USPTO Student Ambassador Office Hours
If you are applying to a summer internship or full time position for the Detroit-area USPTO or any federal position, come and get support from Nicholas Kolderman. He is a former USPTO intern, and a graduate from Law School. We are lucky enough to have him here in the College of Engineering as he is in the Masters of Biomedical Engineering program. Go Warriors.
Warriors helping Warriors. It is a beautiful thing.
The Office of the Vice President for Research is pleased to host the next Water@Wayne Seminar on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. at Wayne State University's Welcome Center Auditorium. The guest presenter will be Tammy Newcomb, Senior Water Policy Advisor for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. She will present,"Michigan’s New Invasive Species Initiative." A reception will immediately follow in the Welcome Center Lobby. The seminar is free; registration is requested.
Abstract: The Michigan Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development, Environmental Quality, and Natural Resources are working together to provide a holistic and coordinated approach to invasive species management in Michigan. The Michigan Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan was recently revised and a new Michigan Terrestrial Invasive Species Management Plan is under development. The recently dedicated five million dollar General Fund investment in the prevention, detection, eradication, and management of invasive species provides for a tremendous opportunity by the State in collaboration with its partners to make serious strides in managing invasive species. The Michigan Invasive Species Grants Program, the state agency processes, and the framework for this initiative will be discussed.
Bio: Dr. Newcomb grew up exploring the woods and waters in Spring Arbor, Michigan. She has a Master's degree from West Virginia University and a B.S. and Ph.D. from Michigan State University in Fisheries Science. In her current role, she is the Senior Water Policy Advisor for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources where she serves as the Department lead on Asian carp and as co-chair for the Council of Great Lakes Governor's Aquatic Invasive Species Task Force. Prior to her 12 years with the State of Michigan, she was an Assistant Professor at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Dr. Newcomb and her husband have a 5 year old daughter and live on a hobby farm in Webberville.
Symposium cost is $75 for regular members and $50 for student and post-doc members:
Those who have not paid their 2014-15 membership dues are expected to do so upon registration for the symposium. Dues are $25 for regular members and $10 for students and post-docs.
Reservations Must be made prior to 5:00 PM, Friday, April 24, 2015 for guaranteed meals.
Join Dean Farshad Fotouhi and Wayne State College of Engineering student leaders for a virtual open house for accepted graduate students. This webinar will introduce you to our exceptional programs and provide you with information on everything from resources for students to financial aid and registration. You won't want to miss this great opportunity to get to know our college and representatives up close and personal.
Register for the online open house graduate webinar today, and enter our virtual open house classroom on Wednesday, May 6.
You can register for classes now as well. Questions? Contact our advisors or the Graduate School any time.
We look forward to meeting you (virtually)!
On behalf of the Wayne State University College of Engineering, you are invited to attend the inaugural Student Design and Innovation Day on Friday, May 8, from 1 to 5 p.m.
This event will showcase the work of talented students, from senior capstone projects to research team endeavors with industry and community relevance. These projects combine technical engineering excellence and creative design, often with an interdisciplinary approach.
The College of Engineering ranks in the top 30 percent of all engineering programs in the nation in research expenditures, according to the National Science Foundation. We place a strong emphasis on student — particularly undergraduate — research. Supervised by top-tier faculty members, our student capstone and research teams produce high-quality outcomes. Some of these projects were directed and sponsored by partner companies, resulting in advancements to technologies, processes and methods.
For the first time in the college’s history, we want to open our doors to give industry and the community an opportunity to view the diverse range and capabilities of our student research teams. Many projects from each of our eight departments will be on display here at our college in Midtown Detroit. More details and project titles will soon be available on our Student Design and Innovation Day website.