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Sep
29
Tue
Charles and Mary O’Melia Lecture in Environmental Science
Sep 29 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Kimberly Jones, professor and chair of the Department of Civil Engineering at Howard University, will deliver The Charles and Mary O’Melia Lecture in Environmental Science at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29 in Gilman 50.

2015 O'Melia Lecture -- Kimberly Jones of Howard UniversityThe title of Jones’ lecture will be “Can Nanotechnology Solve the Water Crisis? Advances and Obstacles in the Use of Nanomaterials for Water and Wastewater Treatment.”

Jones’ research interests include developing membrane processes for environmental applications, physical-chemical processes for water and wastewater treatment, remediation of emerging contaminants, drinking water quality, and environmental technology.

Oct
18
Tue
R. Rhodes Trussell to deliver 2016 Earnest and Agnes Gloyna Distinguished Lecture in Environmental Engineering
Oct 18 @ 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm

R. Rhodes Trussell R. Rhodes Trussell, Chairman and Founder of LA-based Trussell Technologies, Inc., will deliver the 2016 Earnest and Agnes Gloyna Distinguished Lecture in Environmental Engineering from 3 to 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The location of this lecture will be announced closer to the date of the event. A reception will follow. This event is hosted by the Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering.

 

Feb
18
Sat
Celebrate E-Week 2017, Feb. 18 through 24!
Feb 18 @ 10:00 am – Feb 25 @ 1:00 pm

E-Week PosterPlease join us in celebrating National Engineers Week, February 18 to 25, with a wide variety of activities on campus. This year’s schedule is as follows. Events subject to be added or changed. Registration has closed for all events.

 

Saturday, Feb. 18
  • Introduce a Girl to Engineering, Great Hall, Levering, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. An educational outreach event to show young girls what engineering is all about. Participants will complete engineering projects and get to speak with current engineering students. Hosted by JHU Ready Set Design. Not open to the public.

 

Sunday, Feb. 19
  • HopHacks, Hodson Hall, 9:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. JHU’s annual winter hackathon wraps up with a presentations fair and demonstrations of work done over the weekend. Hosted by HopHacks.

 

Monday, Feb. 20
  • “Should You Start at a Start-Up?” Bus Tour and Information Session, FastForward, 1812 Ashland Avenue, 12 to 2 p.m. Visit FastForward’s 1812 Ashland Ave. location to  learn from start-up CEOs and tour wet lab space. Transportation provided, but space is limited. Meet in Mason Hall Circle. Hosted by JHU Career Center.
  • Google Technical Interviewing Techniques, Glass Pavilion, 4 to 5 p.m. Join the Google team as they share ways to perfect your technical interviewing skills. Hosted by the JHU Career Center.
  • Google Lightning Tech Talks, Glass Pavilion, 6 p.m. Join a team of Google engineers as they share a behind-the-scenes look at the exciting technology they work with every day. Hosted by JHU Career Center.

 

Tuesday, Feb. 21 
  • Young Alumni Panel & Resume Review Networking, Glass Pavilion, 1 to 4 p.m. A short engineering young alumni panel followed by open house resumes reviews with alums and employers. Drop-ins welcome! Hosted by JHU Career Center and Engineers Without Borders.
  • Tower of Power, Glass Pavilion. Doors open at 5; competition runs 5:30 to 6 p.m. Teams compete to build the tallest tower from dry spaghetti and marshmallows. Hosted by Theta Tau.
  • Women of Whiting Meeting & Networking, Levering Lounge, 5 to 7 p.m. Meet and network with fellow female graduate students over Thai food. Hosted by Women of Whiting.

