GradSWEekly [Week of May 2, 2016]

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GradSWE Happy Hour
Wednesday, May 4th | 8PM | Sipyard in Urbana
Join us for happy hour on the first Wednesday of every month! In May, we will be going to Sipyard in Urbana. Want a reminder email? Sign up here.
Contact: Cecilia Klauber (klauber2@illinois.edu)

Leadership Opportunity: iFEAT Co-Coordinator
Interested in pursuing an academic career? Are you at least 2 years away from graduation? Help GradSWE coordinate the Illinois Female Engineers in Academia Training (iFEAT) Program! You will learn about the faculty position application process, meet various professors, and join a community of other iFEAT Scholars. 2-3 hour/week time commitment through the fall and spring terms. If interested, please fill out the Google form by 5:00 pm on Monday, May 16th, 2016.
Contact: illinoisFEAT@gmail.com

Graduation Celebration and Lunch
Wednesday May 11th | 12-1PM | Deere Pavilion (MEL)
Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our graduating members at our End-Of-The-Year/Graduation Lunch! Please sign up here.
Contact: Cecilia Klauber (klauber2@illinois.edu)

Upcoming Events and Announcements

GradSWE Committee Meeting
Wednesday, May 11th | 5PM | 143 MEB
Getting involved with GradSWE is a great way to meet outstanding women in engineering, connect with faculty, and add valuable leadership experience to your resume. Come to this meeting to find out more info.
Contact: Cecilia Klauber (klauber2@illinois.edu)

Pool Day
Saturday, May 28th | 1PM | ARC Outdoor Pool
Summer is here!! Come congregate by the ARC poolside with your favorite GradSWE members, and let's enjoy the nice weather that's been teasing us the last few weeks. We will update in response to weather forecasts as the day approaches.
Contact: Michelle Victora (victora2@illinois.edu)

External Announcements

ICTM State Math Finals - Volunteers Needed!
Saturday, May 7th | UIUC Main Quad
Over 3000 high school students from across Illinois participate in the state math competition, and they need many volunteers for jobs such as ushering, grading, assistants to the directors, moving exam boxes, data entry, setting up awards, clean up, etc. Most jobs are short and need little or no training. They also need a few graduate students to act as judges for the Orals Competition.
If you are interested, please check out the volunteer webpage for a list of the jobs and times.