ANNOUNCEMENTS

Graduate Research Showcase deadline extended
Please consider registering to present your research in the poster presentation portion of the Graduate Research Showcase on Feb. 17 at the CH2M HILL Alumni Center. To accommodate more students, we’ve extended the registration deadline to Jan. 20. This is a valuable chance to practice your presentation skills and share your research with the industry partners and companies in attendance. Top poster presentations from each school will receive an award and will be invited to present their research at the 2017 Oregon Stater Awards reception on Feb. 23 in Portland. This is a great opportunity to network and get in front of some of the college’s key industry partners and alumni. Register now!

IN THE NEWS

Ecampus ranked top 10 nationally by U.S. News for 3rd straight year
Oregon State University upheld its status as a leader in online education today when it was ranked in the top 10 nationally by U.S. News & World Report for the third consecutive year. Oregon State Ecampus, the university’s online education division, is ranked eighth out of more than 300 higher education institutions in the category of Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. OSU is tied for first among land grant universities on the list. Ecampus

Why an Oregon wave energy device is being tested in Colorado
It sounds incongruous, but the testing at the National Wind Technology Center in Boulder reflects the design and scale of the generator developed by Corvallis-based Columbia Power Technologies for the company's StingRAY wave energy converter. "We are testing the StingRAY at the NWTC because the core design is similar to a wind turbine — it is direct drive, but with a very large diameter," Columbia Power Technologies CEO Reenst Lesemann said. Columbia Power Technologies is aiming to have the StingRAY ready for ocean testing in Hawaii next year. (Columbia Power Technologies was founded with technology developed by OSU researchers.) Portland Business Journal Also: Wind Energy Lab Puts The Heat On US Navy’s StingRAY CleanTechnica

NOT NEWS, BUT OF INTEREST

Feds dangle $12M for wave energy development, and Oregon is interested
Oregon was tapped last week for a grid-connected wave energy test center, but what about projects to fill the facility? The U.S. Department of Energy this month announced it will make up to $12 million available to back development and open-water testing of wave energy converters “that show high potential to succeed commercially in large utility-scale markets and compete with other forms of energy generation in the longer term.” That could mean more funding coming to Oregon, long a target for federal wave money. Portland Business Journal

Intel Announces ‘Go’ for Cars, Aiming to Gain in Self-Driving
Intel Corp., trying to convert its dominance of computers into a stake in the growing market for chips used in cars, is offering automakers new products aimed at making its technology crucial to the effort to develop self-driving vehicles. ‘Intel Go’ will feature processors ranging from its smallest Atom chips all the way up to its most powerful Xeon product packaged with other components and software. It will be available in the first half of 2017, the company said Wednesday. Bloomberg Technology

Trend: Employers Moving Away From Spring Recruiting
When it comes to when employers recruit college students on campus, they continue to prefer to do so during the fall, according to NACE’s Job Outlook 2017 report. This year, the percentage of college recruiting employers anticipate conducting in fall is 72 percent, an all-time high. Conversely, this means that at 28 percent, spring recruiting will drop to a record low. National Association of Colleges and Employers

Boeing targets engineers in first of three job cuts of 2017
Boeing announced internally a new round of employee buyouts for engineers companywide and warned that layoff notices will follow later this month to engineers in Washington state, where the company has a large presence. The Oregonian

OPPORTUNITIES

Citizenfour Screening: Privacy and Popcorn
Wednesday, January 24, 6:00PM, Kelley 1001
Join OSU Libraries & Press, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the School of Writing, Language and Film, and the Citizenship and Crisis Initiative for a screening of the documentary Citizenfour, followed by a conversation with Cooper Brinson, staff attorney of the Civil Liberties Defense Center. Bring your questions about your legal rights: what they are and what to do if they’re violated. After the film, Cooper Brinson will give a lecture and answer questions raised by the film. CITIZENFOUR is a real life thriller, unfolding by the minute, giving audiences unprecedented access to filmmaker Laura Poitras and journalist Glenn Greenwald’s encounters with Edward Snowden in Hong Kong, as he hands over classified documents providing evidence of mass indiscriminate and illegal invasions of privacy by the National Security Agency (NSA).

