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Do you use Engineering Village (aka Compendex)? Your comments on a new interface are needed!


Calling all Engineering Village users! Join Helen Josephine and Steven Petric, Product Manager, Engineering Village for a 30 minute discussion/feedback session concerning an upcoming enhancement to Engineering Village. Snacks and prizes provided for those who attend.

Please register here for the session:
Fri, Feb 11, 10am-11am


Citation Tools Overview Workshop

Citation Tools

Did you know Stanford Libraries provide free access to RefWorks and EndNote Web? Interested in learning about the advantages of Zotero or Mendeley? Please bring your lunch and join us to learn how citation management tools can help you track your research and simplify creating your papers.

All faculty, students, and staff are welcome to attend!

Dates:
Tuesday, January 18 - Huang Engineering Center Room 305
Wednesday, January 19 - Huang Engineering Center Room 305

Time:
Noon to 1 pm

To sign-up, please register here: http://tinyurl.com/4ht4au2

Light snacks will be provided.


Career Development Center Drop-in Sessions @ Huang

The CDC will conduct one-on-one career counseling drop-in sessions in the Huang Engineering Center, Room #8.
First come, first served, sessions are 15 minutes in length.

  • Wednesday, January 5, 4pm-5pm
  • Tuesday, January 11, 4pm-5pm
  • Wednesday, January 19, 4pm-5pm
  • Wednesday, January 26, 4pm-5pm

"What I Know Now: Letters to My Younger Self"

ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVES SEMINAR (E311A)
This year's theme is based on the best-selling book,What I Know Now:Letters to My Younger Self
Thursdays, 4:15 PM – 5:05 PM
Thornton 110
Organized by the Mechanical Engineering Graduate Women’s Group.

The ME Graduate Women's Group has offered ME/E 311A, a 1-unit seminar series, every year since the group's inception in 1998. Speakers are asked to address the factors, experiences, and lessons that have been particularly important to their success in industry, academia, and... life.

The list of speakers for the 2011 seminar can be found at http://www.stanford.edu/group/mewomen/
Cookies and tea served at 4pm.


Happy New Year 2011!

Welcome back to campus! Come by the Library and look at our digital bulletin board just outside our door. We post information on special events and speakers. If you have an upcoming event, send us an email with the details and we will post the information on the "big screen".

Check out the new content in the "What's New" section of our website. Click on the "What's New" tab to read an RSS feed of recently published articles by SoE faculty as well as RSS feeds of new e-books and new print books available from the Engineering Library.

Helen Josephine, Head of the Engineering Library


2011 MAP Sustainable Energy Fellowships

MAP Fellowships are available to all Stanford students and recent alumni (graduated within last 3 years). The eighteen Fellowships at eight non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are located throughout the United States, as well as in China and Thailand. They are a tremendous opportunity for individuals interested in exploring a career in sustainable energy advocacy, education, application, research or policy.

Fellowships of 3-, 6- and 12-month duration are available at:


Student Opportunites from NSF and NASA

PathwaysToScience.org is a portal website supporting pathways to the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Particular emphasis is placed on connecting traditionally underrepresented groups with STEM programs and resources, including funding and mentoring opportunities.


THE KAILATH LECTURE AND COLLOQUIUM


The 2010 Kailath Lecture and Colloquium at Stanford University, Friday, November 12, 2010, will focus this year on the origins, development and future of the Internet.

Leonard Kleinrock, Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at UCLA, will deliver the Kailath Lecture at 9:30am at the Huang Engineering Center's Mackenzie Room. The current lineup of speakers for this colloquium is below.

For program updates, please visit:
http://kailathlecture.stanford.edu

For registration, please visit:
http://www.certain.com/system/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x971509356e
Registration is necessary to reserve a seat at the colloquium. There is no charge.


Engineering Library Workshop on Scopus and xSearch: Do More Searching in Less Time

Learn About Scopus and the New xSearch Tool for Enhanced Searching

Please bring your lunch and join us for our continuing series of workshops. Searching of multiple databases in related disciplines uncovers articles, books and reports critical to your research. Demos will include a comparison of ISI Web of Knowledge, Scopus and the new Stanford Libraries' xSearch tool. E-mail alerts for subject, titles, and authors will also be covered.

All faculty, students and staff are welcome to attend!

Date: Tuesday, November 2, Noon-1pm
Where: Huang 203, outside the Terman Engineering Library

Date: Thursday, November 4, Noon-1pm
Where: Y2E2 Conference Room 105 (near the Coupa Café)

Date: Monday, November 8, Noon-1pm
Where: Y2E2 Conference Room 105 (near the Coupa Café)

To sign-up, click on this Google docs link and select the workshop you will attend : http://tinyurl.com/24ra3cb

Cookies will be provided.


Articulate Your Research Agenda--Workshop for Advanced Doctoral Students

Can you answer these questions about your research? These are crucial steps in the path to becoming a professional in your discipline.

  • What will your distinctive intellectual contribution be?
  • How does your work relate to directions in your field?
  • Can you locate yourself in your field and articulate your distinctive research agenda?

Advanced doctoral students (4th year and above) in the School of Engineering are invited to participate in a hands-on workshop to help you articulate a post-dissertation research agenda that will locate your research within your field and envision your future research as you enter academia, research or the private sector. These research agenda statements will be helpful in your applications for post-doctoral fellowships and job applications.


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