Monday, April 23, 2018
In the News:
Ware Surprised with Builders Exchange of Central Ohio Cornerstone Award
CSM instructor W. Mac Ware was surprised in his class last Thursday with a visit from friends, family, and colleagues to present him with the Builders Exchange of Central Ohio 2018 Cornerstone Award. This award "honors an individual who exemplifies outstanding service and commitment to the local construction industry and community." More information coming soon. Congratulations Mac!
AWARES Graduates Third Class of Students
The Aspiration for Women's Advancement and Retention in Engineering and Sciences (AWARES) program graduated its third class of program participants. Over the course of the academic year, students meet with their peers and one-on-one with a mentor to discuss important topics facing women in science fields.

If you are interested in joining AWARES next year or want to learn more, contact Dr. Gonul Kaletunc.
FABE Majors: join the Buckeye Engineers Work campaign and report your jobs and internships to ECS!

Reporting your job/internship helps:
  • The department maintain its ABET accreditation
  • Fellow graduates/internship seekers evaluate their options
  • Helps employers set competitive wages and experiences

Graduating students who report their job get entered into a drawing for a free ipad. Then, they can come to ECS (199 Hitchcock) for a free Cheryl’s cookie. Report jobs here: 

Report your internship or participate in any of the other BEW opportunities to be entered in a drawing to win a $300 gift card to Easton Shopping Center to buy business attire: 
ASHRAE Columbus Chapter
Applications due April 30th
ASHRAE Columbus Chapter: Scholarship Award Application to both senior high school students or college students. This $1,500, non-renewable, award opportunity is established for any current who plans to pursue a career in Engineering.
Upcoming Events:
Waterman Listening Session for Students
Wednesday, April 25, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m., Howlett Hall 164
The Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory provides hands-on learning opportunities for students, just steps away from campus.As a college team plans for the future of this space, it’s critical to hear studentideas and opinions. What would make Waterman a premiere learning space for students? What principles should guide educational efforts at Waterman?
Join us for pizza and conversation.
Jobs and Internships:
Internships and Co-Ops:
CSM Students: If you are planning to work an internship this summer, let Mac know where you are working so that he can potentially visit your internship this summer!
Employment Opportunities:
OSU Precision Ag Program Seeking Student App Developer
The Precision Ag Program is currently seeking a student app developer. More information about the position can be found below!

Development of an app for agricultural applications, specifically using image acquisition and processing

Ideal candidate:
Proficient in Swift and/or Java
Previous app development experience
Ability to build app based on provided framework

Competitive wages and flexible hours
Fun teammates and collaborative work environment

Interested students should send a resume to Trey Colley ( ).
Seeking CSM and Engineering Graduating Seniors for Emerging Leaders Program
Matrix Service Company is an industrial construction company in the energy sector seeking graduates to enter their Emerging Leaders Program. ELP participants travel to different sites to gain real world experience. Learn more about this opportunity here. To ask questions and apply, contact Brandy Bousquet, Sr. HR Advisor at .
Molly Caren Agricultural Center/Farm Science Review Student Employment Opportunities
The Farm Science Review is looking fill summer student positions and continuation of work into the Fall Semester.

Farm Position Description:
Operation of equipment including tractors, mowers and hand tools; Maintain grounds and field crops; Minor maintenance (preventative and repairing) of buildings and equipment; Assist with the set-up and tear down of Farm Science Review; Ability to work in team environment. 

  • Transportation provided from OSU Campus (FABE Building)
  • Hands-on activities preparing for OSU Farm Science Review
  • Flexible hours
  • Employment available all year
  • Opportunity to interact with agricultural companies and representatives
  • Scholarship opportunities

  • Good work ethic; Experience with agricultural equipment operation helpful; Ability to lift 50 pounds; Valid Ohio driver license required; Basic knowledge of Farm Science Review; Good communication skills

Pay rate:
  • $9.50/hour, potential raise after 40 hours and successful evaluation.

Contact Matthew Sullivan, Superintendent MCAC,
FABE Undergraduate Technical and Research Position
Undergraduate technical and research position available working with Dr. Larry Brown starting second half of spring semester and for the summer. Projects focus on drainage water management demonstration and applied research projects at Waterman Lab and several Northwest Ohio Counties. Specific project components include wood-chip bioreactors for nitrate and phosphate filters to treat agricultural drainage waters; setting up monitoring equipment, collecting water samples, etc. Possibilities for more than one student. Please contact Dr. Brown (Office is 214) at  or 614-292-3826.
As always, keep checking the FABE website for the latest  internship  and  job postings ...
Other Opportunities:
Apply for the President's Prize!
If you could change one thing in this world, what would it be? The President’s Prize is the highest recognition Ohio State bestows on undergraduate students committed to social change, providing two graduating seniors the crucial connections and financial support they need to advance innovative ideas for change in their first year after graduation. Round one applications are open now and due by Friday (7/13). In-person and online information sessions will be held in April, May and June.
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