This Asian Career Fair serves as a platform to connect Asian employers with high achieving undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdocs. The resumption of work by nearly 100 staff, faculty, and graduate students on the project follows recent congressional budget action, which reversed an earlier proposal by the Department of Energy (DOE) to shut down the C-Mod program.
The application deadline is Sunday, March 2nd, 2014! There will be Italian Carnival Desserts Tasting from pm to pm, a Best Mask Contest from pm to pm, and then a Dance Floor from pm to midnight. The dress code is “cocktail attire;” a masquerade ball mask is preferred.
This is a 21+ event, and a valid ID will be required (cash bar). An MIT Police Officer running for a fallen comrade.
An undergraduate student who came to know Officer Collier, became his friend, and climbed mountains with him.
Tang Hall is hosting the International Dessert Night Social for the MIT graduate student community on Saturday, March 1st, 2014 from pm to pm in the 24th floor lounge in Tang Hall.
Indulge your taste buds with exotic desserts from around the globe.
Beat the stress of the semester and chill out in the company of fellow graduate students. The event is meant to showcase the creative endeavors of MIT students, with artists receiving guaranteed admission to the event as well as the exclusive chance of winning an awesome not-yet-announced gift.
For the sake of the environment, please bring your own plates and utensils. To submit artwork, please email [email protected] by Saturday, March 1st, 2014.
Art can be dropped off in E15-205 between now and the event, or in the best scenario, can be brought to the showcase and then brought home afterward.
The MIT Asian Career Fair is a recruitment event aimed to connect MIT and all Boston area students with professional opportunities in Asia.
As the world’s fastest developing region, Asia is facing a growing demand for talented candidates with global vision, diverse experience, and strong academic endeavor.
MIT not only house students that fulfill these characteristics but have shown campus wide interest in internship and job opportunities in Asia. Katherine Clark (D-Mass.) visited MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC) this week for the official restart of the Alcator C-Mod tokamak.