College of Engineering
Engineering Career Fair 2021 | March 3rd from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. | Virtual
This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Career Development and the Engineering Joint Council. The Engineering Fair is open to ALL students, ALL majors -- freshmen to alumni. Co-op, internship, and full-time job opportunities will be available.
Register and review more information on the Center for Career Development website here.
Diversity & Inclusion Seminar Series TODAY – Thursday, Feb. 25 @ 11 a.m.
The Computer Science Diversity Committee is hosting their second speaker, Jill Moffitt Software Engineer Senior Manager at SAIC, for their Diversity & Inclusion Seminar Series.
Moffitt’s virtual talk on technical resume and interview skills will be on February 25, at 11 a.m. and you can register in advance here.
Undergraduate STEM Research Seminar: Aaron Kindred (Physics) and Richard Mitchell (Computer Science)
The Undergraduate STEM Research Seminar this week features talks from Physics Major Aaron Kindred and Computer Science Major Richard Mitchell. Aaron is simulating a novel neutron detector called NEXT: Neutron dEtector with Xn Tracking. Richard's talk, Integral method for fitting nuclear decay chains, will present a new technique for determining radioactive half-lives from complex, low-statistics data sets. The seminar will be this Friday, February 26th at 4pm. It is geared for undergraduates from any STEM major, but graduate students and faculty are also encouraged to attend! Contact Dr. Holley (email@example.com) for connection information to the Zoom session. Visit the seminar webpage for more information and the current schedule for upcoming talks.
Website link: https://sites.tntech.edu/aholley/
How to win Eagle Works – Business Model Canvas and the Judging Rubric (new date!)
Join us Wednesday, March 3 @ 5 p.m. in Volpe Library 112 for FREE SHIRTS and one of the most important workshops for Eagle Works!
Jeff Brown from The Biz Foundry will be leading this session on how to make your idea come to life. Business Model Canvas is a great tool for you to learn if your idea or product is viable, how to identify your customers, find any issues, and give yourself and your team the best chance for success!
The Eagle Works judging rubric is based off Business Model Canvas, so if you’re thinking about competing, this workshop is essential!
Tech’s SME Student Chapter presents How to maximize Your Early Career Success by Nick Russell
11 a.m. to noon (Central Time) | March 25, 2021 Zoom link: https://tntech.zoom.us/j/81813299169
Nick Russell is a project engineer at Dynetics working on the NASA Human Landing System crew module and lunar dust mitigation teams. Nick has previous work experience in the energy, financial and manufacturing sectors working in roles such as quality engineer, design engineer and engineering consultant. Nick has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Tennessee Tech and a master’s in engineering and technology management from Stanford University.
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