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December 11, 2014
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UPCOMING DATES AND DEADLINES:
Dec 11—Last day of Fall classes 
Dec 12—Exam Preparation Day
Dec 15-19—Final Exams 

TAKE A COUGAR TO LUNCH
Want to get free lunch, valuable career advice, and an opportunity to expand your network? Click here to learn more about connecting with an alumni mentor over lunch.

REGISTER FOR BUSINESS CAREER ESSENTIALS
Thinking about which classes to take next semester? Boost your career in science with Business Career Essentials!
Register for CHEM 500, CS 500, GEOL 500, MATH 500, MTHED 500, PHSCS 500, or STAT 500.  
 
PING PONG CANNON
Need inspiration to get you through finals? Watch physics professor Harold Stokes get shot with a ping pong cannon to demonstrate the effects of pressure. 
THREE MINUTE THESIS (3MT) COMPETITION
Think you can present your graduate thesis in just three minutes? You could win up to $5,000! Apply online 
NO LATER than Jan 2
CPMS competition—Jan 30
University competition—Feb 5
  JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
 
Product Specialist
Qualtrics—Provo, UT
As a Product Specialist you will work as a member of the Qualtrics University team helping some of the world’s top minds take their research to the next level. Responsibilities include the following: quickly becoming an expert on the Qualtrics Research Suite and supporting software; solving complex technical support problems both independently and in a team environment; clearly communicating solutions back to clients through phone and email; training and teaching clients on specific and new aspects of the Research Suite platform; actively troubleshooting and testing processes to discover gaps in product functionality; and continually adapting and developing in-depth product knowledge and learn new technologies.
APPLY BY MAR 4

Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship
This program provides students with an opportunity to gain and develop research skills with the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy for 10 weeks over the summer. For 20 years, this program has increased awareness of DOE research opportunities to students pursuing STEM degrees (science, technology, engineering, and math). The goal of the program is to improve opportunities for women and minority students in these fields; however, all eligible candidates are encouraged to apply. Stipends start at $600 per week and eligible Fellows will receive an additional travel and housing allowance.
APPLY BY JAN 2

London Internship Program
Applications are now being accepted for the Spring 2015 program. Learn more here
APPLY BY JAN 20. 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Upcoming Information Sessions
Employers regularly visit BYU looking to hire students. Find out who's coming to campus and how you can learn more about their company and job openings. 

Department of Energy Scholars Program
The DOE Scholars program is now accepting applications for summer 2015. This unique opportunity introduces students or post-graduates to the agency's mission and operations through a variety of research opportunities at DOE facilities nationwide. Click here for more information or to apply.

Veterans are given Veterans preference with the Federal Energy Management Program at federal agencies in Washington, DC. Click here for more information. 
APPLY BY JAN 15

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Summer Fellowship Program
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH), Division of Laboratory Sciences (DLS), is seeking Summer ORISE Fellows to focus on public health issues related to the environment. Students with three years of major coursework are invited to apply; chemistry and biology majors are preferred, but other science majors may be considered. For more info and to apply click here
APPLY BY JAN 16

Philips Research Scholars Program
The Philips Research Site at Kirtland Air Force Base is now accepting applications for undergraduate and graduate research fellows. Opportunities are available for chemistry, math, computer science and programming, and physics students. For more info and to apply click here.
APPLY BY JAN 20

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  JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
Scientist II
Planet Pharma—Salt Lake City, UT
Under general supervision, the scientist carries out laboratory work to support somewhat complex method investigations, method validations, method transfers, and method comparisons. Under the direction of senior colleagues, the scientist performs non routine testing, such as evaluation of USP proposals revisions and reference standard qualifications. A bachelor's degree in chemistry or related science field from an accredited college or university, and two (2) to four (4) years related laboratory experience are required. Pharmaceutical experience is a plus.
APPLY BY DEC 16

There is 1 new job this week for Chemistry and Biochemistry majors on BYU Bridge.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
NO NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS


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Intern-Front-End Engineer
Domo, Inc.—American Fork, UT
Paid part-time internship opportunities at Domo Technologies are designed for Computer Science, Information Systems, Computer Engineering, and related engineering disciplines. These internship positions are intended to provide students with the opportunity to contribute to our test and quality engineering efforts. This paid internship offers $20/hour with flexible hours during school year. Must be able to work at least 20 hours during school year with 4 hour shifts available both morning or afternoon during business hours of 8:00 AM–6:00 PM.
APPLY BY MAR 5

Entry Level Java Developer
Antra, Inc.—multiple locations
Job responsibilities include the following: collaborates with Product Management and development team to ensure user stories are created and estimated; works closely with development team to identify and resolve issues; designs and reviews software; and develops software of application or system components. A bachelors or master’s degree in computer science, engineering, or information systems is required. 
APPLY BY JAN 3

Implementation Consultant Intern
Fast Enterprises, LLC—Warsaw, Poland
Fast Enterprises, LLC is currently looking for a Polish-speaking intern to join our projects in Warsaw, Poland for the summer as an Implementation Consultant intern. Click here for more information.

