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November 3, 2016
,      College Announcements       

CAN I KISS YOU?
Thursday, November 3, WSC Garden Court
5-6pm or 7:30-8:30pm
Title IX presentation, "Can I Kiss You? A Candid Look at Consent"
For more information visit titleix.byu.edu

UCUR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
The Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research celebrates academic, professional, and personal achievements resulting from undergraduate research projects or creative endeavors. Submit a proposal paper to UCUR by Friday, November 4. Click here for more information and to register. 

WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE
November 7 is the deadline to withdraw from classes. Have questions? Meet with an advisor in N-181 ESC or call 801.422.2674

CPMS DEAN TO PRESENT EDUCATION IN ZION LECTURE
Tuesday, November 8, 4-5pm, B-192 JFSB
Dean Scott D. Sommerfeldt, College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, will present, "Finding (and Losing?) Myself as a Scholar." 

APPLY FOR APRIL 2017 GRADUATION
Apply before November 15. Fill out the application online, then go to the Advisement Center in N-181 ESC. 

GSS WOMEN'S FORUM
Wednesday, November 16, 6-7pm, WSC 3222. 

GET PAID TO LEARN
Learn how to operate a cell sorter and contribute to research. The program pay starts at $11 an hour and is limited to three undergrad students. Interested students should contact Dr. Greg Burton at gburton@chem.byu.edu. Deadline is November 25. 

LUMEN STEM FAIR
Lumen is a charter school looking for volunteers to present hands-on STEM activities to 7th-12th graders or to mentor a student in a science project that will be presented at the fair on Saturday, January 14, 2017. Click here for more information and to sign-up. 


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                CPMS TV                  
CPMS ADVISEMENT CENTER
Apply for graduation, plan your classes, and learn about research, scholarship, and internship opportunities. Watch this video to learn how the Advisement Center can help you. 
                NEWS                       
PROFESSOR NATHAN PRIDDIS
Dr. Nathan Priddis brings his diverse teaching experiences and passion for string theory research to the Department of Mathematics. He has taught in Michigan and abroad in Germany. Read about it here

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                    All Majors                   
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Patent Search Analyst
Cardinal Intellectual Property — Evanston, IL
Patent Search Analysts specialize in conducting patent searches for clients. They utilize their technical background and experiences to understand each invention or patent disclosure and apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to conduct a focused and comprehensive search for prior art references for the search report.
APPLY BY JANUARY 28

Rotational Associate
The D.E. Shaw Group — New York, NY
We are seeking individuals with an impressive record of academic or professional achievement to join our Rotational Associates Program. We’re looking for candidates with raw talent, intellectual curiosity, and an interest in finance to become the next generation of leaders at our firm. You’ll spend 12-18 months rotating through four departments and working on projects while getting broad exposure to the firm's activities. 
APPLY BY JANUARY 28

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Class for International Grad Students
Need help with writing your thesis or dissertation in English? Register for Ling 501: Advanced Research and Writing Techniques for Second-Language Writers for Winter Semester. Click here for more details.  

Foreign Service Officer Test Information Session
November 9, 10-11:30am, HRCB 238

State Department Career Info Session
November 9, 1:30-3pm, HRCB 238

Leadership Workshop
November 12, 10am-2pm, 230 CB
Register by November 5. Attendees will receive certification, and a free lunch. 

Distinguished Lecture in Religion and World Affairs
Thursday, November 17, 2016
7:30pm, HBLL Auditorium
"U.S. Efforts to Promote International Religious Freedom"
Presented by David A. Saperstein, U.S. Ambassador-At-Large for International Religious Freedom

Get Paid to Learn
Learn how to operate a cell sorter and contribute to research. The program pays $11 an hour and is limited to three undergrad students. Interested students should contact Dr. Greg Burton at gburton@chem.byu.edu. Deadline is November 25. 


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       Chemistry & Biochemistry       
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Noble Summer Research Scholars in Plant Science
Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation — Ardmore, OK
The Administrative Division of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. is accepting applications for the position as an intern in our highly recognized Noble Summer Research Scholars in Plant Science Program. This is a temporary position. The 2017 Research Scholars Program will begin June 5, 2017 and end on August 11, 2017.
APPLY BY DECEMBER 30

Patent Search Analyst
Cardinal Intellectual Property — Evanston, IL
Patent Search Analysts specialize in conducting patent searches for clients. They utilize their technical background and experiences to understand each invention or patent disclosure and apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to conduct a focused and comprehensive search for prior art references for the search report.
APPLY BY JANUARY 28

There are 6 new jobs this week for chemistry and biochemistry majors on BYU Bridge.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Seminars

Thursday, November 3, 4pm, W140 BNSN
"Harnessing Nucleic Acid Molecular Recognition and Self-Assembly for Biosensing and Bioimaging"
Presented by Jennifer Heemstra, PhD
Dept. of Chemistry, University of Utah

Monday, November 7, 4pm, W140 BNSN
"Multi-disciplinary Efforts toward Catalyst Design: Insight into the C-H Functionalization Jungle"
Presented by Jamal Musaev, PhD
Center for Scientific Computation, Emory University

Chemistry Capstone Projects
Sign up for Chem 496R to solve real world problems, work with professional chemists, build your resume, and gain vaulable experience.  
 
