SDSU'S WOMEN IN STEM EVENT
On behalf of the Colleges of Engineering and Sciences, the Office of Graduate and Research Affairs, and the Society of Women Engineers, you are cordially invited to SDSU's 2nd Women in STEM event on Oct 28th and 29th.
This two day event brings exceptional women scientists and engineers to SDSU for two days of programming with undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. The event also includes an engaging research seminar and reception for SDSU and the community.
Our esteemed guest this year is Dr. Leah Jamieson. Dr. Jamieson is the Ransburg Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, where she also served as Dean of the College of Engineering for 11 years. She was elected to the National Academy of Engineering for innovations in integrating engineering education and community service in 2005. In recognition for her achievements in engineering education, she was also elected as a member and fellow in the American Academy of Arts & Science and the American Society for Engineering Education.
The seminar and reception on Oct 28th, 5:30-7:30pm is open to all. Please RSVP at https://forms.gle/HGiZxgHeYqp9FNwQ7
For Undergraduate Students: Engineering undergrads are encouraged and welcome to present a short lightning talk on your research and ALL undergrads are invited to attend an informal all-student lunch. The lunch will be an open Q&A to share, listen and learn about careers in STEM, work life balance and topics of your choice at 11:30am on Tuesday, Oct 28th. RSVP https://forms.gle/c3fhMB7Xb939SK716