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Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Alternative Energy Technology, Electric-drive Vehicle Engineering Steven Salley

Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Alternative Energy Technology, Electric-drive Vehicle Engineering Steven Salley

will share his electric vehicle engineering expertise as he participates in the Electrifying the...
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College of Engineering - Resume Workshop
September 11 2015 at 3:30 PM
Engineering, College of
This workshop is hosted by WSU Career Services for the College of Engineering Students. This workshop will help you prepare your resume for the October 1, 2015 Engineering Career Fair.
Brightwing/Theta Tau Resume Workshop for COE
September 14 2015 at 12:00 PM
Engineering, College of
This workshop is hosted by Theta Tau and Brightwing Engineering Recruitment Agency for the College of Engineering Students. This workshop will help you prepare your resume for the October 1, 2015 Engineering Career Fair.
Brightwing/Theta Tau Resume Workshop for COE
September 14 2015 at 12:00 PM
Engineering, College of
This workshop is hosted by Theta Tau and Brightwing Engineering Recruitment Agency for the College of Engineering Students. This workshop will help you prepare your resume for the October 1, 2015 Engineering Career Fair.
Where Can My PhD Take Me? BEST Program Orientation
September 15 2015 at 4:00 PM
School of Medicine
WSU Graduate Students and Postdocs interested in discovering where their PhD can take them should attend to learn about the BEST program, Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training [BEST]. Various speakers from the graduate school at the university will discuss the 2015 BEST Program Orientation.   WSU's BEST program helps doctoral students and Postdocs from all departments explore career opportunities beyond traditional academia, such as private sector jobs that require doctoral-level research skills, and research-oriented jobs in state and federal government.  Joining BEST is voluntary but could be highly beneficial to a graduate student career.  This introductory seminar will help you decide whether the program is right for you.  Read about the BEST grant in "Transforming Training to Reflect the Workforce." We will introduce the Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training [BEST] program, designed to assist students in exploring career opportunities outside of traditional academic domains. Details will be provided about BEST’s slate of activities for fall 2015 and spring 2016. Participants in the 2015 summer Phase III field experience programs will be on hand to answer questions.  PHASE 1 Dates and Modules - All located in Margherio Hall from 4-6 pm September 21, 2015 - Teaching Module September 22, 2015 - Communication Module September 23, 2015 - Law Module September 24, 2015 - Business Module September 25, 2015 - Government Module To attend the BEST orientation or any of the Phase 1 modules, please register at WayneGradCareers, wayne-csm.symplicity.com. If you have any questions contact BEST@wayne.edu.
Knowledge on Tap: The Dark Side of Fairy Tales
September 16 2015 at 5:30 PM
HopCat Detroit
Pull up a stool, grab a drink and learn something new. Contemporary media are abuzz with talk about the dark side of fairy tales that recent films and television programs have discovered. Despite shows such as Grimm and modern adaptations of classic tales like “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Sleeping Beauty,” the dark side of fairy tales is darker still. Reading little-known tales from the Brothers Grimm and oral tradition, Wayne State Professor Donald Haase will shed light on fairy tales depicting homicide, infanticide, suicide, cannibalism and child abuse. We will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at HopCat Detroit's Huma Room in Midtown Detroit. The presentation begins at 6 p.m. Haase is professor of German and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Wayne State University. He received his Ph.D. in comparative literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research on German, French, English, and American literature and film spans texts from the 18th century to the present. Knowledge on Tap consists of live — and lively — discussions with some of Detroit’s greatest minds. The events, held bimonthly at various Midtown restaurants and bars, feature an informal presentation by a distinguished Wayne State faculty member on a topic of their choice, followed by dynamic conversation. All Knowledge on Tap events are free, open to the public — all ages welcome — and require no educational background. HopCat is located at 4265 Woodward Avenue.
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