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Alumnus Dr. Braden Brinkman of the Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of Washington continues the Spring 2015 Physics Careers seminar series next week on Thursday, March 12, 2015, in the Interaction Room (Rm. 204) of Loomis.
Securities Litigation and Consulting Group is seeking recent PhDs in mathematics, statistics, physics or a related field with demonstrated empirical or modeling expertise for our litigation and investment advisory practice.
Science cafes take place the first Wednesday of the month and bring scientists to the public to talk about their work and answer your questions.
Important information for those planning to graduate in May and go throught the campuswide commencement ceremony
STEM-related fellowship opportunities for graduate students and postdocs with upcoming deadlines.
The Madhavan laboratory is currently looking to take on two graduate students in the Summer/Fall. Please read Madhavan lab Research description.pdf for more information.
Tech Connect is a primer leading to JP Morgan's 6-week TAP (Technology Analyst Program) Boot Camp in July and is focused on Java training, career & leadership development for approximately 20 incoming women with Science or Math backgrounds.
The Insight Data Science Fellows Program is now accepting applications for the June 2015 session in Silicon Valley and New York. Deadline: March 16
Information about upcoming free workshops offered by Computer Science and Engineering that may be of interest to physics grad students.
WebStore announces a weekly certified LabVIEW/CLAD course Feb. 19-April 30 on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m. Enrollment is free.
Free online panel discussion featuring PhDs or ABDs in STEM fields currently employed in informal science education in a variety of settings: museums, science centers, professional associations and government agencies.
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