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Maria Kalevitch, Keynote Speaker at WLMP Graduation Event
April 26, 2017

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Women's Leadership & Mentorship Program - WLMP

https://www.rmu.edu/Undergraduate/womenlead

CEO Lecture Series: Be Curious, Be Courageous, Be Colorful

Featuring: Jerry MacCleary
President, Covestro LLC

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BMLDI  STEM Symposium

Special thanks go to SEMS faculty Dr. Arif Sirinterlikci, Dr. Bill Dress, Dr. Chris Groendyke,   Dr. Matt Maurer,  Dr. Won Joo, Dr. Woodrow Winchester and Dr. Anthony Robins, as well as Dr. Chester Thompson, Director, Student Support and Community Outreach Programs and Co-Director of the Black Male Leadership Development Institute bmldi.com  Additional thanks to our SEMS staff Sarah MacDonald, as well as our NSBE students Nolen Keeys, Warren Buzzell Jr., Daniela Nikama, Zubayr Hussan, Kairel Powell and Jessica Gonzalez.  

SEMS Annual Career Fair

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Dean Maria Kalevitch shown here with visiting Rooney Scholars - Drs. Monwabisi Gantsho and Moloko Ramashala-Gantsho

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The R.K. Mellon Foundation has awarded a $350,000 grant to the School of Engineering, Mathematics, and Science to build a 3-D printing/additive manufacturing lab and classroom at the Energy Innovation Center next to downtown Pittsburgh. Construction will begin next fall, and the school will teach its three certificate programs at the facility. Also, last week SEMS invited high school girls to campus to meet one-on- one with female professionals and undergraduate students and learn about STEM careers. Professionals were RMU alumni working at Curtiss-Wright, GAI Consultants, Michael Baker International, Summa, Philips Respironics, and Comtec Manufacturing.

Won Joo, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, received a $17,000 research grant from the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology to support a project to improve pedestrian safety for senior citizens.

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