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All physics graduate students looking for research positions are welcome to attend the research presentations by Profs. Bryce Gadway, Peter Abbamonte, and Matthias Grosse Perdekamp this Friday, Sept. 19, in Rm. 144 Loomis.
Goldman Sachs Strats is hosting a meetup on Sept. 24 to showcase the complex problems we work on and to discuss internships and full-time positions.
Job opportunity for masters degree students who will be graduating in December and interested in semiconductor manufacturing.
Alumnus Dr. Basil Tripsas of the Center for Naval Analyses will be visiting the Dept. of Physics this Friday, Sept. 19, as part of a recruiting effort for CNA.
The Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering and the American Nuclear Society co-host Lam Research next Monday, September 22nd 5:00 p.m. in 165 Everitt Lab.
This group is specifically for ESL/multilingual writers and will meet for 4 weeks.
The Graduate Society of Women Engineers is launching a new program to help women engineers prepare faculty position application materials.
A series of career workshops for grad students are being offered during the week of Sept. 15
Edgestream Partners, L.P., based in Princeton, NJ, seeks highly skilled researchers interested in applying advanced mathematical modeling techniques to trading in world financial markets.
All physics graduate students looking for research positions are welcome to attend the research presentation by Prof. Paul Selvin this Friday, Sept. 12, in Rm. 144 Loomis.
The slides presented at the 2014 Prelim/Final Exam Workshop have been posted.
The National Research Council of the National Academies sponsors a number of awards for graduate, postdoctoral and senior researchers at participating federal laboratories and affiliated institutions.
Over 200 companies will be part of this 3-day career fair on Monday-Wednesday this week.
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