Archive | May 2013

Research Opportunity!

Doctor Yuwei Zhang is looking for two students for this summer to help her with her research at the GWU Medical School.

Those with biomedical background and analytical minds are encouraged to send in their resumes.

She has one open position for a student to work on image processing and analyses for cells.

The other position is for coordinating an HIV project.

If you are interested in any of these positions please contact Doctor Yuwei Zhang introducing yourself and sending a copy of your resume (PDF). Her email is:



Mini-Baja Team



Team members, left to right: Jess Greulich (junior MAE), Jay Maybank (junior ECE), Stephen Preston (freshman MAE), Ryan Mossbarger (junior MAE), Mike Goldstein (junior MAE), Molly Mercer (sophomore MAE), Tyler Miller (freshman MAE), Laura Wise (sophomore MAE), David Dibachi (junior MAE, student leader), Prof. Murray Snyder (MAE, faculty adviser).  Not shown: Dan Kloepfer (freshman MAE).


SEAS students competed in the recent Society of Automotive Engineers Mini-Baja competition at Tennessee Technology University in Cookeville, Tennessee.  In this competition, the SEAS students designed and built an off-road vehicle that competed with similar vehicles from over 100 other universities.  This was the first SEAS participation in this event since 2008.  The SEAS team successfully passed the demanding technical and brake inspection and drove their vehicle over the difficult 2.4-mile off-road course as part of the endurance competition.  

AAMC Internship: K-12 Outreach

ImageLooking for a fun summer job?? Do you have a passion for science and math education, outreach programming and community engagement? Check out this opportunity to work on your skills: AAMC Intern Info