APPLY BY DEC 26

There are 10 new jobs this week for computer science majors on BYU Bridge and additional postings on the CS Job Board
ANNOUNCEMENTS
NO NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

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NO NEW JOBS

There are 0 new jobs this week for Geology majors on BYU Bridge.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
NO NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS


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Windows Integration Support/Client Systems Technical Services
Epic Systems Corporation—Madison, WI
As part of the Client Systems team, you'll apply your technical savvy and problem-solving skills by working with our customers to integrate Epic's software into their existing environments. You'll collaborate directly with your customers' Windows server administrators and provide a high level of technical guidance, knowledge, and support to resolve complex issues. While not required, technical knowledge in the following areas is preferred: Microsoft Windows servers, Microsoft IIS / ASP.NET, Windows server virtualization.
APPLY BY JAN 17

Implementation Consultant Intern
Fast Enterprises, LLC—Warsaw, Poland
Fast Enterprises, LLC is currently looking for a Polish-speaking intern to join our projects in Warsaw, Poland for the summer as an Implementation Consultant intern. Click here for more information.

There are 0 new jobs this week for Mathematics majors on BYU Bridge.
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Upcoming Colloquium: 

Focus on Math
Dr. Tim Chartier, Davidson College 
Thurs, Dec 11, 4 p.m.
1170 TMCB

Major Field Test in Mathematics (December 2014 graduates)
Students are required to take either the GRE Math Subject Test or the Major Field Test in Mathematics (MFT) the last semester before they graduate. If students have taken the GRE subject test, they do not need to take the MFT, but should provide the university with evidence of having taken the subject test and the score received.

To register or for more information, contact Lonette Stoddard at lonettes@math.byu.edu. 

Sat, Dec 13, 10 a.m.
149 TMCB

 
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  JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
2015-2016 STEM/Invention Teacher
Achievement First—Opportunities in NY, CT, and RI
Achievement First, a non-profit 501(c)3 charter school management organization, will operate 29 public charter schools in Brooklyn, Connecticut, and Rhode Island for the 2015–16 school year. The mission of Achievement First is to close the achievement gap and deliver on the promise of equal educational opportunity for all children, regardless of race or economic status. Achievement First currently educates more than 8,100 students in historically underserved neighborhoods, with over 90 percent of our students identifying as Black and Latino. A bachelor’s degree from a competitive college or university as well as at least two years of teaching experience is preferred. 
APPLY BY DEC 25

There is 1 new job this week for Mathematics Education majors on BYU Bridge
ANNOUNCEMENTS
NO NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Photometric Engineer
Kenall Lighting—Kenosha, WA
The Photometric Engineer is responsible for conducting testing related to the design and development of Kenall's solid state lighting fixtures. The ideal candidate will possess a strong theoretical background, display passion for photometry science, and be proficient in the use of equipment including, but not limited to; voltmeters, ammeters, power analyzers, thermo-coupling, light meters, power hand tools, soldering equipment, and table and/or band saws. Responsibilities include the following: perform photometric testing  using Goniophotometers and Intergrating Spheres; perform diagnostics and apply corrective solutions; review data and submit to Technical Director for approval; and increase proficiency in photometry. A bachelor’s degree in mechanical or electrical engineering, physics, mathematics, or related degree and a GPA of 3.25 or higher are required.
APPLY BY JAN 8

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

**Planetarium closed for finals and winter break. 


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Actuarial Analyst 
Willis Re Inc. – Minneapolis, MN
The actuarial analyst will be responsible for analyzing insurance data, evaluating reinsurance structures and their impact on company performance by using various tools and simulation models, and presenting the results to internal and external clients via reports, exhibits, maps, graphs, and formal presentations. A demonstrated aptitude for quantitative data analysis, creative and critical thinking, and strong computer skills are preferred.
APPLY BY FEB 4

There are 4 new jobs this week for Statistics majors on BYU Bridge
  ANNOUNCEMENTS
Statistics Seminar Series:
Tom Stewart
"Support Vector Machines for Missing Covariates"
Thurs, Dec 11, 4 p.m.
203 TMCB

Mu Sigma Rho Christmas Breakfast
All statistics majors are invited!
Fri, Dec 12, 8–9 a.m.
235 TMCB

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