The UW-Madison Chemistry Department will again be running its preview program to give students (mostly minority/disadvantaged) an opportunity to visit Madison and the Department in September 2014, before applications for grad school are due. We hope to attract 20-25 college seniors to the CHOPs (CHemistry OPportunities) program, which will be held September 11-13 in Madison. More information and a link to the application is available at chops.chem.wisc.edu.
We would like to introduce UW-Madison Chemistry to students who may not consider Madison as a first choice for graduate work. We would be very grateful if you could forward this email to your rising seniors who may be considering starting graduate work in Chemistry in Fall 2015.
The success of our first several programs has persuaded us that this will be an annual event, so if you keep track of Preview programs, we would appreciate you adding UW-Madison Chemistry to your list.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Friday, April 4, 2014
GEORGIA TECH STUDENT STARTS TUTORING COMPANY AND IS LOOKING FOR TUTORS
Dr. Kathleen Hern, a Tech alumna, has founded a tutoring company called STEM Tutors. She is currently looking to hire tutors to work with her.
KNOWLES TEACHING FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
Applications for the 2015 Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships are now available. The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) provides beginning high school Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) teachers with five-year fellowships designed to help them become master teacher and leaders. These â€œbackboneâ€ teachers reach thousands of students each year, take on leadership roles improving math and science education from the classroom and strengthen the teaching profession.
Application period for 2015 teaching fellowships: April 14 – October 29, 2014
www.kstf.org/fellowships ** 2015 applications not available until April 14
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Monday, March 24, 2014
Seminar: Intro to Avery Technology and a Discussion on Making the Transition from School to Industry - 3-27-2014
SPE Invited Industrial Seminar Announcement
Intro to Avery Technology and a Discussion on Making the Transition from School to Industry
This presentation will provide an introduction to the R&D structure and technology platforms of Avery Dennison. Avery is a $6 billion revenue, Fortune 500 company which makes a variety of pressure sensitive products for labeling and adhesive solutions. Part of the presentation will also focus on making the transition from school to industrial R&D. Also to be discussed is Avery’s Technology Leadership Development program (TLDP), a technology rotational program currently seeking PhD and Masters candidates for employment.
Henry Milliman is a research scientist at Avery Dennison in the Performance Tapes Division based in Cleveland, Ohio. He received his B.S. in Chemistry from SUNY Fredonia in 2007 and his Ph.D. in Macromolecular Science and Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 2012 where he worked with Prof. Dave Schiraldi.
11:00 am to noon, March 27th (Thursday) 2014
RM#4404, MRDC-1 Building
Free food will be provided.