All forums are located in Ford Hall room 240 and are held from 12:00pm - 1:00pm, food will be served at these events, students are invited to bring their own beverage.
Academic Year 2015 - 2016
- September 17, 2015- Jessica Lau, Engineer in Resource Adequacy Department, and Rachel Wilkins-Thurman, Senior Outage Coordinator in the Short Term Outage Coordination Department, will present about their work at ISO New England, an independent, non-profit Regional Transmission Organization, serving Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
- October 1, 2015- John Andary, PE, with the Integral Group, an interactive global network of design professionals collaborating under a single deep green engineering umbrella.
- October 8, 2015- Jason Bauer-Clapp will present Internship and Job Search for Engineers. Attend this conversation to learn about search resources, a basic framework for how to approach your search, and best practices for creating compelling, persuasive applications. Jason is the Associate Director of Smith's Lazarus Center for Career Development and liaison to the Picker Engineering Program.
- Presentation of the Majors, October 29, 2015, Presented by Picker Engineering Program Director, Professor Susan Voss
- November 5, 2015- Dr. Cara E. Stepp ’04 and Defne Abur ’14 will present on their research at the STEPP LAB for Sensorimotor Rehabilitation Engineering at Boston University.
Faculty in the News
Professor Glenn Ellis was profiled in the September 2015 newsletter of the Imaginative Education Research Group (IERG). IERG newsletters are available at http://ierg.ca/how-we-can-help/newsletters/. (August 2015).
Smith College launched its Picker Engineering Program 15 years ago, promising to bring more women-who are educated in the liberal arts along with their technical training-into the male-dominated field. The Summer 2015 Smith Alumnae Quarterly features engineering alumnae who are delivering on that promise.
The influential National Science Foundation Faculty Career Development Program has awarded Caitlyn Butler, class of 2004, $500,000 to pursue her pioneering research on special "Algal-Sludge Granules," which cut electricity consumption in half, while also cleansing water.
Students in the News
Congratulations to Maya Kutz '15 for her award "Leadership in Environmental Sustainability", In recognition of an individual (or organization) that represents the ideals of sustainable leadership through advocacy, programming or community events. Award presented on Tuesday, April 15 at the Campus Center.
Congratulations to Society of Women Engineers for "Outstanding Community Service". In recognition of the development and implementation of a community service program, Introduce A Girl to Engineers Day. Award presented on Tuesday, April 15 at the Campus Center.
Congratulations to our Engineering Scholar Athletes. Lauren Hilton '14, Adrienne Horne '14, Xinyi Liu '14, Emily Lane '15, Lauren Weston '15, Yumeng Cao '16, Bethany Claps '16, Anna Partridge '16, Isabella Casini '17, Elsie Odhiambo '17, Jingyi Sun '17. (April 10, 2014)
Congratulations to Zhenzhen Tan '15 for being part of the Smith team that won"Best in Show" during a Five College Data Fest competition on March 27-29, 2015.