Who is OME

Want to earn credit for studying? Come to the Info Session to learn more!

Tell me about your first encounter with the MIT OME Office?

Tell me about your first encounter with MIT’s OME Office?

Tell me about your first encounter with MIT's OME Office?
My first encounter was when I met Associate Dean Tammy Stevens and Sekazi Mtingwa during a Campus Preview Weekend (CPW) ’10 info session for Interphase as a pre-frosh.

What were your initial impressions?
Tammy and Sekazi were very helpful in answering the questions I had. I really liked the friendliness and enthusiasm.   

Did those impressions change over time?
No.

The University of Michigan will host our annual Engineering Graduate Symposium on Friday, November 11, 2011, www.engin.umich.edu/gradsymposium. Travel grants are available for prospective engineering Ph.D. students (flights/mileage, hotels, local transportation, meals). More than 250 graduate engineering students will present posters on their current research projects.

Product Delivery Engineer

Objective:
Develop and deliver photoreceptors for use in xerographic cartridge − includes implementation of coating processes at worldwide manufacturing facilities with successful part delivery to supply chain partners.

This is your opportunity to speak anonymously to the OME! This suggestion box is a confidential tool for you to send us your thoughts, comments, ideas, suggestions or even just a note. You can also feel free to include your contact info in case you require response from us.

Check it out at https://web.mit.edu/ome/secure/talk.html

For more information contact Lorena Tovar in 4-107 or call 617-253-5010

Come learn more about NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab!

Refreshments will be served

***Please RSVP to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/infosessionJPL by Tuesday, October 18th at 1pm.

For more information contact Lorena Tovar in 4-107 or call 617-253-5010

Come meet and mingle with Faculty members from across the Institute at this Fall’s Faculty/Student Mixer! This is a great opportunity to network with Faculty in an informal environment. Come enjoy the great dinner and join the table topic discussions!

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