Fall semester is nearing its end and students are busy preparing for exams and wrapping up internship reports and presentations. The program has continued exposing students to corporate representatives to provide opportunities in honing their professional skills, working on how to be their best in interviews, and improving communication skills. In addition to the weekly seminars, we have had many corporate luncheons with:
Cory Kennedy, Rice Government Relations; Katia Protina, Shell Recruiter; Jon Schwartz, Nanospectra; Ron Hujisman, HUCO Consulting; Jacqueline Northcut, BioHouston; Jon Greene, URS Environmental; and still to come: Eberhard Lucke, CH2MHill; John Mann, USI Southwest; and Dr. Hotez; Baylor - Tropical Diseases.
The fall seminar series brought in great speakers, and thanks again goes to: Tracy Spinks/ M.D. Anderson; Jason Sakamoto and Ennio Tasciotti, Houston Methodist Research Institute; Don Lyons, Interoperant; Dr. Alex Demkov, UT Nanotechnology/Physics; David Arthur, Southwest Nanotechnologies; Ann Smith, GSI Environmental dispatched a great group of her team to meet our students - David Adamson, Travis McGuire and Claire Krebs; Mike McCluskey, Paradigm; Renee Klimczak, Jarrah Group/Natural Gas; Renee Showalter, Weatherford; Najib Abusalbi, Schlumberger;
Space Studies Seminar Series: Mark Craig, SAIC; Mark Jernigan, NASA; Mark Jackson, Draper; Richard Lee, Lockheed Martin; John Scott, NASA; Charlie Chafer, Space Services; Jim Burch Southwest Research Labs; Gordon Vos, Wyle; Matt Ondler, SGT Inc.
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With a focus on Rice undergrad students we are spreading the word about opportunities for Rice students to line their study plans up to create a pathway into our professional master's degree which - with good planning - they could finish
in a 5th
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