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Gone to Engineering
8/25 6PM Welch Hall 3.502
For incoming grads, we'll also have a panel of older grad students to answer questions and even have some giveaways to raffle off.
Tickets on sale now on Eventbrite and our facebook page GEC (Graduate Engineering Council), PGSA (Psychology Graduate Students Association), and HEASPA (Higher Education Administration Student Professional Association) would like to invite all our fellow grad students to THE ARK to enjoy good company, cool water, and the abundant Texas sunshine!
Livestrong Charity Bike Ride
This year we are putting together a GEC team for the 2015 Livestrong Austin Challenge, a charity bike ride whose proceeds go toward fighting cancer. It's happening on October 18th, and there's no minimum fundraising required, but there is a registration fee. When signing up, be sure to join the group UT Austin GEC.
If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more specific information and potentially a 40% discount code on the registration. Find more information about the ride here.
GAIN 2016 Committee Calling for Application
What is GAIN?
The Graduate Engineering Council (GEC) is currently recruiting committee members for its Spring event, the Graduate and Industry Networking (GAIN) conference, which is taking place on February 4th here at UT. GAIN provides the opportunity for UT graduate engineering students to showcase their research and to network with industry representatives.
GAIN 2015 had 40 industry representative from 10 corporate partners, over 70 graduate presenters, and over 150 graduate students in attendance. To ensure its growing success for GAIN 2015, GEC is looking for capable individual to help with event organization. It is a great opportunity to gain experience in leadership, teamwork, professionalism, and event organization.
Positions Available & Respective Responsibilities
GAIN Committee Members
The core values of The University of Texas at Austin are learning, discovery, freedom, leadership, individual opportunity, and responsibility. Each member of the university is expected to uphold these values through integrity, honesty, trust, fairness, and respect toward peers and community.
- UT Honor Code