On Monday, April 17, The Engineering Showcase at Stanford University will take place. This year’s event is co-hosted by the local chapters of Tau Beta Pi and IEEE at Stanford.
According to the event web page, “(showcase) aims to provide a common platform for engineering undergraduates from all fields to come together and engage in conversation. A brand-new aspect of this initiative is an interactive networking opportunity with startups and industry leaders around Silicon Valley, who will be displaying and demoing their products side by side with student presenters.” RSVP for the showcase here. Visit the California Gamma Chapter’s website for more details.
Emily A. Degner, AR A 2017, has been named to the 2017 Class of Razorback Classics at the University of Arkansas. The award is the pinnacle of the Arkansas Alumni Association program that started in the fall with hundreds of nominations. This award looks at the entire student experience.
Degner is a chemical engineering major, AR Alpha Chapter recording secretary, and TBP Scholar (2016). She is now eligible to be named one of the top two seniors on campus. Click here to read the article for more information.
The Chronicle of Higher Education posted a job listing for a Director of Manufacturing Innovation at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts. This position has been created to support research and workforce development initiatives that result from membership in eight of the 14 Manufacturing USA Innovation Institutes.
Position requirements include a graduate degree in STEM and at least five years of related industry experience in scientific or engineering areas. Apply through the job posting.