Dr. Prabir Mandal recently published a review article in the Journal of Biotechnology and Bioprocessing. His article discusses how Artificial Intelligence Technology can detect COVID-19 at early stages. Relatedly, this diagnosis technique could have huge potential for analyzing large amounts of data quickly. There is increasing evidence that some racial and ethnic minority groups are being disproportionately affected by COVID-19 which Dr. Mandal says, “The socioeconomic impact of the pandemic is staggering, but COVID-19 mostly kills vulnerable individuals of advanced age through an overreaction of the compromised immune system, and there is an urgent need to develop targeted therapies.”
Starting September 7, 2021 from 10:00am-1:00pm and occurring the first week of every month EWU students can walk-in &/or make an appointment to secure a time slot for the various workshops offered:
- Mondays : Mock Interviews (20 minute increments) -Students should come in dressed with professional attire and a description of the employment opportunity they are preparing for &/or seeking. Practice interviews will take place to help them prepare.
- Tuesdays: “Talk Tuesday”- consults will be done with students. They can come into the Career Center for career tests, guidance, questions &/or discussions on career-related topics.
- Wednesdays: “Wednesday Writing”- Students will be able to work on resumes, cover letters, portfolios, etc.. at the career center and have them reviewed.
- Thursdays: “Teach Me Thursday” – Every first Thursday of the month, a specific topic will be discussed. (i.e. personal development, networking, co-working, benefits of social media within certain career fields, guests will also be requested to speak on various topics as well, etc…)
- Fridays: “TGFO” Thank God for Opportunities- New jobs/internship announcements will be posted on the EWU Career website. EWU students can also come into the office to discuss available opportunities as well.