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  • It Is Not All Fun and Games; We all Had to Find A Job Eventually! +

    By Don Thoma ’83 and Nick Corazza ‘19 We all remember what it was like back at RSE, the excitement and dread of the job search. Hundreds of resumes, mailed or posted to job boards, read (or not read) by non-responsive human resources departments (or their resume bots), rejections, rejections and finally a job! Of course, what we NOW know is the most effective way to find a job and to advance your career is through networking. Read More
  • A Piece of RSE History Returns Home +

    You Find the Most Amazing Things In Thrift Stores One day last spring, a letter arrived at 1501 Sage Ave. Inside the envelope was a letter from Janice Brown. It seems that she was in a thrift store in Athens, Georgia and she came across an RSE Pin. She did some internet sleuthing and said it “…led me to the Rensselaer Society of Engineers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.”  She kindly sent us the Pin with a nice note.  Many thanks to Janice for taking the time to send us the Pin.  So, if anyone is missing their pin…, start looking Read More
  • Summer Internships Provide Opportunities For Junior Members And Alumni +

    By Noah Grant ’19 and Don Thoma ‘83 The Intern Perspective At RPI, the importance of an internship is stressed throughout the curriculum of Mechanical Engineering. As an undergraduate, it gives us a chance to experience industry practices and begin to build a strong professional network. I spent much of the Fall semester of my Junior year applying to internships where I had no contacts or little networking opportunities before interviewing. During this process, I was blind to the fact that I was already part of an extensive professional network through RSE. Networking has never been first nature for me, Read More
  • RSE Member Made The Ultimate Sacrifice in WWII - Richard M. VanGalder '45 +

    by Eric Stoever '04 For over 100 years, The Approach has served as a symbolic link between the city of Troy and Rensselaer.  Since its renovation and rededication in 1999, The Approach has prominently featured two plaques honoring those members of the Rensselaer community who died fighting in both the First and Second World Wars.  The first plaque honors the 28 men who died in the First World War, among them, four were members of RSE. Read More
  • Real Estate Officer Update +

    The Kitchen Finally Gets A Real Fan! It’s been a reasonably quiet few months for the House.  The Junior Membership replaced the kitchen floor with an epoxy composite during Work Week 2017.  This installation has improved cleanliness and traction.  Our insurance provider stopped by for a quick inspection, and now we’re adding some nice steel railings to the Front Porch staircase on the Union side.  At the Spring ’18 Society Meeting, the Junior Membership was presented a plaque, to be mounted in the Trophy Hall, recognizing their gift of main space light fixture restoration. Read More
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