ACM Fundraiser~ 11/29 ~ 6-10 pm At Mellow Fellow

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ACM Fundraiser

November 29th from 6-10 pm

At Mellow Fellow – 300 East 2nd Street, Reno, NV 89501

Mention ACM to your server to support future club activities

All events are open to everyone!

Join ACM today by signing up for our mailing list at UNRACM.com

 

NWEA Open House ~ 11/28 5:30-7 pm ~ HREL 109/110 ~ FREE Pizza

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NWEA Open House

FREE Pizza and drinks provided

November 28th 5:30 to 7 pm in HREL 109/110

For more information contact Angel at alacroix@cityofsparks.us

SWE Salary negotiation ~ 11/14 from 5:30-7:30 pm MSS 242

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Society of Women Engineers

Salary Negotiation

November 14, 2018

5:30-7:30 pm MSS 242

Contact:

swe.unr@gmail.com

facebook.com/unrswe

follow us on instagram @unr.swe

Only 24 Spots RSVP Soon!

ANS Speaker~ 11/13 from 5-6 pm at AB 108

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Craig F. Smith

Research Professor of Physics

Ph.D. Nuclear Science and Engineering, UCLA, 1975

 Location: AB 108

Tuesday, Nov. 13th 5:00-6:00

Professor Smith is a nuclear scientist/engineer with research interests in nuclear energy, non-proliferation and counterterrorism technologies.  He is currently a Research Professor of Physics at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School having previously worked in the US Army, private industry, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His research focus includes small nuclear energy systems; non-proliferation; counterterrorism technology; energy studies; radiation detection; and information technology. He supports advanced nuclear reactor programs, is an expert on the Lead-cooled Fast Reactor (LFR), and serves as the US member of the LFR steering committee of the Generation IV International Forum (GIF). He is a Fellow of the American Nuclear Society and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr. Smith resides in Reno, NV.

 

ABSTRACT

The Lead-cooled Fast Reactor (LFR) is among the most promising Generation IV advanced reactor concepts and is receiving considerable attention internationally. In a previous symposium, Prof Smith discussed international activities related to the development of new LFR technology. In this presentation, he will discuss the characteristics, advantages and challenges of LFR technology, including an update on recent developments and reactor concepts.

Anyone interested in nuclear science and engineering is encouraged to attend this meeting to learn more about the current state of advanced reactor designs and concepts in the nuclear industry.

Pizza and drinks will be provided!

 

IEEE Resume Workshop – 11/9 from 1-2 pm in the IEEE Lounge

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IEEE Resume Workshop

Friday 11/9 from 1-2 pm in the IEEE Lounge

Bring your Printed resume

  • 1-on-1 Resume Review
  • General and job specific tips
  • Where to put your resume
  • When yo apply

Civil FE Review Sessions

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CEE FE Review Sessions

November 5th-9th 5-7pm in MSS 125

11/5- Geotech with Dr. Motamed
11/6- Environmental with Dr. Marchand
11/7- Structural with Dr. Moustafa
11/8- Water Resources with Dr. Dennett
11/9- Transportation with Dr. Xu

Free for ASCE members
$5 per session for nonmembers (pay at the door, payment can go towards membership for 2018-2019
school year)


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