Community News – Week of March 1, 2021

Week of March 1, 2021

The following announcements are as of February 26.


Events and Webinars

March 1: Student Seminar: 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. virtual, zoom link will be emailed.
– Brianna Lax, “Mechanism Elucidation of Anti-CTLA-4 Antibodies”
– Naveen Arunachalam, “Design Space Considerations for High-Throughput Transition Metal Complex Discovery”

March 1: Starr Forum: Palaces & Sandcastles: Deconstructing Putin’s Power. 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. [Register]

March 2: MIT Career Services webinar, “Overcoming Impostor Syndrome”, 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. [Details]

March 4: Koch Institute: 11th Annual Image Awards Exhibition. 6:30 p.m. [Register]

March 4: Career Talk with TSMC: The Semiconductor Industry Transforming Our World. 6:00 p.m. [Register]

March 10: ChemE Seminar Series: 12:00 p.m. virtual, zoom link will be emailed.
“Dynamic control of interferon signaling and gene regulation and its role in regulating the immune response”, Catera Wilder, Postdoctoral Training in Signaling Systems Biology, UCLA

March 12: ChemE Seminar Series: 3:00 p.m. virtual, zoom link will be emailed.
Engineering Polymeric Ionic Liquids for Metal Ion Conduction“, Rachel A. Segalman, Chair, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, UC Santa Barbara

March 17: SCALE Speaker Series: Meri Stevens (J&J) in Conversation with Yossi Sheffi, 8:00 a.m. [Register]

March 19: 2021 MIT Biotech Group Career Fair, 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. [Register]

MIT Center for WorkLife and WellBeing: Registration for Winter Wellbeing Series is now open. [Details]

See ChemE calendar for more listing of department events and seminars >>


Thesis Defense

TBA

See ChemE calendar for more listing of department events and seminars >>


Internships, Fellowships, and Job Opportunities

March 3: Application opens: Interphase EDGE/x program, summer Residential Facilitator positions. (Info sessions 3/4 & 3/9) [Details]

March 8: Application due, Communications Director & Technology Director Positions at MIT Science Policy Review. [Details]

March 8: Application due for Jamal Khashoggi fellowships for MIT students. [Details]

Command Education Job Opportunity for Seniors. [Details]

MIT PKG Center: Social impact internships: paid undergrad internships in racial justice, health, tech+data, and more… [Details]

The MIT Career and Professional Development Office has a helpful COVID-19 FAQ section for those seeking jobs or internships. Explore their online resources.

Search for more faculty positions around the world at PolytechnicPositions.com

For more listing of upcoming career-related events, workshops, and company info sessions, visit the Career Advice and Support page.


Other Announcements

March 3: Writing submissions due for the Isabelle de Courtivron Writing Prize. [Details]

March 8: Application due for the de Florez Fund for Humor. [Details]

March 10: Submission due, World Water Day Video Competition: MIT Research for a Water Secure Future. [Details]

April 5: Application due for the 2020-21 Benjamin Siegel Prize. [Details]

April 16: Nomination due for School of Engineering’s Infinite Mile and Ellen J. Mandigo Awards. [Details]

MIT Water Night: Interest in presenting your work? [Submit abstract]

Community Wellness: Support and wellness programs for student. [Details]

MIT Press Journal Rapid Reviews: COVID-19 (RR:C19) Volunteer Opportunities. [Details and Application]

MIT Engineering Leadership Program: check out course offerings for grad students. [Details]

1st Yr. Students: ChemE has a team of juniors & seniors with diverse interests to answer your questions! [Details]

MIT Spouses & Partners Connect: open to all significant others of MIT students, postdocs, and staff. [Events]

STEMxx Chats Community: For women in STEM. [Details]

MIT Martin Trust Center: Online tutoring open to all MIT students who want to make things. [Details]

MIT Alumni Advisors Hub: Students, signup to connect with MIT alumni for career conversations. [Details]

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