Every year, O4U hosts a weekend-long professional development conference for high achieving, high potential LGBTQ+ undergraduate students who are studying engineering or interested in going into engineering. Despite the unprecedented change and immense uncertainty due to COVID-19, O4U remains committed to its mission while recognizing the safety and well-being of each and every student remains of utmost importance. As such, O4U has made the difficult decision to host all of our 2020 conferences virtually.
Biodesign Europe is looking for experienced graduate student and postdoctoral researchers via Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Global Fellowships.
Learn more about this opportunity and attend a webinar promoting the MSCA Fellowship scheme to potential U.S. applicants. The event will be led by Geraldine Canny of the Irish Office for MSCA.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Global Fellowships webinar
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
4:30–5:30 p.m. BST (8:30–9:30 a.m. MST)
Register to attend
In order to secure funding, applicants will develop a proposal with senior academic research leaders in Dublin City University and Arizona State University DCU for the Wednesday, September 9, 2020, deadline.
Recent tragedies have brought increased awareness to issues of systemic racism in our nation today. But racism is not new — which calls for greater understanding of history and identifying approaches to tackle racism.
The ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion invites you to join us for the first of a series of important dialogues on systemic racism. Through a moderated panel discussion, we will highlight the history of racism in America, what it looks like today, the role of anti-racism, and what we can do as members of the ASU community to tackle systemic racism.
Racism is Not New: Tackling Systemic Racism in 2020
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Registration is required to attend this Zoom event
This event is open to all current ASU faculty, staff and students.
- Bryan Brayboy, President’s Professor and Director, Center for Indian Education
- Stanlie James, Vice Provost, Inclusion and Community Engagement
- Mako Ward, Clinical Assistant Professor and Faculty Head, African and African American Studies, School of Social Transformation
- Cassandra Aska, Deputy Vice President and Dean of Students University Chair of Committee for Campus Inclusion
Don’t miss the Wednesday, July 15, 2020, “Advice from a Technical Manager” featuring Chandler Elliott of Texas Instruments who will be providing advice on getting hired for the job you want and answering your questions on this topic.
Chandler is an experienced University Recruiting Manager on TI’s Talent Acquisition team. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, where she studied Communication Studies and Business. In her role, Chandler focuses on building strong relationships with universities across the country, and hiring talented engineers for the needs of TI’s business. Chandler is passionate about student success, building capability, and stays committed to “pulling back the curtain” of the often intimidating recruiting process for many students.
Advice from a Technical Manager: Texas Instruments
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
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Don’t miss the Wednesday, July 8, 2020, “Advice from a Technical Manager” featuring Tom McCarthy of Raytheon Technologies who will be providing advice on getting hired for the job you want and answering your questions on this topic.
Tom McCarthy is currently the Engineering Director for Common Digital Products, at Raytheon Missiles and Defense (RMD), which includes Model-Based Engineering, Embedded SW, and Performance Simulation frameworks. He has worked in various leadership roles at Missile Systems for 19 years serving as the director of the Modeling, Simulation and Analysis Center (MSA) before his current role.
Prior to assuming that, he has served as deputy center manager for Advanced Systems Development Center and MSA; department manager within MSA; and lead engineer for an international consortium in pursuit of NATO Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) architecture development. In addition, he has served as simulation lead on multiple efforts. Tom was also one of the original co-founders of the current Raytheon standard for Integrated Flight Simulations.
He holds Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
Advice from a Technical Manager: Raytheon
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Register on Handshake, attend on Zoom