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eBlast for Feb 24, 2021

  • Center for Career Development

    The LAST Co-op Meetup of the semester is Thursday, Feb. 24, at 11 a.m. in Clement Hall, Room 212

    Are you interested in Co-op? Need to find out how YOU can be Co-op eligible? Be sure you attend the LAST Co-op Meetup of the semester on Thursday, Feb. 24, in Clement Hall 212 at 11 a.m.

    Any student interested in accepting a Cooperative Education position with an employer or a long-term internship MUST attend a Co-op Meetup.

    The Co-op Meetup will explain the eligibility guidelines for enrolling in the Cooperative Education Program, which went into effect July 1, 2019 for ALL students.  Pre-registration to enroll in the Co-op Program is now required and attending a Co-op Meetup is your first step!  The new eligibility guidelines can be found here.

    Bring your Eagle Card for quick sign-in. Read more here.

    Do you have a need for professional dress attire for the upcoming Annual Spring Engineering Fair on March 8? 

    Visit with the Scarlett and Murphy’s Business Professional Closet located on the 4th floor of Johnson Hall.  The Business Professional Closet serves students by providing clothing for presentations, interviews, and other professional business events. This resource is FREE! Appointments should be made 2 weeks prior to your need, so schedule your appointment today!

    Careers n’ Coffee featuring Metro Nashville PD is Monday, Feb. 28

    Take a break and enjoy a FREE cup of coffee while speaking with recruiters from Metropolitan Nashville Police Department on Monday, Feb. 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Roaden University Center Swoops Food Court (ground floor).

    The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department is looking for the next group of officers to join their team! They would like to speak to individuals who possess integrity, empathy, good communication skills, critical thinkers, and problem-solving capabilities. They will train you to do the rest with success!

    DO NOT miss this opportunity to network with recruiters as they share information about available positions within their company! Get a step ahead and APPLY NOW in Handshake before speaking to recruiters!

    Read more here.

    Center for Career Development Calendar of Events & Workshops | 931-372-3232

  • Collegewide

    Kandy Thevar International Engineering Student Endowed Award - APPLY NOW!

    Any College of Engineering graduate, international student who meets the criteria outlined below will be eligible for this scholarship.

    Must be a current graduate student in good standing, having completed a minimum of nine (9) credit hours of graduate coursework, in accordance with current institutional policies.

    The candidate should be in possession of a valid student visa for the duration of the scholarship.

    Secondary preference should be given to students from Annamalai University, India, from which Dr. Deivanayagam graduated in 1963.

    The minimum annual scholarship award will be $1,500. An individual can receive this award one time only; this scholarship is not renewable.

    Application deadline: March 4, 2022

    Click here for more information and to apply.

  • Graduation Requirement: Senior Exit Exam

    Graduation Requirements

    If you intend on graduating this May you need to complete your graduation requirement the Senior Exit Exam. This is a one time 45 minute critical thinking exam.

    Online registration through the Testing Learning Center is open now! Testing will begin on February 21st and close on March 3rd, dates fil up quickly so register now!

    For detailed instructions on how to register please email 

  • Student Groups

    TODAY – Feb. 24

    Cyber Eagles

    11 a.m. | Prescott 215

    The Cyber Eagles are calling in their favorite CIG leads to give us some lighting how-to's. Come and hear from Defense as they teach us about SNORT and Offense as they give us the rundown on WIRESHARK. Make sure to come ready to gain new skills and with the software already downloaded.

    TODAY – Feb. 24

    Data Science League

    11 a.m. | Bruner 327

    Join the Data Science League on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 11 a.m. to hear about Dr. Bill Eberle's Undergraduate Research Team attempting to use data mining and machine learning to learn which water pumps in Tanzania are functioning and which need to be replaced, so citizens have access to fresh and clean water. Pizza will be provided! Can’t be there in person? Join via Teams here.

    Discord Link:

    TODAY – Feb. 24

    Society of Hispanic and Professional Engineers (SHPE)

    11 a. m to noon | RUC lobby

    Come join SHPE in the RUC lobby this Thursday 2/24/22 for a delicious snack! This snack can be enjoyed with lime and spice or just plain! Mexican drinks will be available. We hope to see you there!

    TODAY – Feb. 24

    ACM AND ACM-W PRESENT: Quantum Workshop

    6 – 8 p.m. | Bruner 228

    This workshop will discuss quantum networks and provide hands-on experience on a quantum network simulator, the SeQUeNCe simulator. Recent advances in quantum information science enabled the development of quantum communication network prototypes and created an opportunity to study full-stack quantum network architectures. SeQUeNCe is an open-source quantum network simulator based on discrete event simulation (DES). SeQUeNCe is suitable for simulation of quantum network prototypes that capture the breadth of current and future hardware technologies and protocols.

    Bio: Mohamed Shaban is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department, Tennessee Tech. University. He obtained his BSc. degree in Computer Science and MSc. In Quantum Computing, both from Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Egypt. He used to be a member of Alexandria Quantum Computing Group (AleQCG).

    Thursday – March 3

    Data Science League and Ratio Christi

    7 p.m. | Bruner 119

    Movies about AI entertain us, even as AI is used in their production. From sci-fi thrillers to everyday life, AI is always there in the background - from Google search to Siri and Amazon Echo to medical diagnostics and e-commerce. And then, there are drones and self-driving cars, and the metaverse.  In this talk, Jason Thacker will help us understand how digital technology shapes everything about our lives, including how we view God, ourselves, and the world around us.

    Join DSL and Ratio Christi in a collaboration event on March 3rd at 7 pm in Bruner 119. Refreshments will be included!


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