December 2013 e-Newsletter

Columbia Engineering
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December 2013 Highlights
 
Placing a sheet of atomically-thin graphene into a feedback circuit causes spontaneous self-oscillation that can be tuned to create frequency modulated (FM) signals.
Led by Professors James Hone and Kenneth Shepard, the team has taken advantage of graphene's special properties to create a nano-mechanical system that can create FM signals.
 
DEC
12
10 On the Park, Time Warner Center
Join Columbia Engineering in Columbus Circle for a night of entrepreneurship. The event will feature a panel discussion and a networking reception featuring new Columbia start-ups.
 
JAN
17
Celsius at Bryant Park
Join recent alumni at one of the hottest venues in town for charity, networking, and premium open bar!
 
 
JAN
23
Heartland Brewery
Join CEAA in Times Square for an evening of beer tasting and alumni networking. Tickets to the event include a cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres in addition to the guided beer tasting with a Heartland Brewery sommelier.
 
Help us generate excitement for Alumni Reunion Weekend. Pledge to attend now and you'll receive an email reminder when registration goes live. It's a fun and easy way to let friends and fellow classmates know you plan to attend.
 
 
See the full schedule of info sessions the Alumni Representative Committee is hosting around the United States for alumni who are interested in getting involved in their area.
 
 
DEC
13
This webinar will include an overview of flexible work options, including finding flexible career fields and employers, starting a flexible business, and changing your current work situation.
 
Watch the calendar for up-to-date information regarding networking breakfasts and evening events, hosted monthly for CU Alumni.
 
 
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