Technical Concepts of the Strategic and Trusted Microelectronics Division – Tuesday November 19th, 4-5pm
Please see attached flyer:
Please see attached flyer:
*Now accepting applications for:*
Department of Energy DOE Scholars Program
*The DOE Scholars Program introduces students and recent college
graduates to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) mission and operations.*
*Why should I apply?*
Being selected as a DOE Scholar offers the following benefits:
* Stipends starting at $600 per week for undergraduates and $650 per
week for graduate students and post graduates during the internship
* Limited travel reimbursement to/from assigned location
* Direct exposure to and participation in projects and activities in
DOE mission-relevant research areas
* Identification of career goals and opportunities
* Development of professional networks with leading scientists and
subject matter experts
* Be a U.S. citizenship
* Be an undergraduate, graduate student, or recent graduate of an
accredited institution of higher education majoring in science,
technology, engineering, mathematics, and related areas.
* Must be pursuing a degree or have received a degree within 5 years
of their starting date in a science, technology, engineering or
mathematics (STEM) discipline *or *have demonstrated interest or
experience in a STEM field that supports the DOE mission.
*How to Apply*
Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at
January 3, 2020, 4:00 PM EST
*For more information*: Visit https://orise.orau.gov/doescholars
*Questions? *firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
Strategic Education through Naval Systems Experiences (SENSE) Enterprise is searching for talent from all majors and all years. Our projects typically focus on designing, building, and testing systems with a focus on Department of Defense Naval applications. It only makes sense for you to come to our info session to learn more!
TODAY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH AT 6:00 PM IN FISHER 138.
We’ll have free food, current SENSE Enterprise members to talk to, and more information about who we are and what we do.
Projects you could join this year:
NERD (Nautical Emergency Rescue Device): Continue improving and designing an emergency rescue device that minimizes drowning.
Beach Flag Warning System: Formulate safer beach environments in the Great Lakes Area with an automated beach flag warning system.
NEEC Under Ice Acoustics: Test and further develop a machine learning algorithm that tracks noise sources through ice environments.
SERC Mass Rescue: Create an efficient deployment mechanism for lightweight mass rescue device designs.
Marine Material Development: Develop a new biodegradable, environmentally safe marine material for enterprise and general use.
See the attached flyer for more information. If you can’t make it to the info session and/or would like to join our email interest list, fill out this form.
We hope to see you there!
Unraveling Preferences and Applications of Fructose Transporters
Dr. Marina Tanasova
Department of Chemistry,
Michigan Technological University
Friday, November 15, 2019
I’m reaching out because we’ve run a program with IBM for the past 5 years called The Cognitive Computing Odyssey, and we’re expanding the program this year to include more schools, majors, and opportunities for students.
This year’s program is called The Uncubed x IBM 2020 Fast-Track, and we’re partnering with IBM to help fast-track students through the 2020 internship and full-time application process (full list of available roles here).
As in the past, students who apply and advance will have a point of contact they can always reach out to if they have any questions, don’t receive an assessment, have a competing offer, or encounter any technical issues.
Thanks in advance,
Louie Logronio, Talent Acquisition
Dear Deans and Department Chairs –Please share this information with your faculty:
The Pavlis Honors College study abroad office will be hosting an information session for faculty interested in learning more about teaching abroad through the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) Visiting Professor Program. The session will be on Wednesday, November 6th, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm in M&M 724.USAC provides affordable, authentic study abroad experiences at a variety of locations across the world with programs focused on business and STEM to health, journalism, language studies and more.The info session will include a presentation from USAC staff. Interested faculty can apply to teach during Summer 2021, Fall 2021, or Spring 2022. The application deadline is December 3, 2019. If you are unable to attend the info session but are interested in more information, please contact Vienna Chapin (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
More about the program
Visiting Professors (VP) experience USAC firsthand and have the ability to expand their own repertoire by giving them the chance to teach abroad, to create new areas of teaching and research with an international dimension, to strengthen links with international colleagues, and to expand their own knowledge of the world. Most returning VPs comment that teaching abroad was one of their most rewarding professional experiences, and many apply to teach abroad again.
VPs do not need to worry about the overall logistics of the program as USAC on-site staff will handle details for both students and faculty, including arranging housing accommodations, the on-site orientation, field trips, and handling any emergency situation that may arise. In addition, VPs have the advantage of drawing students from across the US, internationally, and in some cases even locally, for their courses through USAC’s general marketing efforts.Candidates must be full-time faculty members in good standing at Michigan Tech who will be on campus prior to teaching abroad (so that they can promote their USAC course(s)) and return to their home university following their term abroad. The minimum credentials for faculty is a master’s degree and many faculty have a PhD.Faculty can teach one course during summer sessions and two courses during semester programs. Summer VPs are paid directly by USAC based on the program length and number of credits they teach abroad. VPs may bring their families with them.Compensation:
Summer VPs are paid directly by USAC based on the program length and number of credits they teach while abroad. Details on the stipend amounts are listed in the VP application. Their transportation costs are also reimbursed directly by USAC to the professor.
There are three options for structuring a Semester Visiting Professorship:
- Faculty Exchange: We encourage the Visiting Professor’s department to consider replacement faculty from one of our host universities abroad to fill the Visiting Professor’s position while teaching abroad for USAC. In the event of an exchange, the exchange professor would teach two courses in the Visiting Professor’s department for a salary of $11,000 paid by USAC, and the Visiting Professor’s department would receive $1,000 from USAC to minimize administrative burdens such as visa processing and assistance in locating housing. The home department will inform USAC of the desired characteristics of the exchange professor and USAC will solicit applications based on these preferences. The home department will review applications and will select the candidate of their choosing. The USAC Visiting Professor will receive his/her regular salary, benefits, and status from the Home University during his/her semester abroad, according to the policies and procedures of the Home University. USAC will need to be invoiced for the $11,000 exchange professor salary and the $1,000 reimbursement to the department by either your office or the VP’s department as we cannot issue checks to individual semester faculty.
- Departmental Reimbursement: Visiting Professors will receive their regular salary, benefits, and status from the Home University during their semester abroad (according to the policies and procedures of the Home University), and will not be paid directly by USAC. Instead, their home department will receive $11,000 to help defray replacement expenses for the semester of the Visiting Professor’s participation abroad. USAC will need to be invoiced for the replacement costs by either your office or the VP’s department as we cannot issue checks to individual semester faculty.
- Direct payment by USAC: Visiting Professors who will not be under contractual obligation with their home university during their semester abroad can be hired and paid the $11,000 directly by USAC for teaching the two USAC courses.
The professor applying to teach abroad as well as his/her Department Chair or Dean will select which option best fits their needs.
Please see attachment for upcoming guest lecturer from CloudQuant via Zoom.
ACS Annual Meeting:
Celebrating D. I. Mendeleev and the Periodic Table
Department of Chemistry
Michigan Technological University
Friday, October 25, 2019