Volunteer at the FIRST Tech Challenge Qualifying Tournaments
Saturday, January 28th and Sunday, January 29th (plus set up on the 27th), Kelley Engineering Center
Oregon State University Robotics Club is hosting another two days of FIRST Tech Challenge Qualifying Tournaments. Amazing volunteers like you made our previous competitions a success and we need your help again this year to pull off such a fantastic event. FIRST Tech Challenge is a great program for middle-school and high-school students to provide them with hands-on experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math prior to college. We need all sorts of volunteers to run this competition including: information table attendants, robot inspectors, competition referees, and robot judges. No experience necessary; both full-day and half-day roles available! Lunches and T-shirts provided. Register through the FIRST Volunteer system. (Instructions) If you have any questions feel free to email wiardhos@oregonstate.edu.

Marine Energy Forum
The Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (NNMREC) and Oregon State University invite you to attend a weekly Marine Energy Forum on the OSU campus. The marine energy forum is student-led and brings in speakers from a diversity of perspectives surrounding the development of marine renewable energies such as wave, tidal, and offshore wind. Guests will include speakers from technology development, government, environmental investigation, the fishing community, student research, and more. Attendees are encouraged to interact with the guest speakers and bring their questions about this nascent but growing industry. The forum happens every Friday beginning January 13 at 12:00-1:00 PM in Rogers Hall, Room 332 on the Oregon State University Corvallis campus and is open to all. For notifications of all upcoming events please check out our Facebook page.

ResiSTORE Volunteers (Formerly IEEE Store / Robotics Club Store)
The former IEEE Store and Robotics Club Store have become the ResiSTORE, an Electrical Engineering focused student-run store in the basement of Dearborn Hall. It's a great opportunity that can help you with your projects, provide a great learning opportunity, and it looks great on a resume! Volunteering is fun, easy, educational, and it looks great on scholarship applications and resumes! A typical volunteer may work in the store for only one or two hours per week, although more is certainly welcome.

Experience Oregon Tech
Wednesday, February 1, 3:30 PM - 7 PM, Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene
Experience Oregon Technology is a Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) initiative that brings top students from Oregon Colleges and Universities together with premier technology companies in the state. This program introduces students (at no cost) to Oregon’s large and growing tech industry, everything from the exciting startup scene to global leaders in technology. Students who participate will tour industry companies and network with CEOs, CIOs, HR managers, Marketing Managers, Business Development Managers, Project Mangers, programmers, designers, and interns. Students will learn about the culture of these companies and get a huge head start on the many internships and jobs available there.

Intel Day For BS, MS, and PhDs
Thursday, February 2, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., KEC 1005 & 1007
Join Intel Corporation representatives for an engineering panel regarding the many opportunities for STEM students at Intel. Discuss the exciting opportunities for graduates with degrees in CE, EE, Comp Sci ChemE, Chemistry, Mechanical Eng, Materials Science, BioChemistry, Physics, Optics and more. **Food Provided**

Willamette Valley SWE Section Banquet
Wednesday, February 8, at 6:00 pm, CH2M HILL Alumni Center
Due to the generous support of individuals and corporations, we expect to have somewhere between 10 and 30 sponsored tickets available to OSU engineering students to attend the upcoming Willamette Valley Engineers Week Banquet. A networking hour will be from 5-6 pm in the lobby, followed by dinner, awards, and our keynote speaker. We are excited to host Dr. Margaret Burnett, a Distinguished Professor at OSU in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. To sign up to receive a ticket, please complete this form by January 18th. Tickets will be issued first-come, first-served basis. All students, graduate and undergraduate, are welcome to sign up. If you are interested in volunteering at the event in exchange for free registration, contact Desiree Tullos.

Ignite TAO V8
Wednesday, March 1, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, Portland. Free
Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have a burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more. This Ignite is focused on all things tech. Show and tell something cool you've invented or found - no sales pitches please! Challenge us, inspire us, and show us how your idea can transform technology. Proposals should be submitted online by January 25th.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES FOR UNDERGRADUATES

Cultural Heritage Research in the Netherlands
This unique 8-week opportunity will provide selected students with a valuable interdisciplinary experience abroad with cultural heritage scientists who are leaders in their fields. Each participant will have dedicated American and Dutch mentors. While in the Netherlands, the student cohort will address questions related to important works of art using a variety of analytical tools associated with each research streams spanning Chemistry, Materials Science and Engineering, as well as Cultural Heritage Science. Application Deadline: January 22, 2017.

Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science Summer Research Program at UC Berkeley, MIT, Stanford, UTEP, or FIU
Participants of this competitive merit-based program undertake cutting edge electrical engineering, material science, physics and chemistry research projects. They also have access to enrichment activities including seminars, field trips, as well as one-on-one advice regarding graduate school programs, the process to apply for fellowship, and a subsidized GRE prep course. Application Deadline: 1/27/2017.

