We all learned a lot from the Graduate Thesis Panel today. Thank you to Janet, Leslie, Alicia, Steven and all our panelists!
We had a blast making new friends from the chemistry department! Thank you all for coming and hope to see you again in future mixers! Stay tuned for more events coming up this month.
Are you currently writing your masters/PhD thesis? Or thinking about it, but don’t know where to start? The EECS GSA presents a Graduate Thesis Panel to guide you in writing first-rate masters’ and doctoral theses.
We start with Prof. Leslie Kolodziejski from the EECS Graduate Office, giving an overview of thesis requirements. This will be followed by a short presentation from the Writing Center, describing how they can help students in the process of thesis-writing. We will then move to our Student Panel, consisting of 5 graduate students with thesis writing experience.
Food will be served at the event. To help us get the right amount of food, please RSVP here.
We hope to see you there!
Time: 4.30 pm, April 2nd (Thursday)
Venue: 34-401B (Grier Room)
The MIT EECS visit days was a huge success. Thank you all for coming and making it so awesome!
Hope you had a great time. We enjoyed meeting you all and are looking forward to seeing you again in the Orientation in August!
— Orhan on behalf of the EECS GSA executive team
Come and say hi to our new EECS admits at the Welcome Reception and Dinner on Thursday, March 5 at 7:30 at the R&D Pub!
Welcome new MIT EECS admits! We are looking forward to a great time together.
You can find the schedule here.
Hope to meet with you all tonight at the Welcome Reception!
Welcome to the redesigned EECS GSA website!
We have redesigned and simplified the website to focus on our activities. You will find information about past, current and future events in the Events and Blog sections. We will also be running polls to serve the GSA community better.
There will be more developments to come over time, so stay tuned!
Orhan on behalf of the EECS GSA executive team