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Colloquium

ECE Distinguished Colloquium Series

Thursdays at 4 P.M.
Grainger Auditorium, Room 1002 ECE Building

Fall 2020

Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar

"Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar"

Thomas Miebach, Ann Marie Morgan, Michael L.Oelze, & Corey Snyder

Light and Sound:  Integrating Photonics with Ultrasonics

"Light and Sound: Integrating Photonics with Ultrasonics"

Matthew O'Donnell, Ph.D., Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle WA

Illuminating My Career - From Flash Gordon to Laser Surgery

"Illuminating My Career - From Flash Gordon to Laser Surgery"

James J. Wynne, Ph.D., IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

ECE Alumni Awards Panel

ECE Alumni Awards Panel

2020 ECE Alumni Award recipients

Reliability for Large Scale Production Systems

"Reliability for Large Scale Production Systems"

Jim Giles, Ph.D., Engineering Director, Google Drive , Boulder, Colorado

Power Electronics and Energy Access

"Power Electronics and Energy Access"

Deepak Divan, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Distributed Energy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

title of seminar will be announced soon

title of seminar will be announced soon

Yasamin Mostofi, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara

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Colloquium: Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar
Colloquium: Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar

Colloquium: Graduate Student Well-being Informational Seminar | September 10, 2020

This informational seminar will focuses on graduate well-being, including relationships with advisors and peers, recommendations for health, and important resources that are available for students. The featured speaker are:

Thomas Miebach - Thomas is a Clinical Counselor/Crisis Triage Case Manager at the Counseling Center. He oversees the crisis/triage services at the Counseling center, and also serves on Suicide Intervention Team and Suicide Prevention Outreach Team. Thomas coordinates the trauma response services provided to the UIUC campus. Prior to working at the Counseling Center, he worked as a Crisis Clinician providing crisis mental health services to the Champaign-Urbana area.

 

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