Current Fall 2017 Schedule

The schedule for the Fall 2017 Graduate Seminar series is coming together nicely! We have some very exciting guests lined up already. 
Here is a glimpse of what the semester will look like:

Aug 24th- Introduction with Professor Trung Nguyen

Aug 31st- Professor Chris Depsik from the Mechanical Engineering Department will present on the topic of Research and Academic Integrity

Sept 7th- TBD

Sept 14th- TBD

Sept 21st- No Class due to the Career Fair (but there might be a special seminar on Tuesday the 19th- more info coming)

Sept 28th- Professor Baojun Bia from Missouri S&T (petroleum topic)

Oct 5th- Assistant Professor John Newberg from the University of Delaware (catalysis topic)

Oct 12th- TBD

Oct 19th- TBD

Oct 26th- TBD

Nov 2nd- No Class due to the annual AIChE Conference in Minneapolis 

Nov 9th- Dr. Lercher Johannes, a Battelle Fellow from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL)

Nov 16th- TBD

Nov 23rd- No Class due to Thanksgiving/Fall Break

Nov 30th- TBD

Dec 7th- Last Class of the Semester

Previous Spring 2017 Schedule

Feb 7th: Professional Development Event (FLYER)

Feb 14th: No Seminar

Feb 21st: Steve Lustig from Northeastern University (FLYER)

Feb 28th: Canceled- No Seminar

March 7th: Kamy Sepehrnoori from University of Texas at Austin (FLYER)

March 14th: M. Ali Haider from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi (FLYER)

March 21st: Spring Break- No Seminar

April 11th: Damon Talbot from Graduate Studies at KU (FLYER)

April 18th: George Hirasaki from Rice University (Flyer coming)

April 25th: Rick Stroman from the US Naval Research Lab in Washington, DC (FLYER)

May 2nd: Michael J. Aziz from Harvard University (FLYER)



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Upcoming Events and Deadlines

August 17th - 27th = HAWK WEEK

August 17th: New Graduate Student Orientation | RSVP

August 19th: Engineering Rock the Block | 2-4PM on the LEEP2 lawn

August 20th: Engineering Academic Welcome | 3-5PM | meet in LEEP2 Atrium 

August 21st: Fall classes begin and the Great American Eclipse 

[Eclipse details: There will be several local watch parties around Lawrence and the Metro area on Eclipse Day! Totality will occur between about 1:00 - 1:15]

Weekly Event(s): Mindfulness Time

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