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Digest Date Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Dates and Deadlines
The 2017-18 Bulletins are now open for editing
Campus Announcements
The Student Rec Center offers 11 unique fitness classes throughout the week. Schedule at: https://www.facebook.com/CSMBeWell/photos/a.344121609029794.73064.331945590247396/1130177343757546/?type=3
In order to better understand the needs and mindset of the Mines Community, the Undergraduate Student Government is asking Mines students to fill out an anonymous survey concerning alcohol consumption
Undergrad scholarship opportunity for study abroad (Summer or Fall)
The men who brought you singing valentines need your help! Come audition for the premiere Mines mens acappella group Wed 2/22 @5pm in the Ford Building
2017 Renewable Energy Fellowship Awards Announcement
2017 REMRSEC Summer Faculty Awards Announcement
Campus Events / Meetings
Denbury Resources Info Session on THURS., 2/23 at 5pm in Marquez Hall, Room 122
SpaceX Info Session on WED, 2/22 at 12 Noon in Hill Hall, Room 202
Ibotta Info Session on WED, 2/22, at 5pm in Brown Hall, West Rm 210
Join us for this FREE event on 3/11 from 10:00am-11:30am! Space is limited so signup today! Click through for full details.
Don't miss your Flight from Green Center to Kuwait Flight #2526 Friday, February 24th 2017 fasten your seat belt and enjoy viewing Kuwait through our eyes
Wednesday, February 22: "Scientific Discovery at the Nexus of Information Science and Materials Science" presented by Dr. Krishna Rajan. Reception to follow.
Join NSBE in celebrating African/African-American culture. There will be delicious food, music, and performances. Contact Byron Jones for more information at byjones@mines.edu
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Garten will present, "Ferroelectric semiconductors for next generation solar cells" this Thursday in Hill Hall 202 at 4pm. Beverages, fruit and cookies provided!
Dr. Bengt Fornberg and Dr. Natasha Flyer present "Radial Basis Functions: Freedom from meshes in scientific computing". Please join us for refreshments at 2:45 p.m.
Dr. Jeffrey Hokanson (CSM) will present “Projected Nonlinear Least Squares for Modal Analysis”
Dr. Jason Luck of Lockheed Martin will present "Lockheed Martin’s Autonomous Systems Group and Applications in Autonomy, Computer Vision, and Artificial Intelligence”
Symmetry Anyone? by Emeritus Professor Willy A. Hereman, Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics, CSM
Digest Date Monday, February 20, 2017
Campus Announcements
Check one off your bucket list! Enjoy the experience of a lifetime, exploring the Grand Canyon and learning from expert geologist and Mines professor, Dr. Steve Sonnenberg.
If there’s something weird and it don’t look good…who ya gonna call?
Retirement Plan Information Sessions February 22 (Extended Q&A for Those Approaching Retirement) & February 28
This is a chance for early adopters to see what's coming before the rest of campus gets its turn.
Campus Events / Meetings
Submit a piece of your art (of any type) based on self-image by March 1st (Wednesday!) to be showcased (anonymously or not) and entered into a contest for a prize.
SWIG is hosting a Bad Science Movie night on Thursday February 23rd, open to all of campus. It will be in the Adam's room in Green Center. Bring a couple bucks to order pizza!
Please join us for The Melodic Miners, the only female A Cappella group at Mines and famous for their recent Singing Valentines performances on campus.
Come out for another exciting lecture provided by IEEE! Evan and his coworkers will discuss the transition from university to industry.
6:00 PM, Wed Feb 2nd. Join us in the Foundry (Hill Hall Basement) for an evening of melting glass and making beads. Why not stave off the post-break stress with an evening on the torch?
You can do this all at Connections!
Academic Lectures / Courses
Friday, February 24th: "A New Twist on Old Chemistry: Organic Peroxides as RO+ Synthons"
Special Activities
Come celebrate President's Day late this Thursday at the climbing wall by dressing up as your favorite president and sending some routes! A FREE top rope class will be offered as well.
MAC Movie: Moana, this Friday, the 24th, at 7 PM in Bunker Auditorium! Hawaiian shirt contest, hula hooping competition and FREE Hawaiian food!
