Pix of the week:
Community Cairn Ceremony
The Olin community
participated in building a community cairn this past Friday to symbolize the
collective heaviness experienced during the past year and a half while also
looking forward to the future. The ceremony featured various speakers from
the community, a musical performance and sweet treats. The Cairn is by the
great lawn if you wish to visit it.
will take place from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM in the Norden Auditorium. This
gathering will feature a discussion about Olin's summer reading, the attached
short story Systems by Charles Yu. Reminder: please bring your laptop. Convocation will be recorded
and shared for those who are unable to attend in person.
Students Present at 2021 SmallSat Conference
the Olin Satellite +
Spectrum Technology & Policy (OSSTP) Group, presented a paper
on their research at the 35th Annual 2021
Small Satellite Conference. The students, along
with Whitney Lohmeyer, assistant professor
of engineering and head of the OSSTP Group, submitted the paper on their work
on the Space Weather Atmospheric Reconfigurable Multiscale Experiment
(SWARM-EX), a multi-university, National Science Foundation-sponsored mission. READ MORE.
Olin in the News:
Olin Ranked No. 3 in 2022 Undergraduate Engineering by U.S. News & World
Olin is ranked No. 3
in the nation among undergraduate engineering programs. This marks the eighth
consecutive year that Olin has ranked third among accredited undergraduate
engineering programs in a survey of deans and senior faculty at U.S.
engineering schools. READ MORE.
Jon Adler Named Next Editor of Personality and Social Psychology Review
Jon Adler, Professor of
Psychology, has been named the next editor of the Personality and
Social Psychology Review (PSPR) by the Society for
Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP). This appointment marks the first
time in the journal's history that the editor does not hail from a major
research university. Adler's term will begin in January 2022 and run through
December 2025. READ MORE.
For Your Information:
Learning Lab Announces Fall Semester Series: This
summer we launched a new program to connect talented Olin alumni instructors
to other alumni, students, parents, faculty and staff through innovative
virtual seminars. Join us for a new virtual Fall
- Getting Started in Software and The Technical
Interview (David Abrahams '18 and
Lauren Gulland '19) [Wednesday, Sept. 29]
- Lessons Learned: Hardware Engineering in
Silicon Valley (James Nee '15)
[Wednesdays: Oct 20, Oct 27, Nov 3, Nov 10]
- Designing Gorgeous UIs: The Engineer's Guide (Erik Kennedy '10) [Tuesday, Oct. 26]
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Seminars are open to all faculty, staff and students (free using promo
HERE: The Student Academic Grant (SAG) Spring Application is being
emailed TODAY with a DUE DATE of September 20th
2021, by 5:00 PM!
shares list of job opportunities at Olin: View an updated list of
job opportunities at Olin HERE.
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