 

Wednesday, Feb. 22
  • Engineering World Health Global Awareness Challenge, Glass Pavilion, 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. What global challenges could engineering approaches help solve? Take the EWH Challenge and find out. Hosted by Engineering World Health.
  • Engineering Job Search Workshop, Garland Hall, 3rd Floor, Conference Room B, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Learn how to effectively use tools like Handshake, LinkedIn, and GoHopOnline in your internship and job search. Hosted by JHU Career Center.
  • Mini-Makers Classroom, BME Design Studio, Clark Hall 217, 1 to 3 p.m. Stop by the studio to learn some hands-on techniques for prototyping with acrylic. We’ll discuss how to design, bend, and bond acrylic for common structures including boxes, rigs, and mounts. Hosted by the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design.
  • A Better Way to Get There: Engineering Transportation, Glass Pavilion, 6 to 8 p.m. See, hear, and learn about interesting, innovative projects–from the cool Johns Hopkins Baja car to a remote-controlled airplane–being designed and constructed by JHU Engineering student teams. Hosted by JHU Affinity Groups and Hopkins Engineering Alumni.
  • Master’s Students Pizza Night, WSE Master’s Student Lounge/Wyman Park Building, 2nd Floor, 6 to 8 p.m. Enjoy socializing over pizza with the Graduate Representative Organization. Master’s students only. Hosted by GRO and WSE Academic Affairs.

 

Thursday, Feb. 23
  • Storybook Engineering at the Barclay School, Barclay School, 8 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Center for Educational Outreach staff will read stories and fairy tales to Pre-K to second grade students, and lead them in engineering something that solves the characters’ problems. Hosted by the CEO and the Barclay School. Not open to the public.
  • Hopkins ME: Past, Present, and Pizza, Latrobe 120, 12:30 to 2 p.m. Mechanical Engineering students are invited to an informal pizza lunch with several mechanical engineering alumni. Hosted by the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
  • PhD and Master’s Student Non-academic Job Search, Career Center, Garland Hall, 3rd Floor Conference Room, 1 to 3 p.m. Explore your career options, learn how to present your skills with a resume, identify organizations and opportunities, and gain tips to help you connect with professionals. Hosted by the JHU Career Center.
  • Speed Networking Night, Glass Pavilion, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Alumni and current students will rotate through a series of quick, one-on-one interviews to give students the opportunity to learn the importance of making good impressions and perfecting “elevator pitches.” Hosted by Hopkins Engineering Alumni.

 

Friday, Feb. 24
  • Careers in Engineering at Barclay School, Barclay School, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Johns Hopkins undergrads will be at the Homewood-area public school working with students on STEM activities. Not open to the public. Hosted by the Johns Hopkins University-Barclay School Partnership.
  • OSA/EDGE event, Croft Hall 170, 12 to 1 p.m. Tzu-Yu Wu, an optical engineer at Canon USA’s Healthcare Optics Research Laboratory, will speak about the “Transition from Academia to Industry.” Hosted by BME Edge and the Optical Society of America JHU student chapter.

 

Apr
14
Fri
Canceled – Robert Nerem presents “Regenerative Medicine: The Hype, the Hope, and the Future”
Apr 14 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Canceled - Robert Nerem presents "Regenerative Medicine: The Hype, the Hope, and the Future" @ 26 Mudd Hall

This event has been canceled.

Robert M. Nerem (Georgia Institute of Technology) presents “Regenerative Medicine: The Hype, the Hope, and the Future” as part of a special seminar hosted by the Department of Biomedical Engineering, the Institute for NanoBioTechnology, and the Translational Tissue Engineering Center.

Abstract: Although the underlying concepts of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine go back more than 75 years, the term tissue engineering actually was only “coined” in the 1980s. This was followed by the 1990s being the “go-go” years with stem cells emerging as a technology, an industry developing, and the term regenerative medicine beginning to be used. There also was a lot of hype, and following the turn of the century the field entered what might be called the “sobering” years, with private sector activity falling significantly even though the science continued to advance. The last decade, however, has all the marks of being “back to the future.” Advances in cell-based therapies have been fueled by advances in stem cell science and technology and the discovery of what is required to reprogram somatic cells into stem cells, known as induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. For cellular therapies, a key question is what is the mechanism of action? For a specific therapy, is the mechanism one of cell replacement or is it a paracrine effect? If the latter, is it possible that one could introduce the appropriate biological signals without the use of cells? In this case the discussion shifts from “my cell is better than your cell” to “my biological signals are better than yours.” Whatever the case, one of the “holy grails” is the neurodegenerative diseases/disorders and the repair/regeneration of the central nervous system. Instead of the mixture of hype and hope in the past, and with an aging population providing the threat of a “tsunami” of neural disorders, regenerative medicine offers the real possibility of cures to these diseases/disorders in the future.