Digest Date Friday, February 17, 2017
Closures and Outages
CCIT will be upgrading the network in Thomas Hall on Monday Feb. 20 Noon ~ 1:30 PM.
Dates and Deadlines
It is about time to start making your changes to the 2017-2018 UG and Grad Bulletins
CASA Tutoring will be on a break on during Presidents' Day Weekend. Will return Tuesday night at 5:00pm.
Campus Announcements
HARMONIC MINERS AUDITIONS 2/22/17 Ford Building at 5pm
2017 Renewable Energy Fellowship Awards Announcement
2017 REMRSEC Summer Faculty Awards Announcement
Campus Events / Meetings
Test your skills on the Drilling Simulator! Drilling Simulator Night followed by Screening of "Armageddon" starting 6 pm on February 17th. FREE GARBANZO food provided.
Denbury Resources Info Session on THURS., 2/23 at 5pm in Marquez Hall, Room 122
SpaceX Info Session on WED, 2/22 at 12 Noon in Hill Hall, Room 202
Harris Corporation Info Session on THURS, 2/23 at 5pm in Marquez Hall, Room 126
Ibotta Info Session on WED, 2/22, at 5pm in Brown Hall, West Rm 210
Sign-up to play in the Goalball tournament on March 5th (captain's meeting/instructional event Feb 26). Click the link to learn more about this unique opportunity to play a Paralympic sport!!
Come out for another exciting lecture provided by IEEE!
We are excited to start meeting regularly, and look forward to forming a solid group. Please help us by completing this survey: https://orgsync.com/152018/forms/244035
Wednesday, February 22: "Scientific Discovery at the Nexus of Information Science and Materials Science" presented by Dr. Krishna Rajan. Reception to follow.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Symmetry Anyone? by Emeritus Professor Willy A. Hereman, Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics, CSM
Special Activities
CIEE's Generation abroad Access Grant: aps due April 14 for Summer 2018
Come to the Ryan Sayers Memorial Pi Mile on Saturday, April 8! Proceeds will go to the Ryan Sayers Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Digest Date Thursday, February 16, 2017
Closures and Outages
CCIT will be upgrading the network in Morgan Hall on Friday Feb. 17 Noon ~ 1:30 PM.
The SRC will have adjusted hours for President's Day Weekend
Dates and Deadlines
Faculty and Staff, please join your Administrative Faculty Council (AFC) for cookies, cocoa, and – since it’s not exactly the Winter weather we had planned for – cold refreshments, too!
Campus Announcements
CSM101 is looking for faculty and staff Mentors for the 2017/2018 school year. This is your opportunity to positively impact the life of a first year student in a new way!
Cyber criminals continue to test Mines defenses.
Click through for promotion details!
Students, faculty & staff, we'd love to get your feedback on our dining services. Please take a moment to complete our survey. Click through for link & full details.
New policy on Drones/UAS for campus is posted in the Mines' Policy Library. Registration, insurance & info on UAS use for research & educational purposes is available.
Click through for the hours!
Campus Events / Meetings
Stand out from the rest, we are the best, so don't detest and the the fest...ivities of Blue Key Honor Society! Please attend this info session for a better idea of what Blue Key can do for you!
Students for Sensible Drug Policy welcomes you to a movie showing this Friday of DMT: The Spirit Molecule. The showing will be in Brown 375 at 5:00pm and snacks will be provided! Come learn about DMT!
If you're a new transfer student this semester of declared Electrical Engineering with CASA late last semester-present, you're invited to our Welcome Event.
Interested in a fun new sport? Quidditch Club will be having its first practice this Thursday at 4-6pm on Stratton Commons.
February 24 2017; 6:30-9:00 PM Ballroom A & B in the Student Center.
Connect with alumni and discuss the Mines experience
Academic Lectures / Courses
Fast Level-set Methods for Inversion of Potential Fields by Dr. Jianliang Qian, Michigan Center for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Michigan State University
Dr. Schleife will present, "Excited electrons in semiconductors: dielectric screening and non-adiabatic dynamics" today in Hill Hall at 4pm. Beverages, fruit and cookies provided!
Dr. David Leach will present “Meeting the Exploration Challenge for Undiscovered Zn-Pb Ores” on Thursday, February 16th in Berthoud Hall 241 at 4:00 pm.
