The speaker for the EEE Research Seminar on Tuesday, October 3, is Dr. Heather Liddell, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Environmental & Ecological Engineering at Purdue University.
Job Corner with Ms. Whelton
Civil Engineering Career Fair (Oct 12th in person) will be held at the CoRec. The CE Career Fair already has their information sessions penciled in the night of October 11th in Hampton Hall. Information will be updated here
for the fair. This fair will mainly feature consulting firms and there will be many EEE alums present. The companies attending the fair are all listed in the CareerFair Plus app if you want to start research who you would like to see during the fair. This fair will be a max capacity, so it is an excellent opportunity to look for full-time, co-op and internship opportunities.
The Ag Fair is also on October 3rd at the CoRec from 9:30am-3:30pm. See who is attending here
I know your time is limited, so I always recommend attending the IR and the Civil Career Fair in the fall. There may be more opportunities with agricultural companies and on the ecological side of things. The Peace Corps will be at the fair and Cargill has reached out to me that they have full-time EHS opportunities. Cargill will also be at the Ag Fair. Go to the Ag Fair if you have time or you have a specific interest in working for ag companies.
The CCO has resources that can help you in the job search. They can review your resume, give a mock interview, and offer workshops to aid you in the process of looking for employment. They also have information sessions listed that are scheduled through CCO. Check here for all CCO related events on campus: https://www.cco.purdue.edu/Calendar
I see that DC Energy is having a virtual info session on 9/21 at 10am, Toyota Day is on 9/18, go to the Indian Statehouse Internship reception on 9/25 at 5:30pm to learn more about internships within the Indiana political parties, and the Renewable Energy Systems Americas info session on 9/28 at 5:30pm. Keep checking the CCO calendar for these and other events as it is continually updated.
Did you know you can even practice your interview skills at the CCO? You can schedule a mock interview through them. This is a great way to practice your sales pitch! You can schedule a mock interview Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm here under “Undergraduates-Peer Mock Interview: https://www.cco.purdue.edu/Students/WhatWeOffer
. You can also do an interview via Big Interview virtually here.
Office Hours for Graduate Students
Michelle Indarjit, EEE Graduate Administrative Assistant, will hold office hours in POTR 364C for any questions EEE graduate students have on Wednesdays from 9:30-10:30AM, Thursdays from 1:30-2:30PM, and by appointment. Please email Michelle
if you need to schedule a meeting with her.
Inclusive & Open-Minded Pedagogy Discussion
A discussion on Inclusive & Open-Minded Pedagogy will be held from 1:00-2:00PM in POTR 234 on Wednesday, October 4. EEE Graduate Students or Post-Docs interested in a faculty career are welcome to attend!
Holds on myPurdue
Holds were recently placed for students for various reasons. Holds will also be placed for those who have not completed the Respect Boundaries module on Brightspace. Please complete the module by Monday, October 9.
Please check your myPurdue account to see if you have holds and to lift holds. As a reminder, holds can prevent students from registering for courses.
Data Mine at Purdue
Current graduate students are eligible to apply for Spring 2024 and Fall 2024-Spring 2025.
More information about applying can be found here
Professional Headshot: Self-Service Portrait Booth
Visit the self-service portrait booth in the Boilermaker Station Welcome Center in Stewart Center, Room 102. The booth is available without an appointment Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Three photos are taken and emailed to you. You can then edit them once received, if desired. Learn more at https://www.purdueforlife.org/boilermaker-station-welcome-center/photo-booth/
Once you receive your photos, please email Jess Mehr your photo of choice, so it may be placed on the EEE website. When emailing Jess, please include your name in the subject line.
PLaCE Short Courses - Fall 2023 Session 2
PLaCE courses are short courses geared towards international students and focused on improving communication and English language skills. Classes are non-credit bearing and free to enrolled international students. Enrollment is limited to one class for the first week of registration. If space is available beginning October 5, you may register for a second class. Session 2 classes begin October 16.