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March 30, 2017
,      College Announcements       
 
QUEY HEBREW LECTURE
Thursday, March 30, 7pm, W112 BNSN
The Department of Geological Sciences is pleased to announce the subject of this year’s Quey Hebrew Memorial Lecture—“Sustaining the Supply of Metal Resources for Society: Can We Do It?” The speaker, Dr. Adam Simon, studies the formation of metal-rich ore deposits across the nation. As a professor at the University of Michigan, Simon participates in a collaborative research effort with students and mining companies to find new ore deposits—a work that is necessary for the preservation and use of future metal resources.

CHOOSE 2 GIVE
These are the last Choose 2 Give events of the year. Remember to donate!
  • Krispy Kreme Donuts from the College of Humanities
    • Thursday, March 30, 9am-3pm, JFSB Courtyard
  • Marriott School Minute to Win it Competition
    • Thursday, March 30, 11am-12:45pm, TNRB Atrium
  • Donuts & Fruit from CFAC
    • Friday, March 31, 11:30am-2pm, HFAC Lobby
GRAD EXPO FAIR
Thursday, April 13, 11am-1pm, WSC Garden Court
The Grad Expo is a venue that facilitates interaction between graduate students, their research, and the BYU community. It provides an opportunity for one student from each department to showcase their own best research. Learn more about the event and how to participate here

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                CPMS TV                  
CANCER CENTER FELLOWSHIPS AT BYU
BYU students are able to search full-time for a cure thanks to donations to the Simmons Center for Cancer Research fellowship fund. 
                NEWS                       
UNDERGRADUATE PRESENTS JET RESEARCH AT ACOUSTICAL CONFERENCE
Most who go to Hawaii find themselves at the beach, not presenting work on spectrum similarities of jet noise to a room full of acoustical researchers. Undergraduate student Aaron Vaughn was there for just that. Read about it here
 
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                    All Majors                   
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Entry Level Quality Control Inspector
Orbit Irrigation Products — North Salt Lake, UT
Through an approved inspection process, the incumbent is responsible for the inspection and testing of products to ensure conformance to established quality criteria. The incumbent assists in data entry and analysis for the purpose of product/supplier improvement.
APPLY BY MAY 18

CDW Summer Internship Program - Sales Internship
CDW Corporation — Chicago, IL
As a Sales Intern you will participate in meaningful activities that allow you to experience each step in the CDW sales cycle. You will be responsible for researching new and inactive accounts and interacting with current customers to learn more about their businesses. Your role will also consist of project based assignments designed to help you gain a deeper understanding of CDW. Interns will also have weekly professional development and experiential activities to learn about all the resources available to CDW coworkers.
APPLY BY MAY 26

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Free GMAT/GRE Prep Class

  • Thursday, March 30, W242 TNRB
  • Wednesday, April 5, Provo City Library, Room 201
  • Friday, April 7, Provo City Library, Room 302

Local Tech Fair
March 30, 6-8pm, 1st Floor Atrium TNRB

The BYU Tech Club is having a career fair for local tech companies. Only companies who are still looking for interns have been invited. This will be a great opportunity for students still looking for an internship for this summer.

McKinsey & Co Information Session
April 7, 3-4:30pm, TNRB 710
McKinsey & Co invites all women to a presentation about the importance of women in leadership and business.

JC Penney College Suit Up
April 25, 6-9:30pm, Provo Towne Center
BYU students, staff, and faculty can get an extra 40% off select professional apparel and shoes. Bring your BYU ID.

HENAAC Scholarship
Applications due April 30

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       Chemistry & Biochemistry       
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

There are no new jobs this week for chemistry and biochemistry majors on BYU Bridge.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Seminars

Thursday, March 30, 4pm, W140 BNSN
"Necessity is the Mother of Invention: Natural Products and the Chemistry They Inspire"
Presented by Sarah Reisman
California Institute of Technology

Thursday, April 6, 4pm, W140 BNSN
"Novel Anthracyclines for Treatment of Drug-Resistant Cancers"
Presented by Ken Cornell
Boise State University
 
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            Computer Science             ;
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Software Engineer
Adobe Systems, Inc. — Lehi, UT
The Platform Engineering team is working on holistic ways to build software and deliver infrastructure technology to the many web services of Adobe. We're crafting tools, processes, and workflows for teams; enabling Containerization, Clusterization, and Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD).
APPLY BY APRIL 10

Cloud System Administrator
Control4 — Salt Lake City, UT
Looking for an enthusiastic, proactive and innovative Cloud Systems Administrator to join a team managing customer-facing web sites, services and back end systems as well as designing the infrastructure these run on. Must have Linux (primary) and Windows Server (secondary) system administration experience.
APPLY BY MAY 22

There are 23 new jobs this week for computer science majors on BYU Bridge and additional postings on the CS job board.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
TOC Club
March 30, 5:15-6:30pm, W-208 TNRB
TOC Club is a gathering of students, professionals, and entrepreneurs who want to share their knowledge on and learn more about Theory of Constraints through case studies and discussions.

