ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS: Please drop by the Pop-Up Portrait Studio in Johnson 124 today between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. to have your photo taken for the CBEE Class of 2017 composite. Professional attire is recommended. All seniors who will walk in June are invited to have their picture taken. You will receive a copy of the digital photo that you may distribute or print as you see fit.

Corning Visit on Thursday, May 18: There will be a graduate student information session/seminar with representatives from Corning on Thursday, May 18, from 12:30 to 1:30  p.m. in Johnson Hall 221. An undergraduate information session will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. in Johnson Hall 102. Plan to come to one of these events to learn more about this high-tech innovation giant. This is an introductory, informational visit. Corning plans to recruit here at OSU this fall for career and internship positions.

CBEE Graduation Celebration: Graduating seniors need to complete the College of Engineering’s Graduation Celebration Registration and Graduation Survey to register and indicate the number of guests they will bring. (There is no limit on the number of guests, and tickets are not required, but please give your best estimate.) Additional graduation information and resources are available at


“Can we use thermodynamics to predict adhesion?”
John C. Berg, Rehnberg Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Washington
Wednesday, May 17, at 4 p.m. in Johnson Hall Auditorium 102.

More information and a PDF flier are available at


Relay For Life
Friday, May 19, 6 p.m., to Saturday, May 20, 6 a.m., MU Quad

BMES and CBEE club will have a joint team for Relay for Life this year. Relay is a chance to make an impact in cancer research and care and stand in solidarity with cancer patients, survivors, and those whom we have lost. Join the team and give a minimum $10 donation: ?fr_id=80730&pg=team&team_id=2157015


S/U Forms are due in registrar’s office by Friday, May 19.  That is also the last day to web-withdraw from a class. Peer mentors (Hunter Quon in Johnson 121, MW 1-2 p.m., Jane Wong in Gleeson lobby, W noon-1 p.m., F 10 a.m. to noon) can help you find and fill out the S/U forms. These forms must be signed by Dr. Skip, Richard Kerr, or Kristin Rorrer (Graduate students: Anita Hughes). Only bacc core (HHS, PAC, perspectives, synthesis) may be taken with S/U grading. 

Pizza & PINs (group advising): ChE Students – Wednesday, May 17, 6-7 p.m., Johnson 102; BioE/EnvE Students – Thursday, May 18, 6-7 p.m., Batcheller 150

Pro-School Applications are open now (May 1-31) for Summer Term Admission, and August 1-31 for Fall Term Admission. The application is here:


CBEE Sophomores and Beyond: Make appointments online to discuss Fall Term and get your PIN with Kristin (ChE) or Richard (BioE/EnvE). Log in with your ONID account and select a time. Richard and Kristin also have walk-in hours 3-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.  Please sign in on the iPad in Johnson 116 (the CBEE lobby is on the right as you enter Johnson Hall from the main, south entrance).

First-year CBEE students: Please make an appointment with Aaron Worley through the “First Year Engineering Student” Canvas site. Walk-in hours are 4-4:30 p.m. Please sign in on the iPad in the main lobby of Johnson Hall when you come to meet with your advisor.


Advising Peer Mentor: Hunter Quon, Monday and Wednesday, 1-2 p.m. in Johnson Hall Room 121.

Corporate Relations Assistant: Jane Wong, Wednesday noon to 1 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to noon in the Gleeson Hall lobby.

Free Tutoring (MTH, PH, CH, CBEE): Monique LaJeunesse, Monday noon to 2 p.m., Tuesday 8-10 a.m., Thursday 9-11 a.m. in Johnson Hall Room 121.


Engineers Without Borders will hold general meetings on Thursdays, from 6-6:50 p.m. in KEAR 212. Cambodia program meets Tuesdays from 5-6:50 p.m. in BAT 250. Nicaragua program meets Wednesdays from 6-7:50 p.m. in BAT 150. Domestic programs meet Thursday 5-5:50 in KEAR 305.

Materials Research Society student chapter meetings are Wednesdays at 5 p.m. Locations vary; see chapter site for more information. The Materials Research Society student chapter introduces students to the discipline of materials science and fosters connections between students, faculty, and industry. The chapter also hosts lab and industry tours, science demonstrations, seminars, and more.


Handshake (formerly Beaver Careers): Visit to find out more about this new Career (and Internship) Management platform which replaces Beaver Careers.

Peer Mentors can assist you with job search advice, resume & cover letter review, interviewing tips, and academic advising issues.

Johnson Hall 121: Monday and Wednesday, 1-2 p.m.

Gleeson Hall lobby: Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m. and Friday, 10 a.m. to noon.

CBEE Career/Internship Advising: If you still have questions after you’ve had your resume and cover letter review, and explored the resources available on the Web at CBEE Careers & Internships and the Career Development Center, please email your question or set up an advising appointment.


For more information about Jobs and Internships or to see the whole list, visit

[Career] Senior Engineering Technician, City of Vancouver, Vancouver, WA

[Career] Operations Technician, Suterra LLC, Bend, OR

[Intern] Production Intern, EYELEVEL, Portland, OR

[Career] Technical Specialist 1, Lane County Government, Eugene, OR

[Intern] Regional Technical Regulations Intern, HP, Fort Collins, CO

[Career] Product Development Engineer, Near Space Corporation, Tillamook, OR

[Career/Intern] Various Positions, TransPerfect, Location Varies

[Intern] Brewery/Winery Tank Design Intern, Glacier Tanks, Vancouver, WA

[Career] Associate Scientist I, Sunrise Systems, Cambridge, MA

[Career] Scientist - II, Sunrise Systems, Spring House, PA

[Career] Analytical Support Engineer, B&W Tek, Newark, DE

[Career] Engineer/Survey Technician III, Polk County, Dallas, OR

[Career] Project Engineer, PAR Electrical Contractors, Hubbard, OR

[Career] Environmental Specialist 1, OBEC Consulting Engineers, Lake Oswego, OR

[Intern] Ball-Banking Technician - Engineering Specialist 1, Oregon Department of Transportation, Salem, OR

[Career] Mobile Summer Camp Coach, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

[Career] Campus Field Trips Outreach Assistant, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR


For more information about the REUs or to see the whole list, visit

May 30 Student Research Participation Program at Argonne National Laboratory

May 31 Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences REU

June 1 Higher Education Research Experiences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Varies Research Participation Programs at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

N/A Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management Science Education & Internship Program


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