Special Activities
Do you have an idea for spreading philanthropy at Mines? TONIGHT, learn how you could earn funding from this year's Philanthro-Tank 2!
SAAVE (Student Advocates Against Violence and for Education) has partnered with the One Love Foundation to present their 40 minute film, Escalation.
Athletics
Home Track Invite & Week-At-A-Glance
Join Mines Football summer camps, designed to teach, develop, and improve skills at all positions and levels.
The Youth Lacrosse Camp is open to boys and girls ages 8-17. Our club coaches and players are instructors for the camp, so we can ensure each camper will be appropriately challenged.
Coach Orser invites you to our highly popular Basketball Camps at the Colorado School of Mines.
Youth ages 6-18 are invited to participate in the Mines Men's Soccer Summer Camp.
Support the Mines Club Ultimate Frisbee Team on THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16th by eating at Chipotle!!
Check out these upcoming Club Sports events and games
Register today for Mines Volleyball camps open to youth in 5th through 12th grades with emphasis on skills and positional technical training.
Participate in Mines Women's Basketball Camps available for a variety of ages and ability levels.
At Colorado School of Mines Girls' Soccer Academies, we aim to inspire and educate young female soccer players of all levels in a positive and encouraging environment.
Mines Wrestling Camps strive to help student-athletes become champions, on the wrestling mat and in the classroom. Campers will learn from inspiring college wrestlers and experienced coaches.
Youth Sports Camp provides a positive learning environment for kids to play and develop their personal skills through a variety of different sports and recreational activities.
Digest Date Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Closures and Outages
Due to crane work on the Heating Plant Project, 13th Street will need to be closed 2/16-2/25
The library will be open for reduced hours over Presidents' Day Weekend
Campus Announcements
Book & Brew coffee shop would like to display student art work for a 6 week rotational basis beginning now! If you would like to hang your 2 dimensional pieces in our space, our main wall is 8 by 6’.
The Gold Mine is the official crowdfunding platform of Mines. Unlike other crowdfunding sites, we charge no fees and help you every step of the way. Click to learn more and submit your idea today!
Registrar New Staff Welcome and Staffing Changes
2017 Renewable Energy Fellowship Awards Announcement
2017 REMRSEC Summer Faculty Awards Announcement
Experience Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, the highly acclaimed study-abroad program, for eight weeks of your summer
Campus Events / Meetings
Join us for some great shows in Alderson 151 Wednesday evening!
Due to scheduling conflicts with Career Day, we will be postponing our meeting to next Wednesday,
Jefferson Symphony Orchestra Celebrates Black History Month with special guest artist Ron Miles
Come out for another exciting lecture provided by IEEE!
Safe Zone training is devoted to developing allies to the LGBTQ+ community in a safe, open environment where you can learn skills to better support members of the LGBTQ+ community on and off campus.
Distinguished Guest Speaker Event this Thursday at 2pm in AH140. Steve Vinton, founder of Village Schools International, will be giving a presentation on Sustainable Development.
Ticket sales will be held on Friday the 17th from 11-2pm in the Student Center! Ticket price is $15 (cash or check only) and includes: admission, food, and TEDxCSM swag!
The Richard Fogarty talk, Europe, Islam and the Middle East has been CANCELLED . We hope to be able to reschedule this at a later date. Thank you for your understanding.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Friday, February 17th, 2017. "New approaches to lateral-flow immunoassays. What’s inside that home pregnancy/flu/chlamydia test?" at 10am, CTLM 102
Learn how intelligent robots can communicate through natural language in realistic human-robot interaction scenarios, in which knowledge is uncertain, incomplete, and decentralized.
On Wed. Feb. 15 (12:00-12:50) in Marquez 322, Ms. Wathke, who is part of the Stakeholder Relations Team at Anadarko, will discuss community engagement from the perspective of a petroleum company.
Wednesday, February 15: "Grand Energy Challenges: Rethinking Our Energy Future" presented by Dr. Douglas Arent
Special Activities
Do you have an idea for spreading philanthropy at Mines? This Thursday, February 16th, learn how you could earn funding from this year's Philanthro-Tank 2!
