Alumni Achievement Awards Achievement Awards2018-04-26T05:00:00Z6 p.m.Saint Louis Art Museum, 1 Fine Arts Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110<p><a href="">​>> Register to attend.</a><br/></p><p>Join Dean Aaron Bobick and the School of Engineering & Applied Science in honoring the 2018 award recipients.<br/></p><p><strong>6 p.m.</strong> — Reception<br/><strong>6:30 p.m.</strong> — Program<br/>Dinner to follow.<br/></p><p rtenodeid="3"><strong>Young Alumni Award<br/></strong>Ms. Nathalie de Vos Burchart, BSChE '04<br/>Managing Partner<br/>Heathwood Enterprises, Ltd. </p><p><strong>Alumni Achievement Awards<br/></strong>Mr. Vincent Belusko, BSCivE '78<br/>Partner<br/>Morrison & Foerster, LLP</p><p>Mr. Steve Lowy, BSChE '68 MSChE '70<br/>President - Lowy Enterprises, Inc.<br/>Chairman - Envision, LLC<br/></p><p>Mr. Cedric Yu, MSEE '85, DScEE '89<br/>Professor, Radiation Oncology<br/>University of Maryland School of Medicine</p><p><strong>Dean's Award </strong><em>on behalf of their leadership with the Women & Engineering Initiative</em><br rtenodeid="3"/>Ms. Jan Holloway, MSAMCS '88<br/>Senior Vice President, Chief of Staff<br/>and Community Relations<br/>Monsanto</p><p>Ms. Michele Liebman, BSSDP '86<br/>Principle (ret.)<br/>Edward Jones<br/></p>Engineering Alumni & Development, 314-935-8730
MEMS Faculty Meeting Faculty Meeting2018-04-26T05:00:00Z2:40 p.m.4 p.m.Brauer Hall, Room 3015
Graduate Student Seminar: LinkedIn for Job [Re]Search Student Seminar: LinkedIn for Job [Re]Search2018-04-26T05:00:00Z2:45 p.m.3:45 p.m.Brauer Hall, Room 12<p>LinkedIn can be a valuable resource to research career options, make connections, and search for a job.</p><p>Attend this interactive session to:<br/> • Learn the benefits of connecting and networking through LinkedIn<br/> • Develop strategies for using social media for the job search<br/> • Set up or update your LinkedIn profile to advance your career goals</p><p>Bring a laptop to work on your profile and also get a professional photo taken!</p><p><strong>Presenters:</strong></p><p><strong></strong><strong>Dr. Thi Nguyen</strong> is associate dean for graduate career and professional development in the Graduate School. This develops and leads professional and career development initiatives to promote career readiness for graduate students across academic and nonacademic job markets.</p><p><strong>Dr. Michelle Repice</strong> is Assistant Director of Graduate Career Development at the Career Center, where she leads professional and career development initiatives for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. She advises graduate students on career exploration and the development of career decision-making skills across academic and nonacademic job markets.<br/></p>Alex Reiter,
Boeing Engineering Challenge Final Flight Competition Engineering Challenge Final Flight Competition2018-05-02T05:00:00ZAthletic ComplexInstitute for School Partnership
Women & Engineering Leadership Society Applications Due & Engineering Leadership Society Applications Due2018-05-04T05:00:00Z<p>​The Society creates a network for female engineers associated with Washington University in St. Louis. It pairs engineering students (juniors and seniors) with experienced female engineers (often alumnae) with similar professional interests to form "bear pairs." The Society meets at a spring leadership summit has 1-2 events per semester. Costs are complimentary, courtesy of the Women & Engineering program.</p><p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">>> Please review the application form for more information.</a> <br/><br/>Applicants will be notified of your acceptance this summer. <br/></p>Emily Boyd, 314-935-6193
Engineering Recognition Ceremony Recognition Ceremony2018-05-17T05:00:00Z1:30 p.m. Field House, Athletic Complex<p>​View all commencement events for the Class of 2018: <a href=""></a><br/></p>
Center for Engineering MechanoBiology Summer Research Program Ends for Engineering MechanoBiology Summer Research Program Ends2018-08-03T05:00:00Z<p><a href="">The Center for Engineering MechanoBiology (CEMB)</a> 2018 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates Program is designed for students to pursue innovative research with a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center.<br/></p><p><strong>Program Dates: </strong>May 29 – August 3, 2018<br/><strong>Website:</strong> <a href=""></a> </p><p><strong>Research areas:</strong> molecular biology; cell and tissue mechanics in plants and animals; bioengineering; biochemistry; biophysics; computational biology; biomedical devices; nanoscale science and engineering<br/></p>Patience Graybill,