Research Experience for Undergraduates in Systems Engineering for Healthcare, University of Maryland

The Institute for Systems Research at the University of Maryland is inviting applications to the Summer 2009 Research Experiences for Undergraduates program, Systems Engineering for Improving Health Care. This program is pending funding by the National Science Foundation. This program runs from June 1 to August 7, 2009. Applications are due on February 1, 2009. Each participant will receive a stipend of $4,000.… Continue reading Research Experience for Undergraduates in Systems Engineering for Healthcare, University of Maryland

December Hot Topic: Destressing before Finals

by Islin Moy Region Collegiate Newsletter Editor, Region i When you are doing something, fully be aware and focus on what you are doing. When you are not doing homework and having fun with your friends, stop worrying about that problem set that you haven’t finished solving.  When you are doing activities related to SWE,… Continue reading December Hot Topic: Destressing before Finals

Leadership Profile: Islin Moy, Region Collegiate Newsletter Editor, Region i and COR MEGA Issues Task Force Chair

Background I am a senior majoring in Petroleum Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. I recently completed my summer internship at BP, and have done previous internships at Anadarko and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.  In my free time, I enjoy watching random YouTube videos such as the “Engineers’ Guide to… Continue reading Leadership Profile: Islin Moy, Region Collegiate Newsletter Editor, Region i and COR MEGA Issues Task Force Chair

President’s Discussion: Preparing Future Leaders

How do you guys identify potential officers? Do you have enough people running? Kristina, University of Colorado Boulder: Sometimes we have a lot of people interested, sometimes not. All of the officers are seniors this year, so younger members who come to meetings a lot and do a lot of scouting. Kristina is targeting them… Continue reading President’s Discussion: Preparing Future Leaders