Technology, Engineering, Physical Sciences

Technology, Engineering, Physical Sciences

Green Hall 441
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
Tel 781-283-2910
fadjorlo@wellesley.edu

Complex problems. Big questions. Investigation and inquiry. In-depth research. Long-term solutions. Innovation and creativity.

The Technology, Engineering, and Physical Sciences (TEPS) Career Community covers a broad range of career paths and opportunities, but all of them will in some way interact with the themes of problem solving and scientific inquiry. Those involved in the TEPS community are people who are passionate about using their knowledge, skills, and talents to grapple with these themes and work their way toward real-world solutions.

What are some of the real-world topics in need of exploration and solutions in this area? Climate change. Internet of Things. Mars missions. Self-driving cars. Data security. STEM education. Clean energy. These are some of the “breaking news” trends that have emerged over the past several years. With the rapid development of technology and the exponential growth of innovative industries in need of problem solvers, we will continue to see these topics and more evolve as solutions are found and new questions are asked. Individuals in a variety of roles are needed to work on solutions to these questions.

In a traditional sense, the TEPS career community offers opportunities that align with the following academic fields: astronomy and astrophysics, chemistry, computer science, environmental studies, engineering, geosciences, math, and physics. However, since major does not necessarily equal career, anyone with an interest in these academic fields or industry areas can find a segment of their own career journey within the TEPS community.

TEPS opportunities can be found in every sector: academia, government, for-profit industries, and nonprofit industries. Whether you are interested in working in a lab, a start-up, government offices, a classroom, an established corporation, somewhere in-between, or somewhere beyond, you can find opportunities as an analyst, designer, developer, educator, engineer, laboratory technician, policy analyst, programmer, project manager, research scientist, science writer, teacher, and more.  

You are welcome to explore the Technology, Engineering, and Physical Sciences career community and learn more about how your interest areas can connect to real-world opportunities.

Technology, Engineering, Physical Sciences

Green Hall 441
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
Tel 781-283-2910
fadjorlo@wellesley.edu

Office hours 

Appointments can be scheduled for Monday – Friday. To make an appointment visit Handshake.

Pop-up advising hours 

Tues, 2:30 – 4:30 pm
Campus Center Info Booth

Top Job Functions

Class of 2018 Top Job Functions in the Technology, Engineering, and Physical Sciences Community
46.43%
Engineering - Web / Software
7.14%
Information Technology
5.36%
Administration
3.57%
Data & Analytics
3.57%
Product / Project Management
3.57%
Writing / Editing
30.43%
Other
What they studied Where they work or attend graduate school What they do
Psychology Accenture Technology Consulting Analyst
Cognitive&Linguistic Sciences Amazon Data Associate
Computer Science Apple Software Engineer
Neuroscience Booz Allen Hamilton Data Scientist
Mathematics, Economics Boston University Doctoral Student, Statistics
Art History, Computer Science Comcast NBCUniversal CORE Technology Associate
Philosophy CUNY City College Masters Student, Physics
Biological Sciences Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / Harvard Medical School Research Assistant
Mathematics EverQuote Quantitative Analyst
Economics EY Technology Advisory Program Analyst
Computer Science Facebook Data Engineer
Computer Science, Economics Goldman Sachs Technology Analyst
Computer Science, Mathematics Google, Inc. Software Engineer
Biochemistry Harvard University Doctoral Student, Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Computer Science Intrepid Pursuits iOS Apprentice
History Invaluable Associate Software Engineer
Biological Sciences JPMorgan Chase & Co. Software Engineer
Classical Civilization Massachusetts General Hospital Research Technician I
Computer Science Medtouch .NET developer
Computer Science, Middle Eastern Studies Microsoft Software Engineer
Computer Science Northeast Passage Civil engineer in training
Chemistry Northwestern University Doctoral Student, Chemistry
Physics Portal Instruments Test Engineer
Computer Science Stroz Friedberg Cyber Associate
Classical Civilization, Mathematics The Walt Disney Studios Data Analytics Associate
Mathematics University of California at Berkeley Doctoral Student, Mathematics
Astrophysics University of California, Los Angeles Doctoral Student, Astronomy and Astrophysics
Economics University of Southern California Masters Student, Computer Science
Physics University of Washington Masters Student, Civil Engineering, Transportation
Africana Studies, Computer Science Wayfair Software Engineer
* Highlighted outcomes from 2017 graduates

