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BYU BRIDGE
It's here! BYU Bridge is online! Click the link above to start finding jobs and internships.

APPLY FOR GRADUATION
Needing to graduate this August? Be sure and apply before April 15th, the application deadline. Click here for more information.

MILLER NEW VENTURE CHALLENGE
The Miller New Venture Challenge needs YOU to help select the grand prize winner. Prizes will be given out to people in attendence in addition to food. Bring a phone to vote!
FRI, APR 4 from 2:00-3:30 PM in the JSB Auditorium

BYU ALUMNI CAREER SPEAKER SERIES
This series features authors and career experts. Join the live webinars or watch recordings whenever you want--at no cost!

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!

STUDENT INNOVATOR OF THE YEAR
Enter your ideas, make them a reality.
Information Session APR 7, 5-6 PM in the CB Lounge. Networking event APR, 9, 5-6 PM in the CB Lounge.
Sign up by APR 30! Click here for more details.

BYU GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES GRADUATE PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Ever wondered what the geological graduate students do? Watch the link above to learn!

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

TUG OF WAR IS NOT THE ANSWER
To measure the speed with which cells move within a living organism, most scientists focus on how hard cells push and pull against each other. But Dr. John Dallon, a professor in the Department of Mathematics, has discovered a different, more effective way.


 
 

NO NEW JOBS

There are no new jobs this week for Chemistry and Biochemistry majors on BYU Bridge.

 

UPCOMING COLLOQUIA
Tristan H. Lambert, Columbia University, will present a lecture titled, "New Platforms for Catalysis: Enantioselective Bronsted Base Catalysis with Cyclopropenimines and Organocatalytic Carbonyl-Olefin Metathesis"
FRI, APR 4 at 4 PM in W140 BNSN

Stephen J. Loeb from the University of Windsor will present a lecture titled, "Organizing Mechanically Interlocked Molecules to Function Inside Metal-Organic Frameworks."
TUE, APR 8 at 4 PM in W140 BNSN

Christine M. Thomas from Brandeis University will present a lecture titled, "Metal-metal bonding in Heterobimetallic Complexes: Applications Towards Small Molecule Activation and Catalysis."
FRI, APR 11 at 4 PM in W140 BNSN

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PART-TIME IT HELP DESK/PC TECHNICIAN
UNICITY INTERNATIONAL--OREM, UT

SOFTWARE DEVELOPER
EPIC SYSTEMS CORPORATION--Madison, WI

There are 10 new jobs this week for computer science majors on BYU Bridge and additional postings on the CS Job Board

UPCOMING COLLOQUIUM
Dr. Jianbo Shi from the University of Pennsylvania will be presenting "Human and Video: Big Data and Small Details."
THURS, APR 10 at 11 AM in 1170 TCMB

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ENIVRONMENTAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPER
EARTHSOFT, Inc.--Salt Lake City, UT
You will assist in the development of EarthSoft’s Environmental Quality Information System (EQuIS) product line. Must have experience with database development including Microsoft SQL Server and/or Oracle, and 1-3 years experience in object-oriented development (preferably in Microsoft .NET).
APPLY BY MAY 11

There is 1 new job this week for Geology majors on BYU Bridge.

NO NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

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NO NEW JOBS

There are 0 new jobs this week for Mathematics majors on BYU Bridge.

SAC MEETING
Don't miss the next SAC meeting!
WED, APR 9 at 4 PM

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SECONDARY MATHEMATICS TEACHER
MONTICELLO ACADEMY--West Valley, UT
Main job responsibility is to teach mathematics to secondary students. Monticello is interested in someone with computer science or engineering background or study. The teacher will be teaching primarily 8th and 9th grade students.
APPLY BY MAY 11

BLUEPRINT MATH FELLOWSHIP 2014-2015
BLUEPRINT SCHOOLS NETWORK--Nationwide
Blueprint Fellows play an integral role in heightening student achievement in schools across the country. During the course of the year, Fellows are building strong relationships that help to increase each student’s self-confidence in and commitment to his/her education, helping to foster a positive future for each student.
APPLY BY MAY 11

There is 1 new job this week for Mathematics Education majors on BYU Bridge.

NO NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

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ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM INTERN
NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS--Austin, TX
The National Instruments Applications Engineering organization is hiring paid Interns in Summer 2014 for our Engineering Leadership Program (ELP). ELP is designed for college students who have strong leadership qualities, in addition to strong technical skills, who are open to developing their careers at National Instruments in the areas of technical sales, technical marketing, and R&D product support and project management. As an ELP Intern or Co-op, you have the opportunity to apply what you have learned in your classes directly to real-world applications. Your internship begins with training on NI flagship software and hardware.
APPLY BY MAY 11

There is 1 new job this week for Physics and Astronomy majors on BYU Bridge.

UPCOMING COLLOQUIUM
David Fee from the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska will speak on "Infrasound Monitoring Using a Global Network: from Volcanic Eruptions to Nuclear Explosions."
WED, APR 9 at 4 PM in C215 ESC

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STATISTICIAN/PROGRAMMER
TAMARA CANNON—Provo, UT
APPLY BY MAY 11

DIGITAL MARKETING PRODUCT OPERATIONS CATALYST
ADOBE SYSTEMS, INC.—Lehi, UT
APPLY BY MAY 11

There are 5 new jobs this week for Statistics majors on BYU Bridge.

MU SIGMA RHO FACULTY FEUD
All statistics students are invited to a feud between students and teachers!
THURS, APR 10 at 4 PM in 203 TCMB

GRADUATING STUDENTS PIZZA PARTY
There is a pizza party planned for graduating students! Woo hoo! See the Department Secretary to get a ticket and more details.
THURS, APR 17 from 12-2 PM at the Pizza Factory

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