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ChE GradExpo 2019: Explore Graduate Studies in Chemical Engineering

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Curious about chemical engineering graduate studies and how to navigate the application process? Wonder where a career in chemical engineering can take you? 

Students from all institutions are invited to apply to attend ChE GradExpo 2019: Explore Graduate Studies in Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan. In this one-day workshop, participants will learn about the graduate school application process and the opportunities that exist for those who pursue graduate work in this impactful discipline. A limited number of travel grants are available for non-U-M visitors.

Event Details: 

  • Who: A one-day workshop for sophomores and juniors considering graduate school
  • When: 9 am-5 pm EST on Friday, April 12, 2019
  • Where: The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus (Lurie Engineering Center and the North Campus Research Complex)
  • Cost: A number of travel grants are available for non-U-M participants

Workshop Highlights:

  • “Life as a PhD student” – Q&A panel with current graduate students
  • In-lab presentations of current research
  • Lunch with faculty and graduate students
  • “Academia vs. Industry” – Q&A panels with current faculty and industry partners
  • Clinic on “How to Prepare a Strong Graduate School Application”
  • Opportunity to receive one-on-one feedback from faculty regarding your application
How to apply
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Complete a brief questionnaire, and upload your resume and unofficial transcript online. Admissions will be issued on a rolling basis.

We will accept applications in three rounds:

- Sept. 1, 2018
- Oct. 15, 2018
- Dec. 1, 2018

For additional workshop information or questions, contact Kelly Raickovich at raick@umich.edu or (734) 647-6207.

To learn more about the University of Michigan Chemical Engineering graduate program, contact Susan Hamlin at hamlins@umich.edu or (734) 763-1148.

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