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August 29, 2014
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INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT WORTHEN
Tues, Sept 9, 11 a.m.
Marriott Center

WOMEN'S CAREER CONVERSATIONS LUNCHEON

Thurs, Sept 18 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
3rd Floor Commons, Hinckley Center
Women professionals from academia as well as industry will share what they love about their careers, and what challenges and opportunities are available in their professions. Seating is limited. RSVP here.  

SUMMERHAYS LECTURE 
Dr. John Lamb of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry will speak on "The Dogma Trap" at the annual Summerhays Lecture.
Thurs, September 18, 7 p.m.
1080 HBLL

STEM CAREER FAIR
Thurs, Sept 25, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Wilkinson Center Ballroom 

Network with technical recruiters from over 150 companies.
Pre-register for the fair here.
Volunteer for the fair here.
For a list of companies attending, click here.
Watch the video here.

Prepare for the STEM Fair by updating your portfolio on BYU Bridge so companies can find your resume!
Set up your portfolio to generate a QR code that will appear on your name badge here. Only the information that you choose will be viewable through this code. 

ON CAMPUS INTERNSHIPS
Boost your resume and get real-world experience without leaving campus! Register for Bus M 494R Sec1. Click here to browse internship opportunities and to learn more. 

 
BYU Bridge
Useful features of the new BYU Bridge system include mock interviews, online scheduling with career counselors, an easy-to-navigate interface, profile data brought over from myBYU, and career finder resources. In addition, companies will be able to search for students by skills as well as by major, so make sure to complete your profile and prepare your portfolio!

Click here and here to look at two new opportunities on BYU Bridge!
Digital Immortality
From the elixir of life to the fountain of youth, people have been searching for a way into immortality since humans could think. Although science hasn’t led us that far yet, Dr. Barry Lunt from the BYU School of Technology and Dr. Matthew Linford from the BYU Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have created a way for our digital information to be immortal—or, at least, nearly so.
 
On July 21, Lunt and Linford met with Marcus Smith for The Morning Show on BYU Radio to talk about their creation of the M Disk. Click the link above to read more!
 
  JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
Research Associate
BioFire Diagnostics—Salt Lake City, UT
Job responsibilities include performing general lab duties, design and conduct experiments, collect and analyze data, and keep an accurate record of all work done in accordance with the quality system. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in the sciences, plus 0-5 years of lab experience based on research associate level. Also, experience with real-time PCR and cGMP compliance is desired.
APPLY BY SEPT 1
 
Intra-Operative Neuro-Monitoring Technician
Biotronic—St. George, UT
Job responsibilities include detecting and avoiding potential damage to the neural structure of a patient during surgery, monitoring spinal surgery, brain tumor removal and some cardiovascular procedures using the latest technology. Training is provided and paid for. Qualifications include bachelor’s degree in the life or physical sciences and training in anatomy, physiology, and physics is important.
APPLY BY SEPT 28

There are 2 new jobs this week for Chemistry and Biochemistry majors on BYU Bridge.
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  JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
Software Development Position
Microsoft—Redmond, WA
Job responsibilities include diving deep into code and working as part of a team of programming experts who solve problems and build powerful new tools. You will collaborate with SDETs to ensure stellar product quality, and you provide technical guidance to PMs as they communicate user needs and product requirements. Qualifications include pursuing or within six months of graduation with a bachelor’s, master’s or PhD degree in engineering, computer science or related field, and 1-2 years of experience programming in C++, Java or other computer programming languages preferred.
APPLY BY SEPT 2

There are 2 new jobs this week for computer science majors on BYU Bridge and additional postings on the CS Job Board
ANNOUNCEMENTS
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NO NEW POSTINGS

There are 0 new jobs this week for Geology majors on BYU Bridge.
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Technical Services/Problem Solver
Epic Systems Corporation—Madison, WI
Job responsibilities include becoming an expert in one of Epic’s software applications, acting as a steward for your customer, communication with them on a daily or near-daily basis, applying a logical and analytical methodology to complex problem solving, successfully prioritize, analyze, and address issues, work with our software development team to determine the direction of future development, and maintain strong working knowledge of products and take ownership for product improvement. Qualifications include a BS/BA in a hard science (engineering, math, physics) with strong academic performance and willing to relocate to Madison (relocation expenses covered).
APPLY BY SEPT 13
 
BioMathematician
BioFire Diagnositics, LLC—alt Lake City, UT
Job responsibilities include implementing mathematical and/or statistical models and contributing to verification and validation efforts for regulated products. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in statistics or mathematics with some experience as a mathematician or statistician. Also, candidate must also possess working knowledge of Statistical Process Control.
APPLY BY SEPT 1

There are 2 new jobs this week for Mathematics majors on BYU Bridge.
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Major orientation will take place on WEDS, SEPT 24.

The Math Department sponsors several student clubs: Student Advisory Council (SAC), and Student Advisory Council for ACME (SACME). Let your voice be heard – join a club! SAC will hold its first meeting on WEDS, SEPT 10 at 4 p.m. in 292 TMCB and an opening social for all math majors on FRI, SEPT 19 at 6 p.m. at Kiwanis Park. Look for meeting announcements in the TMCB, on our department webpage, and on the BYU Math Facebook page.

Look for more updates on math.byu.edu and on bulletin boards in the TMCB.
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  JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
High School Math Teacher
Window Rock Unified School District—FT Defiance, AZ
Job responsibilities include teaching content/skills in assigned subject, planning lesson plans, providing individual and small group instruction, creating a safe and orderly environment, exercising supervision over students, assuming responsibility for professional development, and identifying student needs and accomplishments. Qualifications include a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the teaching field and an Arizona teaching license.
APPLY BY AUG 31

Middle School Math & Science Teacher
Window Rock Unified School District—Ft. Defiance, AZ
Job responsibilities include teaching content/skills in assigned subject area using adopted textbooks, planning lessons that meet individual needs, interests, and abilities, creates a safe and orderly environment, encourages students to think independently and express original ideas, and establishes and maintains standards of student behavior. Qualifications include bachelor’s or master’s degree, hold a major or minor in teaching field, and valid Arizona teaching certificate.
APPLY BY AUG 31

There are 2 new jobs this week for Mathematics Education majors on BYU Bridge
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NO NEW POSTINGS

There are 0 new jobs this week for Physics and Astronomy majors on BYU Bridge
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Senior Statistician-Computation
Kenexa—Indianapolis, IN
Job responsibilities include collaborating with other statistical colleagues and study personnel, assisting in and/or be accountable for selecting statistical methods for data analysis, authoring the corresponding sections of the analysis plan, and conducting the actual analysis once a reporting database is created. Qualifications include a master’s degree in statistics or biostatistics and legally authorized to be employed in the US.
APPLY BY OCT 20

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