Michael Boone, Class of 2013 is seeking Civil, Systems, and Electrical Engineers for summer internship opportunities with HNTB, an infrastructure solutions firm that assists clients with their largest and most complex projects by providing a range of professional services.
Professor Bryan Berger of the Department of Chemical Engineering has a project in need of a full-time technician/research scientist for 1 year and possibly extendable to 2 years. The position is NIH funded, and would require strong molecular biology skills – subcloning, plasmid preparation, site-directed mutagenesis, bacterial cell transformation, assay development. Below is a link to a paper that describes some of the foundational work leading up to this project:
The posting is open from 4/2/18 to 5/8/18:
The Federal Communications Commission launched a new program aimed at recruiting current students and recent engineering school graduates to the agency. At the end of the year-long program, Honors Program engineers will be eligible for consideration for continued employment at the FCC.
Areas of work at the FCC requiring engineering expertise may involve an array of areas, including:
Have you ever heard of Jopwell? It's a career platform that helps Black, Latinx, and Native American students find jobs, whether you are in school, graduating, or well into you're career. In 2017, Jopwell was listed as one of Fast Company's "Most Innovative Companies" and one of Entrepreneur's "100 Most Brilliant Companies." Launched by former Goldman Sachs employees Porter Braswell and Ryan Williams in 2015, the platform empowers members of their community to build their network and apply for professional opportunities.
Wahoos for Sustainability
Sustainability Homecoming: Alumni Panels for the University Community
Rotunda West Oval Room | 2:00 – 4:00 PM, April 21st, 2018
Global Impact Strategies (giStrat) is a startup that specializes in advanced decision analytics. giStrat helps leaders make better strategic decisions on some of the toughest challenges of our day, from nuclear proliferation and North Korea, Mideast conflict, justice reform and women’s access to healthcare in America.
"Professional women get all kinds of advice — some of it helpful, some of it really unhelpful, and some of it nice-sounding but pretty impossible to use."