“Chuyue took a summer internship with our Asset Sustainability Group and worked on setting up and evaluating Fault Detection and Diagnostic (FDD) Rules within Ameresco’s Building Dynamics framework. Ameresco had been collecting data from the Wellesley building automation system and Sun worked on establishing the applicable fault detection and diagnostic rules. The final result was a report that could be run across numerous air handling units (across different buildings) for about 20+ FDD rules for a given period to identify when and how frequently the faults occurred.”

Upcoming Event

Setting Your Course - Networking, Balance, & Community-Building (Thursday, April 4th 2019, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT).

Thursday, April 4th 2019, 6:00 pm -
8:00 pm EDT

Pendleton Hall East, Atrium, Wellesley, MA, USA

This event is part 3 of the 4-part Setting Your Course series, designed to help you prepare for life after Wellesley.

Within this session, we will focus on work-life balance. The first portion of the evening will address self-care and community-building as integral components of your post-graduation well-being. Afterward, we will shift to a networking event with recent alumnae, allowing for discussions of what work-life balance may look like after Wellesley.

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Upcoming Event

Fireside Chat with Women Systems Engineers from Dell US Commercial Presales (Monday, April 1st 2019, 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm EDT).

Monday, April 1st 2019, 8:30 pm -
9:30 pm EDT

Harambee House , HAR-102 Living Room, Wellesley, MA, USA

On April 1st, Career Education is hosting a fireside panel and Q&A with a small group of women who represent Dell EMC Commercial Presales, a global organization of dedicated technical solution designers and well-trained product advisors with a love for supporting our customers' success. Moderated by Chanel Geter (Class of 2014), the panel will discuss the following:
* the female experience at Dell/Dell EMC
* the queer experience at Dell/Dell EMC
* the woman of color experience at Dell/EMC
* being a woman in tech
* being a woman in sales

Upcoming Event

Awkward Lunch Bunch (Friday, April 5th 2019, 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm EDT).

Friday, April 5th 2019, 12:45 pm -
1:45 pm EDT

Treehouse (Lulu 4th floor)

Not good at small talk? Feel awkward or out of place at networking events? How about knowing which utensils to use at that stuffy formal dinner you were invited to? The Awkward Lunch Bunch is a casual monthly meet up to practice for all of life's professional awkward moments. We'll discuss*tips and tricks" and most of our time will be spent eating lunch and brushing up on our small talk (aka practicing!) If you are someone who feels awkward in these kinds of professional social settings, come join in with others who feel the same way, and practice!

Upcoming Event

Internship Prep Series: Skit Night (Tuesday, April 16th 2019, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm EDT).

Tuesday, April 16th 2019, 4:30 pm -
5:30 pm EDT

Pendleton Hall East, Atrium, Wellesley, MA, USA

Join the College Career Mentors and prepare for you internship with a night at the "theater." Career Education has prepared a series of internship related skits meant to ensure you make the most of your internship. Come watch three short skits of scenarios you might encounter during your internships and participate in brief talk-back to learn how you might best prepare for or handle these situations. Movie-themed popcorn and candy will be served.

Upcoming Event

Awkward Lunch Bunch (Friday, May 3rd 2019, 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm EDT).

Friday, May 3rd 2019, 12:45 pm -
1:45 pm EDT

Treehouse (Lulu 4th floor)

Not good at small talk? Feel awkward or out of place at networking events? How about knowing which utensils to use at that stuffy formal dinner you were invited to? The Awkward Lunch Bunch is a casual monthly meet up to practice for all of life's professional awkward moments. We'll discuss*tips and tricks" and most of our time will be spent eating lunch and brushing up on our small talk (aka practicing!) If you are someone who feels awkward in these kinds of professional social settings, come join in with others who feel the same way, and practice!