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  • HES Fall 2013

    HES Fall 2013

    Welcome back to the new school year HESers! Be sure to join us on our meetings on Wednesdays at 240 Bechtel at 6pm! Remember, our meetings are every other week so our upcoming meeting is on October 16th which will be the Date Auction! See you there! And as always, free food provided!

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  • YES Day

    YES Day

    YES Day! On YES Day, bay area middle and high school students spend a fun and eventful day at UC Berkeley for the annual Young Engineers and Scientists Conference, hosted by the Hispanic Engineers and Scientists. This conference exposes students to the various engineering disciplines through workshops and lab tours.

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  • HES Study Hours

    HES Study Hours

    Hello HESers! This year we will be having HES study hours on Thursdays from 6pm to 12am in Stephens Hall so be sure to stop by and work on homework, meet other HES members or simply say hello! Hope to see you all there!

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  • Bridges Graduate School Tour 2014

    Bridges Graduate School Tour 2014

    Hello HESers! Are you a Junior or Senior planning on attending Graduate school? Apply to the bridges  <a href=””>bridges Graduate School Tour 2014</a>.

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  • Lasik in LA

    Berkeley students with bad vision will want to check out the state-of-the-art LASIK Los Angeles institution and laser refractive center to find out their eye care options. For some students, glasses are the right fit, for others its contacts and for some, it is LASIK surgery.

  • Solar Panels

    Hispanic engineers and scientists understand that solar panels benefits outweigh the costs of not employing solar panels in new building and home constructions. The benefits of solar panels include producing the most efficient renewable energy possible and removing harmful fossil fuels with emissions from the atmosphere.

  • Mechanical Engineers and Embroidery Machines

    Being an engineering major means that you have a wide range of opportunities for careers and employment. Electrical engineers have many options from designing new products to managing power grids. Mechanical engineers might work on large industrial machines or maybe even something smaller like commercial embroidery machines, making them more efficient and environmentally friendly.