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GENERAL COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

REGISTER FOR REX LEE RUN
Registration is now open! Run will take place MAR 23.

MARCH ACADEMIC WORKSHOPS
Come to a free workshop offered by the Career and Academic Success Center.

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

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A Scientist without Borders


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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.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ENGINEER
BOEING - OGDEN, UT
Employee will assist in documenting requirements for new hardware/software systems. Required: BS or MS in computer science, mathematics, physics, or chemistry.
Apply by THURS, MAR 14

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

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.

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SCIENTIST
ZENTIS - PLYMOUTH, IN ; TWIN FALLS; ID
Responsibilities include development of fruit, preparing the dairy industry to meet customer needs, and ensuring all ingredients and product specifications are within the customer needs/expectations.
Apply by TUES, APR 30

There is 1 new job this week for chemisty and biochemistry majors on eRecruiting.

SCHOLARHIP APPLICATIONS DUE
FRI, MAR 15 //
Scholarship applications due for all Chemistry and Biochemstiry majors.

DEPARTMENT SEMINAR: HENING LIN
THURS, MAR 14 // 4PM // W140 BNSN
Hening Lin of Cornell University will lecture chemistry students on “Elucidating molecular logics of biology by discovering novel enzymatic activities of orphan sirtuins.”
Click here for the list of upcoming lectures.

DEPARTMENT SEMINAR: JOHN H. DAWSON
MON, MAR 18 // 4PM // W140 BNSN
John H. Dawson of University of South Carolina will speak on "Generation and Reactivity of Transient Cytochrome P450 Oxygen-Containing Intermediates."
Click here for the list of upcoming lectures.

SOFTWARE ENGINEER
REACTION ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL - SLC, UT
Applicants should have experience with object-oriented design and application development using C++ and C#. Experience with user interface development and 3D graphics is highly desirable.
Apply by MON, APR 15

INFRASTRUCTURE INTERNSHIP
CAMBIA HEALTH SOLUTIONS - PORTLAND, OR; OR SLC, UT; OR SEATTLE, WA
This intern wilL install, configure, and support application platform infrastructure technologies such as Web Servers, Application Servers, Messaging Engines and Directory Services.
Apply by SAT, MAY 11

There are 12 new jobs this week for computer science majors on eRecruiting and new jobs posted on the CS job board.

DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM: REDA ALHAJJ
THURS, MAR 14 // 11AM // 1170 TMCB
Reda Alhajj of the University of Calgary will address students on "The Power of Data Mining and Machine Learning Techniques for Network Construction and Analysis."
Click here for the list of upcoming lectures.

DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM: ZVONIMIR RAKAMARIC
THURS, MAR 21 // 11AM // 1170 TMCB
Zvonimir Rakamaric of the University of Utah will address students on "Learning Symbolic Interfaces of Software Components."
Click here for the list of upcoming lectures.

ACM PROGRAMMING COMPETITION
SAT, MAR 23 // 8AM //
Sign up by MON, MAR 18 to enter the coding competition as a team or as an individual. This event includes a free breakfast, lunch, and t-shirt. The event is sponsored by Epic. Click here to sign up.

WOMEN IN CS ACTIVITY
WED, MAR 20 // 6 PM// 3280 WSC //
Dinner with Susan R. Madsen and the Women in Science Club.

NO NEW JOBS

There are no new jobs this week for geology majors on eRecruiting.

DEPARTMENT SEMINAR: JULIA KAHMANN ROBINSON
THURS, MAR 14 // 4PM // C-295 ESC
Julia Kahmann Robinson of the University of Utah will speak on "Clay Mineralogy on Mars: A case for pedogenic alliteration due to climate change."

QUEY HEBREW MEMORIAL LECTURE
THURS, MAR 21 // 7PM // B190 JFSB
Eric J. Steig of the University of Washington will give the Quey Hebrew Memorial Lecture on "Just Getting Warmed Up: Why it Matters that Temperatures in the Polar regions are Rising."

ANALYST
EQUATION CONSULTING -LAYTON, UT
Employee will reconcile data from billing and financial systems, prepare data for analysis using SQL, manipulate large data sets, and provide decision-making support.
Apply by SUN, MAR 31

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

MATH SEMINAR: PACE NIELSEN
THURS, MAR 14 // 10 AM // 2111 JKB
Pace Nielsen of BYU will speak to students on "What is pi? And what is it not?"

PI DAY
FRI, MAR 14 // 12PM // BRIGHAM SQUARE
Want to celebrate Pi Day? Then come join the math department for their Pi Day festivities.

MATH SEMINAR: KENNETH GOLDEN
THURS, MAR 28 // 4 PM // 1170 TMCB
Kenneth Golden of the University of Utah will speak to students on "Mathematics and the melting polar ice caps."

NO NEW JOBS THIS WEEK

There are 0 new jobs this week for mathematics education majors on eRecruiting.

MATH ED ACTIVITY
THURS, MAR 28 // 7 PM // 3223 WSC
Joint activity with other “ME” majors (Mechanical engineering and Music Education)

NO NEW JOBS THIS WEEK

There are 0 new jobs this week for physics majors on eRecruiting.

PLANETARIUM SHOW
FRI, MAR 15 // 7 & 8PM // ESC PLANETARIUM
The planetarium show is the perfect way to learn more about the universe around us. Tickets cost $2.

DEPARTMENT LECTURE: DON FUTABA
WED, MAR 20 // 4PM // C215 ESC
Don Futaba of the Nanotube Research Center will address students on "'Super-Growth' Carbon Nanotubes Forests: Science, Application, and Industrialization."
Click here for the list of upcoming lectures.

DEPARTMENT LECTURE: STEVEN GARRETT
WED, MAR 27 // 4PM // C215 ESC
Steven Garrett of Penn State University will address students on "Thermoacoustic Engines and Refrigerators."
Click here for the list of upcoming lectures.

UNDERWRITING AND CUSTOMER SUPPORT SPECIALIST
SELECT BANKCARD - LEHI, UT
The two main responsibilities are underwriting and customer support. Duties include analyzing risk factors on the application, credit reports, business financials, and other background screening tools.
Apply by SAT, MAY 11

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

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS SEMINAR
THURS, MAR 14 // 4PM // 203 TMCB
Tyler McCormick of the University of Washington will give a lecture titled "Interpretable patient-level predictive models."

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS SEMINAR
THURS, MAR 21 // 4PM // 203 TMCB
Dr. Yan Sun of Utah State University will give a lecture titled "Penalized conditional maximum likelihood estimation for high-dimensional time series models."

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