SUPERB-Information Technology for Sustainability (SUPERB-ITS)
The research focus of the REU site will be computer science in the context of information technology for sustainability. SUPERB-ITS participants spend nine weeks at UC Berkeley during the summer working on exciting ongoing research projects in information technology with EECS faculty mentors and graduate students. Application deadline: January 30, 2017.

URSA Engage: research opportunities for undergraduate students
URSA Engage is designed to provide first and second year students, and transfer students in their first year at OSU, opportunities to pursue research or a creative activity under the guidance of an OSU mentor. Awardees are expected to spend an average of 5 hours a week for the 15-week duration of the project (mid-Winter 2017 to the end of Spring 2017). URSA Engage is designed to establish mentoring relationships for undergraduates early in their program at OSU. Application Deadline: January 31, 2017.

Oregon State University Eco-informatics Summer Institute
Take advantage of the undergraduate research opportunity to gain experience in compelling landscapes and interact with other talented students while exploring new fields of study, including: botany, climate science, computer science, ecology, engineering, fisheries, forestry, mathematics, statistics, water resources, zoology, and many others! If you are considering graduate study or a professional career in environmental science, computer science, or mathematics, you should be aware of the exciting opportunities and new career pathways that you could follow through integrative study. Application deadline: February 1, 2017.

MIT Summer Research Internships
The MIT Materials Processing Center and the Center for Materials Science and Engineering sponsor a summer research internship program for rising junior and senior undergraduates in science and engineering fields. This challenging program brings promising students to MIT to learn and perform research in laboratories in a broad selection of materials science subfields. In addition to providing a stipend and round-trip travel expenses, we host presentations and group discussions on topics relevant to materials scientists, such as graduate school, careers in materials science, creating effective poster presentations, and management of intellectual property. Application deadline: February 10.

Research Experience for Undergraduates, Computational Sensing
The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is inviting applications for summer 2017. In our program, students will experience research and other career-enhancing activities in an interdisciplinary environment with special focus on Computational Sensing. Students will be challenged to make sense of human behaviors and cognitive processes with hardware, software, and complex thinking, exploring the nexus of computational science, scientific practice, and the human experience. Application deadline: February 15.

Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates at Northwestern University
The Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at Northwestern University offers a 9-week, paid summer research experience for undergraduates. The students are paired up with some of the leading research professors in science and engineering fields. Research areas include ceramics, polymers, nanocomposites, photonics, nanoparticles, molecular electronics and biomaterials. While there are many REU programs, the NU-MRSEC stands out in offering students an interdisciplinary research experience. Students currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in science or engineering who are US citizens or permanent residents are eligible. Applications are due Feb. 15, 2017.

NSF Nanosystems Engineering Research Center for Advance Self-Powered Systems of Intergrated Sensors and Technologies (ASSIST) - North Carolina State University
The summer REU program offers research opportunities for domestic undergraduates from institutions outside of the ASSIST center. The program is open to any student who is majoring in a science or engineering-related field. REU students will be immersed in a 10-week intensive research experience at one of ASSIST’s partner institutions where they will experience the various aspects of university research. Students will be partnered with a faculty mentor based on their interests, they will conduct a research project, and they will present their work at a student symposium at the end of the summer. Application deadline: February 15, 2017.

Interdisciplinary Micro/Nano-manufacturing Program Addressing Challenges Today (IMPACT) - University of Louisville
The goal of IMPACT is to recruit and train next-generation students into the interdisciplinary field of advanced micro/nano-manufacturing through exciting hands-on research projects which demonstrate how this remarkable miniaturization technology can be used to create new devices and systems capable of "impacting" the grand challenges of today in energy, healthcare, advanced manufacturing, security and the environment. Although the field of micro/nanotechnology has been around for several decades, its commercial successes have been primarily limited to the fields of semiconductors and microelectronics. Only recently have researchers begun to expand the application areas of this attractive manufacturing technology from the 2.5D field of semiconductors to the true 3D world of MEMS, microfluidics, sensors and other non-semiconductor disciplines. Application deadline: Feb 15, 2017.

2017 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics at The Johns Hopkins University
The REU program is an intensive ten-week program of laboratory research and instruction. In the program, each REU student receives hands-on laboratory research experience under guidance from Hopkins faculty and graduate student mentors. Participants will also receive classes on ethics in research and technical communication. The students will have the opportunity to go on local visits to labs. Deadline: February 17, 2017.

