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The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) is ideally situated to take full advantage of today's advances in engineering. Located in Washington, D.C., the heart of one of the largest and most comprehensive technology centers in the nation, we harness our strong connections to influential institutions to deliver a unique combination of research, learning and leadership experiences for our

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Happy Holidays from everyone at GW SEAS OGA. Reminder: our office will be closed from Dec 24-Jan 2. Enjoy the winter season and we look forward to seeing you in the new year!

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Don't miss your opportunity to apply to one of our graduate programs at GW SEAS. The deadline in Jan 15th!

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Join us in a LIVE CHAT as we answer all of your questions about the graduate programs, admissions process, and more at the School of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Meet Bengisu! A second year PhD student at the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department. She also has completed her master's degree in the same department in Spring 2020.

Bengisu loves playing tennis, sightseeing, learning new languages. She is also interested in thermal Science, energy, and additive manufacturing.

Bengisu, along with the rest of our ambassadors, is available for chatting on our website:

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Join our admissions team on Tuesday, December 21 at 10am EST for a live chat to discuss any questions you have about your application! Learn more and register today:

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GW SEAS alumnus Andre Douglas, Ph.D. in Systems Engineering ‘21, has been selected to join NASA’s 2021 astronaut candidate class, the first new class of astronauts announced in four years. Dr. Douglas is one of 10 new astronaut candidates from a field of more than 12,000 applicants to represent the United States and work for humanity’s benefit in space, NASA announced.

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Photo cred: NASA

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We still have a few sessions left! Make sure to register to learn more about becoming a GW SEAS student in your department!

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Meet Shruty!

She is currently pursuing her thesis in the field of robotics, and is developing a robot dog that can be used for therapy or assisting the elderly and those with intellectual disabilities.

Shruty also enjoys traveling and playing the guitar!

You can chat with Shruty or another one of our current students on our website here:

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Meet Yuan!

Yuan is interested in machine learning within the domain of natural language processing and computer vision. She also loves playing the piano, guitar, harmonica, and exploring restaurants around DC.

Yuan also spent last summer at Apple as a research software engineer intern!

You can chat with her more about her experience at GW on our website:

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The Division for Student Affairs invites students to attend Midnight Breakfast on Thursday, December 9, 2021 from 10 PM - 12 AM in the University Student Center.

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Who doesn't love free gifts?? Pass by our offices on the 2nd floor of the SEH and pick up a study care package this afternoon!

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Destress Fest is here! With finals approaching we could all use some brain food! Come join us this morning outside our offices on the 2nd floor of the SEH for some delicious bagels and coffee!

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Destress fest is this week! Join us in the Wilbur Harlan Greenhouse on the 8th floor of the SEH this Thursday to create your own terrarium! Registration will be limited for this event due to space/supply restrictions so please register here:

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Thinking of applying to GW SEAS? Come join one of our upcoming department info sessions to learn more about the programs! Sessions are happening over the next two weeks. Follow the link to register:

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Meet Rose! Her research focuses on the next generation of implantable electrical devices for treating abnormal heart rhythms. In one of her projects, she created a pacemaker that can dissolve in the body once therapy is complete.

This past summer, she did an internship at Stryker Emergency Care. She worked on the research team to assess the defibrillation efficacy of two different automated external defibrillators.

Pre-Covid, Rose was a really big fan of yoga! However, now she's really into biking. Last spring, she did a cherry blossom bike ride around Hains Point with her friends!

Congrats, Rose, on your accomplishments. Wishing you all the best moving forward!

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Congrats to Prof. Sorger on his election as a 2022 Optica Fellow for "outstanding innovations in the research and development of opto-electronic and nanophotonic devices, and for community leadership".

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This live chat is for all students admitted to one of the graduate programs at GW SEAS. Please register ahead or join us the day of to ask us all of your questions.

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Finals can be a stressful time for everyone. So mark your calendars and come relax with us at the SEAS Grad Destress Fest! Join us from December 7th-9th for fun activities to help you relax and reset! More info coming soon.

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Join us as we discuss the graduate admissions process and funding opportunities at the School of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Happy Thanksgiving! Reminder that our offices will be closed on Thu & Fri. Enjoy your break!

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Reminder! Don't miss the sign up date for the Three Minute Thesis Competition in Spring 2022!

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Stay tuned as we get to know our grad ambassadors better! In the coming weeks we will be highlighting our grad ambassadors' accomplishments and interests!

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This is a special topic lecture for the Course CSCI 3907/6907 Augmented and Virtual Reality. This talk will focus on the Metaverse, and what it means for the future of augmented reality and virtual reality.

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We are excited to announce that applications are now open for the first cohort of the National Science Foundation Research Trainee fellowship in Designing Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence Systems.

Learn more by registering for our upcoming webinar:

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Reminder! Don't forget to join Dr. Lorrie Cranor as she talks about using her creative side to enhance her career!

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Join Dr. Yuri Bazilevs discuss the development in IGA-shell modeling, starting from the early results and transitioning to (very) recent developments and practical applications.

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In her first speech before the GW community, Vice Provost for Research Pamela Norris spoke about her research in nanoscale heat transfer and the need for greater diversity and inclusion in engineering. Dr. Norris previously served as executive dean and as the Frederick Tracy Morse Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science and has decades of experience as an international leader in her field.

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Join SEAS Grad Services for Quick Bytes!

Each month we will gather together virtually for one hour to discuss short pieces of media or pop-culture that center around a new theme. For November we will be focusing on the iHeart podcast entitled, "How Sarcasm Works". There is also an optional supplemental reading titled "The Science of Sarcasm? Yeah, Right" from the Smithsonian Magazine.

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Are you interested in employment in the U.S. following completion of your program? We invite you to join this webinar hosted by the ISO’s expert advisors to learn how to obtain post-graduation work authorization while on an F-1 visa.

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Join the International Student Community Ambassadors (ISCA) to learn about effective preparation tips and communication strategies that will increase your confidence and help you stand out at virtual and in-person job interviews.

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