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ChemE Community News & Events

Week of June 4, 2012  
Student Office Announcements
Events and Seminars
Thesis Defense
Internships, Fellowships, and Job Opportunities
UROP Announcements
Special Programs and Other Announcements
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Student News Archive


The following announcements are as of June 1.

Class of 2012, Congratulations!
 
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Student Office Announcements
Congratulations, Class of 2012! [List of graduating students]
June 7: Doctoral Hooding Ceremony. [Details]
June 8: ChemE Commencement day reception for ChemE graduates and their families. [Details]
 Past event photos:
    ChemE undergraduate BBQ (May 17)
    ChemE award and fellowship winners (May 14)
    Senior class dinner (May 8)

Events and Seminars
June 6: The Simons Center for the Social Brain Colloquium Series at MIT. [Details]
June 8: Commencement day reception for chemical engineering graduates and their families. [Details]
See ChemE calendar for more listing of events and seminars >>

Thesis Defense
  TBA

Internships, Fellowships, and Job Opportunities
June 12: Application due for James S. McDonnell Foundation's Postdoctoral Fellowship. [Details]
June 17: Application due for U.S. Department of Energy Fellowship Program. [Details]
June 29: Application due for the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) [Details]
Sistine Solar: Exciting summer internship opportunity [Details]
Loomis, Sayles & Company, L.P.: Summer internship on quantitative investment strategies. [Details]
More postings for full-time jobs, post-doctorial research, and other fellowship opportunities >>

Special Programs and Other Announcements
June 7 - 8: KP Technology (Cambridge, MA) Open Days. [Details]
June 30: Paper due for AICHE Environmental Division's Undergraduate Student Paper Award. [Details]
July 1: Application due to attend the The 6th annual BEST Symposium (October 1-3, 2012) [Details]
Renewable Energy Program in Costa Rica. [Details]
Study on Women Doctoral Students in Engineering. Interested to participate? [Details]
Fall course: "Molecular, Cellular and Tissue Biomechanics" recently revamped course.

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