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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
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

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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