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GENERAL COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

JUNE 2012 GRADUATION DEADLINE
Apply on Route Y and at the Advisement Center in N-179 ESC.
APPLY BY WED, FEB 15

CAREER FORECAST DISCUSSION
THURS, FEB 16 // 11AM // B190 JFSB
Phil Gardner, Director of Collegiate Employment Research Institute at Michigan State University, will discuss future employment prospects for today's college graduates.

PRESIDENTS' DAY HOLIDAY
Due to the holiday on MON, FEB 20, there will be Monday class instruction on TUES, FEB 21.

STUDENT RESEARCH CONFERENCE
Submit abstracts online at http://src.byu.edu by midnight on FEB 26. The Student Research Conference will be on SAT, MAR 17.

CLASS REGISTRATION WAITING LIST
You can now put yourself on a waitlist for classes that are full. Spring/summer registration began FEB 1. Fall 2012 registration begins MON, MAR 26.

LOOKING FOR ANOTHER ANNOUNCEMENT?
The Advisement Center makes its digital signage available at the link above. Open in Firefox for best results. Also, past editions of SPAM are available here.

HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS?
Read about the latest CPMS research and events at the link above.

SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

NEW SCHOLARSHIPS SEEKING QUALIFIED CPMS STUDENTS
See flyer for meeting times, deadlines and requirements for upcoming scholarships.

iMODULES SCHOLARSHIPS
$1,500 scholarships are available to students attending iModules client universities (including BYU) for the 2012-13 school year. Must be a full-time student during fall 2012 and hold at least a 2.0 GPA.
Apply by SUN, APR 1

CPMSTV VIDEO CLIP

Dr. Barrett and his team at BYU are developing technology to read handwritten records.

Visit our new YouTube page for more great college videos.

FREE LUNCH FRIDAYS


Congratulations to last week's winner: Allison Hyman won a free smoothie at Jamba Juice!

This week, Joseph Lawrence won a free pulled pork sandwich at Legends Grille!

Enter to win a free lunch by liking us on Facebook! Winners chosen every Friday.

JOBS, INTERNSHIPS, AND DEPARTMENT NEWS

We've sorted these by department for your ease and comfort. To apply for any specific job or internship, simply click the link. You will then be prompted to log into your eRecruiting account. If you don't have an account yet, you'll first need to create one through the same link. Contact BYU with any questions: recruiting@byu.edu or call 801.422.8085.

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
INSITU – BINGEN, WA
Internships in analysis, supply chain, aircraft production, IT, finance, aeronautics and flight ops. Great opportunity to work in the unmanned aircraft intelligence industry.
Apply ASAP for the best opportunities.

MATH & SCIENCE ENGINEERS
RAYTHEON COMPANY – VARIOUS US LOCATIONS
Manage engineering projects including software development, advanced ground and satellite communication systems, air traffic control systems and air defense systems.
Apply by MON, FEB 13

TECHNICAL POSITIONS
IM FLASH – LEHI, UT
Recruiting physics students for positions in metrology, diffusion process, equipment manager, yield analysis and TEM.
Apply by FRI, MAR 2

A complete list of internships and job opportunities can be found on eRecruiting.

COLLEGE HONORS FACULTY AND STAFF
Several faculty and stuff were honored at an awards ceremony during the annual college banquet.

BYU'S CENTER FOR ANIMATION IS ON THE MOVE
Big changes are coming for the animation major at BYU as it continually strives to improve its connection with the computer sciences.

UPCOMING INFORMATION SESSIONS
Employers regularly visit BYU looking to hire students. Find out who's coming to campus and how you can learn more about their company and job openings.

INTERVIEW SCHEDULES
Sign up for interviews with companies that will be on campus hiring BYU students.

LABORATORY SCIENTIST
DYNO NOBEL – LEHI, UT
Recruiting chemistry majors who will perform chemical analysis, physical characterizations and other scientific testing related to projects to support research and production activities.
Apply by FRI, FEB 17

BIOCHIP INTERNSHIP
BIOCHIP – UC BERKELEY, CA
Interns will design, prototype and conduct biological experiments with microfluidic devices. Interns will also learn how to work with biological specimens and basic image processing techniques.
Apply by SAT, FEB 25

There are 3 new jobs this week for chemistry majors on eRecruiting.

CHEMISTRY SPEAKER
MON, FEB 13 // 4PM // W140 BNSN
Larry Baxter of BYU Chemical Engineering will speak on materials chemistry.

CHEMISTRY SPEAKER
WED, FEB 15 // 3PM // W140 BNSN
Corey Stephenson of Boston University will present his lecture: “Photoredox Catalysis: Enabling Chemical Synthesis with Visible Light.”

CHEMISTRY SPEAKER
THURS, FEB 16 // 4PM // W140 BNSN
Cheng Chen of Merck Research Laboratories will present his lecture: “Asymmetric Synthesis in Contemporary Drug Discovery and Development.”

CHEMISTRY CLUB RECEIVES ACS AWARD
Y-Chem, BYU’s student-run chemistry club, received a Commendable Chapter Award — the second most prestigious award given to student chapters of the American Chemical Society.

