UC Davis 50 Years of TBP, Girls in Tech Singapore Event, & UNO Associate Dean (March 2019)

The image below was taken at San Francisco State University during the TBP District 15 Conference. Members of the CA Lambda Chapter of Tau Beta Pi were presented with a token in celebration of the chapter’s 50-year anniversary. The chapter was installed on May 3, 1969.

Image courtesy of Chris Potts, CA U ’16, District 15 Director.

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Gigi M. Wang, CA G ’86, will be the instructor for the “Girls in Tech & Startup Breakthroughs powered by #SheMeansBusiness” bootcamp April 13-14. The location for the event is the Media Hub at SCAPE in Singapore. Click here for more event details.

Wang runs a consulting firm, MG-Team, LLC, which delivers entrepreneurship and innovation programs. She is also an Industry Fellow & faculty at UC Berkeley Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship. Her bachelor’s and master’s degrees were earned from Stanford University in mechanical engineering.

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The University of New Orleans invites applications for a position of Associate Dean in the College of Engineering to begin in Fall 2019. A Ph.D. degree in engineering is a requirement for this position.

According to the job listing from The Chronicle of Higher Education, the position responsibilities are 25 percent instruction and 75 percent administrative. Applications will be given strongest consideration if received by April 5, 2019.

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