The Professional Master’s Program (PMP) in the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering (CHE) at Purdue University is a 12-16 month long, non-thesis, coursework-based Master’s program that prepares students for leadership and business roles in industry and government sectors through a combination of advance engineering and business courses.
Students also gain professional experience during the 12-week long summer capstone program, wherein students work on open-ended problems as part of an industry-based with one of our industry partners or an academic-based capstone project with one of our engineering faculty.
The program coursework is tailored to the career goals and backgrounds of its students. Students from non-chemical engineering backgrounds, such as Chemistry, will take three additional foundational Chemical Engineering courses in Engineering Calculations, Separation Processes, and Reaction Engineering to help prepare them for their graduate-level Chemical Engineering coursework. These pre-requisite courses can be taken concurrently with the rest of the PMP coursework so that their program completion is only delayed by one semester.
The program is currently accepting applications for both Spring and Fall 2021 and GRE score requirements have been waived for these applicants due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, international students receiving a degree from a U.S. institution do not need to submit English Proficiency scores, such as TOEFL or IELTS scores.
To find out more information about the Professional M.S. Program:
If you’re ready to apply, find out more information about the application process, including deadlines, here.
Employers regularly report to the Center for Career and Professional Success that college graduates need to improve their communication skills (speaking, writing, reading, etc.). In addition, according to research from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), oral/written communication skills are one of the Critical Career Readiness Competencies that college graduates need proficiency in, to be prepared for the modern workforce. This Development Academy will help students develop these much needed skills!
Throughout the 5 sessions, Ohio State Alumni and local industry professionals will present on the following topics:
- Using Your Strengths to Refine Your Personal Pitch
- How to Improve Your Non-Verbal Communication Skills, and Eliminate Verbal Ticks
- The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Emails, Texts, and Social Media Posts
- How to Get Noticed for Your Active Listening Skills
- Public Speaking (and Listening!) Master Classes
Make sure you at least register for the first day of the Academy on Handshake, which you can do HERE. If you want to guarantee your spot in all 5 sessions, then follow each of the links below and RSVP to reserve your spot. Remember, there are limited spots, so don’t miss out on this opportunity!
RSVP and learn more about each session through these links: October 15, October 22, October 29, November 5, and November 12. Each session is from 7pm to 9pm via Zoom. You do not have to attend all of the sessions, but it is recommended to attend at least 3, especially the first and last sessions.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) participates in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program. The SULI program is now accepting applications for spring 2021. The deadline to apply is October 7, 2020, at 5 p.m. ET.
Research interns spend 16 weeks at ORNL engaged in a research project under the guidance of a laboratory scientist or engineer. Students should expect to spend approximately 40 hours a week working on their research projects or participating in the provided professional development opportunities.
Selected students receive a stipend of $600 per week during the internship period. Housing information will be provided to interns prior to arrival at the host laboratory. In general, housing opportunities will vary from laboratory to laboratory. An allowance is available for participants placed at host laboratories that are unable to offer direct housing arrangements. Visit the program website for more information.
The Oct 7. deadline is approaching quickly so don’t wait to apply.
Today, 9/24 at 6:30pm: This week’s meeting will consist of a presentation of tips on how to survive all of your midterms.
Zoom Link: Click here.
Thursday, 10/1 at 6:30pm: Dr. Woodward will be speaking to Chem Club about the brewing process. Please submit questions ahead of time so Dr. Woodward can better tailor his presentation to what you’re interesting in learning. You can submit questions by emailing Claire Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The online application for the 2021 Hertz Fellowship is now open through October 23, 2020.
The Hertz Fellowship provides financial and lifelong professional support for the nation’s most promising graduate students in science and technology.
Benefits of the Hertz Fellowship:
- Full tuition equivalent for five years
- $34,000/year stipend – higher if combined with another fellowship
- Powerful community of 1,200+ peers
- Special events, workshops, and networking opportunities
Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) is excited to announce the launch of its new PreDOC program.
PreDOC, which stands for Pre-Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, is an undergraduate engagement program with the purpose of actively educating central Ohio undergraduates about osteopathic medicine and OU-HCOM, as well as connecting them to OU-HCOM students, staff, faculty, alumni and each other. The goal of PreDOC is to create a close-knit community of undergraduate students who are informed and excited about practicing osteopathic medicine and who feel closely connected to OU-HCOM, its mission, and its culture.
The program will hold a monthly session beginning in September and ending in May. PreDOC will be a standing program at OU-HCOM and we hope students will join us as they would a student organization at their home school.
Kickoff Event: Tuesday, September 22, 2020.
Questions can be directed to Terry Porter, email@example.com.
Tuesday, October 6 from 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm
The Science Career Fair is focused on helping you find an internship, a first job, or your next job! The event is open to ALL current Ohio State students and recent alumni. It will be held virtually on Handshake’s Career Fair platform. Mark your calendar now!
Attending employers recruit across a broad range of disciplines, but the focus will be on careers in The Sciences. There will be a large number of private, non-profit, governmental sector companies recruiting for Interns, R&D developers, chemists, microbiologists, lab technicians & scientists, pharmaceutical researchers & sales, medical consulting & sales, medical researchers, medical scribes, data scientists, software analysts, and many other related technical careers. In addition, there will likely be opportunities for technology, marketing, communications, business, data analytics, and engineering students.
Advanced research via Handshake is recommended to determine if a particular employer of interest will be in attendance. Keep checking back, as employers will be registering all the way up to the event. Attending employers seek to fill full-time, entry-level positions, as well as summer internships.
Registration is required on Handshake. Make sure to sign up for company information sessions, as well as 1-on-1 sessions to chat with company recruiters.
Event date: October 4-5, 2020
Explore your options by attending the Big Ten+ Graduate School Expo. This free virtual experience, specifically designed for students considering STEM-related graduate studies, is a great opportunity to learn more about advanced education and chat with representatives from multiple universities.
The Expo features information packed workshops on all phases of the graduate application process and recruiters from top-ranked institutions, including Big Ten universities.
Attendance bonus: All Expos attendees may apply to the Purdue Graduate School for free.
For more information, visit the event website.
Is Graduate School in your future? Whether you are on the fence or have your mind made up about Grad School, getting a head start on the process gives you an edge over other students applying. Ohio State offers the best resource to give you that edge: the Graduate and Professional School Expo, held on September 23rd, 2020 from 12:00 to 5:00 virtually through Handshake.
The Expo hosts Graduate Schools from across the country and allows you to explore your options, gather information, and make connections with admission officers. The Expo also gives you access to Grad School experts, who can provide invaluable tips and advice about the Graduate School admission process. Professional dress is not required.
Current students and recent Ohio State alumni are welcome to attend and should register on Handshake.
September 15-16, 2020 via Handshake
Registration is now open for the Fall Career and Internship Fair. This campus-wide fall career fair is open to Ohio State students across all majors, graduate programs and degree levels. We welcome employers from any industry to recruit undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in every academic program.
A Handshake account is required to participate in this year’s virtual fair experience.
Each academic year, a number of Career Fairs are hosted at Ohio State. For your convenience, the Office of Student Life has compiled a comprehensive list of fairs hosted on Ohio State campuses.