Digest Date Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Closures and Outages
Purpose of Activity: Upgrade the network infrastructure hardware to increase stability and to prepare for upgrades to the Wireless service in the Bradford Hall Dorms.
There will be multiple brief connectivity interruptions...
The ORC will be closed next Monday and Tuesday (Feb 20-21). The ORC will reopen Wednesday Feb 22 at 10am.
Dates and Deadlines
Canvas Trainer Sallie Michalsky is returning to campus to help faculty and staff best learn how to use Canvas. Sign up to secure your space!
Campus Announcements
Come out to IEEE's semi-annual Evening with Executives the night of career fair!
CASA is proud to welcome Jen Drumm and Lisa McDowell as new professional staff members! Click to read more about their respective roles!
"You've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky (about my project)? Well do ya?" Even if you do, read on... CCIT has a new process for requesting help for your technology-related projects.
The D Lot has been expanded!
The annual children's carnival on campus - March 18th with Space theme! Any student(s) or clubs that want to volunteer to run a booth, do an activity, and give out candy to happy kids sign up here!
Retirement / Restructuring / New Director Search
2017 Renewable Energy Fellowship Awards Announcement
2017 REMRSEC Summer Faculty Awards Announcement
Come to the Student Recreation Center to talk with the 650+ recruiters who are looking for MINES students! This is the beginning of a record-setting Spring Recruiting Season!
Campus Events / Meetings
Everything you need for Valentine's Day is available for purchase in the Student Center. Fresh roses, artificial roses, chocolate roses, and teddybears are available all for a low price!
Coeur Mining Info Session on TUES, 2/14 at 6:00pm in Brown Hall, West Room 210
Freeport McMoran Info Sesssion on TUES, 2/14 at 4:00pm in Brown Hall West 210
Imerys Mining and Mineral Processing Info Session on TUES, 2/14 at 5:00pm in Berthoud Hall, Room 243
Kiewit Construction Info Session on TUES, 2/14 at 4:30pm in Berthoud Hall, Room 241
Nucor Steel Info Session on TUES, 2/14 at 4:30pm in Marquez Hall, Room 126
U.S. Naval Engineering Info Session on Tues 2/14 at 4pm in Berthoud Hall, Room 108
Career Ctr Welcomes: Zion Engineering Info Session on TUES, 2/14 at 4:00pm in Marquez Hall, Room 122
Come join the CSM Pokéfans as we host our first OFFICIALLY SANCTIONED Premiere Challenge for the Pokémon VGC on Saturday February 18th at 10:00AM in Brown Building West 375
Please join the CSM Republicans for their first meeting of the year. FREE FOOD. Guest Speaker, Dr Ross from the American Petroleum Institute will be speaking about energy growth and policy in Colorado
We invite all faculty, staff, students, and community members to the brown bag conversations. The theme this week is about Museum Collections, Special Collections, and Archives at CSM
Join Filmmakers at Mines where we finish writing our script for our next club video, and begin planning out the shooting process!
Now Hiring Summer Conference Assistants! Housing, meals, hourly pay, transferable skills and Colorado summer!
Connect with alumni and discuss the Mines experience
Faculty and Staff, please join your Administrative Faculty Council (AFC) for cookies, cocoa, and – since it’s not exactly the Winter weather we had planned for – cold refreshments, too!
Come support the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity as we ride stationary bikes for 4 days straight! All donations help support the Rocky Mountain Center for Multiple Sclerosis!
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Schleife will present, "Excited electrons in semiconductors: dielectric screening and non-adiabatic dynamics" this Thursday in Hill Hall at 4pm. Beverages, fruit and cookies provided!
Fast Level-set Methods for Inversion of Potential Fields by Dr. Jianliang Qian, Michigan Center for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Michigan State University
Dr. Adrienne Lavine, Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles
Angus Rockett, CSM Met. & Materials Engineering, "Characterizing Electronic Defects in Semiconductors and Application to Photovoltaic Devices"
Special Activities
Eat at the Colorado Mills Chipotle this Thursday night to support the Club Ultimate Team!
It takes two to get to the top. This Valentine's day at the climbing wall we have "friend routes" and "buddy problems", where it takes a bit of teamwork to complete a route. Climb with your Valentine!
