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NOBCChE Fall Meeting

November 29, 2012 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
341 IMU, Purdue Room

The purpose of this meeting is to recruit and interact with new and old members in hope of creating a welcoming environment for all STEM majors. There will also be a presentation by Dr. Susan Johnson on effective time management and making the most of our time. The general body meeting is aimed at presenting NOBCChE and all the laudable benefits one can obtain by being a member. We will also be discussing tools and support that NOBCChE can offer to you in enhancing and advancing your career either in the world of academia or in industry, and how you can have a hand in developing future scientists and engineers.

Do you want to learn how to make the most of your time and gain tools that can enhance and advance your career in the world of academia or in industry? We are inviting students and faculty of The University of Iowa to this semester's general body meeting of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) Iowa City Chapter.

When: Thursday, November 29th
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Where: Purdue Room (#341) IMU
Dinner Provided---RSVP Requested
(For those with schedule conflicts, please feel free to RSVP and attend any time during the meeting.)

The purpose of this meeting is to recruit and interact with new and old members in hope of creating a welcoming environment for all STEM majors. There will also be a presentation by Dr. Susan Johnson on effective time management and making the most of our time. The general body meeting is aimed at presenting NOBCChE and all the laudable benefits one can obtain by being a member. We will also be discussing tools and support that NOBCChE can offer to you in enhancing and advancing your career either in the world of academia or in industry, and how you can have a hand in developing future scientists and engineers.

NOBCChE is committed to the discovery, transmittal, and application of knowledge in the fields of science and engineering. The mission of NOBCChE therefore is to build an eminent community of scientists and engineers by increasing the number of minorities in these fields.

*This group is especially beneficial for underrepresented groups in the STEM fields.*
(STEM = Science Technology Engineering Mathematics)

Your presence will be greatly appreciated. For upcoming events and info, join us, Iowa NOBCChE, on Facebook or drop us an email at the address below. Hope to see you November 29th!

If you have any questions please contact:
Victoria Henry, President
NOBCChE, UI Chapter
nobc_che@engineering.uiowa.edu
victoria-henry@uiowa.edu