A hardware team at Microsoft, led by Jack Lavier <email@example.com>, is developing FPGAs for the Microsoft Cloud. Jack is looking for a solid EE intern for the summer who can understand high speed signals that are around 25Gbps and who has FPGA experience.
Preference: junior or senior undergraduates or graduate students early in studies.
If you think you STRONGLY match this skill set, please contact Jack directly with your resume.
CEE 298 B Special Topic: History of Civic Infrastructure (3 cr)
TTh 3:00-4:20pm THO 135 (SLN 21194)
Explore design, construction and impact of large scale infrastructure projects in the United States, from the 1800s to the present day. From the surveying the American west, to the construction of railroads and canals, to the municipal systems which gave rise to urban density and skyscrapers, the United States (and Seattle in particular) has been uniquely impacted by the agency of engineers, architects, and builders to alter the given landscape. At the time, these projects were done in the name of many different social, political, racial, economic and civic agendas – ones that are due for critical reflection in the 21st century. As infrastructure projects continue into the present day, these reflections are vital for young professionals who seek to engage/ change the course of development into the future. No prerequisite courses.
Cost of all groups: $55 per session ($40 No Show Fee without 24 hour notice). Insurance may cover fees, please check with your insurance carrier.
Where: Mental Health Clinic, Hall Health Center, 3rd Floor.
Register, get information, or ask questions at 206-543-5030, option #4 for any and all groups.
Go to http://depts.washington.edu/hhpccweb/support-groups/ for more information about our groups.
Hello, my name is Craig Kalich. I am the engineering manager for the local electric company serving Lewis County, WA, based in Chehalis. Being an alumni of the UW I wanted to be sure that UW students and in particular EE students were presented with this opportunity. We will be hiring for a paid internship position this summer and I am hoping that you will be able to help us and help a UW student in the process. I have attached a copy of the job announcement. It is also posted on our web site at www.lcpud.org. The deadline for applying is April 12th.
National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan offers a 2-week research training program for engineering undergraduate and graduate students. Tuition, accommodations, and food are provided by NCHU. Interested students should apply by the deadline on April 24.
Students who have interests in human rights, public policy and law will definitely benefit from taking this course.
I would like to encourage any human rights minor students to apply to this course.
After two days of intensive seminar at UW Bothell (9/7-9/8), BIS 403 students will spend a week in Washington D.C. for a week (9/10 to 9/16) to meet with legislators and to visit federal agencies (including the Department of Defense), human rights NGOs, foreign embassies, and think tanks.
The detailed schedule and information for this early fall course is available here: http://www.uwb.edu/ias/undergraduate/experiential/dc-seminar
The application is due on Friday, April 14th.
Students can find the application form on the web and they should send their application to Jung Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org ).
I am pleased to announce that the CoMotion Mary Gates Innovation Scholars internship program is now accepting applications! Students can spend Summer quarter working as interns with UW faculty-led start-up companies, seeking to transfer research to real-world applications. Participants will build upon their strengths and learn about intellectual property and entrepreneurship through hands-on teamwork with an emerging company.
Each Innovation Scholar will receive a $5,000 scholarship and earn course credit.
Students with backgrounds in art, biology, botany, business, chemistry, civil & environmental engineering, computer science & engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, microbiology, linguistics, neuroscience, physics, public health, psychology, speech & hearing sciences, statistics, visual communications, web design and more should apply. Ten different internships are available this year, across a broad spectrum of engineering, health sciences, and natural sciences.
WHEN: Summer 2017 (June 19 – August 18)
EARN: $5,000 and course credit
DEADLINE: Monday, April 10 at midnight
Students from all three campuses are invited to apply. All internships will be at/near the Seattle campus. Only degree-seeking UW undergraduate students are eligible (students graduating in Summer 2017 or later are eligible; Winter or Spring quarter graduates are not eligible). This program is made possible by CoMotion and the Mary Gates Endowment for Students.
Please share this announcement with all students who may be interested! Send questions to email@example.com.
Please note: US citizens ONLY. Six positions available.
In the upper right there is a Menu pull down; get to careers and search for R0001771.
A Booz Allen team will screen your application and conduct interviews so they can down select and define the project(s) based on the talent that shows interest.