The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program provides students with an opportunity to gain and develop research skills with the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy for 10 weeks over the summer. For 20 years, this program has increased awareness of DOE research opportunities to students pursuing STEM degrees (science, technology, engineering and math). The goal of the program is to improve opportunities for women and minority students in these fields, however all eligible candidates are encouraged to apply. Stipends start at $600 per week and eligible Fellows will receive an additional travel and housing allowance. For more information, visit http://orise.orau.gov/mlef/.
- Be at least 18 years of age at time of application;
- Be a U.S. Citizen;
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
- Be currently enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university (sophomore year or higher) or had a Ph.D. conferred on or after January 2, 2014 in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) degree
Application closes Friday, January 2, 2015 – http://orise.orau.gov/mlef/ to get started NOW!
Residence Life in the Department of Housing is preparing for our annual Student Staff Selection process. During the next several months, we will be recruiting, interviewing, and selecting more than 100 students to join our current and returning staff as Resident Advisors and Peer Leaders.
This year’s theme is a super hero theme because the staff are the leaders who help residents be great!
All Applicants are required to attend one (1) Information Session:
One-hour long; by area in Fall, general sessions in Spring; attending one session is required
o Tuesday, November 4, 5:30p, 10th & Home Activity Room (Grad & Family)
o Thursday, November 6, 6p in Brittain Rec (Freshman Exp East)
o Wednesday, January 7, 2015, 6pm in the Student Center Theatre (General)
o Thursday, January 8, 2015, 6p in the Student Center Theatre (General)
For more information, please visit: http://housing.gatech.edu/reslife/employment/Pages/default.aspx
Alternative Service Breaks has just released their applications for Spring Break participants. ASB is a student organization that puts together community service trips for the Georgia Tech student body. These trips provide students the opportunity to have fun and to challenge themselves all while making a positive impact on different communities across the country and abroad.
The destinations include Jacksonville, FL; Biloxi, MS; Memphis, TN; and Guatemala.
If you have a desire to spend your spring break giving back to a new community, learning about social issues, and making lifelong friendships; ASB is for you! Click the link below to find our application and email email@example.com if you have any questions!
Application Closes on Friday, November 14th
Initial $100 deposit due December 1st
Spring Break Trips and Cost
Jacksonville, Florida—Housing and Homelessness
Biloxi, Mississippi—Early Childhood Education
Memphis, Tennessee—Hunger and Homelessness
Guatemala—Fair Trade and Sustainability
Take a break the week of November 10-14 and take advantage of the series of performances put on by the School of Music! For FREE!
Tuesday (Nov. 11): 7:30 pm at the Ferst Theatre, GT Jazz
Wednesday (Nov. 12): at Couch, Night of Musicianship
Check out more here:
Wreck Camp is an extended orientation program focused on teaching new students about Tech traditions and getting them excited for Tech! It’s a great opportunity to give back to Tech and welcome our new students; develop your leadership skills; make connections with fabulous students, faculty, and staff; and eat s’mores! Really what more do you need than s’mores, but you can go to the website (www.wreckcamp.gatech.edu) to find out more about Wreck Camp!
Applications are available online and due on Friday, November 7 by 5 p.m.
Check out the video, too: http://youtu.be/1HXbk2QJ38w
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Wreck Camp’s advisor, Jordan Holliday at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
Monday, November 3rd, 5:15pm
Location: Tech Square Research Building (TSRB) in 175 Auditorium
Hosted by Drs. Beril Toktay, Colin Potts, and (possibly) Ellen Zegura, the topic will be Georgia Tech’s Quality Enhancement Program (QEP). The QEP is part of Georgia Tech’s 10 year reaffirmation of its accreditation and focuses on sustainability and community.
“The purpose of the QEP is to enhance the quality of student learning outcomes and the environment of learning. The QEP is directly related to the Institute’s strategic plan. It will have a detailed implementation plan and a budget for five to 10 years of support.”
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP here (http://goo.gl/forms/q7mNXUhj4v) by Friday, October 31st at NOON. This salon promises to be very interesting, very informative, and very important for the future of education at Georgia Tech. You won’t want to miss. Light snacks will be served.
About the Faculty
Dr. Toktay is a professor in the Scheller College of Business, faculty director of the Center for Business Strategy and Sustainability, an ADVANCE professor, and an associate editor for multiple publications.
Dr. Potts serves as the Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education and is the winner of the 2010 William “Gus” Baird Faculty Teaching Award and the 2012 Eichholz Faculty Teaching Award.
Dr. Zegura is a professor in the College of Computing and has previously served as the CoC’s Interim Dean and the Associate Dean. She has received four degrees from Washington University in St. Louis.
On November 6th from 10-11am in Klaus 1116E, Ambassador Reuben Brigety, the U.S. representative to the African Union, will be at Tech discussing Ebola and its effects on the African Union.
Ambassador Reuben Brigety (click here for flier)
When: October 31st, 4-5pm
Where: Bill Moore Student Success Center, room 292
The MIT Technology and Policy Program educates engineers and scientists in responsible leadership of technology development by implementing policies for the benefit of humanity. A two year research based masters with a curriculum in technology policymaking, leadership, law, political economy, and economics. Subjects constituting a technical/domain concentration are also required. Students are funded through research assistantships in labs or research centers. More information may be found at the TPP website: http://web.mit.edu/tpp.
RSVP ASAP to Peter Vascik at email@example.com
Autumnal Salon 3:
Thursday, October 16th, 3-4 pm
Host: Dr. Christine Valle
Topic: “Applying to Grad School – Is It Worth It?”
What: PS Talent Show
When: Thursday, November 13 @ 5:30pm
Where: LeCraw Auditorium, Scheller College of Business
This event is an informal opportunity to get together and showcase your wide variety of talents. All PSs are invited to come, whether performing or attending!
If you are interested in performing: Please send us an email with a brief description of your act. Group acts ARE allowed! Also let us know if you will need anything special – electrical power, microphone, etc.. We have the auditorium for a limited time, so please keep acts to 7 minutes or less, including setup. The due date for submissions is Monday, November 3, at noon.