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TAKE BUSINESS CAREER ESSENTIALS 500!
Learn how to succeed in the business of science and math by registering for this Winter 2014 course! The course is listed under your major as CHEM 500, CS 500, GEOL 500, MATH 500, MTHED 500, PHSCS 500, or STAT 500.


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!

SMART: SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, & RESEARCH FOR TRANSFORMATION
Students in STEM fields can apply to become a SMART Scholar through the National Defense Education Program.
For more information or to apply, click here.

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY STEM SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Spend 10 weeks this summer working as an intern at a national laboratory or other research facility! Click here for more information on how to apply.
APPLY BY MON, JAN. 6

BARRY M. GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP
Apply to win one of 300 annual scholarships!
Apply by Fri, Dec. 20 // submit to Dr. Randy Shirts // C312 BNSN

NOVEMBER SCHOLARSHIPS AND PROGRAMS
Click above to browse scholarships with upcoming deadlines.

STREET SCIENCE: EPISODE 2—TORNADO TUBE
In this week's installment of Street Science, the crew explores the fastest way to get liquid out of a 2-liter bottle using scientific principles!

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

TURNING UP THE HEAT
Chemistry professor Scott Burt was recently published in the leading scientific journal Nature. Check out his research on a new technique to map the temperature of gases in heterogeneous reactions.


 
 

SCIENTIST: FORMULATIONS
NUTRACEUTICAL CORPORATION—PARK CITY, UT
Responsibilities include conducting, producing, testing, and assisting in the development of new products for a wide variety of nutritional supplements in the form of capsules and tablets following established procedures. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree in a scientific field.
APPLY BY SAT, DEC. 28

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

 

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PHP WEB DEVELOPER
ENEXSOLUTIONS—PROVO, UT
Enexsolutions is seeking an individual to help with maintaining, developing, and testing applications for customers. Applicants should have experience in PHP programming, HTML, CSS, MVC, object-oriented programming, javascript frameworks (Prototype, scriptaculous, iQuery), linux shell experience, and MySQL.

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

BYU ACM WEEKEND OF CODE
Help with an LDS Tech project and enjoy free breakfast! You don't need to be an expert programmer to participate.
Sat, Nov. 16 // 9 a.m.–1 p.m. // TMCB
Lobby

LECTURE: DAVE EMBLEY
BYU CS Professor Emeritus Dave Embley will present "Big Data—Conceptual Modeling to the Rescue."
Thurs, Nov. 21 // 11 a.m. // 1170 TMCB



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NO NEW JOBS

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

SEMINAR: ALEXANDER SIMMS
Alexander Simms (University of California-Santa Barbara) will present "A Holocene case for parasequences: Examples from the Gulf of Mexico and Antarctica."
Thurs, Nov. 21 // 11 a.m. // C295 ESC

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MACHINE LEARNING AND DATA SCIENCE INTERN
ADOBE SYSTEMS, INC.SAN JOSE, CA
Intern will be an individual contributor and work with various members of the Machine Learning and Data Science teams to build functioning prototypes using real-world data. Some problems to be addressed during the internship include social networking analysis and conversion prediction models for real-time bidding. Applicants should be pursuing a bachelor's degree.
APPLY BY TUES, DEC. 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: Nov. 22 & 23. Available in the Testing Center
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COLLOQUIUM: MARK HUGHES
Mark Hughes of Stony Brook University will present "Constructing broken fibrations on 4-dimensional manifolds and surface braids."
Thurs, Nov. 21 // 4 p.m. // 135 TMCB


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MATH 6-8 TEACHING POSITION
SPECTRUM ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOLOREM, UT
This position is for the upcoming school year. Applicants should have a secondary license with a math endorsement level 2 or higher.
APPLY BY FRI, JAN 31

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

MEA SERVICE PROJECT
For Novemeber's MEA activity, we will be collecting and donating supplies to schools in Utah County. Our aim is to provide basic supplies and student whiteboards for classrooms. Click on the link above for a list of needed supplies.


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NO NEW JOBS

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

PLANETARIUM SHOW: FRIDAY NIGHT
Weather permitting, the observation deck will be open after the show.
Fri, Nov. 15 // 7 & 8 p.m. // $2 at door

PLANETARIUM SHOW: FRIDAY NIGHT
Weather permitting, the observation deck will be open after the show.
Fri, Nov. 22 // 7 & 8 p.m. // $2 at door

COLLOQUIUM — SCOTT BERGESON
Scott Bergeson of the Department of Physics and Astronomy will present.
Wed, Nov. 20 // 4 p.m. // C215 ESC


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SENIOR WEB ANALYST
OVERSTOCK.COM—SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
The Web Analyst is responsible for interpreting how the customer interacts with the website. They must have strong problem-solving skills and the ability to sell recommendations which will improve the customer experience. The web analyst assists in setting up hypothesis tests and interpreting the results. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree and at least two years of experience in advanced web analytics methodologies.
APPLY BY WED, DEC. 18


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

SEMINAR— ABEL RODRIGUEZ
Abel Rodriguez of Santa Cruz will present.
Thurs, Nov. 21 // 4 p.m. // 203 TMCB

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