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Information about student poster and oral presentation sessions at the Colin A. Wraight Memorial Symposium on Friday, Nov. 14.
All physics graduate students looking for research positions are welcome to attend the research presentations by Profs. Verena Outschoorn, Ben Hooberman, and Lucas Wagner this Friday, Oct. 31, in Rm. 144 Loomis.
Positions are available to manage Learning in Community (LINC) sections with interdisciplinary projects related to social and environmental issues.
You can now view Dustin Wooten's slides on Careers in Medical Physics.
Join GradSWE for lunch to discuss the advantages and challenges of interdisciplinary research with two prominent U of I professors.
Paul Baniewicz, vice president at Alcatel Lucent, will discuss both his own career path and the skills and attitudes that Alcatel looks for when hiring.
The Center for Studies in Physics and Biology expects to have a small number of postdoctoral fellowships available for appointments in September 2015.
The U.S.-China Young Physicists Forum (YPF) for graduate students in condensed matter and materials physics will be held Feb. 28 - Mar. 1, 2015 and will combine scientific sessions with career development and networking opportunities.
Dr. Herman and Dr. Mena will lead a discussion on ways that you can contribute to our understanding of how to improve engineering education.
Representatives from the OTM and the Graduate College Thesis Office will host a workshop on the technology transfer and thesis/dissertation deposit processes for graduate students in the College of Engineering.
A postdoc panel will present best practices for the application process as well as answer your questions at noon on Oct. 27.
Prof. Robert Brunner is looking for one or more graduate student researchers to work on problems in the application of statistical and machine learning techniques to large astrophysical data or in observational cosmology.
Check out this free 7-week course offered by the ESL Writing Program, ESL 503: Advanced Academic Presentations.
This workshop focuses on some of the difficulties typically encountered by doctoral students writing the dissertation and proposes time management and organizational strategies to solve these problems.
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