One more week until Spring Break thank God, just need to power through this week and then we can do nothing for a week. Here are some upcoming opportunities:
Due to the feedback we received last semester we are reducing the number of RSVP, but this one is the overall RSVP for all the events this semester if you’re interested in any of the events please RSVP here
There will be a GBM this week on Wednesday from 7-8pm in the library, W4535. We will talk more in depth about the upcoming events and such.
- Will be held on March 28th, from 7-9 pm in SAC 305
- There will be professionals from different companies talking about their experience with project management
- There will be food there.
- Will be held on April 3th, from 7-9pm in the GLS Center
- This is a great event for all members to get a look at what our seniors do
- Get a chance to meet with professors and ask them questions about senior design
- This is a great event to be inspired by those who are hard at work to get their degree
- If you are interested in presenting your project please let us know as soon as possible
Pre college Day
- Will be held on April 12th, from 9am-2pm, in SAC Ballroom A
- We need volunteers to help set up, serve food, lead tours, and demonstrate projects
- This is a great opportunity to gain leadership experience teaching high school students about life in college
- If you are interested in coming out and helping please fill out this form
We are looking for an undergraduate student in Chemistry.The job description would include the following tasks:
1) Utilize our lab built apparatus called the GPEC (Gas Pressurized Extraction Chromatography) to perform quantitative separations.
2) Quantitatively analyze separated samples using a Q-ICP-MS.
3) Quantitatively analyze samples using radiochemical counting techniques, such as, LSC (Liquid Scintillation Counting).
Specifically we would like the student to help us:
1) Perform separations on important fission products, such as isolating Lanthanum, Praseodymium, Cerium, Neodymium, and Samarium from one another in a complex nuclear fuel matrix.
2) Develop a separation technique for Iron and Nickel and compare results to other well-characterized methods.
3) Quantify the separations as they occur using our hyphenated system.
4) Develop new separation procedures based on the results, for instance changing various parameters (e.g. changing acid concentration, flow rates, etc.) during the process to improve the overall separation.
If this is something that interests you please contact Terrence Buck at firstname.lastname@example.org
Station1 Frontiers Fellowship
Are you a bold and creative thinker and an aspiring change maker who is passionate about applying science and technology to create a more equitable, creative, prosperous, and sustainable world? We invite you to apply to be in the summer 2019 cohort and participate in the Station1 Frontiers Fellowship (SFF) – a unique and exciting residential science and technology-focused educational, research, and internship program with a focus on societal perspective, social innovation and impact in the Boston region of Massachusetts in the USA. For more information go here!
All the best,