Monthly Archives: April 2013

Group Meeting: Tomorrow Wed May 1st, from 10am in V516

Hi all,

We will have a group meeting tomorrow, on Wed May 1st from 10am in V516. We will have regular meeting and then a small party with apple cider for cerebrating Florin’s successful presentation in NAWTEC last week. He will share his experience. Please join the group meeting. EESL group meeting is open to everyone who is interested in Energy and Environmental research. Please join us tomorrow.





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via About NYSAR3.

Scholarships – SWANA New York Chapter

2013 Scholarships Opportunity

In an effort to promote education and professional development to SWANA members and their families, the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) has established the Grant H. Flint Scholarship Awards Program. Scholarships/Grants are available at the local SWANA level for all award Categories and at the national SWANA level for Categories I, II and III. In addition, to the Scholarship/Grants at the local level and the national level the SWANA New York Chapter is expanding funding for the scholarship program to include private company sponsorship.

via Scholarships – SWANA New York Chapter.

Spring Anchors Intern Presentations-May 16th, Namm119, 12 pm

Dear All,
You are cordially invited to attend a presentation by the spring BNYDC Anchors Interns to be held on May 16, 2013 from 12-1 pm in Namm 119.  Our interns have worked hard throughout the semester to complete projects at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation in the departments of Design and Construction, Information Technology, Facilities Management and Engineering and Construction Management.  All of you have been essential parts of the program by either helping to lift the Anchors Program off the ground, supporting students by helping with their resumes or personal statements or by writing a recommendation or by attending an information session with students at the BNYDC.
Your presence at this event means a great deal not only to the students whom you have supported, but to the I-Cubed project who thanks you for your assistance with the program and especially for your time.
Please encourage your colleagues to attend on May 16th to support these outstanding students.
We look forward to seeing you on May 16th from 12-1 pm in Namm 119.  Refreshments will be provided.