SHPE Conference is the largest technical and career conference for Hispanics and Latinos in the country!
*If you are one of the first 20 people to complete 20 points SHPE will help with $250, for questions about points please contact Mitzi Fernandez.196.
Where: Seattle, WA When: November 2nd-6th Cost:
Due October 1st
Registration with Lodging $345:Due October 14th
For questions please contact Kevin Chenault.29 and for payment Estefania Fernandez.240
Fifth General Body Meeting
Grad School & Career Opportunities for Graduate Students
Come learn about graduate school as well as academic/industry career paths available for Masters and Ph.D level students.
October 7th @ 5:15pm Where:
Genentech is currently recruiting for position in the Process Development Rotation Program (PDRP) in U.S. Biologics Technical Development at South
San Francisco, CA, to begin employment February or August 2016. For more information click
SHPE is initiating a new program called the MentorSHPE. This will consist of an upperclassmen and an underclassmen partnership! The upperclassmen would
advise on academic activities, help with professional development, and get to spend one-on-one time with the underclassmen. If interested in becoming a mentor or a mentee click
here and if you have any questions please contact Nick Fernandez.202.
*More mentees are needed at this time
Graduate School Visit
Visit a grad school for free! For more information click
here or email Alex Avendano.8
College of Engineering Tailgate When:
October 1st Shifts: 1-4 Hour shifts from 8am-12pm
Outreach K-12 When:
September 27th Time: 3:30-4:30pm
*If you sign up please email Paloma Cooper.2337 with your shift information
Academic Coaching in Engineering
Academic Coaching in Engineering (ACE) tutoring offers engineering students a study space with SHPE,
NSBE, and other tutors. There are also available rooms if you want a quiet study space. Remember, scholarships for attendance will be available at the end of the semester so don't miss out! Please contact Paloma Cooper.2337 if you have any questions.
OSU SHPE is still in need of exams/quizzes for our Test Bank. Our goal is to help everyone prepare for
midterms and final exams in certain courses. As of right now, the courses that we have exams/quizzes for are shown up above. If you would like information to a certain course or want to help add more exams to our bank please feel free to contact Natalie Dalea.2.
*Remember this is a tool for ACTIVE SHPE MEMBERS ONLY and in order to have access to the test bank a "donation" must be given.
LASER Student volunteers needed to visit high schools known as LASER Hubs once a week to help students prepare for college, find scholarships, work on essays, fill out common application,
and compare universities. For any questions and more information contact Elena Costello.45
here for the Hub locations
Entre Nos Entre Nos is a support group for Latinx students. It is a space to share stores, struggles, and triumphs as we move together towards achieving the academic and career goals. Where: Student Life Multicultural Center Alonso Family Room When: October 4th @ 6pm *For other Hispanic Heritage Month events click
Sõl Con Latino and African American comics have been traditionally sidelined in the mainstream. During Hispanic Heritage Month, The Ohio State University Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted
the first annual SÕL-CON: The Brown and Black Comix Expo. Click here
for the schedule of events. Where: Hale Hall MLK Room When: October 14th-16th @ 9am-5pm
Café con Leche Leveraging your Hispanic/Latino/a Identity for your career. Hosted by Franciso Gomez-Bellenge, College of Business. Click
here for more information and events. Where: TBD When: October 13th @ 4pm-5pm
Meme of the Week:
Quote of the Week:
"One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key
to self-confidence is preparation."-Arthur Ashe
SHPE @ The Ohio State University Minority Engineering Program
122 Hitchcock Hall
2070 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH. 43120-1275
Advisor: Lisa Barclay
Co-Advisor: Anabel Galan