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Colloquium Series

The Department of Materials Science & Engineering is pleased to announce The George and Dot Bishop Advanced Materials Colloquium Series, which was made possible by a generous gift from the Bishop family in memory of their parents.

Led by a distinguished expert, each seminar provides an insightful look into industry and academic practices and events. Invited speakers from industry, government, and other academic departments are regularly included in the series. The seminars are regularly held in person in 200 Olin Hall during the fall and spring semesters or, in partnership with the College of Science, in 100 Hunter Auditorium. Suggestions for speakers are always welcome. Discussions and Q & A follow most.

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Pushing Boundaries

Material scientists and engineering students are sought by employers from many industry sectors. Research, internships, and professional development contribute to prepared graduates who push the boundaries and drive excellence.

To see more stories about our department, students, and faculty, please read the Materials Science & Engineering blog. Or subscribe to our newsletter listing some of the department highlights: awards, research, new faculty, and student stories.

Mentoring and Advisory Board

MSE invited Alumni to Career Fair
MSE invited Alumni to Career Fair for guest talks

Get Involved

The Advisory Board for Materials Science and Engineering provides opportunities for alumni to serve as resource mentors, lecturers on career paths, and advice on real-world challenges. The department chair appoints members who serve three-year terms. If you would like to be a member of the advisory board or assist in a mentorship role, please get in touch.

Additionally, the University offers ways to get involved via mentoring, volunteering, and connecting on a social level.

Advisory Board Alumni Opportunities
Department of Materials Science & Engineering
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