Biomedical engineering senior selected as a Gates Cambridge Scholar

Posted by on Feb 18, 2019 in Students |

Gabrielle Mills

Gabrielle Mills

Biomedical engineering senior Gabrielle Mills was selected as one of 34 Gates Cambridge Scholars named in the first round of awards in 2019. Gates Cambridge Scholars are outstanding, socially committed U.S. students who will continue postgraduate studies at the University of Cambridge in the U.K., fully funded by the scholarship.

The program emphasizes social leadership in its selection and aims to establish a network of future leaders committed to improving people’s lives.

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Volunteer at the EPICS High Showcase, April 13

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in Events, Incoming students, Outreach, Students | 0 comments

Please join the upcoming EPICS High Showcase as we celebrate the collective impact made by EPICS High teams across the valley. EPICS High is an engineering design service-learning program for high school and middle school students that incorporates the engineering and human-centered design processes in providing solutions to real-world problems facing communities.

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Join Waymo’s Tekedra Mawakana for Let’s Talk Self Driving: A Fireside Conversation, April 11

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in Events, Opportunities, Students | 0 comments

Interested in learning more about the future of transportation?

Attend a lively, engaging and informative fireside chat between Professor Andrew Maynard from the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and Tekedra Mawakana, chief engagement officer at Waymo, that covers the promise, challenges and opportunities of developing self-driving car technologies, and touches on technology drivers, Waymo’s history and vision, Waymo initiatives in and around Chandler and Tempe, social and policy-related challenges and what the future looks like.

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Evaluating your job offer — Joyce’s Career Tip of the Week

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in Career, Students | 0 comments

It’s getting to be the time of the semester when soon-to-be-graduates will be receiving job offers. Recipients are typically thrilled to see that their job search might actually be over. Yet, the serious document, which sometimes contains unfamiliar terminology, often causes anxiety. Students wonder what should they ask, say or do, before they sign and accept the offer.

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