All Mines water bottles will be 25% off one day only Wednesday 02/15/2017
Stop by the Student Center from 10:00am-3:00pm TODAY to sign a pledge to love YOURSELF!
Join us in learning some of the popular ballroom dances. We teach Tango, Swing, and Waltz every week. These lessons are beginner friendly some come on out and have some fun!
Athletics
Support the Mines Club Ultimate Frisbee Team on THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16th by eating at Chipotle!!
Digest Date Monday, February 13, 2017
Campus Announcements
The Student Rec Center offers 11 unique fitness classes throughout the week. Schedule at: https://www.facebook.com/CSMBeWell/photos/a.344121609029794.73064.331945590247396/1130177343757546/?type=3
Come and help/get help for Exam 1 in EENG 282 Circuits!
Come out to IEEE's semi-annual Evening with Executives the night of career fair!
Polish your 30 second introduction! Come do a walk-through with a guide to help you hone your booth approach skills!
Learn about the G-MEO Study Abroad Program in Chengdu, China! Choose from two sessions: 11:45 am or 12:30 pm on February 17th!
Learn about the G-MEO Study Abroad Program in Chengdu, China! Choose from two sessions: 11:45 am or 12:30 pm on February 17th!
Campus Events / Meetings
It's simple. Follow the Registrar's Office on Twitter @CSMRegistrar. No junk, no waste of time, just information you need. 4 students currently following and 4 new students followers will be winners!
Everything you need for Valentine's Day is available for purchase in the Student Center. Fresh roses, artificial roses, chocolate roses, and teddybears are available all for a low price!
Stand out from the rest, we are the best, so don't detest and join the fest…ivities of the Blue Key Honor Society! Please attend this info session for a better idea of what BK can do for you!
Did Jesus “swoon” on the cross? Did Jesus’ disciples to fake his resurrection? Is the whole story a myth? Come examine the evidence with forensic scientist Donald Dicks. 7:00 Monday, Feb. 13th, GC 295
Have you ever wondered what Alpha Phi Omega is all about? Talk to our members near the Starbucks in the Periodic Table to learn more about APO
Come out for another exciting lecture provided by IEEE!
Learn to make 10 string even more complex medieval braiding techniques. HH201C 6:00 PM, 2/15/2017
Connect with alumni and discuss the Mines experience
On Saturday we're going to be helping oSTEM prep their new space at the McBride house from 10am to 12pm. On Sunday we're going to making dog toys for a local shelter from 2:30 to 4:30 pm in BBW280.
Academic Lectures / Courses
Dr. Paul G. Constatine from Applied Math and Statistics at Mines will present his talk "Active Subspaces: Emerging Ideas for Dimension Reduction in Highly Parameterized Models"
"Natural gas hydrate: Is it suitable and safe to be mined as energy?" by Dr. Fulong Ning
Special Activities
Do you have an idea for spreading philanthropy at Mines? This Thursday, February 16th, learn how you could earn funding from this year's Philanthro-Tank 2!
Enjoy a Valentine’s Day Concert with Mines Little Theatre at 7:00 PM on Valentine’s Day in Ballrooms D&E. $1 for admission and $3 for a rose at the door! Bring your date, your friends or come single!
Have an idea what a healthy relationship looks like? Or what an unhealthy one looks like? Add your ideas to the #ThatsLove + #ThatsNotLove walls February 13-17 in the Student Center by Periodic Table.
Digest Date Friday, February 10, 2017
Closures and Outages
Mines Park 2000 network upgrade all this week
Campus Announcements
We have a staffing change to announce.
Campus Events / Meetings
POWER Engineering Info Session on MON, 2/13 at 5:00PM in Brown Hall East Room 269
Solar Turbines Company Info Session on MON, 2/13 at 4:30PM in Berthoud Hall, Room 241
Caterpillar Company Info Session on MON, 2/13, at 6:00PM in Brown Hall East Room 125
Chevron Technology Division Info Session on MON, 2/13 at 4:00PM in Berthoud Hall, Rm 243
Company Info Session, MON 2/13, 12Noon in Berthoud Rm 108 Liz Wren Presenting!
