Science, Technology, Engineering & Sustainability

“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”—Robert Swan (Author)


We believe that the next generation of  leaders needs the vision and tools to build a sustainable future. The Science, Technology, Engineering & Sustainability career community is designed to facilitate opportunities, networking, collaboration, and mentorship in an environment that utilizes technological tools and the scientific method to addresses real-world issues and promote adaptability and innovation.

Student Spotlight: Liubov Khanova ‘C21 – Future Dentist

Liubov Khanova C’21                   

Major: Chemistry
Minors: Biology and Studio Art
Gamma Sigma Epsilon (GSE) National Chemistry Honor Society
Launch Career Community: Medicine and Health Professions, Science, Technology, Engineering & Sustainability, and Arts, Communications & Languages
Launch Identity/Affinity Community: International Student

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8 Entry-Level Roles to Break Into the Technology Industry

Tech is an ever-changing field responsible for many of the newest innovations we use every day—making it an exciting industry to work in. And even though people often assume that entering the tech industry as an entry-level candidate requires a …

By Yanira Guzmán - The Muse
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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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New Immersive Experience! The Madison Ambulance Cadet Program

Interested in exploring emergency medicine, public health, or other careers in the medical field? Have you ever thought about becoming an EMT? The Madison Ambulance (MVAC) Cadet Program was just approved as an IMMX. This semester-long program provides Drew students …

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Welcome to Launch Bridges

Launch Bridges Micro-Internships:
Enhance your résumé and complete an Immersive Experience by working with an expert on a project of your interest

Launch Bridges micro-internships are short project-based experiences designed to develop your network, enhance your résumé, and complete an …

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Two Drew University Professors Named to Project Pericles Cohorts

Minjoon Kouh and Jens Lloyd honored for attention to civic engagement in their courses

June 2021 – Drew University professors Minjoon Kouh and Jens Lloyd have been recognized by Project Pericles for their current and future courses that incorporate civic engagement …

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Congratulations to the Class of 2021!!!
While you embark on this exciting next chapter in your life, one concern you …

Need to create a resume from scratch and not sure where to start?  Want to clean up your existing resume …

Internship Alternatives (If COVID-19 Canceled Yours)

The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically affected summer internship programs, but check out these creative alternatives to consider!

 

Women’s Scholarship

Don’t miss this scholarship opportunity from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) – Greater Wayne Area Branch!

Applications are …

Vault Guides

Vault Career Guide to the Internet and Social Media, Third Edition

In the United States alone, roughly 87 percent of the population use the Internet, many of whom participate in social …

Vault Career Guide to Energy, Third Edition

In the midst of an energy boom that has positioned the United States as one of the world’s top oil-producing …

Vault Guide to Nanotechnology Jobs, Second Edition

The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for a career …

New Courses and Special Electives

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Prof. Lisa Jordan
This course introduces Geographic Information Systems (GIS): a combination of the hardware, software, and community involved in the collection, distribution,…

Food, Justice, and US Literature

Prof. Summer HArrison
This course examines the intersection of food, justice, and 20th/21st century U.S. literature in order to understand how our ideas…