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Mar 24-Jun 15

EY 2021 Better Working World Data Challenge

This year's challenge gives students and early-career data scientists worldwide a chance to use their data science skills to make a real-world impact and improve bushfire management. All students with an interest in data science are eligible. Register to participate as an individual or as part of a team; join at any time while the Challenge is open. See the EY website for more information and to register.

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May 07

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Information Session

via Zoom
10:00 to 11:00 a.m. ET

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May 11

Seminar: Fundamental Materials, Devices, and Manufacturing Innovations of Soft Bioelectronics for Customized Applications in Human Healthcare and Human-Machine Interface

via Zoom
12:00 to 1:00 p.m. ET

Dr. Zheng Yan of the University of Missouri-Columbia will be the speaker. Advance registration is required.

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May 11

Study Abroad Information Session

Online
6:00 to 7:00 p.m. EST

Topic: What to consider when choosing a study abroad program and how to plan

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May 18-20

Boiler Operations and Maintenance Training: Central Plant Heating Systems and Equipment

Virtual

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May 18-20

Metso Outotec Career Fair

York, PA

Talk to recruiters and learn about job opportunities for engineers, project managers, proposal managers, and more. RSVP by May 12 is required to attend.

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May 18

Safer People Safer Places Foundations Webinar

via Zoom
8:30 to 10:30 a.m. ET

This two-hour workshop provides a foundation of knowledge needed to be an effective ally to LGBTQA+ students.

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May 19

Global Building Network: How Energy Shapes Equity

Zoom
1:00 p.m.

This panel will be broken into three points of view, and then be a discussion around where they intersect. With only 15 minutes total of slides, the speakers will give some context as to who they are and the organizations they represent, and then break into a conversation around the renewable energy supply, broad-based energy demand, and thinking about the carbon footprint of supply chains. A common thread will be how all of these can shape equity.

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May 19

Global Building Network: Health + Energy Efficiency 101: Key Concepts and Questions at the Nexus of Health, Energy, and the Built Environment

Zoom
2:45 - 4:00 p.m.

This session will help researchers and practitioners focused on energy and the built environment understand how these areas relate to individual and community health, from climate change to in-home wellness. The session will also provide an overview of emerging opportunities to leverage these links, including the potential to more comprehensively serve vulnerable populations and to braid funding streams between the health, energy, and housing sectors. Highlighted topics may include an overview of stakeholders at this nexus, case studies of existing programs successfully implementing some of these concepts, and areas in which the research community could contribute to advancing the evidence base for work in this evolving space.

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May 20

Global Building Network: Development, Social Justice, and Low Energy Housing: Advancing a Just Energy Transition at Scale

Zoom
1:00-2:15 p.m.

The Global Building Network’s social justice agenda is based on our respective institution’s commitment to advancing the quality of life for vulnerable and disadvantaged communities. Our philosophy for engagement is underpinned by the United Nation’s leadership role in centering human right in the delivery of adequate housing (UDHR, 1948), making our cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable for everyone (UN SDG #11), and supporting a global transformation of buildings in the built environment towards low energy and low carbon solutions (UNECE Framework Guidelines for Energy Efficiency Standards in Buildings). There is a significant opportunity for well-designed, constructed, and operated low-energy housing that contributes to positive health, well-being, prosperity, and social justice outcomes. The kind of research, education, and outreach that is required to accelerate the translation of evidence to policy and action in a way that will advance our efforts from one-off pilots to scale at both the regional and global level to make low-energy housing the norm requires working across disciplines, sectors and geographical regions. It also requires inclusive and participatory processes that can allow those whose lives we seek to impact to work alongside researchers, practitioners, and policymakers as partners. With this context, our panel uses both national and international case studies to explore scalable and sustainable interventions at the intersection of social justice and affordable, low-carbon residential buildings.

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May 20

Nestlé Skill-Set Development Virtual Workshop, Part IV: Interviewing Best Practices


2:00–3:00 p.m. (EST)

Nestlé recruiters will present tools to excel in the company's competitive fall recruiting process. All engineering majors welcome.

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May 25

Workshop: Fellowship of the Faculty

via Zoom
1:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Join the Leonhard Center and fellow faculty members to talk about teaching.

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May 26

Safer People Safer Places Transgender and Gender Inclusion 101

via Zoom
8:30 to 10:30 a.m. ET

This two-hour workshop provides a foundation of knowledge needed to be an effective ally to LGBTQA+ students.

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Jun 09-11

Electrical Course: Facility Electrical Loads

Virtual

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Jun 09

Webinar: Future Directions in Adaptive Architecture

via Zoom
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. ET

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Jun 22-24

HVAC Technical Conference: HVAC Equipment Troubleshooting and Service Procedures

Virtual

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Jul 21-23

Effective Facility Management (Year I)

Virtual

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