Archive | January 2014

BMES UPDATE!

USA SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR – STEM EVENT

When: April 26th-27th 2014
Where: Walter E. Convention Center, Washington D.C.
Registration: by February 14th
Free of Charge

BMES will be exhibiting at the 3rd Annual Science and Engineering Fair and needs volunteers for the event. Volunteers will have a chance to inspire people to pursue science and engineering and inform the public (especially high school students) about BME career options and STEM careers. The Expo will be held for 2 days from April 26-27th 2014 at the Walter E. Convention Center. Volunteers will be performing the following activities:

  • assisting with hands-on display
  • getting interested high school students and the public excited about biomedical engineering
  • telling the public about your undergraduate experience as a biomedical engineering major

Volunteers will be provided with:

  • Festival Registration
  • Paid Lunch
  • 2 volunteers per 4 hr shift

You will have the opportunity to discuss your career choice, why you chose it, and nature of your biomedical engineering training.

IF INTERESTED CONTACT RICHARD SMITH by February 15th 2014. 

The Science and Engineering Festival is the largest DC STEM event in the United States! The event is free of charge and will have over 750 different leading organizations representing engineering and science topics. Here is the link for the 2012 festival highlights:

http://www.usasciencefestival.org/media/jce/mediaplayer/mediaplayer.swf

More information about the event can be found in the link below:

http://www.usasciencefestival.org/2014-festival.html

Academic Success Series

Try attending one or more of these workshops, which are open to all GW students (that means SEAS, too!)Academic Success SP14

How Do I Become A Leader in Sustainability?

A panel featuring distinguished alumni in the field.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014
6:30 – 8:30pm
Alumni House
1918 F Street, NW

Is sustainability important in the search for your career path? This panel of distinguished alumni leaders in the areas of green business, energy, and sustainability will discuss their roles and answer your questions about the opportunities to work in this field. A reception will follow the panel where students and alumni, who work with sustainability efforts, can connect and network. This event is open to students and alumni. Please register your attendance in advance; space is limited.

Panelists include:

Miranda Ballentine, GWSB MBA ’04, Director of Sustainability for Wal-Mart

Josh Lasky, CCAS BA ’07 & TSPPPA MPA ’09, Community Green Lead in the Center for Green Schools at the US Green Building Council

John Lushetsky, GWSB MBA ’94, Executive Director, Energy Initiatives Task Force for the Department of the Army.

Registration is here, http://connect.gwu.edu/site/Calendar/1184072126?view=Detail&id=102069.

More Career Fairs!!!

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!!! GW, Dartmouth, Brandeis, NYU, Tufts, and Washington Univ. in St.Louis will host a Biotech, Health, & Life Sciences Virtual Career Fair on March 26.

More info to follow! Save the date!

R.E.A.L. Talk, R.E.A.L. Conversation about Advising

Your own SEAS professional advisor Myles Robinson will serve as one of the panelists. All are welcome to discuss!

Advising FINAL

NSBE Fundraiser

 

Our Campus Fresh fundraiser has officially started and it will go until closing at 10 PM. The semester is still young and they accept G-World so tell your friends, tell your classmates and lets raise some money!!
 
**Don’t forget that we won’t get any of the money unless they mention NSBE, so once you place your order do it like Destiny’s child and say our name!