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November 17, 2016
,      College Announcements       

FOOD DRIVE
November 7-26. Valley United Against Hunger urges you to donate non-perishables in bins around campus and come to food drive events this month. More info here

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. 

GSS CHRISTMAS PARTY
Thursday, December 1, 11am-1pm, WSC 3220/3222/3224. 

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. 

SMART SCHOLARSHIP
The SMART Scholarship for Service Program pays for students' BS, MS, or PhD degrees and employs them in a Department of Defense facility post-degree completion. Apply by December 1, 2016. To apply and learn more, click here.   
 
THE NIKON SCHOLARSHIP
The 2017 Nikon International Small World Competition encompasses any movie or digital time-lapse photography taken through a light microscope. Top 3 prize winners will receive $3000, $2000 and $1000 award amounts respectively. Deadline is April 30, 2017. For more info, click here


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                CPMS TV                  
ADVISEMENT CENTER
Apply for graduation, plan your classes, and find out about scholarships and financial aid at the CPMS Advisement Center in N-181 ESC. Watch this video to see how the Advisement Center can help you.   
                NEWS                       
CHEMISTRY MAGICIANS
BYU chemistry professors thrilled local audiences with science magic during National Chemistry Week: creating fire from ice, producing molten iron from rust, forming fire tornados, and blowing up butane-filled balloons. Read about it here

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                    All Majors                   
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Management Rotational Program
Hajoca Corporation — Concord, CA
Hajoca’s Management Development Program is a training path for candidates interested in becoming a manager of a Hajoca location.
APPLY BY NOVEMBER 30

$16/hr French Customer Service Reps
The Results Companies — Provo, UT
The Results Associate assists customers and prospective customers with service, billing, and technical concerns via email, phone, or chat, in accordance with The Results Companies policies and procedures. 
APPLY BY NOVEMBER 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.  

Distinguished Lecture in Religion and World Affairs
Thursday, November 17
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

Free Showing of The Abolitionists 
November 17, 7-9pm, WSC Ballroom
Join BYU students and community members in a fight against human trafficking. 


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       Chemistry & Biochemistry       
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Doctoral Fellow in Chemistry
Smith College — Northampton, MA
The Department of Chemistry at Smith College invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in chemistry beginning July 1, 2017. The initial term of appointment is for two years, with the possibility of an additional reappointment for up to one year. This postdoctoral fellowship offers a combined teaching and research position at a selective liberal arts college. The candidate will conduct independent research with focus in synthetic organic chemistry and chemical education.
APPLY BY DECEMBER 14

Safety Specialist
ARUP Laboratories — Salt Lake City, UT
Responsible for implementation of the organization's life-safety and environmental programs. Develop, implement, monitor, and manage safety and environmental programs, policies, and procedures. Ensures the organization complies with all current safety and environmental regulations. Evaluates the organization's procedures, facilities, and equipment to identify unsafe conditions and recommend actions for improvement. 
APPLY BY DECEMBER 15

There is one new job this week for chemistry and biochemistry majors on BYU Bridge.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Seminars

Thursday, November 17, 4pm, W140 BNSN
"Genes, Epigenetics and the Brain – New Ideas and Discoveries"
Presented by Chris Gregg, PhD
Dept. of Neurobiology and Anatomy,
University of Utah

Monday, November 21, 4pm, W140 BNSN
"Commercialization of Companion Diagnostics: Enhancing the Safety, Efficacy, and Health Economics of Therapeutics"
Presented by Kelly Pitts, PhD
Vice President, Research and Development, Corgenix

Tuesday, November 29, 4pm, W140 BNSN
"Structure and mechanisms of the polycystic kidney disease channel PKD2"
Presented by Erhu Cao, PhD
Dept. of Biochemistry, University of Utah 
 
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            Computer Science             ;
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Big Data/Cloud Computing Engineer
ARUP Laboratories — Salt Lake City, UT
Work in a focused team that performs software programing, administration, builds and maintains infrastructure, and assists with cloud computing in support of the Biocomputing Department. Provides technical support for the Biocomputing Function.
APPLY BY DECEMBER 15

Internship Opportunities in Development (Engineering)
Microsoft — Redmond, WA
Software engineers at Microsoft are passionate about building technologies that make the world a better place. You will collaborate with a team of programming experts to solve problems and build some of the world’s most advanced services and devices. Your efforts on the design, development, and testing of next-generation applications will have an impact on millions of people.
APPLY BY FEBRUARY 12

There are 18 new jobs this week for computer science majors on BYU Bridge and additional postings on the CS job board.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Colloquium
Thursday, November 17, 11am, 1170 TMCB
"End-User Control of Intelligent Systems: The Role of Interactivity in Computer-Supported Decision Making"
Presented by Jacob Solomon, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan Medical School



