Hello everyone! We’ve got a busy week ahead of us, filled with our very own GSA Elections, a distinguished panel of entrepreneurs, a dinner with Prof. Gregory Wornell, and some free alcohol (courtesy of the Chem-E department).
This Week at a Glance
Vote for your new GSA representatives. Your vote matters! Brazilian food will be provided.
Visit the EECS GSA elections website for the latest info: http://eecsgsa.mit.edu/elections/. Feel free to contact us with questions about officer positions, nominations, or the electoral process.
When: Tuesday Nov 15 6PM-7:30PM
Where: 34-401 A (Grier A)
EECS GSA Entrepreneurship Panel
Do you know the different resources on campus to help you develop your start up ideas and entrepreneurship skills? Do you know that during IAP you could register for StartMIT, StartIAP or prepare your Sandbox application? Which program would better fit your interests and projects?
The MIT EECS graduate student association is holding an Entrepreneurship panel on Wednesday November 16th at 6:00 pm. Three panelist from StartMIT, the Martin Trust Center and the Sandbox program will shortly present their programs and answer your questions.
When: Wednesday, Nov 16 6PM-7PM
Where: Kiva, 32-G449
Speakers: Christina Chase (StartMIT), Trish Cotter (Martin Trust Center), Jinane Abounadi (Sandbox program)
Faculty Dinner with Gregory Wornell
The EECS GSA is having a Faculty Dinner with Prof. Gregory Wornell on Thursday. This is an hour-long event where students can have an informal interaction with a faculty over dinner.
When: Thursday, Nov 17 5PM-6PM
Where: 32D-463 (Star)
EECS / Chem-E Joint Social
Chemical Engineering’s TG Committee and EECS’s GSA are teaming up to bring you a TGIF like the Stata Center has never seen before. Sign up now to reserve your slot for a fun afternoon of lots of beer, Venezuelan food, and meeting new people from MIT.
When: Friday, Nov 18 4PM-7PM
Where: 4th floor of the Stata Center
Signup: here (This sign-up list is for the 130 slots designated for EECS members; please only sign up if you are in EECS or in a lab that is EECS affiliated. 120 Chem-E’s are also expected)