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One student's story about navigating classes, cancer, and chemo—and getting by with help from fellow Huskies.

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14 Floors: The Silicon Valley Experience

Four days, 12 visits, 28 hours of company tours puts students smack-dab in the middle of high-tech.

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9 hours ago - Even our mascot Blizzard T. Husky prepared for Career Fair!
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14 hours ago - Participate in Career Fair—it's No. 48 on the #huskybucketlist. Recruiters, eat a pickled egg this week and knock another one off the list.
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Yesterday - Imagine you fractured your tibia snowboarding. The doctors put your leg in a cast and you wait weeks or months for your bone to heal. Your doctor probably recommends (or requests) physical therapy (PT) to help healing. What if there were a technology that could shave a few weeks off of your PT time so you could get back on the board faster? This could soon be possible with “smart” implantable devices and cell therapy, two lines of research at the cutting edge of biomedical engineering.
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Yesterday - Wednesday evening at 7:30: The Social Justice Lecture Series continues with Reverend Sharon Washington Risher. Reverend Risher was catapulted into the limelight after her mother and eight others were killed in the Charleston, South Carolina shooting at the Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in 2015. Reverend Risher’s talks cover her personal experience losing loved ones to gun violence, race, racism and hate in America, as well as the path to forgiveness and an offering of hope for tomorrow. This lecture is free, however tickets are required.