Hey everyone! And by everyone, I mean majors in MAE, CEE, EMSE, and APSC, but hey to all of my engineers. Anyway, I will be out of the office all of next week and will return to the office Monday, April 21st. Upon my return, I will respond to your e-mails and voice messages at my earliest convenience.
Do you have general questions? Try asking our well-trained front desk staff. They are a great place to start. Trust me, you’re in good hands. If the question is too specific or complicated for them, then they will refer you to me. Also, when in doubt, Hetal will be around for general questions.
Enjoy the wonderful spring weather, and I will see you when I return to the office!
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At Square, we’ve built a culture that encourages collaboration, diversity, and entrepreneurship. With only 18% of computing jobs in the U.S. held by women, we knew we had to do something to close the gender gap. That “something” became our college Code Camp contest, a four-day immersion program developed to inspire, educate, and empower the next generation of women in technology.
Wednesday, September 25 at 10:30 a.m. with Joanne Espinoza, SAIC Recruiter in Dean’s Conference Room (Tompkins 107). Following that meeting, SAIC will have a recruiting table, with a GW alum, in the SEAS building at 12:30 p.m.
Meet Dor Hirsh Bar Gai! He majors in Systems Engineering as well as Philosophy, and he was featured on sustainability.gwu.edu for choosing to minor in Sustainability.
Also, let me introduce you to Connor Slye, who is also featured on the Sustainability website, and his major is in Civil Engineering.
At the moment, Dor and Connor are the only SEAS students representing on the website, but with the growing interest in the minor especially among Civil Engineering students, we hope to see more SEAS faces popping up very, very soon.
Are you interested in a minor in Sustainability? Check out sustainability.gwu.edu or schedule an appointment with your professional advisors Myles and Hetal. Oh yeah, way to represent SEAS, Connor and Dor!