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DuPont GOLD (Growth Opportunities Leading in Diversity) in partnership with the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) will hold a seminar competition at NOBCChE’s 50th Annual Meeting, September 11 – 14th at the Sheraton in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The GOLD seminar competition will take place on Monday September 11th, 2023. Selected participants will present their research for a chance to win a $1,000 prize, receive an interview with a DuPont recruiter, and engage in virtual networking and mentoring sessions with DuPont scientists and engineers prior to the competition.
Interested applicants should apply for the job posting here and submit a CV/resume, a 500-word abstract, and a 1,000-word research summary to GOLD@dupont.com. Applications will be accepted through June 30th, 2023. Please visit the GOLD website to learn more about the GOLD program and application requirements. Questions can be submitted to GOLD@dupont.com.
How to apply: https://ucop.edu/research-initiatives/programs/lab-fees/application-information.html
View full program details: https://ucop.edu/research-initiatives/programs/lab-fees/files/labfee_fellowship_rfp.pdf
We are excited to introduce our new Transfer Research Experience (T-REx) program for incoming transfer students! This program offers a 4-week summer program before students' first enrolled quarter (Fall 2023) with the opportunity to work in a research group in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry side-by-side with other undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories will be on campus May 2nd with representatives from engineering and computing. LLNL will be hosting events all day from 9am-4pm:
09:00am - 11:00am Informational Office Hours (Space is limited!)
REGISTER HERE: https://tinyurl.com/4padz834
The Career Center invites you to a CIA 2-day in-person information, networking, and simulation session from April 18-19. The CIA is recruiting undergraduate and graduate students of all majors.
CIA representatives will be going over what it's like to work in the Agency, the different internship and career opportunities there, connecting with students 1:1 or in a group setting to network, and conducting a simulation session where students will learn how to navigate and brief the Taiwan/China conflict.
All positions require US Citizenship and relocation to the Washington, D.C. area during their time. However, they will provide relocation fees, student loan repayment, and competitive salaries. Students can register for these events via tinyurl.com/CIARegister
Click here to register for Workshop #1: Refining Your Resume and Cover Letter.
Click here to register for Workshop #2: How to Effectively Job Search and Network.
The CIA is hosting an in person event at the Career Center on April 19th 11am-12:30. They are interested in talking to students in STEM majors. Learn more here.
As part of Lockheed Martin’s continued commitment to STEM education growth and creating opportunities for students who want to share their talents and change the world, we have launched the 2023 round of Lockheed Martin STEM scholarships.
Applications for the Triton Research & Experiential Learning Scholars program are now open. Click here to apply!
Tuesday, March 7: 11am-12:30pm
Jacobs Hall (EBU1), 1st Floor Qualcomm Conference Center (QCC)
Register Here to Attend
General Atomics engineers will be on campus to give a tech talk for students and faculty focused on activities in Nuclear Fusion Engineering:
Are you an undergraduate who wants a year of paid work experience? Join us for the Biological Sciences Co-Op Program Winter 2023 Symposium! Open to ALL majors.
The symposium features student presentations on their Co-Op experience, including projects, progress, and lessons learned. The Co-Op Program is open to students of all majors and includes one year of paid work experience and a professional development course for academic credit. If you’re a student interested in joining the Co-Op Program, this event is a great opportunity to learn about the program and how to join.
WHEN: Monday, March 13 at 6:00-8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Natural Sciences Building (NSB) 1205 Auditorium
In the meantime, learn more about the program here: https://biology.ucsd.edu/education/biocap/index.html.
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