Take the Big Ten Challenge

As a new member of the Big Ten conference, the Rutgers Engineering Society (RES) is looking to score big among our engineering peers on LinkedIn. Let's move the bar together. Join the RES LinkedIn network today and help us build an engineering community that leads the Big Ten.

Once you are on LinkedIn, simply search for us: Rutgers Engineering Society

LinkedIn Membership for Engineering Schools (approximate)

Purdue: 5,000

Penn State: 4,000

8th Annual Alumni-Student Speed Networking

You are cordially invited to participate in the Rutgers Engineering Society's 8th Annual Rutgers Alumni-Student Career Speed Networking. Dedicated to providing support and networking opportunities to current Rutgers students before they graduate alumni from various career fields will interact with students during short “Speed Networking” intervals to provide career advice and networking tips and to help students become confident job-seekers. The evening also includes time for alumni-to-alumni networking. Please join us and enjoy a rewarding night filled with fun and opportunity!

Networking Lunch

Are you ready for a break? We are!

Please join us for a fun event on Tuesday, November 5th from 11:30am – 1:30pm (stop in anytime) in the Busch Campus Center Cove. The goal of the Networking Lunch is to bring together the engineering community for an afternoon of food and socializing activities.   

All SOE faculty, staff, and students are invited. We will have lunch, dessert, and coffee/tea/water! Please share the invitation attached.  RSVP to me TODAY if you will be stopping by so that I can get a head count.

Rutgers Team Inspection of Niagara Dam Leads to Innovative Partnership

Led by their chair Nenad Gucunski, a team of researchers from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering demonstrated new non-destructive evaluation technologies at the Robert Moses Niagara Power Station in Lewiston, New York. The demonstration's success has led to a new partnership between the department and International Climbing Machines and Southwest Research Institute. 

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