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10.28/10.28L Chemical - Biological Engineering

Life After 10.28

Skills gained from Course 10.28/10.28L have helped students secure internships in companies and firms, in a variety of fields, UROP positions in various science and engineering departments. Furthermore, 10.28 graduates have contributed greatly as a Teaching Assistant for the same Course. Examples are listed below.

Summer Internships

Pharmaceutical industry
Pfizer, Merck, Schering-Plough, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Novartis, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eli Lilly

Biotechnology
BiogenIdec, Amgen, Genentech, Genencor, Sinocelltech (China)

Discovery, Research Institute and Biomedical
NIH, The Bioprocessing Research Institute (Singapore), Texas Cancer Institute, Medtronic, Institut Curie (France)

Process Industry (chemical, food and sustainable energy)
Entropics Systems, Nestle (France and Switzerland), Procter & Gamble, Clorox, Bayer (Germany), Shell, Air Liquide (France)

Consulting and Law
McKinsey, ZS Associates, CitiGroup, Darby & Darby (patent)

UROP and REU

Course 10.28 graduates have obtained positions in the School of Science (Departments of Biology and Chemistry), School of Engineering (Departments of Biological Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Material Science and Engineering), the Whitehead Institute, the Harvard Science and Technology Division, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, GeorgiaTech, and UPenn.

Teaching Assistants

Course 10.28 graduates have contributed as TA for the course in various capacities: in the laboratory, for the writing assignment, and for the Independent Projects.

 

 
Last Updated: April 30, 2007