CURENT Engineering Research Center REU
The summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the University of Tennessee's Engineering Research Center, CURENT, provides an opportunity for students to perform electrical engineering or computer science research with CURENT's award-winning faculty and graduate students. Students will receive training in research methodology, engineering concepts, lab safety & equipment use, and professional development. Application Deadline: Feb. 28, 2017.

QESST Engineering Research Center - Arizona State University
The QESST Engineering Research Center offers undergraduates the opportunity to participate in solar energy research. Bridge the gap between the typical “research” devices and commercial solar cells, allowing fabrication and analysis of technologies on commercial-size devices and commercial equipment. Students must be enrolled in an accredited college or university with at least one year completed by June and at least one more semester before graduation after the summer. (Graduating seniors are not eligible.) Application deadline: March 1, 2017.

Solid-State Devices for Electronics, Photonics, and Magnetics Technology - Clemson University
The SURE program will provide students the opportunity to pursue ten weeks of directed research in the areas of electronic, photonic, and magnetic devices, including material and device design, processing, characterization, and modeling. Faculty members on the REU team currently conduct independent, interdisciplinary, and industry-coordinated studies ranging from fundamental materials and physics to functional devices, circuits, and systems. This has been facilitated by linking physics and materials processing programs to integrated multifunctional devices and circuits at the micro and nanometer scale. Thus our underlying research paradigm of materials-to-devices will be adopted in this program. Application deadline: March 3, 2017.

Entrepreneurship REU - University of Connecticut
Have you ever considered starting your own business, seeking a patent for one of your ideas, or are interested in cutting edge research and translating those ideas to the marketplace? If so, UConn’s Entrepreneurial REU is for you! The aim of this E-REU is to provide students with a truly integrated research and entrepreneurship training experience, giving them both depth in fundamental engineering research, as well as breadth in entrepreneurial skills. As part of this REU, you will take part in cutting edge research on commercializable ideas with UConn faculty, as well as participate in an entrepreneurship program developed by co-PI and UConn’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Dr. Hadi Bozorgmanesh. Application deadline: March 15, 2017.

Nano-Research Experience for Undergraduates - University of Connecticut
To realize the scientific advances promised by a new era of atomic-level control over materials and devices, expertise from interdisciplinary teams of scientists and engineers with diverse backgrounds will not only be required, but will remain a significant issue of national importance. This REU site will initiate a school of engineering-wide program at the University of Connecticut to engage talented minority and community college undergraduate participants in cutting edge experimental and computational nanotechnology research. This highly interdisciplinary research is centered at the University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering and Institute of Materials Science. Application deadline: March 15, 2017.

Innovative Engineering Using Renewable Resources - University of Alabama
This REU Site at The University of Alabama involves research projects on renewable resources, with a particular focus on bamboo. All student research projects will involve bamboo. This theme was chosen because of the interest and activities centered around bamboo at UA and in Alabama over the past few years. A wide spectrum of project topics will allow undergraduate students from multiple engineering disciplines to work together on problems with broad societal impact. While the project topics will engage students in multiple disciplines, the theme is focused and allows students to work collectively on exciting and relevant problems. Students will also participate in Crimson Startup, a six-week entrepreneurship training program. Application Deadline: March 22, 2017.

Summer Engineering Research Experiences in Transportation Electrification - University of Maryland
The University of Maryland’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, with support from the National Science Foundation is offering exciting research opportunities for undergraduate students in the broad area of electrical engineering. The Transportation Electrification program combines cutting-edge, team-based research with technical and educational seminars. Students are supervised jointly by faculty members and graduate students. For Summer 2017, we were pleased to offer students research experiences under Transportation Electrification, an NSF-funded REU. Selection of Transportation Electrification REU participants will be announced no later than April 1, 2017.

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

L’Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellowship Program
The L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program awards five women postdoctoral scientists annually with grants of $60,000 each for their contributions in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields and commitment to serving as role models for younger generations. Applicants must have a conferred PhD and have started in a postdoctoral research position by February 3, 2017. Application deadline: February 3, 2017.

Google Travel and Conference Grants
Everyone deserves the opportunity to pursue a career in computer science and technology, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, disability or military service. To help break down the barriers that prevent underrepresented groups in computer science from attending leading tech conferences, we're excited to offer Google Travel and Conference Grants for selected conferences in Computer Science and related fields. Grants are available in North America for all traditionally underrepresented groups in technology (including, but not limited to, African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, persons with disabilities, women and veterans) and in Europe for women in technology.

