The School of MIME and College of Engineering host several events throughout the academic year that showcase our high-caliber research projects, or invite industry friends to interact with and recruit our students. Join our industry mailing list to receive announcements and "save the date" reminders about our events.
Oct. 17, 2018 | 3:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering invites you to meet our students at a special networking event immediately following the Oregon State STEM Career Expo. Meet faculty and student leaders, share information about career and internship opportunities at your organization at three 25-minute break-out sessions, and continue to network at the catered reception. Meet students at all levels (first-year through Ph.D.) studying Industrial (IE), Manufacturing (MfgE), and Mechanical Engineering (ME), Materials Science (MatSci) and Robotics (ROB).
Pre-registration is required and closes October 1 or when we reach capacity. Organizations are asked to contribute $1,000 to the OSU Foundation. (Government and non-profit rates are available.) Register here.
Graduate Research Showcase
Feb. TBD, 2019 | 1 to 4 p.m.
The College of Engineering produces graduate students who are conducting groundbreaking research and are working to solve the world's most intractable problems. They are the innovators pushing the limits and the future leaders setting the pace for engineering around the world. You are invited to the third annual Graduate Research Showcase, where you can meet and talk with these students, learn about their research, and find the perfect fit for your company. Learn more about how to take part.
Oregon Stater Awards
Feb. TBD, 2019
In 1998, the College introduced the annual Oregon Stater awards to honor outstanding alumni and friends for their contributions to the engineering profession and to Oregon State University. There are three award categories determined by length of career and accomplishments.
May 18, 2018
A well-attended community event organized by the College of Engineering
inviting the public, with attendees ranging from high school science groups to our industry research partners and advisors, to experience first-hand the prototypes and demos that develop from the senior project Capstone Design
classes. Free public event.
Join our industry mailing list
to receive announcements and "save the date" reminders about this event.