Day: September 15, 2014

Applications are open for the ASNT Robert B. Oliver Scholarship

The ASNT Robert B. Oliver Scholarship is a $2,500 scholarship given to provide an incentive to students currently enrolled in course work related to nondestructive testing (NDT) in a program of study learning to an undergraduate degree, an associate degree, or a post-secondary certificate.  The scholarship memorializes ASNT’s Past President, Honorary Member, and Fellow Robert B. Oliver.

The scholarships are awarded to students submitting the best original manuscripts on nondestructive testing.  The manuscript should develop a concept in NDT and may be based on practical experience, laboratory work, or library research. (See link below for manuscript criteria.)  Papers may be classroom assignments for work outside NDT, such as an English class.  A maximum of three (3) scholarships are presented each year.

Applications must be submitted online and received no later than 15 February 2015.


Professional Skills Workshop – From Cover Letter to Interview

Professional Development Day is coming up this Friday, September 19.

“From Cover Letter to Interview: Professional Skills Workshop”

GSG and the Michigan Tech Career Center are teaming up to help you market yourself to prospective employers with the following:

  • CV & Resume Writing Workshop
  • Interview & Career Fair Tips
  • Questionnaire Session with International students
Date: Friday, September, 19th
Time: 11 AM – 2 PM
Place: Library East Reading Room

A catered lunch ( Vegetarian & Non-Vegetarian) will be provided.

All graduate students are invited to attend. No RSVP is necessary. We hope to see you all there!

Biostatistics Prospective Student Day Fall 2014

DEPARTMENT OF BIOSTATISTICS PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENT INFORMATION DAY

The event will be held on Saturday, October 11, 2014 in Ann Arbor MI, and provides an opportunity for students who may be interested in graduate study in Biostatistics to learn about our program and the University and meet our faculty.  There will be presentations by students and faculty providing examples of ongoing work in the department, summarizing job opportunities and career prospects, and providing guidance on admission policies and financial support.

This includes both undergraduate and Masters students who have identified Biostatistics and related fields as an area of interest, but also students who are completing undergraduate degrees in Math, Statistics, Biology, Computer Science and related disciplines that are beginning to explore their future options. With the current great need for students who can bridge the fields of mathematics, statistics, biology, medicine and computer science, prospects for our graduates have never been brighter. 

Register here