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GENERAL COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

STUDENT RESEARCH CONFERENCE
Submit abstracts online 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

SCIENCE TEACHING & MATH ED SCHOLARSHIPS
Are you majoring in chemistry education, physics teaching, teaching physical science, math education, or earth and space science education? If so, there are over 56 scholarships available through the McKay School that you may be eligible for.
Apply by SAT, MAR 31

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

See students playing with the new stream table. Come check it out for yourself this Wednesday at the open house.

Visit our new YouTube page for more great college videos.

FREE LUNCH FRIDAYS


Congratulations to last week's winner: Adam Jackman won a free lunch at the Skyroom Restaurant!

This week AJ McCleary won a free lunch at the Cannon Commons!

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.

TECHNICAL POSITIONS
IM FLASH – LEHI, UT
Recruiting 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.

STREAM TABLE OPENS THE FLOODGATE
Want to make rivers and oceans? Come experience the new stream table at the open house on WED, FEB 29, 1-5PM in N-111 ESC.

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.

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

BIOTECH ASSISTANT SCIENTIST
J.R. SIMPLOT COMPANY – BOISE, ID
Personnel work to develop better food products by enhancing plant genetic material through DNA transformation. Candidate will provide support in tissue culture and propagation of stock plants.
Apply by SUN, MAR 4

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

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY SPEAKER
TUES, FEB 28 // 4PM // W140 BNSN
Tom Chang of Utah State University will present his lecture: “Development of Bioactive Compounds from Small Molecules and Natural Products.”

CHEMISTRY SPEAKER
FRI, MAR 2 // 4PM // W140 BNSN
Zachary Ball of Rice University will speak.

TECHNICAL YAHOO SUMMER INTERNSHIP
YAHOO! INC. – SANTA CLARA, CA
Looking for software developers to help build and support Yahoo!’s suite of exciting next-generation products. Preferred experience with JavaScript, CSS, Perl or PHP.
Apply by THURS, MAR 1

SOFTWARE ENGINEER
SOLUTIONREACH – LEHI, UT
This position focuses on developing Windows data integration software. Recruit will work on implementing customer feature and enhancement requistions, as well as new projects. Prefer recruits to have C#/C++ skills and SQL/XML knowledge.
Apply by THURS, MAR 1

USER EXPERIENCE DESIGNER
STEAL NETWORK – SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Take high-level plans and translate them into compelling Web and mobile experiences for customers. Strong interaction design skills are needed to create elegant and magical Internet mojo.
Apply by FRI, MAR 2

CAD DESIGNER
ENERDEL – INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Will develop complex 3D solid model designs and represent the design department in program design reviews.
Apply by FRI, APR 20

There are 13 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? Then compete in the Math vs. Computer Science basketball tournament. Email office@math.byu.edu to sign up.

A LIFELONG PASSION FOR COMPUTERS
Computers—the world’s coolest tinker toys—have inspired professor Dan Olsen most of his life. He has now been honored with an award for his lifelong dedication to researching how computers and humans work together.

 

PROJECT GEOLOGIST
UTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY – SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Full-time project geologist needed in Salt Lake City.
Apply by SUN, FEB 26

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR
FRIENDS OF GREAT SALT LAKE – SALT LAKE CITY, UT
The environmental education coordinator will assist with our 4th grade Lakeside Learning field trip program at the Great Salt Lake and will work to develop new K-6 educational programming. Must enjoy working outdoors with children in an educational setting.
Apply by MON, MAR 5

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

STREAM TABLE OPEN HOUSE
WED, FEB 29 // 1-5PM // N-111 ESC
Build a town and watch it wash away! Come try out the stream table and watch a special video presentation. Everyone is welcome to attend!

 

INTERNAL AUDITOR
FRANKLIN COVEY – SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Position will provide the management and the audit committee with objective, independent appraisals of the company’s operations and controls. Investigate fraud cases and develop control procedures to prevent future losses.
Apply by WED, APR 4

FINANCE INTERNSHIP
ADOBE SYSTEMS INC. – OREM, UT or SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Intern will provide scalable infrastructure and provide strategic planning. Must be detail oriented and have analytical and strong project management skills.
Apply by SAT, MAY 5

There are 5 new jobs this week for mathematics majors on eRecruiting.

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

MATH CLUB
TUES, FEB 28 // 3PM // 297 TMCB
Weekly meetings with games, food, movies, and math happen every Tuesday from 3-4PM.

ALUMNI 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 9 by 7AM

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

MEA ACTIVITY
THURS, MAR 1 // 11AM // 173 TMCB
Come watch the best YouTube videos about math and eat treats.

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.

FUN LEARNING: COMPUTER GAMES USED TO SHARPEN ALGEBRA SKILLS
Faculty members and students from CPMS are collaborating to help young students make their own video games and better understand tricky math concepts.

SCIENCE TEACHER
ISLAND VIEW RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER – SYRACUSE, UT
Island View is currently in need of a full-time science teacher. Will teach adolescents and assist in development of science curriculum.
Apply by SUN, FEB 26

MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ENGINEER
BD MEDICAL – VARIOUS US LOCATIONS
Typical assignments include process development, project management, process improvement and validation, and production supervision. Requires a 3.0 GPA.
Apply by FRI, MAR 30

FLOOD WARNING ENGINEER
CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC – LOGAN, UT
Responsible for technical support directed toward water related applications as related to the flood warning market. Knowledge or familiarity with data communication protocols is beneficial.
Apply by SAT, 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 8 new jobs this week for physics & astronomy majors on eRecruiting.

DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM
WED, FEB 29 // 4PM // C215 ESC
Paula Wamsley of Ball Aerospace will present "Satellite-Based Earth Remote Sensing."

FRIDAY NIGHT PLANETARIUM SHOW
FRI, MAR 2 // 7 & 8PM // 4TH FLOOR ESC
Marissa Pielstick of the BYU Astronomical Society will present "March Night Sky" at 7 and 8 on FRI, MAR 2. $2 tickets sold at the door.

CONSULTING ANALYST INTERNSHIP
CONOCOPHILLIPS – HOUSTON, TX
Applicants need a strong technical understanding of financial tools and processes in addition to analytical and problem solving skills. Strong computer aptitude needed with proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, CRD, ComRD and SAP.
Apply by FRI, MAR 2

STATISTICAL ANALYST
XACTWARE – OREM, UT
Responsible for querying in-house or external databases and providing statistical and analytical support related to the economic conditions throughout major metropolitan areas of the US, Canada and Europe.
Apply by SAT, MAR 17

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

STATISTICS SEMINAR
THURS, MAR 1 // 4PM // 203 TMCB
Dr. G. Bruce Schaalje will present on "Anticipating the Year 2000: Howard Nielson, BYU and Statistics."

 

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