Location: WAYNE STATE BABY!!!!
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Location: Cheesborough Auditorium
We are the Society of Global Engineers (SGE). SGE is a student-run organization dedicated to promoting study and work abroad among students of the College of Engineering. In our increasingly globalized economy, it is imperative that engineers—the designers, pilots, and entrepreneurs—of our generation know a bit about how the world works as a whole, and that is why we believe the international experience is a necessary element in the education of an engineer.
Now that you know that about us, I guess I might as well be completely honest. The free food will just be one of many highlights at SGE's first event of the year: "China". Part of the reason for why we're generously providing a meal to you, should you find yourself in the right place at the right time, is so that over dinner we can help enlighten you about the wonders that studying and working abroad have to offer you. We have lined up a series of students and professors who have either studied or worked in China to speak about their experiences and answer any questions about going abroad you might want to ask between bites of jalapeño chicken and stir-fried vegetables. You have to admit, that's a pretty morally sound ulterior motive for bribing you all with free dinner.
Location: Ross School K1310
Tauber Institute for Global Operations at the University of Michigan
Location: East Room - Pierpont Commons
Ethics in Engineering Presentation
"You Call That Science? Consistent Application of Engineering Ethics
from the Classroom to the Courtroom."
Keynote and Lunch
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Location: Boeing Auditorium, 1109 FXB
Are you interested in the future of human space flight?
Lockheed Martin is working on Project Orion, the next vehicle that will take humans back to the Moon and beyond.
Come hear Corey Brooker, a systems engineer on the project, talk about the progress being made and an overview of the mission.
Location: 1670 CSE
RSVP: Please RSVP to Rishabh Chadha (firstname.lastname@example.org) by September 22nd.
NOTE: (PLEASE SEND ALL RSVP's with subject line: 'Deloitte-MECC RSVP'. Emails w/o this email subject will automatically be routed to the Junk folder)
Executive Board Advisor
The Michigan Engineering Consulting Club
Location: 1504 GG Brown
Looking for a job/internship or a chance to hear from some greatly experienced and informative engineers in their field at Boeing?! Come to their information session: