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Student News & Events

Week of June 15, 2009
Student Office
Events and Seminars
Thesis Defense
Internships, Fellowships, and Job Opportunities
UROP Opportunities
Special Programs and Other Announcements
Student News Archive

  The following announcements are as of June 12.
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ChemE Commencement Reception
June 5, 2009
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Note: This is the last ChemE Student News for the spring semester. We will resume posting news for the fall semester beginning Friday, September 4, 2009. Please remember to check the Career section of the site for job postings. Happy Summer!
Student Office
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Events and Seminars

Thesis Defense

Internships, Fellowships, and Job Opportunities
July 14: Application deadline - Trust–MIT Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Fellowships. [Details]
    September 25: Application deadline for faculty position at the Dept. of Chemical Engineering of the National Tsing-Hua University, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan. [Details]
    Seventh Sense Biosystems: Microfluidic Device Engineer wanted. [Details]
    Bristol-Myers Squibb: Full-time employment opportunity is available. [Details]
    Sandia National Laboratories: Post-doctoral fellowship is available. [Details]
    PureTech Ventures: Two full-time positions available. [Details]
Instrumentation Laboratory: Full-time job opportunities are available. [Details]
    FTI Consulting, Inc.: Energy Analyst Summer Internship and Energy Analyst Full-time position [Details]
MIT Legatum Center: Summer internships in Africa for MIT students. [Details]
Life Sciences Internship Challenge (MIT) [Details]
Summer research opportunities for undergraduate Chemical Engineering students. [see listing]
Please check more announcements for full-time, post-doctorial research and other fellowship opportunities.

Special Programs and Other Announcements
    The MIT Leaders for Manufacturing (LFM) program announces its new name: Leaders for Global Operations (LGO). [Details]
Short Programs – MIT Professional Education: Check courses taught by ChemE faculty. [Details]
    The Program in Science, Technology and Society (STS) is offering two new subjects this fall and four in the spring. [Details]

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