Mar 25

Airgas Early Coffee Chats

106 HUB
10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Airgas will be on campus recruiting for their ACE program, a highly competitive program designed for new college graduates interested in Engineering, Operations & Supply Chain, Finance, e-Commerce, or Human Resources. This a two-year program that offers three eight-month rotations nationwide and is designed to accelerate professional growth through training and exposure to a variety of assignments that impact the company's business productivity and profitability. ACE participants will work directly with leaders and mentors who can contribute to their career development and help them build technical and leadership skills. Each cohort of participants will meet periodically for development sessions to exchange experiences and insights, build new technical and leadership skills and help strengthen their network and relationships. At the completion of the program, Airgas will work with successful participants to find full-time roles with the company that match their skills, aspirations, and interests. RSVP for a timeslot in Nittany Lion Careers (go to Events>Workshops and search for Airgas in the keyword search).


Mar 27

Deloitte Foundation Core Consulting Series

103 Bank of America Career Services Center
5:30–7:30 p.m. (10:30 p.m. for case)

The Core Consulting Series program is an analytics- and skills-based training open to all Penn State students, in any major or year. During this program, students will have the opportunity to participate in core skills training programs and an analytics-based case competition. During these activities, students will learn and practice consulting, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Casual attire. For any questions, please contact Ilsa Snyder (


Mar 27

Naval Nuclear Laboratory Information Session

75 Willard Building
6:00–7:00 p.m.

Recruiters will talk about electrical, computer, and software engineering opportunities at the Naval Nuclear Laboratory, the U.S. Navy's trusted partner for superior propulsion design, technology, testing, training, and support. EE, CMPSC, and CMPEN majors; U.S. citizenship is required for employment.


Mar 28

Niagara Bottling Meet and Greet

134 HUB
12:00 noon–2:00 p.m.

Team members from Niagara Bottling will provide résumé and interview tips, networking opportunities with engineers and operations professionals, and an exclusive look into the company's recruiting plans for 2020 and beyond. Lunch will be provided. Bring résumés. All engineering majors are welcome. RSVP for a timeslot in Nittany Lion Careers (go to Events>information Sessions and search for Niagara in the keyword search).


Mar 29

Seminar: "Nuclear Security: Policy and Practice"

Gursahaney Family E-Knowledge Commons, Reber Building
11:00 a.m.–12:00 noon

Shadi Ghrayeb, a Penn State NUCE and School of International Affairs alumnus (M.S. '08, SIA '12, Ph.D.'13) will discuss his career at the intersection of nuclear engineering and U.S. nuclear policy and regulation. Dr. Ghrayeb is a nuclear engineer (Division of Reactor Projects, Region 1 Office) with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). The goal of his current work for the NRC is protecting the public and the environment in the area of nuclear safety by conducting inspections and overseeing enforcement and emergency response programs for nuclear reactors in the northeastern U.S. He previously worked at the NRC as a nuclear engineer in the Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards, Division of Spent Fuel Management through the Nuclear Safety Professional Development Program and also served as a technical adviser for the NRC’s Nuclear Incident Response Team. Prior to joining the NRC, he worked as a nuclear engineer for the U.S. Department of Energy in Idaho Falls, Idaho. This seminar will be of interest to those interested in the policy decisions that inform engineering practice and the ways that science shapes sound policy-making. All NUCE majors are welcome, as well as students in other engineering majors who are interested in nuclear security. Casual attire. Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP to attend.


Apr 04

Deloitte Consulting StartUp Penn State Kickoff

125 Business Building
1:00–2:30 p.m.

StartUp Penn State is a competition that will give students the opportunity to propose a new technology-related solution to improve the campus. Over the course of a week, students will work on developing the pitch for their technology solution with the help of Deloitte professionals with experience in start-up concepts and bringing new products to market. Pitch review/office hours will follow the kickoff (2:30-5:00 p.m.); final pitches will be presented on Friday, April 5, 1:00-3:00 p.m. in 103 Bank of America Career Services Center. All undergraduate students in all majors are eligible to apply (through March 26). Students who don't have an idea can still apply to participate as part of a team. Contact Tyler Focht ( with any questions.


Apr 04

Intel Ph.D. Tech Talk and Recruiting Event

75 Willard Building
6:00–7:30 p.m.

Ph.D.-level students in STEM degree programs (in particular CHE, EE, MATSE, and ME) are invited to attend a presentation about Leading-Edge Silicon Technology Development, hosted by Intel's Michael Painter. Openings are available in the company's Logic Technology Development (LTD) group. Bring résumés. Casual attire. Interviews for selected students will be held on April 5.



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College of Engineering

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The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4710

Phone: 814-863-1032