Professor Fu’s lab is seeking highly motivated sophomore or junior students to fill 1 undergraduate research position this summer. A small stipend of $2250 will be provided which can be combined with research credit.
Possible projects include experimental design, instrument control and data acquisition, setting up optics, and simulations.
Only students with a technical 3.5 GPA or higher will be considered. Programming experience is highly desirable. Minorities and women are highly encouraged to apply.
If you are interested please send Professor Kai-Mei Fu an unofficial transcript and resume by Friday June 9. Her email is email@example.com
Register for Summer:
For the first time ever, we’re offering ENTRE 370: Introduction to Entrepreneurship as a summer course! We also hope to offer ENTRE 370 and ENTRE 472/473 in Summer 2018. No guarantees, but if offered, this could help students in intensive majors complete the Entre Minor for non-business majors in addition to their major requirements.
Register for Fall: Two 2-credit classes
Open to all Undergraduate & Graduate students from any department. No experience necessary.
Cross-listed: ENTRE 443/543, ENGR 498A, ENVIR 495 (Soon to be ENGR 443, ENVIR 443)
Each weekly seminar instructed by Deb Hagen-Lukens will help students discover how to create solutions to environmental problems. Students will form inter-disciplinary teams and create project-based solutions while receiving coaching by environmental professionals or entrepreneurs. Excellent preparation for the Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge. Questions? E-mail Lauren Brohawn: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross-listed: ENTRE 490 A / 579 A/B
This hands-on, team-based course taught by Emer Dooley and Russell Benaroya provides graduate and undergraduate students from all disciplines a chance to create health and healthcare solutions while hearing from fantastic leading-edge speakers. Excellent preparation for the Hollomon Health Innovation Challenge. Questions? E-mail Terri Butler: TLButler@uw.edu
Prepare to Apply: Jones + Foster Accelerator
Know a student working on an idea for a product/company? Please invite them to apply to the following! The application will go live on June 15, and the deadline to apply is Wednesday, July 5 by 8:00 am.
Ready to move from student team to startup company? Consider applying for the Jones + Foster Accelerator program. The Accelerator is a six-month, milestone-based program designed to give early-stage startups mentoring, coaching, and potentially a $25,000 award at the end of the program for those companies that accomplish their milestones.
The Accelerator committee will want to know two things: 1. Are you serious about starting your company? 2. How much time, money, and energy are you willing to devote to your startup? The Accelerator program requires a time commitment from July 31, 2017 through January 31, 2018, and is open to students from any major, including those who have graduated during this academic year.
Questions? Unsure if the Jones + Foster Accelerator program is right for your startup? Contact Amy Sallin for more information.
Looking for an interesting summer course? ESRM 491 D is a full-term summer course on bees, beekeeping, and pollination. This hands-on course, taught at the Center for Urban Horticulture, features bee handling, swarm collecting, honey extracting, bee-related artwork, and more. For more information, see the attached flier, or contact the instructor at email@example.com.
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My name is Kevin Kerstetter, I’m a supervisor at NUWC Keyport. We are located just across the water over in Kitsap county, about 30 minutes north of Bremerton. USAJOBS is the avenue for the Department of Defense to fill positions, but it can often be useful to reach out to schools to see if any recent graduates are still seeking employment.
Generally speaking, Keyport provides engineering and technical support for a variety of systems used by, or in development for, the Navy. Although the specific tasks vary by assigned projects, the duties are typical for an engineer:
Perform engineering calculations, analyze data and use engineering techniques to draw conclusions in the performance of engineering-related tasks
Conduct tests or quality assurance reviews of electronic and mechanical systems to support production acceptance testing or system validation efforts
Assist in the design of hardware and/or microprocessors in support of system design efforts
Develop written material documenting technical findings for management review
On a personal note, I have really enjoyed my time here at Keyport. You get to work on an interesting project most people don’t even know exist. You can afford to live close to work. Moreover, the Navy has a great work-life balance. A typical 40 hr work week means that I can spend my evenings and weekends as I choose. For those that are interested in a longer-term career, there are opportunities to grow into technical and management positions.
If any of your recent EE graduates are looking for employment please have them contact me at this email address to discuss a potential phone interview or site visit.
Per the attached flyer, the submission deadline has been extended to 24 June 2017.
CYPRESS SEMICONDUTOR is looking for new college EE graduates!
The MCD (Micro-controller) group at Cypress Semiconductor in Lynnwood, WA currently has two open full-time positions for new college graduates (NCG).
1) Mixed Signal Verification Engineer (NCG) Position (ID – 4902)
2) Digital Design Engineer (NCG) Position (ID – 4093)
You can either apply online or send your resume directly to our hiring manager, Bert Sullam (firstname.lastname@example.org) with their interest position(s).
We are pleased to inform you about the IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca’s call for applications for PhD positions in the following specialized curricula
Siamo lieti di informare che e’ aperto il nuovo bando di selezione per l’accesso al Programma di Dottorato della Scuola IMT Alti Studi Lucca per i seguenti curricula di specializzazione:
- – Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage
- – Cognitive, Computational and Social Neurosciences
- – Computer Science and Systems Engineering
- – Economics, Networks and Business Analytics
- No tuition fees, free room and access to IMT Canteen
Esenzione dalle tasse d’iscrizione, alloggio gratuito, accesso gratuito alla mensa IMT
- A grant of €13,630 gross/year
Importo lordo della borsa: €13.630/anno
Candidates can apply if they obtain their (minimum) 4-year undergraduate degree NO LATER than October 31st, 2017
Possono fare domanda coloro che conseguano il titolo valido per l’ammissione entro e NON OLTRE il 31 ottobre 2017
DEADLINE: July 18th, 2017 at 12:00 pm CEST
MORE INFORMATION: http://phd.imtlucca.it
The IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca (www.imtlucca.it), one of the six Schools of Excellence in Italy, is a research university within the Italian public higher education system. IMT’s mission is characterized by the analysis and management of a plurality of economic, social, scientific, technological and cultural systems.
La Scuola IMT Alti Studi Lucca (www.imtlucca.it), una delle sei Scuole di Eccellenza in Italia, e’ un’istituzione universitaria pubblica di ricerca e alta formazione dottorale a ordinamento speciale, focalizzata sull’analisi e gestione dei sistemi economici, sociali, scientifici, tecnologici e culturali.