Career Coach Online Office Hours for Engineering Master’s Students

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All engineering Master's students are invited to use this weekday service to have an individual conversation with a career coach about any topic. No appointment is needed and the conversation length will vary based on the number of students waiting. Login directions are available at: https://waitwhile.com/welcome/officehours Also, check out the CSPD website. There's lots to […]

Career Coach Online Office Hours for Engineering Master’s Students

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All engineering Master's students are invited to use this weekday service to have an individual conversation with a career coach about any topic. No appointment is needed and the conversation length will vary based on the number of students waiting. Login directions are available at: https://waitwhile.com/welcome/officehours Also, check out the CSPD website. There's lots to […]

Biomechanics for Women’s Reproductive Health

Wilkinson Building, room 021 auditorium

Abstract: The vagina is a complex fibromuscular organ undergoing astonishing transformations during important physiological functions such as conception, pregnancy, and delivery. The remodeling and deformations of this organ have yet to be characterized, despite their impact on women's health. This talk delves into the ongoing research in the STRETCH lab at Virginia Tech, combining advanced […]

Career Coach Online Office Hours for Engineering Master’s Students

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All engineering Master's students are invited to use this weekday service to have an individual conversation with a career coach about any topic. No appointment is needed and the conversation length will vary based on the number of students waiting. Login directions are available at: https://waitwhile.com/welcome/officehours Also, check out the CSPD website. There's lots to […]

DMI/MEMS Seminar Presented by Prof. Zachariah A. Page

Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side A, room 1464

Abstract: Light as an energy source has enabled transformative technologies in imaging, lithography, adhesives, and 3D printing. Its broad utility arises from the unparalleled spatiotemporal control over chemical transformations that it offers. However, contemporary methods rely on high energy UV light (<400 nm), which limits material compatibility due to pervasive degradation and attenuation that occurs […]

FIP Postdoc Seminar Awardee: Non-invasive deep-brain functional imaging is on going

Wilkinson Building, room 021 auditorium

Optical techniques, such as confocal or multiphoton microscopes, provide detailed insights into cellular and molecular structures with precision. However, their limited depth penetration poses challenges for non-invasive deep-brain imaging, hindering a comprehensive understanding of complex neural activities. In contrast, ultrasound (US) transcends tissue barriers where light encounters obstacles, bypassing photon-scattering effects that hinder optical imaging. […]

Live Screenprinting Demo

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If you've ever wondered how screenprints are made, drop in for a live printing demo on Wednesday, March 6th from 4-6 pm in the Teer Student Lounge and see posters created before your eyes! Get your hands dirty and learn to make your own two-color screenprinted poster, or just swing by to pick up a […]

Career Coach Online Office Hours for Engineering Master’s Students

None

All engineering Master's students are invited to use this weekday service to have an individual conversation with a career coach about any topic. No appointment is needed and the conversation length will vary based on the number of students waiting. Login directions are available at: https://waitwhile.com/welcome/officehours Also, check out the CSPD website. There's lots to […]

NIH R Grant Writing Workshop

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This workshop focuses on common NIH R grant mechanisms, including how to choose the right one for your project and provides practical, step-by-step guidance for writing NIH R grants.

Snack Chat for Pratt Graduate and Professional Students

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Take a break with Pratt's Graduate Student Programs & Services! Join us in the Fitzpatrick Atrium beginning at 11:45 AM where we will be serving snacks while casually engaging with the graduate student community. We can't wait to see you!

Duke Seminar in Neural Engineering: Greg Clark

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With host Warren Grill. Location to be announced. Greg Clark's research uses physiological and computational approaches to investigate neural function, dysfunction, and treatments.