Feb
18
Sun
2018 Engineers Week
Feb 18 – Feb 24 all-day

Please join us in celebrating National Engineers Week, February 18 to 24, with a wide variety of activities on campus.

Featured Events

 

Salary Negotiation for Women In Industry

BEING RESCHEDULED
Glass Pavilion
Alumni experts offer targeted, successful salary-negotiation strategies and techniques.
Please register.

Theta Tau’s Tower of Power

Tuesday, Feb. 20 || Doors open at 5 p.m.; Competition from 5:30 to 6 p.m.
Glass Pavilion
Teams compete to build the tallest towers out of dry pasta and marshmallows. Teams must register in advance.
Please register.

Engineering to Discover the History of the Universe

Wednesday, Feb. 21 || Noon to 2:30 p.m.
Glass Pavilion
Nobel Prize-winning NASA astrophysicist John Mather will discuss how engineering is the basis of space-age science and will show some of the key inventions that make the James Webb Space Telescope possible.
Please register.

Speed Networking Night

Thursday, Feb. 22 || 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Glass Pavilion
Students will rotate through quick, one-on-one interviews with alumni, followed by an open networking reception.
Registration required.

Engineering A Successful Future in STEM

Friday, Feb. 23 || 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Barclay Elementary/Middle School
Professional engineers, JHU faculty and student groups will teach 6th-8th graders about engineering careers through presentations and hands-on activities. (Event is part of the Barclay-Hopkins STEM partnership and not open to the public.)

View the full event listing!
Feb
17
Sun
2019 Engineers Week
Feb 17 – Feb 23 all-day

Engineers Week is a national, annual celebration of the vital contributions that engineers make to our world. Join us in celebrating with a wide variety of activities on campus.

Visit engineersweek.jhu.edu for a full list of scheduled events.


Featured Events

 

HopHacks

February 15 to 17 // 6:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Hodson Hall

Teams of hackers from around the country compete to create the best app in 36 hours at this biannual event.

More Information

 

Aerospace Exploration: Ignite Your Career Possibilities

February 18 // 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Hackerman Hall, Room B-17

Current students and alumni with an interest in the aerospace industry are invited to a dynamic panel discussion hosted by the JHU Aerospace Affinity group. Panelists will provide insight into a variety of aerospace career paths for all engineering disciplines.

Click Here to Register

 

Theta Tau’s Tower of Power

February 19 // Doors Open: 5 p.m. // Competition Begins: 5:30 p.m.
Glass Pavilion

Teams compete to build the tallest towers out of dry pasta and marshmallows. Teams must register in advance.

Registration Required

 

Salary Negotiation for Women in Industry

February 20 // 6 to 8 p.m.
The Great Hall in Levering

At this panel discussion hosted by the Whiting School and the Homewood Career Center, panelists will discuss the key techniques needed to help women engineers identify their value and negotiate their worth during the interview process.

Click Here to Register

 

 

Speed Networking Night

February 21 // 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Glass Pavilion

Students will rotate through quick, one-on-one interviews with alumni, followed by an open networking reception.

Registration Required

 

 

Engineering a Successful Future in STEM

February 22 // 8 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
Barclay Elementary/Middle School

JHU student groups and faculty members will teach middle school students about engineering careers through presentations and hands-on activities. This event is part of the Barclay-Hopkins STEM partnership and is not open to the public.

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