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2nd Annual Networking Night

Hello bioengineering undergraduates, graduates, and post-docs! 

Gender Minorities in Bioengineering (GMBE) at UCSD is excited to announce that we will be hosting our second annual Networking Night on Friday, March 3rd from 5-7pm. We hope to bring together over a 100 Bio-E students, faculty members, and industry professionals who identify as women or other marginalized genders to expand their professional networks. Through this event, GMBE is trying to improve the bioengineering field by connecting women and members of gender minorities with local industries and academic professionals. 

Our Networking Night would give you the chance to build personal relationships with highly motivated and skilled UCSD students and postdocs. If you’re interested, our event is also facilitating a mentorship program that pairs you with a student you connected with at the event. 

The event will be in-person at the UCSD Stage Room. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be provided! Please RSVP and reserve a ticket for “Student” by February 17th. Space is limited!

We look forward to seeing you there!

REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/462024185777

Please note this event is for those who identify as women or another gender minority in bioengineering/biotechnology.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Calling all bioengineering students! It’s that time of year again when undergraduates applying to graduate school are going through their first round of PhD interviews. BEGS/GMBE will be holding Graduate School Mock Interviews and we need both undergraduates and graduates to sign up!

Graduates: If you would like to interview undergrads PLEASE SIGN UP HERE

Undergraduates: If you would like to prepare for your PhD interviews PLEASE SIGN UP HERE

** Please note that all logistics including scheduling and interviewer/interviewee pairings will be organized by the BEGS/GMBE committee. We will also provide a list of interview questions as a guide. THERE WILL BE FOOD!!

Date: Tuesday, January 31st

Time: 7-8:30 pm

Location: Price Center West Bear Room

If you have any questions please contact:

Gayathri Donepudi (gdonepudi@ucsd.edu

Talia Baddour (tbaddour@ucsd.edu

Women in STEM News

2/17/22

We are kicking off black history month by introducing our new blog, “Spotlight,” where we discuss a new women or other-gendered role model in bioengineering every month. Representation is important! These women prove that their unique backgrounds lend strength to their personal developments and progress in bioengineering. Looking for more role models this month? Check out this great list of 50 Black Women in STEM you should know about!

1/27/22

The UCSD Bioengineering Career Fair is Friday Feb 11, 2022 from 9am-12pm. If you are seeking current of future hiring opportunities, attend this evet to network with industry professionals. See the flyer here to register. You must register to receive further information about the event!

1/19/22

The Global Women in STEM Leadership Summit will be held in Atlanta, GA this year from June 6-7. Women leaders will share their knowledge on how to succeed in their fields through speeches, chats, and workshops. Register here.

1/19/22

Intel Corporation is sponsoring a scholarship through Society of Women Engineers (SWE) ranging from $5,000-$10,000 for women pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees in STEM. Apply here before the application deadline, Feb 15, 2022.

SWE will also be holding its annual conference in Houston, TX from Oct 20-22. Apply here by March 14, 2022 to give a talk, present a poster, or attend the conference and support women engineers and technologists.

10/21/21

Congratulations to UCSD Graduate Women in Computing (GradWIC) for being awarded the International Xilinx Women in Technology University Grant! Award funds will be used to increase participation of underrepresented minorities in computational fields by supporting GradWIC’s mentorship and outreach programs. See full article here.