Volunteering Opportunity for Engineering Students

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Dear CoEN Students,

The Student Outreach Clinic is a free clinic operated by University of Nevada School of Medicine students under the guidance of licensed physicians. The clinic stands to provide quality healthcare for the uninsured and under-insured population of Northern Nevada while giving students hands-on training.

If you’re an engineering student interested in medical school, please consider applying to volunteer at the SOC. If selected, you will have the chance to shadow medical students, gain experience in a clinical setting and make a difference in the lives of fellow community members. Admission is competitive, as only 10 volunteers are selected each semester. You are encouraged to complete your application with care and submit it on time. The application and additional details about the clinic can be found at studentoutreachclinic.org. Applications are due by September 3rd.
If you have any other questions about the clinic or about the application process, please feel free to contact me at hallietaylor@medicine.nevada.edu I look forward to hearing from you!

 

Hallie Taylor
Clinic Assistant, Student Outreach Clinic
University of Nevada School of Medicine
hallietaylor@medicine.nevada.edu
775-741-7566

Nuclear Power Fundamentals Course-Fall 2016

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MSE 465/665: Nuclear power fundamentals course is being offered this semester. It is scheduled to be taught on Tuesdays/Thursdays at 5:30 – 6:45PM.

IF you are curious to know about nuclear energy (did you know that 20% of US electric energy comes from nuclear and more plants are under construction or scheduled to be built) and interested in learning the significance it plays in climate, then this is a course for you.  The course will be taught by World Renowned professor Dr. Nick Tsoulfanidis, who wrote the book on this topic.

It counts as an elective for ME students and most others.

This course provides an introduction to radioactivity and nuclear power. Prerequisite is MATH 181.  Please note that the system erroneously has MSE 232 has a prerequisite and that PREREQ WILL BE WAIVED. Those students needing the waiver please contact Kathleen Coles in LMR 474 – she has presigned forms available.  Alternatively, you can show up tomorrow at the lecture and get the form signed.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Dev Chidambaram – dcc@unr.edu or Dr. Nick Tsoulfanidis at nucpower@sbcglobal.net.

College of Engineering Career Fair~JCSU Ballrooms~9/13~10am

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Zappos Coding Challenge~DMS 105~9/7~6PM *CORRECTED*

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Announcement of 2016-2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge

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EPA is announcing the fifth annual Campus RainWorks Challenge prize competition that asks student teams to design green infrastructure for their campus.  This year teams will incorporate climate resiliency and consider community engagement in their stormwater management designs.   EPA is calling for college and university students to form teams with a faculty advisor to participate in the competition.  EPA encourages teams to be multidisciplinary (comprised of planners, engineers, designers, scientists, and more).  Teams will be able to submit in either the master plan or demonstration project categories.

Registration for this year’s competition will be open from September 1-30, 2016.  Submissions for this year’s competition will be due December 16, 2016 and winners will be announced in Spring 2017.

EPA will offer faculty and student prizes. Faculty advisors will receive $3,000 for first-place teams and $2,000 for second-place teams. Student team members will receive $2,000 for first-place teams and $1,000 for second-place teams.

Please see (https://www.epa.gov/campusrainworks[epa.gov]) for more information.  Additional questions may be directed to Katelyn Amraen at RainWorks@epa.gov

Katelyn Amraen (Lynch), US EPA – Office of Water, Office of Wastewater Management

202-564-2740     amraen.katelyn@epa.gov

 

Mary Kay Wagner

Bureau of Water Quality Planning
Nevada Division of Environmental Protection
901 South Stewart Street, Suite 4001
Carson City, NV 89701
p: 775.687.9454 f: 775.687.9561
mkwagner@ndep.nv.gov
www.ndep.nv.gov[ndep.nv.gov]

RISE academy for undergraduate men of color

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Please encourage your undergraduate men of color to apply for this free program at Penn that prepares students for doctoral degrees in education, health, human services/social policy, criminal justice, and workforce development. More information is available online here:

http://www.risebmoc.org/grad-prep[risebmoc.org]

Preparing Undergraduate Men of Color for Doctoral Study in the RISE Fields

We invite Native American, Black, Latino, Asian American and Pacific Islander undergraduate men who are presently in their junior year to apply for participation in our Grad Prep Academy, a project that prepares scholars for doctoral study and research-related careers in the five RISE fields: education, health, human services and social policy, juvenile and criminal justice, and workforce development.

This program includes a four-day visit to the University of Pennsylvania. We will select 32 juniors (8 per racial/ethnic group) and cover all their travel expenses, lodging, and meals. During their visit to our campus in September 2016, the selected scholars will learn more about applying to and succeeding in graduate school; meet our faculty and hear about their research projects; interact with our graduate students and alumni; and tour Philadelphia.

We will also pay for Academy participants to take a four-week Kaplan course valued at $1,200 to prepare for the Graduate Record Exam (the GRE is required for admission to most graduate programs). Additionally, each Academy participant will be paired with a current male Ph.D. student of color who will offer mentoring throughout the graduate school application process, feedback on essays and other application materials, and advice on where to apply and ultimately enroll.

Academy participation in no way guarantees eventual admission to the University of Pennsylvania. If not at Penn, our larger aim is for all 32 scholars to enroll in highly selective graduate programs at top research universities in Fall 2017, immediately upon completion of their bachelor’s degrees.


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