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Social networking is now an everyday part of most of our lives. The question we face is how should we best use social media tools to complement our professional relationships, not undermine them?  This workshop shows students how to do this.

FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED!

 

November Recipient: Martha Mercado '16 - Civil and Environmental Engineering

Hello Students,

Please come learn all about MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Representatives will be onsite to network and answer any questions you may have.

When: Monday, November 18th 5-6PM

Where: Pappalardo Room 4-349

Food will be provided!!

Hope to see you!!

Please describe in 100 words or more what the TSR Lounge space means to you. Feel free to include how often you use the space and for what function, i.e., study, sleep, get a drink of water, etc. Be sure to share any "unique" stories about the lounge and its positive impact on your MIT experience.

Hello Students,

Please join us for TGIF w/Google, hosted @ Google Inc., there will be Free Food, Fantastic Raffle Prizes/Give-a-ways, a chance for you to visit the Google Location and hear from Google representatives.

When: Friday, November 1, 2013 4:00-6:00 PM

It is very important that you arrive on time for this event due to security clearance @ Google.

Momentum 2014 application is now open! 
 

This year students will Design Flying Robots with Increased Range, Endurance and Sensors. 
 

For more information and to apply, please visit: http://ome.mit.edu/programs-services/momentum-0

 

 

 

 

What is Momentum?

Momentum is a 6 unit IAP class that offers students an interdisciplinary perspective on solving some of the world's biggest challenges.

Detials about the theme for Momentum 2018 will be forthcoming.

OME Ambassador Job Description

 

The Office of Minority Education is seeking an OME student ambassador who will help promote key OME programs and initiatives to the MIT student body.  The ideal candidate will be a sophomore or above who is familiar with OME programs and services. 

 

Responsibilities include:

 

The GRAD Lab is a symposium designed to encourage URM undergraduates to consider graduate school, to give them the tools to apply, and to make them aware of the free funding that is available to pay for graduate school. 

Date: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Registration: 8:30 AM
Program: 9:00AM – 4:00PM (Eastern Time)
Location: Northeastern University, John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute, Cabral Center, 40 Leon Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115

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