NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
The Honorable Federico F. Peña
Former U.S. Secretary of Energy and Secretary of Transportation
during the Clinton Administration, and 40th Mayor of Denver
The Honorable Federico F. Peña will discuss progress in reducing our dependence on foreign oil and steps the U.S. can take to achieve energy independence within two decades — including resulting benefits to the U.S. economy and the impact on traditional and clean energy sources. During the moderated Q&A session, he also will provide insight on his leadership journey in both the public and private sectors, and discuss the importance of future collaboration between engineering and business.
Peña is a Senior Advisor at Vestar Capital Partners, a leading private equity firm with offices in New York, Boston and Denver.
Presented as a collaboration between the Leeds School of Business and the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
CLICK HERE to register! Please register by February 12.
CU’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics is hiring students for its Space Flight Operations Team. LASP currently operates four NASA satellites and new missions are on the way! Students participate in all phases of a space project (mission development, integration and test, launch, early orbit, and routine operations).
LASP students have gone on to positions at JPL, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, ULA, AGI, Blue Origin and more.
- Full-time student with 3.0+ GPA in good academic standing
- At least 4 undergrad semesters remaining to commit to working at LASP
- Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends
- US Citizen or Resident Alien
- All majors welcome to apply
These are paid positions. Candidates must be able to work 40 hours a week May 28th – August 9th 2013 for training. Operators will then work 20 hours per week during the school year including occasional nights & weekends.
How to apply:
Send a one-page resume, a cover letter, and a copy of your academic record (unofficial is OK) via email to:
Indicate in the email subject that you’re applying for the “SFOT position.”
Include your email address and the names of three references (teachers,
supervisors, etc.) that we can contact by phone.
Industry Night is here again! Hosted by the Student Leadership Council and BOLD Center, this evening event will feature a keynote speaker and panel of engineering industry professionals who will talk about the importance of diversity in the workplace and how they got to where they are today. You won’t want to miss this great networking opportunity!
MONDAY, DECEMBER 3
Starting at 6:30 pm
Keynote and panel begin at 7:00
In the Discovery Learning Center (DLC)