Local Tech Fair
March 30, 6-8pm, 1st Floor Atrium TNRB
The BYU Tech Club is having a career fair for local tech companies. Only companies who are still looking for interns have been invited. This will be a great opportunity for students still looking for an internship for this summer.



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            Geological Sciences           
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

There are no new jobs this week for geology majors on BYU Bridge.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Colloquia, Seminars and Events

Thursday, March 30, 11am, C295 ESC
"Frontiers of Carbonate Geochemistry: Clumped and Triple Oxygen Isotopes"
Presented by Ian Winkelstern

Quey Hebrew Lecture
Thursday, March 30, 7pm, W112 BNSN
"Sustaining the Supply of Metal Resources for Society: Can We Do It?"
Presented by Adam Simon
University of Michigan

AAPG Alumni Event with Dr. Scott Ritter
Monday, April 3, 6-9pm
Pico's Restaurant, 3601 Kirby Dr., Houston, TX 77081

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                  Mathematics                 
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Finance / Operations Analyst
Balsam Brands — Boise, ID
Balsam Brands is looking for talented, driven individuals to join our growing team in Summer 2017 as entry-level Analysts. As an Analyst, you will be placed in a critical function and will gain exposure to the inner workings of a fast growing, multi-channel retailer.
APPLY BY MAY 31

Data Analyst Intern
Pearsonvue — Multiple Locations
As the global leader in electronic testing, Pearson VUE (www.pearsonvue.com) validates the skills and knowledge of millions of individuals every year. Our customers’ high-stakes certification, licensure, admissions and other credentialing exams help people advance in technology, government and professional careers, as well as attain educational growth.
APPLY BY MAY 1

There are 14 new jobs this week for mathematics majors on BYU Bridge.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Major Field Test (MFT) in Mathematics
(April 2017 Graduation)

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.

The MFT is an ETS (Educational Testing Service) standardized assessment test of undergraduate mathematics. Interested students may go to the ETS Major Field Test website at http://www.ets.org/mft/about/content/mathematics for test description and sample problems.

The MFT is a multiple-choice exam consisting of two parts, each part is one hour (timed), and is administered in a proctored environment.

For those graduating in April, the next MFT in mathematics will be given on Saturday, April 8 at 10:00 AM in 149 TMCB.  If you are interested in taking the exam, or require additional information, please contact Lonette Stoddard at 801-422-2062 or lonettes@byu.edu. The cost to take the exam is $30, which students will pay on My Financial Center after having been cleared to do so.

This test does not appear on your transcript or affect your GPA. A passing score is NOT required.

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         Mathematics Education         
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Long-Term Substitute
Polaris High School — Orem, UT
This job will run for the month of May 2017 and involves substitute teaching at Polaris High School for a Math teacher who is on maternity leave.
APPLY BY APRIL 24

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

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

MEA Student Teacher Panel
Thursday, April 6, 5pm, 173 TMCB

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           Physics & Astronomy          
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
Student Electrical Engineer
Gooch Engineering — Orem, UT
Gooch Engineering, LLC has an immediate opening for a results-oriented Electrical Engineering student. This is a part-time position with flexible hours and the possibility of full-time work during school breaks. We are an Orem based tech consulting and manufacturing company that specializes in the design, development, testing and manufacturing of sophisticated electrical and mechanical products.
APPLY BY MAY 31

Air Traffic System Intern
Raytheon Company — El Segundo, CA
This entry-level position requires a candidate who is responsible for development of training materials and courseware for the end user. The individual will be required to interface with design engineers and Integration and Test engineers when analyzing the engineering data. The information will be used to develop training material in order to provide the customer with the knowledge necessary to perform complex maintenance and operator tasks. This position may require travel.
APPLY BY MAY 27

There are 2 new jobs this week for physics and astronomy majors on BYU Bridge.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Colloquia

Wednesday, April 5, 4pm, C215 ESC
"TBD"
Presented by Michael Ware
Brigham Young University



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                    Statistics                     
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

Business Analyst
Adobe Systems, Inc. — Lehi, UT
As a Business Analyst you will be responsible for helping different businesses and teams achieve operational and execution efficiencies using data. Your strong data ETL skills will help you combine disparate sources of data so that they can be analyzed and your understanding of statistics will help you analyze the data and derive useful actionable insights for the various teams.
APPLY BY APRIL 28

Finance / Operations Analyst
Balsam Brands — Boise, ID
Balsam Brands is looking for talented, driven individuals to join our growing team in Summer 2017 as entry-level Analysts. As an Analyst, you will be placed in a critical function and will gain exposure to the inner workings of a fast growing, multi-channel retailer.
APPLY BY MAY 31

There are 5 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
Mu Sigma Rho Closing Social
Thursday, April 13, 4pm, 235 TMCB

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