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2013 HOMECOMING OPENING CEREMONIES
Show your school spirit by kicking off homecoming week right!
Tues, Oct. 8 // 11:05 a.m. // Marriott Center


2013 HONORED ALUMNI LECTURE
Philip Low, Ralph C. Corley Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Purdue University, will speak on new cancer-fighting therapies.
Thurs, Oct. 10 // 11 a.m. // 1170 TMCB


2013 MAJOR FAIR
Come learn about different majors at BYU and rediscover why CPMS is the best!
Wed, Oct. 23 // 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. // WSC Ballroom

UNCERTAIN WEATHER, UNCERTAIN CLIMATE SEMINAR
Hosted by the Department of Statistics, Doug Nychka of the National Center for Atmospheric Research will present how statistical models are used to predict future weather patterns. Open to all majors.
Thurs, Oct. 24 // 4–5 p.m. // 2107 JKB

TEACH FOR AMERICA
Help end the cycle of poverty by helping to find, train, and support students in high-needs classrooms.
Apply here by Oct. 25.



HANDS ON: CENTER FOR ANIMATION
Ever heard of the 12-time student Emmy-winning BYU Center for Animation? Watch this Hands On video to learn more about the process that goes into making each 6-minute short!

FREE LUNCH FRIDAYS
Answer a question on our Facebook page to be entered for a chance to win a free lunch!

NBA DRAFTS BYU'S MONEYBALLERS
Click on the link to read about a pair of BYU statistics students who are revolutionizing the NBA with modern statistical analysis.


 
 

CHEMICAL ENGINEER
ALBION LABORATORIES — CLEARFIELD, UT
Chemical engineer will work in our Research and Development group. Responsibilities include new product development (including chemist and production interface), plant design, operation improvement and efficiencies, and product chemistry improvement. Experience in plant support is required.

APPLY BY TUES, OCT. 15

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

 

NATIONAL CHEMISTRY WEEK
National Chemistry week is coming up! Click here to reserve magic show tickets!
Oct. 20–26, 2013


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C# DEVELOPER
XACTWARE — OREM, UT
Developer will create quality code to implement design documents and fix bugs while adhering to coding standards. A bachelor's degree in computer science is required and applicants should be fluent in C# with SQL, XML, and WPF/Silverlight.

APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 31


There are 3 new jobs this week for computer science majors on eRecruiting and additional postings on the CS Job Board

FALL 2013 BYU TEAM CODING CHALLENGE
Compete in teams of 3 in C++, Java, or Python and enjoy free breakfast, lunch, and a T-shirt! The top teams will receive prizes! Sign up by Oct. 15.
Sat, Oct. 19 // 9 a.m.–2 p.m. // TMCB Lobby


CS ANIMATION EMPHASIS APPLICATION DEADLINE
The deadline to apply for the animation emphasis is October 15.


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WINTER PERMACULTURE & RESEARCH INTERNSHIP
THIRD MILLENNIUM ALLIANCE— JAMA, ECUADOR
Interns will take on high-impact and dynamic projects dealing with a variety of environmental issues in the rainforest of Ecuador.
APPLY BY MON, NOV. 4


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

GEOLOGY SEMINAR
Jim Miller will present "Tectono-Stratigraphic Development of the House Range Embayment, Utah."
Thurs, Oct. 10 // 11 a.m. // C295 ESC

GEOLOGY CLUB
Want to get involved with activities in the Geology Club? There is still plenty to do! To get started, send an email to geo.jon.wag@gmail.com


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RESEARCH ANALYST
THE BRATTLE GROUP — CAMBRIDGE, MA; SAN FRANCISCO, CA; WASHINGTON, D.C.
Responsibilities include analyzing companies and markets, building financial, economic, and operational models, conducting statistical analysis, running regressions, and estimating cost of capital. A bachelor's degree is required.
APPLY BY THURS, OCT. 31

There are 2 new jobs this week for mathematics majors on eRecruiting

PUTNAM PRACTICE EXAM
Come practice for the Putnam Exam with us! All undergrads are welcome.
Next practice exams: Oct. 11–12. Available in the Testing Center
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WOMEN IN MATH MEETING
Come compete in the Math Olympics! Put your math skills to the test with our fun math games.
Wed, Oct. 9 // 5 p.m. // 1170 TMCB

COLLOQUIUM: CARLOS CASTILLO CHAVEZ
Carlos Castillo Chavez of Arizona State University will present. See More
Thurs, Oct. 10 // 4 p.m. // 135 TMCB


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SUBSTITUTE TEACHER
KARL G. MAESER PREPATORY ACADEMY LINDON, UT
Karl. G. Maeser Prepatory Academy is a college-prep charter school with 625 students from 7th–12th grades. We are seeking Utah students interested in being substitute teachers.
APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 31

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

UCTM CONFERENCE
The Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference is coming up. Peg Smith, author of "The 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions," will present. Register by October 24 to get the discounted price of $20!
Nov. 1–2 // East High School, SLC


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QUALITY ENGINEER 2014 INTERNSHIP
BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON INC. — HURST, TN
As an intern, resonsibilities may include quality development, process improvement and manufacturing, project management for legacy and new aircraft, and analysis of processes to determine manufacturing capability, failure modes, and corrective action/improvement opportunities.
APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 31

There are 2 new jobs this week for physics and astronomy majors on eRecruiting

OCTOBER SKY PLANETARIUM SHOW
Weather permitting, the observation deck will be open after the show.
Fri, Oct. 4 // 7 & 8 p.m. // $2 at door

ROBOT EXPLORERS PLANETARIUM SHOW
Weather permitting, the observation deck will be open after the show.
Fri, Oct. 11 // 7 & 8 p.m. // $2 at door

COLLOQUIUM — ROGER MCCARTY
Roger McCarty of the Marriott School of Management will present. See More
Wed, Oct. 9 // 4 p.m. // C215 ESC



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ACTUARIAL INTERN
ALLIANZ LIFE INSURANCE — MINNEAPOLIS, MN
Interns will be paired one-on-one with an actuary who will assign projects that develop actuarial skills. Applicants should be working toward a degree in actuarial science, mathematics, or a related field and should have database management and/or programming experience.
APPLY BY MON, OCT. 28

There are 3 new jobs this week for statistics majors on eRecruiting

STATISTICS SEMINAR SERIES
Russ Reeve of Quintiles will present.
Thurs, Oct. 10 // 4 p.m. // 203 TMCB

BROWN BAG LUNCHEON
All female statistics students are invited to a Brown Bag Luncheon. Dessert will be provided. RSVP to aroyer@stat.byu.edu
Wed, Oct. 16 // 12–1 p.m. // 235 TMCB

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