Student/Faculty Research, Mentoring, and Innovation
Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics (OSIG)
The goal of this Sub-committe is to build and follow-up an initiative to provide industry mentors to students.
The role of the mentors are:
1. Advising undergraduate students of the pros/cons of pursuing graduate degrees vs. entering industry.
2. Discussing the reasons why Offshore Geosciences was their chosen career and the level of personal satisfaction they have had in their career.
3. Serving as a resource on senior projects, master theses, and Ph.D. dissertations.
4. Providing guidance on seeking employment where their interest in offshore science and technology can grow.
- Co - Chair, Ed Clukey
Pipeline Lab Tests and Analytical Modeling. Cheuk, C.Y. (2005)
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Upcoming Events 2022
|Jan 11 - Apr 7||2nd Annual Online Engineering Competition|
|Feb 3, Thu||Networking Event|
|Feb 9, Wed||The Role of Geoscience in the Development of Offshore Wind in the US|
|Mar 1, Tue||SSTB Pre-Conference Workshop: Key Elements of Subsea Tiebacks|
|Apr 18 - 22||Subsea Awareness Course|
Upcoming Events 2023
|Sep 12 - 14||9th International OSIG Conference: Innovative Geotechnologies for Energy Transition|
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