There will be three separate Rail Industry information events on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. See the details below….all companies have multiple full-time and internship positions available for students with various degrees, so don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy some pizza and good discussions with industry experts.
Interested in pursuing medical school or other health professional schools?
Informational session on Monday, October 8th from 7:15-8:00 in Fisher 125.
The program is sponsored by Phi Sigma and the Pre-health Club.
Barr is hosting an information session on Monday before the career fair. See attached information.
Attached is a flyer advertising Bechtel’s informational meeting. They are hiring for full time.
Michigan Tech’s School of Business & Economics will be having an information session for students that are interested in earning their MBA after their Undergraduate degree.
This info session is very important in regards to timing in particular as scholarship monies available through the school will be awarded based on merit in the next month or so to our top applicants.
Be an MBA: Info Session
Tuesday, March 27 @ 6:30 p.m.
130 Fisher Hall
Meet with a Faculty Member, an MBA Alum and MBA Admissions Staff
Questions? Contact Jodie Filpus, MBA Admissions & Recruitment at email@example.com or 906-487-3055
E-Week General Info:
E-Week Schedule of Events:
Become a science or math teacher with a SCHOLARSHIP from the Michigan Tech Noyce Scholars Program
Up to $40,000 for students in engineering, mathematics, or science
LEARN MORE!! Information Sessions
Friday, February 3, 12-1pm
Tuesday, February 14, 4-5pm
You are welcome to bring transcripts to expedite the evaluation process
For more information:
UPDATE: I wanted to fill you in on an important change in the Noyce fellowships to support science, math, and engineering majors who wish to become K-12 teachers. We have substantially increased the stipend for those selected to become Noyce Fellows and I thought this might be of interest to some of your advisees.
The size of the awards to successful undergraduate applicants are now $20,000 per year for up to 2 years. Because the Noyce project will end in approximately 18 months, it is essential that we recruit a sizable class of students for next fall.
Please encourage students to attend if they have even some interest in this opportunity.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks for your help in recruiting excellent science and math teachers,
Brad Baltensperger, Chair of the Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences
Chi Epsilon will be holding a Graduate School Information night on Thursday, January 26th at 7:00p.m. in Dow 875. The meeting is an informal meeting that students can attend to gain some additional information regarding Graduate School if they are interested. A few Civil and Environmental professors will be at the meeting to provide the information as well as to answer any questions that students may have about Graduate School. Refreshments will also be served.
The Rail Transportation Program (RTP) and the Rail Engineering and Activities Club (REAC) would like to invite your students to the 7th Annual Railroad Night, February 21, 2012 from 7-10:00 p.m. at the Shelden Grill in the Magnuson Hotel, Houghton. This year’s keynote speaker is Kevin Kesler, Chief of the Engineer and Operating Practice Division for the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). Admission is $3 for the event or $5 for REAC membership plus Railroad Night admission. REAC is open to all students of any discipline. For more information on REAC, please see http://reac.students.mtu.edu/REAC/index.htm.
This is a great event for student networking with rail industry personnel, campus administration, faculty, community leaders and other students. The evening includes hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, promotional table exhibits, a keynote address and open discussions.