CLICK to FIND OUT DETAILS: Freeport McMoran, Zion Eng, Kiewit Construction, Nucor Steel, Imerys, Coeur Mining and US Naval Engineering Program
If you're a new transfer student this semester or declared Computer Science with CASA late last semester-present, you're invited to our Welcome Event.
Boettcher Room (in the library)-As part of the on-going speakers series for the Energy Politics class, Ms. Wathke will talk about how Anadarko engages with the community on key energy issues.
If you're a new transfer student this semester of declared Mechanical Engineering with CASA late last semester-present, you're invited to our Welcome Event.
Need a professional-looking profile picture on your LinkedIn to impress the recruiters? Come get a professional head-shot for $10 (cash only) on 2nd floor of Rec Center on career day 2/14.
Come out to the Mines Solar Decathlon Meeting, Tuesday February 14th at 5pm in BB125! Guest speaker Justine M. Metz presenting on how to network/talk with employers to get jobs and internships!
Come join NSBE in the celebration of African/African-American culture in Ballroom A of the Student on the 24th. The event will feature African/African American food, jazz, step performance and more!
DENSO Manufacturing Info Session on MON, 2/13 at 6:00PM in Brown West Room 250
Stop by the Student Center from 10:00am-3:00pm on Valentine's Day to sign a pledge to love YOURSELF!
Academic Lectures / Courses
Fast Level-set Methods for Inversion of Potential Fields by Dr. Jianliang Qian, Michigan Center for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Michigan State University
Special Activities
Join MCCM for Mass on Campus this Sunday at 5pm in the Student Center Ball Rooms
MAC Galentine's Day Movie: Edge of Seventeen, TODAY from 6 to 8 PM in the Student Center Ballrooms! Giveaways, food, and fun!
MAC's Not So Newly Wed Game is Monday, February 13th from 4 to 6 PM in the Periodic Table! The winning team will get a night out in Denver including a nights stay on February 17th, paid for by MAC.
Come join Mines Catholic for some fun, games, and confessions in Kafadar, Friday, 2/10, 2:30-4:30pm
Athletics
The Orediggers' season-opening series will now feature a nine and seven-inning doubleheader this Friday, February 10 at 2 p.m., followed by a single nine-inning game on Saturday starting at noon.
Colorado School of Mines and the RMAC encourage you to refrain from texting and driving.
Tickets are now on sale! Don't miss out on this inexpensive and fun date night at the Denver West Chick-fil-A at Colorado Mills!
Cheer on your Oredigger Women at 1PM followed by the Men at 3PM for these special games in support of Team Impact, improving the quality of life for youth facing life-threatening & chronic illnesses
Cheer on your Orediggers for Youth in Sports Day...Free Blaster drawstring bags to the first 100 fans!
Digest Date Thursday, February 9, 2017
Campus Announcements
The Fulbright Scholar Program offers teaching, research or a combination of teaching/research awards in over 125 countries for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Stand with our International community and join the Muslim Student Association and Equality Through Awareness on the steps of Guggenheim this Thursday, February 9 at 5:45PM for a candlelight vigil.
The Controller’s Office and ORA have corrected the negative encumbrance recording error that was occurring in the Finance System on sponsored projects.
Abstract submission for Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium (April 6&7, 2017) is now open. Submissions will close on February 10th. Visit the GRADS website for more info and to submit!
Come out for another exciting lunch and learn provided by IEEE! Ben Williams will be joining us this week from NUCOR Steel.
I am happy to announce some organizational changes within the Office of Procurement Services and Business Operations.
Campus Events / Meetings
A lot of positive events and activities are happening during the month of February to celebrate ourselves. Don't miss out!
Have you ever thought about working in the car parts design and manufacturing industry? How about working on driver-less cars? Come to this info session with DENSO to find out more!
Discuss article "Rethinking Help: Questions for Practitioners."
Celebrate the start of the 2017 Relay for Life season this Thursday, February 9th from 6-9pm in BE 243. Enjoy a photo booth, games, and free food, and learn about how to participate in Relay for Life!
IEEE is hosting their semi-annual Evening with Executives the night of career fair!
On Feb. 24th, National Society of Blck Engineers is hosting a Culutral Celbration. There will be free African Food, Jazz, Step Team Performance, a raffle and more. It is a free event open to everyone!