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            Geological Sciences           
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Geology Program Manager
USDA Forest Service — Kamiah, ID
The Geology Program Manager leads the Forest’s Minerals Program in support of locatable, saleable, and leasable minerals. He/she supervises a Geologist and two Minerals Technicians. The program includes a very active suction dredge mining program and numerous hard rock mining explorations.
APPY BY DECEMBER 10

There are 9 new jobs this week for geology majors on BYU Bridge.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Seminar
Thursday November 17, 11am, 295 ESC
"EM Applications to Geology"
Presented by Kisa Edson Mwakanyamale, PhD
Prairie Research Institute
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Thesis Defense
Monday, November 21, 3pm, N313 ESC
"Geochemical Comparison of Ancient and Modern Eolian Dune Foresets Using Principal Components Analysis"
Presented by David Little
Department of Geological Sciences 
Brigham Young University

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                  Mathematics                 
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Business Sys Analyst – Automated System Testing (Entry-Level)
Varian Medical Systems — Salt Lake City, UT
We are looking for a recent graduate to work as a Business Sys Analyst. The candidate will be responsible for maintenance and upgrade of a Validation automation system, and act as a Validation point of contact for Varex IT Applications.
APPLY BY DECEMBER 31

Internship Opportunities in Development (Engineering)
Microsoft — Redmond, WA
Software engineers at Microsoft are passionate about building technologies that make the world a better place. You will collaborate with a team of programming experts to solve problems and build some of the world’s most advanced services and devices. Your efforts on the design, development, and testing of next-generation applications will have an impact on millions of people.
APPLY BY FEBRUARY 12

There are 17 new jobs this week for mathematics majors on BYU Bridge.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
"Careers in Math" Seminars

Thursday, November 17, 4pm, 1170 TMCB
Eric Ringger, FACEBOOK
Light refreshments will be served at 3:45pm.

Thursday, December 8, 4pm, 1170 TMCB
Alex McAdams, PIXAR DISNEY
Light refreshments will be served at 3:45pm.

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         Mathematics Education         
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Port Angeles School District AmeriCorps Program Member
Port Angeles, WA
The Port Angeles School District AmeriCorps program will provide individual member placement in one of nine school locations with further opportunities to serve in partner agencies in Port Angeles, Washington. A team of 16 AmeriCorps members will provide focused and strategic intervention in the form of academic tutor and mentor support to at-risk and struggling students during the school day, after school, and during a summer session.
APPLY BY JANUARY 3

There are 8 new jobs 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
Intern - Quantitative Analyst
Zions Bancorporation — Salt Lake City, UT
This position will develop and apply high-level mathematical and stochastic models to analyze bank loan risks. Design, test, and validate analytics for stress testing and other related tools and procedures. Perform modeling, data analysis, and programming in SAS, SQL and Java. Evaluate risk forecasting models and interpret simulation results. 
APPLY BY DECEMBER 9

Science Teacher
Logan River Academy — Logan, UT
Full-time position with benefits, in a private school (residential treatment center) in Logan for students from 8th to 12th grade, Salary based on education and experience. Position begins August 29, 2016 or when filled. Duties: Develop lesson plans/activities based on the state core for science. Evaluate student progress and provide appropriate instruction based on student need, support the mission of the school, and perform other duties as assigned.
APPLY BY JANUARY 6

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

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Planetarium Shows

Friday, November 18, 7pm & 8pm, 4th Floor ESC
Royden G. Derrick Planetarium
"Astronomy in the Book of Abraham". Put the astronomy discussed in Abraham in context.
Tickets sold at the door. $2.00/ticket in cash or check.

Friday, December 2, 7pm & 8pm, 4th Floor ESC
Royden G. Derrick Planetarium
"Star of Bethlehem"
Tickets sold at the door. $2.00/ticket in cash or check.

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                    Statistics                     
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Intern-Quantitative Analyst-Allowance for Loan & Lease Losses (ALLL)
Zions Bancorporation — Salt Lake City, UT
The Quantitative Analyst Intern will assist with quantitative models, documentation, and research related to the Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL).
APPLY BY DECEMBER 10

IBM I Software Engineer
New Oriental Haiwei Career Services Co., Ltd — Beijing, China
No matter whether you are passionate about the growing technologies, or interested in classic computer technologies and no matter whether you are proficient in C/C++, or Java, or willing to dig into test essentials, IBM China Systems Lab IBM i development team is one of the best places for you to work in to grow your career.
APPLY BY JANUARY 10

There are 6 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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