AUTOMATION ENGINEER/PROGRAMMER
JOB INDUSTRIAL SERVICES – SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Work with automation team to design, program and implement industrial process control systems. Requires a BS in computer science.
Apply by FRI, MAR 2

SOFTWARE ENGINEER INTERNSHIP
NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS – AUSTIN, TX
Experienced software engineers and group managers will assign you one or more challenging projects, requiring you to take ownership and responsibility for software design.
Apply by SAT, MAY 5

SOFTWARE ENGINEER
ADOBE SYSTEMS INC. – NEW YORK, NY
New grads can collaborate to design and implement scalable solutions for the collection, storage and analysis of huge data sets. Write elegant, maintainable code and constantly improve it.
Apply by SAT, MAY 5

There are 16 new jobs this week for computer science majors on eRecruiting. Many CS jobs and internships are posted on the CS job board rather than eRecruiting.

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Like basketball? Play in the Math vs. Computer Science basketball tournament. Email office@math.byu.edu to sign up.

REPROGRAMMING SECURITY
In a radio interview, professor Kent Seamons describes the safest passwords, new innovations in Internet security and the ethics of computer science.

 

 

 

MINE ENGINEER
ENEFIT AMERICAN OIL – VERNAL, UT
Plan and design a new mine with senior team members. Will participate in geological surveys, modeling and assessments.
Apply by TUES, FEB 14

UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKE CENTER – CA
Summer internships for geology majors in junior or senior year.
Apply by MON, FEB 27

There are 3 new jobs this week for geology majors on eRecruiting.

NO UPCOMING EVENTS

 

DATA ENGINEER
ORCA HEALTH – PARK CITY, UT
Design and deploy Orca’s product data analysis framework, proactively recommend metrics and create web interfaces to access real-time usage statistics.
Apply by WED, FEB 15

There are 9 new jobs this week for mathematics majors on eRecruiting.

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Like basketball? Play in the Math vs. Computer Science basketball tournament. Email office@math.byu.edu to sign up.

MATH CLUB
TUE, FEB 14 // 3PM // 297 TMCB
Weekly meetings every Tuesday from 3-4PM.

ALUMNII GIVE CAREER ADVICE
From cryptography at the National Security Agency to mathematics in the US Navy, the Careers in Math Seminar gave students a taste of future career options.

SECONDARY EDUCATION TEACHER
CANYONS SCHOOL DISTRICT – SANDY, UT
Canyons School District is interviewing candidates for their secondary education teaching vacancies.
Apply by MON, APR 2

There is 1 new job this week for mathematics education majors on eRecruiting.

MEA ACTIVITY
MON, FEB 13 // 9AM - 5PM // 186 TMCB
Come heart attack our math education professors’ doors for Valentine’s Day! Stop by room 186 TMCB to decorate some hearts.

GRADUATE SCHOOL APPLICATION DEADLINE
Students interested in applying to the BYU mathematics education graduate program should have all application materials completed by THURS, MAR 1.

HEAD OF THE CLASS
Emeritus professor Jacqueline Voyles was honored for a lifetime of teaching students and future teachers.

ENGINEERING LDP
LOCKHEED MARTIN – VARIOUS US LOCATIONS
Jump start your career development in the Engineering Leadership Development Program. Experience hands-on training and develop technical skills to deliver innovative solutions for the defense, aerospace, industrial, scientific and medical markets.
Apply by WED, FEB 29

FLOOD WARNING ENGINEER
CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC – LOGAN, UT
Responsible for technical support directed towards water related applications as related to the Flood Warning market. Knowledge or familiarity with data communication protocols is beneficial.
Apply bySAT, MAR 31

LEADERSHIP PROGRAM INTERNSHIP
NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS – AUSTIN, TX
Develop your career at National Instruments in the areas of R&D product support and project management, technical sales, and technical product marketing. Strong leadership qualities and technical skills preferred.
Apply by MON, APR 23

There are 6 new jobs this week for physics & astronomy majors on eRecruiting.

PHYSICISTS IN INDUSTRY COLLOQUIUM
WED, FEB 15 // 4PM // C215 ESC
Marshall Hart from Raytheon Missile Systems will discuss what to expect when entering the industrial work force and technologies designed at Raytheon.

THE SECRET LIVES OF STARS
FRI, FEB 17 // 7PM & 8PM // 4TH FLOOR ESC
Adam Johanson of the BYU Astronomical Society will present this star-studded show. Shows at 7PM & 8 PM. TIckets sold at the door for $2.

CONSULTING ANALYST INTERNSHIP
ACCENTURE – NATIONWIDE
Seeking a stats major with 3.2 GPA who will be involved from the concept stage of analyzing existing processes and designs of new business processes, capabilities and technologies.
Apply by TUES, FEB 14

DISPUTE CONSULTING INTERNSHIP
DUFF & PHELPS, LLC – VARIOUS US LOCATIONS
Will create financial models and cash flow analysis, assist in developing damage claims and calculations, and draft internal/external communications, including client proposals and expert reports.
Apply by WED, FEB 15

FEDERAL FINANCIAL ANALYST INTERNSHIP
IBM – WASHINGTON D.C.
Intern will be responsible for ledger control, balance sheet, I&E preparation and financial planning. Requires an understanding of accounting principles to analyze and interpret complex financial data.
Apply by SAT, MAY 5

There are 4 new jobs this week for statistics majors on eRecruiting.

UPCOMING SEMINAR
THURS, FEB 16 // 4PM // 203 TMCB
Dr. Andrew Finley, from Michigan State University, Departments of Forestry and Geography, will speak on “Improving Crop Model Inference through Bayesian Melding with Spatially-varying Parameters.”

 

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