The Network Management and Operations (NMO) Lab is currently recruiting for several internships. Interns work with faculty sponsors who partner with Cisco Directors and managers on challenging projects in the areas of technology, product development, and project management. Complex networked systems problems (e.g. performance, reliability, security, quality of service, etc.) are replicated on the equipment for the interns to examine and solve. The NMO Lab also serves as a place for our interns to gain insight and expertise through the evaluation of new technologies and business processes.
Some Available Internships Include
For a full list of available internships, including information on required and preferred skills, please visit http://nmo.soe.ucsc.edu/available_internships. Further information on the application process is available at http://nmo.soe.ucsc.edu/how_to.
Please contact Tammy Tooley-Chelossi, NMO Lab Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any further inquiries.
The CS department has approved Film 171C, Found Footage, to be added to the Digital Media elective list for the CS: computer game design program. Film 171C will be offered this summer.
Who: Fellow Banana Slugs working in today's top industries: consumer electronics, IT, semiconductor, social media, software engineering, and more! What: 30 minute "mock" interviews to practice "selling" yourself, receive feedback from the pros, and boost your confidence! When: Tuesday, May 21st from 1-4pm Where: Career Center, 3rd floor of the Bay Tree Building Why: Practice makes perfect! Prepare now and network for your future! How to Sign-Up: Stop by Baskin 231 with a hard copy of your resume on the following days/times to sign up for your time slot: May 9th b/t 10am-12pm or 1-4pm May 10th b/t 8am-12pm or 1-5pm Space is limited! Interview time slots are first come, first served!
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The CHEKOFV group is looking for players to test and provide feedback on Xylem, a game project currently in development at the UCSC Software Introspection Lab.
You do not have to be a regular game player to test the game; in fact, we highly encourage people of all gaming backgrounds to sign up, from those who rarely play games to those who play all the time!
In return for your time, we will provide snacks during the session! If you are interested in playtesting, please sign up via this link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CY5R5NF Once we have your information, we will contact you for an invite to an upcoming user test!
Two new PowerPoint presentations have been posted on the UCSC Undergraduate Research Opportunities website on a new Workshop page (https://ugr.ucsc.edu/workshops).
"Getting Involved in Undergraduate Research" is a how-to guide for undergraduates in all disciplines.
"Secrets of STEM Research Groups- Structure, Function, & Dynamics" addresses the basic questions of what a group is, what a group can do to help students both professionally and socially, how to find a group to join, and how to be successful in one.
Please feel free to contact Rebecca Anderson, Undergraduate Research Coordinator at email@example.com with any questions about these workshops, or getting involved with research as an undergraduate.
Over the past two years, we've distributed over $642,000 in scholarships to 265 students from 109 universities. Our goal this year is to distribute more than 400 scholarships to electrical engineering students in the United States - and you could be one of them! Don't wait - Start your application now! http://www.ee-scholarship.org/application The PES Scholarship Plus InitiativeÃ¢ÂÂ¢ is a scholarship and career experience program that was created in response to the looming workforce shortfall in the power and energy industry. Our goal is simple: increase the number of well-qualified, entry-level engineers by helping students like you. PES Scholarship Details We are offering up to $7,000 and assistance with career experience opportunities to qualifying students! You must be a full-time student working towards a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S., willing to take power engineering courses and have a GPA of at least 3.0. If this describes you, apply today! Here's how it works: - Eligible students should apply online by June 30th, 2013 at http://www.ee-scholarship.org/application - Recipients will be selected by PES volunteers with industry and academic backgrounds. In the fall, recipients will be notified of their selection and be provided with information on how to arrange for a career experience with industry-leading companies. - The scholarship funds will be distributed to your university/college for deposit and credit against your student account. Don't delay, click below to start your scholarship application or follow us on Facebook. Apply Now http://www.ee-scholarship.org/application Visit Us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ieeepes.scholarship.plus
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The Collegiate Inventors Competition is accepting entries for the 2013 Competition! The deadline for submitting entries is June 14, 2013.
The Competition is sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation, AbbVie, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This year over $65,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the winning undergraduate and graduate students and their advisors.
In addition, all finalists in the Competition will receive an all-expense paid trip to the final judging round taking place in Washington, DC and the opportunity to have their work reviewed by Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame. What are you waiting for? Submit your invention today!
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Hey CompSci students!
Looking for mobile app developers to join our startup team @ 4.joe. We're a mobile app that allows classmates to conveniently study together anywhere they are. As we prepare for launch in the coming weeks, we're looking to expand our development team. If you're interested in revolutionizing edtech with us, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amanuel Tsighe and Ricky Grant of 4.joe