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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

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


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


LAW SCHOOL FAIR
Meet with reps from many different law schools, ask questions about admission processes, and find out what it takes to get into your dream school!
Wed, Oct. 30 // 10 a.m.
–2 p.m. // WSC Ballroom

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 the link above for a list of upcoming opportunities to expand your network!


STREET SCIENCE: SINK OR FLOAT
Here at CPMS TV, we're taking to the streets to see which kinds of drinks float and which sink. Click on the link above to check it out!

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

THE SCIENCE OF SPOOKY
Zombies, vampires, werewolves, oh my! Find out how scientists are contributing to the chatter on your favorite Halloween haunts!


 
 

CHEMISTRY INTERN
TURNER INNOVATION—OREM, UT
Intern will use science, engineering, and chemistry to support engineers and scientists in developing polymer and organometallic products and processes.
If interested, send a resume to:
Tom Youd, Engineering Program Manager, tyoud@turnerinnovation.com

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

 

NATIONAL CHEMISTRY WEEK
National Chemistry Week goes through Oct. 25! Don't miss the magic shows and Y-Chem's liquid nitrogen ice cream!
Oct. 20–25, 2013



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SOFTWARE DEVELOPER
EPIC SYSTEMS CORPORATION—MADISON, WI
Software developer
will write code, meet with experts and end-users, and determine approaches to each facet of development. Applicants should have a degree in computer science or a related field. Relocation to Madison, Wisconsin, is required and will be reimbursed.
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

COLLOQUIUM: UNDERGRADUATE CAREER SEMINAR
Join the CS department for a colloqium for undergraduates on career options.
Thurs, Oct. 31 // 11 a.m.–12 p.m. // 1170 TMCB



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NO NEW JOBS

There are 0 new jobs this week for geology majors on eRecruiting

NO NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

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GLOBAL INVESTMENT RESEARCH, BUSINESS ANALYTICS, DATA STRATEGIST ANALYST/ASSOCIATE
GOLDMAN SACHS & CO— SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Analyst will develop software code and use critical analysis of data to identify anomalies, trends, and ensure accuracy. Applicants should have existing knowledge in a computer language and a bachelor's degree in math or a related field.
APPLY BY THURS, OCT 24

QUALTRICS HIRING INFORMATION MEETING
Qualtrics is looking to hire students who graduate in December and April. If interested, please attend an information meeting.
Tues, Oct. 30 // 4:30–5:30 p.m. // 297 TMCB
Wed, Oct. 31 // 12–1 p.m. // 297 TMCB

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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NUMBER THEORY SEMINARS
Click the link above for a list of upcoming number theory seminars. All interested students are invited to attend.
Next Seminars: Tues Oct. 29 & Thurs Oct. 31 // 10:00 a.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 // 9:00–11:30 a.m. // 135 TMCB See more

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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 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 TODAY, October 24, to get the discounted price of $20!
Nov. 1–2 // East High School, SLC


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ASSEMBLY AND TEST ENGINEER
FORD MOTOR COMPANY— LIVONIA, MI
Duties include developing plans for machine tryout parts with an emphasis on delivery and continuous improvement of safety, quality and productivity.
APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 31

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

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

PLANETARIUM SHOW: HARRY POTTER'S ASTRONOMY
Weather permitting, the observation deck will be open after the show.
Fri, Nov. 1 // 7 & 8 p.m. // $2 at door

COLLOQUIUM — BENJAMIN T. STOKES
Benjamin T. Stokes of the University of Utah will present on his cosmic ray research.
Wed, Oct. 30 // 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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ACTUARIAL INTERNSHIP
CAMBRIA HEALTH SOLUTIONS —PORTLAND, OR; SEATTLE, WA
Actuarial intern will perform technical, analytical, and support functions to help the division and the company meet its goals. Applicants should be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program through Spring 2014.
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

SEMINAR— SCOTT BALDWIN
BYU psychology professor Scott Baldwin will present.
Thurs, Oct. 31 // 4 p.m. // 203 TMCB

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