizing a professional-led open session on resume review and elevator speech on Wednesday, January 10th, in More Hall 234 for CEE undergraduate and graduate students in preparation for the CEE career fair. The open session is an informal session where professionals work with small groups of students (3-4 students per group) to review their resumes and/or advise them on their elevator speeches. This session is fluid i.e. students are welcome to join the session anytime between 4:30 PM and 7:00 PM. (Snacks will be provided by King County)
Be ready for the CEE career fair by participating in this open session!
Networking Social with AWWA and PNCWA professionals and UW-AWWA-WEF student group
Join the King County Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association (PNCWA) and the King County American Water Works Association (AWWA) for drinks and food following the UW CEE Career fair.
When: Thursday, January 18th, 2018, 5:30 -8:00 pm
Where: Big Time Brewery on the Ave (*under 21 allowed)
Please RSVP for the event by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
All, if you have any interest in pursuing civil and environmental engineering employment opportunities in the U.S. military (Air Force, Navy, Army, Marine Corps, Coast Guard), myself (Air Force civil engineer officer for ~15 years) and Lieutenant Steve Henderson (Coast Guard civil engineer officer for ~7 years and urban & environmental planning civilian experience for ~ 7 years) will facilitate a discussion session on Wednesday, 10 January, from 12:30 P.M. to 1:20 P.M. in More Hall, Room 110.
- What: Discussion Session, U.S. Military Civil and Environmental Engineering Employment Opportunities
- When: 10 January, Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. – 1:20 p.m.
- Where: More Hall, Room 110
- Whom: Target audience is students but faculty/staff are welcome to attend
Shoot me a note if you plan to attend and/or if you have specific questions you’d like us to address.
Thanks for your consideration, Ryan
Major Ryan Howell, USAF
COE is hosting additional info sessions for students to learn more about options to study engineering abroad this summer. Applications for most programs are due on January 15, 2018. Learn more at www.engr.uw.edu/current/study-abroad.
Engineering Summer Study Abroad Info Sessions
Friday, January 5
Tuesday, January 9
All sessions in EEB 303