Career Fair Resources (put forward by Mike Meyer; paraphrased by Jean Kampe):
There are some other resources (the list is still growing) on the event page at Career Services website:
Free Sale! Gently worn women’s business clothing for students at no cost!
Saturday, Feb 17: 11 am – 2 pm, Harold Meese Center
See flyer for more info: FREE SALE flyer – Spring 2018
· Meet with current leaders and decision makers working in solid waste, environmental science, composting, and recycling who can lead to potential internships and become future employers
Michigan Tech is celebrating World Water Day 2018 during the week of March 26. The Great Lakes Research Center is sponsoring the World Water Day Poster Competition, using the United Nations World Water Day theme, “Nature-based Solutions for Water.”
Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to participate in the World Water Day Poster Competition, which includes 2 categories of cash awards:
Original Research posters typically represent thesis and research work related to any aspect of water.
Coursework/Informational posters present coursework or literature based research. They can be assigned in a course to individuals or groups of students, or can be entered independently.
Posters in the Original Research category may or may not be relevant to the “Nature-based Solutions for Water” theme of World Water Day, but additional points are awarded to the Coursework/Informational posters if they incorporate the “Nature-based Solutions for Water” theme.
Registration Deadline: Sunday, March 18 by midnight to Carol Asiala (email@example.com)
Judging Sessions with oral presentations: Tuesday, March 27, 12:00 to 2:30 pm in Dow Conference Rooms
Informal discussions with students at poster session: Tuesday, March 27, 2:30-4:00 pm in Dow Lobby Area – Campus side
The Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held on Friday, March 23. Please be aware that this is a time when many posters will be printed, so plan ahead to avoid any scheduling conflicts with the printing.
Nature-based Solutions for Water resources:
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Naturally Resilient Communities
Thank you, and please contact me with any questions about the Posters.
Dept. of Geological & Mining Engineering & Science, 626 Dow
Great Lakes Research Center
Michigan Technological University
1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931
906/487-2033 (direct line), 906/487-2531 (main office), 906/487-3371 (fax)
Engineering & Science Career Network Online Career Fair
March 21st, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Eastern Time
- Increased exposure to a greater amount of companies;
- There is no cost to travel to in-person interviews;
- A variety of ways to communicate during the career fair, including instant messenger and video chat.
Sign Up Today to Participate! Visit http://bit.ly/Careerfair32018.
The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department is pleased to invite the University community to attend the fall 2017 senior design team presentations. This semester students have undertaken a wide range of interesting projects to fulfill the Department’s design project requirement. Refreshments will be served. (CEE Colloquium Poster)
Tuesday (Dec 12), 8-10 am (MUB Ballroom A1 & A2)
- Prickett Dam (Sturgeon River) – Dam Stability: Analysis and Potential Additional Hydropower Generation for Upper Peninsula Power Company and ILF Consultants (Alston, MI)
- Manistique Transportation Improvements
Tuesday (Dec 12), 8-10 am (MUB Ballroom B1 & B2)
- Siskiwit Bay Dock Design (Isle Royale) and Eagle River East Hydrology Project
- International Senior Design—Panama
Engineers Without Borders will be selling pizza again this week in the DOW lobby from 11:30-1:30 on Wednesday. Starting this week there will also be pasties for sale.