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            Computer Science             ;
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Network Security Intern
MITRE Corporation – Bedford, MA
Work as part of a team to design, implement, and test a prototype solution to a summer project aligned with one of our sponsors' key challenges. This internship will provide you an opportunity to learn about cutting edge networking capabilities and gain hands-on experience working in a state of the art networking and security lab while solving a real-world problem currently impacting one of our sponsors.
APPLY BY JANUARY 25

Back End Engineer
Artemis Health – Salt Lake City, UT
As part of the Artemis engineering team you’ll help craft simple and fun tools that help professionals get value out of their healthcare data. You’ll have a lot of variety in what you work on and you’ll have a lot of autonomy in how you get the job done. We expect you to take initiative in planning out how you’ll implement features and proactively consult other team members when you need input.
APPLY BY DECEMBER 5

There are 13 new jobs this week for computer science majors on BYU Bridge and additional postings on the CS job board.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
BIOT
December 8-9, 2016
The BIOT Symposium seeks to showcase state-of-the-art research and development activities in multiple areas of computer science, engineering, and medicine. Register here.


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            Geological Sciences           
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
Geospatial Analyst
EPA -- Research Triangle Park, NC
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program is searching for a Geospatial Analyst with the Office of Research and Development. The full-time job is expected to begin December 2016. Must have a Master’s degree in geospatial science, geography, environmental science, or a related field. For more info, click here. Have questions? Email EPAjobs@orau.org. 

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


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Seminars

Thursday, November 10, 11-11:50am, C295 ESC
"Black gold, yellow gold, and heresy: A different view of Eocene hydrothermal systems in the northern Great Basin"
Presented by Mark Barton, PhD
Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arizona

Thursday, November 17, 11-11:50am, C295 ESC
"EM Applications to Geology"
Present by Kisa Edson Mwakanyamale, PhD
Prairie Research Institute, Illinois


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                  Mathematics                 
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Implementation Consultant Intern
Fast Enterprises LLC – Nationwide
As an implementation intern on our team, you will be involved with all phases of the implementation of our GenTax® software solution. We have sites across North America and abroad and interns should be flexible with respect to work locations.
APPLY BY JANUARY 28

Network Security Intern
MITRE Corporation – Bedford, MA
Work as part of a team to design, implement, and test a prototype solution to a summer project aligned with one of our sponsors' key challenges. This internship will provide you an opportunity to learn about cutting edge networking capabilities and gain hands-on experience working in a state of the art networking and security lab while solving a real-world problem currently impacting one of our sponsors.
APPLY BY JANUARY 25

There are 22 new jobs this week for mathematics majors on BYU Bridge.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Colloquia 

Thursday, November 3, 11am, 135 TMCB
"Variations on Random Walk on Graphs"
Presented by Mark Kempton, PhD
Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications, Harvard University

Monday, November 14, 4pm, 3106 JKB
"Tales of Our Forefathers"
Presented by Barry Simon, PhD
Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy
Cal Tech


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         Mathematics Education         
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Long-Term Substitute Math/Science Teacher
Freedom Academy — Provo, UT
Freedom Preparatory Academy, an accredited public charter school in Provo, is seeking a long-term substitute teacher for Math 7, Math 7 advanced, one earth science, and one anatomy class.
APPLY BY NOVEMBER 30

There is one new job this week for mathematics education majors on BYU Bridge.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

There are no new announcements this week.

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           Physics & Astronomy          
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
Student Electrical Engineer
Gooch Engineering – Orem, UT
This is a part-time position with flexible hours and the possibility of full-time work during school breaks. We are a consulting and manufacturing company that specializes in the design, development, testing and manufacturing of sophisticated electrical and mechanical products. 
APPLY BY NOVEMBER 30

There are 13 new jobs this week for physics and astronomy majors on BYU Bridge.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Planetarium Show: November Sky
Friday, November 4, 7pm & 8pm, 4th floor ESC. Pay $2 at the door. 

Colloquium
Wednesday, November 9, 4pm, C215 ESC
"Introduction to Gamma-ray Astrophysics"
Presented by Ken Watanabe, PhD
Dept. of Chemistry and Physics 
Florida Gulf Coast University


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                    Statistics                     
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Data Warehousing and Analytics Consultant
Fast Enterprises LLC - Nationwide
As a Data Warehousing and Analytics Consultant on our team, you will be involved with data warehousing, business intelligence, and data analytics. We have sites across North America and abroad.
APPLY BY JANUARY 28

Conversion Team Member
Fast Enterprises LLC – Nationwide
Data Conversion Team Members assist with all aspects of the data conversion process, including extraction definitions, test conversions, and verification of the completeness and accuracy of the data. The candidate must establish a strong working relationship with the clients and interact effectively with all levels of client personnel.
APPLY BY JANUARY 28

There are 12 new jobs this week for statistics majors on BYU Bridge, and additional postings for internships and jobs on the statistics website.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
There are no new announcements this week.

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