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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

EDUCATION IN ZION GALLERY LECTURE
Chemistry professor Joshua Price will present "Moving in His Majesty and Power: How elements in our world inspire reverence."
Wed, Oct. 23 // 12 p.m. // B-192 JFSB

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

FORMER BYU STUDENTS ON SHARK TANK
Tune into ABC's "Shark Tank" and watch former BYU students pitch their ideas to America's biggest entrepreneurs.
Fri, Oct. 25 // 7 p.m. MDT


UTAH CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH
Proposals due Nov. 1.
Click here to visit the conference website.

ON-CAMPUS RECRUITING EVENTS
Employers regularly visit BYU looking to hire students. Click here for a list of upcoming opportunities to expand your network!


HANDS ON: EXPLOSIVE CHEMISTRY LAB
National Chemistry Week begins on Sunday! Watch this video to learn how the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry plays with fire.

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

CHEM WEEK: FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
If you’ve never heard of Chem Week here at BYU, you’re missing out. Magic shows, ice cream, fascinating presentations—did I mention ice cream? From October 21–26, there’s something at Chem Week for the whole family.


 
 

NO NEW JOBS

There are 0 new jobs this week for chemistry and biochemistry majors on eRecruiting.

 

NATIONAL CHEMISTRY WEEK
National Chemistry Week begins Oct. 20! Be sure to get tickets for the Magic Show!
Oct. 20–26, 2013



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WEB PROGRAMMER
DHI COMPUTING SERVICES–GOLDPOINT SYSTEMS—PROVO, UT
DHI Computing Services is seeking a full-time employee with experience in Object Oriented programming, C#, JavaScript, and HTML. Salary based on experience.

APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 31

There are 2 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!
Sat, Oct. 19 // 8:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m. // TMCB Lobby


COLLOQUIUM: WHY GRADUATE SCHOOL?
Join the CS department for a colloqium on the benefits of graduate school.
Thurs, Oct. 24 // 11 a.m.–12 p.m. // 1170 TMCB



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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 are 0 new jobs this week for geology majors on eRecruiting

GEOLOGY SEMINAR
Kurtis Woolf will present "Regional Character of the lower Tuscaloosa Formation: Depositional Systems and Trends in Reservoir Quality."
Thurs, Oct. 24 // 11 a.m. // C295 ESC

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HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (HCM) ANALYST
GOLDMAN SACHS & CO— SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Human Capital Management is looing for applicants with strong analytical skills to work in either HCM Solutions or HCM Reward.
APPLY BY SUN, OCT. 27

MATHEMATICS INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Click on the link above to learn more about new mathematics internships.

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. 25 & 26. Available in the Testing Center
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BYU MATH PIZZA SOCIAL
Enjoy pizza, socialize, and learn about the mathematics major/minor and career options!
Thurs, Oct. 17 // 5:30 p.m. // 1170 TMCB

WOMEN IN MATH MEETING
Enjoy pizza, socialize, and learn about the mathematics major/minor and career options!
Wed, Oct. 23 // 5:00 p.m. // 301 TMCB

VIRGINIA TECH REGIONAL MATHEMATICS COMPETITION
More than 130 colleges and universities throughout the U.S. are invited to participate. Breakfast provided. No sign-up necessary.
Sat, Oct. 26 // 8:45 am – 12:00 p.m. // 135 TMCB
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ONLINE TUTORING JOBS–MATH/READING
ELEVATE LEARNINGNATIONWIDE
Elevate K12 is currently recruiting for the position of Online Math and Reading Tutors on a part-time basis. Work is done via Internet and will include one-on-one tutoring with pre-assigned students at pre-scheduled times.
APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 31

There are 2 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 0 new jobs this week for physics and astronomy majors on eRecruiting

PLANETARIUM SHOW: MURDER ON THE SOLAR SYSTEM EXPRESS
Weather permitting, the observation deck will be open after the show.
Fri, Oct. 18 // 7 & 8 p.m. // $2 at door

PLANETARIUM SHOW: MESSIER'S SKY
Weather permitting, the observation deck will be open after the show.
Fri, Oct. 25 // 7 & 8 p.m. // $2 at door

COLLOQUIUM — JACK BURNS
Jack Burns of the University of Colorado Boulder, will present.
Wed, Oct. 23 // 4 p.m. // C215 ESC

ASTRONOMY RESEARCH FAIR
All majors, graduate and undergraduate, as well as the community are welcome.
Thurs, Oct. 24 // 7 p.m. // Pendulum Court


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CLIENT SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS ANALYST
MEDALLIA — PALO ALTO, CA
Analyst will be assigned to multiple projects depending on company needs, personal interest, and expertise. The projects can vary from assisting the team in implementing software for new customers to managing customer accounts post-launch.
APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 31

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

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



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