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ENE Memo: September 10, 2012

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Calendar: 9/10

Fall 2012

  • Sept 11-12 - Industrial Roundtable
  • Sept 13 - ENE Research Seminar, ARMS BO71, 3:30pm
  • Sept 23-24 - Big Ten Grad School Expo
  • Sept 28 - Inaugural ENE First Year Friday (A celebration of FYE)
  • Sept 27-29 - Alumni Weekend
  • Sept  29 - Family Day (ENE Booth promoting FYE, MDE and IDES)
  • Oct 3-6 - FIE Seattle
  • Oct 12-14 - Homecoming Weekend (ENE Booth and i2i Learning Lab Tours)
  • Oct 24-25 - PhD Open House
  • Nov 1 - 2nd Annual ENE Interdisciplinary Colloquium - "Where did I leave my chariot?"
  • Nov 2 - Engineering Education Industrial Advisory Council (E2IAC) - Theme: Research

Spring 2013

  • Feb 20 - Engineering Education Outstanding Alumni Awards 
  • Feb 18-22 - National Engineers Week
  • April 8-9 - Engineering Education Industrial Advisory Council (E2IAC) - Theme: ENE's Second Decade

Kudos: 9/10 Brent Jesiek on being awarded a prestigious NSF CAREER grant entitled "Becoming Boundary Spanners: Investigating, Enhancing, and Assessing the Experiences of Early Career Engineers."  Please congratulate Brent.

News and Information: 9/10

Ask Amy: Personal Library Support

Researchers in ENE have access to one-on-one advice on all aspects of information access from our resident support librarian, Amy Van Epps. She holds office hours every Wednesday from 10:30am to 12:30pm in ARMS 1314. Drop by and Ask Amy your questions about informational resources that might help you with your research work.


Voter Registration Information

ENE has a transient population of students and other researchers. In order to vote in the upcoming election in Indiana, if you consider your permanent address to be here in Indiana, you must register by October 9th. You can register online or check to be sure you are correctly registered at the state registration portal.

Once you are registered, you will need to show a government-issued (state or federal) photo ID at your polling place in order to vote according to Indiana's Voter ID Law. Purdue IDs will not count. If you don't have a driver's license, passport, or military ID, you can get a free ID at the BMV, just be sure you have the required documents when you show up.

Alternatively check out what you need to do in order to vote if your permanent residence is outside Indiana.

To suggest content for future issues of ENE Memo, contact David Radcliffe or Lisa Tally by midday Friday for the following week's issue.