EVENTS

Citizenfour Screening: Privacy and Popcorn
Wednesday, January 24, 6:00PM, Kelley 1001
Join OSU Libraries & Press, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the School of Writing, Language and Film, and the Citizenship and Crisis Initiative for a screening of the documentary Citizenfour, followed by a conversation with Cooper Brinson, staff attorney of the Civil Liberties Defense Center. Bring your questions about your legal rights: what they are and what to do if they’re violated. After the film, Cooper Brinson will give a lecture and answer questions raised by the film. CITIZENFOUR is a real life thriller, unfolding by the minute, giving audiences unprecedented access to filmmaker Laura Poitras and journalist Glenn Greenwald’s encounters with Edward Snowden in Hong Kong, as he hands over classified documents providing evidence of mass indiscriminate and illegal invasions of privacy by the National Security Agency (NSA).

How to Land a Tech Job in Oregon
Tuesday, January 24, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm, Vacasa, Portland
General registration $25; student $15
Join Mac’s List and the Technology Association of Oregon as we highlight avenues for starting and advancing your career in Oregon’s burgeoning tech scene. We’ve assembled a panel of recruiters and talent managers from a diverse range of growing technology firms. These hiring experts will discuss new job opportunities in the sector, the diverse skill sets they are looking for, and the best strategies for getting your foot in the door.

Experience Oregon Tech
Wednesday, February 1, 3:30 PM - 7 PM, Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene
Experience Oregon Technology is a Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) initiative that brings top students from Oregon Colleges and Universities together with premier technology companies in the state. This program introduces students (at no cost) to Oregon’s large and growing tech industry, everything from the exciting startup scene to global leaders in technology. Students who participate will tour industry companies and network with CEOs, CIOs, HR managers, Marketing Managers, Business Development Managers, Project Mangers, programmers, designers, and interns. Students will learn about the culture of these companies and get a huge head start on the many internships and jobs available there.

Intel Day For BS, MS, and PhDs
Thursday, February 2, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., KEC 1005 & 1007
Join Intel Corporation representatives for an engineering panel regarding the many opportunities for STEM students at Intel. Discuss the exciting opportunities for graduates with degrees in CE, EE, Comp Sci ChemE, Chemistry, Mechanical Eng, Materials Science, BioChemistry, Physics, Optics and more. **Food Provided**

BIS@OSU Meet the Firms
Friday, February 3, 11:30 am – 2 pm, Austin Hall
In a career fair format, students in OSU’s College of Business, Business Information Systems (BIS) and the College of Engineering's Computer Science program meet representatives of companies to learn about career opportunities and obtain internships and jobs. The BIS Advisory Council, students in Information Management Club, the BIS faculty and the COB Career Success Center (CSC) host information technology professionals from all backgrounds to share information about the variety of career opportunities for students with a BIS, CS or CIS degree.

TechFestNW
March 23 & 24, Portland Art Museum
TechfestNW is a gathering of leading thinkers passionate about technology, design, entrepreneurship and innovation focused on highlighting Portland, Oregon as one of America’s next technology centers. TechfestNW 2017 features two days of speakers, networking opportunities, demonstrations, competitions and parties. Startups can also participate in PitchfestNW for a chance to win cash, prizes and media coverage. The deadline to apply for Pitchfest is February 1.

Ignite TAO V8
Wednesday, March 1, 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, Portland. Free
Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have a burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more. This Ignite is focused on all things tech. Show and tell something cool you've invented or found - no sales pitches please! Challenge us, inspire us, and show us how your idea can transform technology. Proposals should be submitted online by January 25th.

JOB SEARCH AND CAREER ADVICE

7 People You Should Never Put on Your Reference List
Many people don’t quite comprehend the point—or importance—of a reference. This is not the professional equivalent of social media “likes.” Your potential boss isn’t going to assume it’s a set of endorsements; she’s going to contact the names on your list to dig for information about the type of employee you are. The Muse

5 ​questions to ask in your next interview
Interviews can be stressful and uncertain, but if you want to stand out from the competition in a positive way it's important to always have questions prepared for the very end. Not sure which questions you should be asking? Here's a simple guide to help. Career Builder

4 Lines That'll Catch You Off Guard During Salary Negotiations (and How to Prepare)
One of the main reasons their negotiations didn’t go as planned was they weren’t prepared to respond to what the other person said. To make sure that doesn’t happen to you, read on for the most common things you’ll hear and tips for how to respond. The Muse

JOBS

TekBots Developers
This position performs a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the university. TekBots Developers work to create new and targeted solutions for education, industry, and research. These positions can include multiple aspects including: electronic design, coding, mechanical design, web coding, hardware fabrication, store clerk sales, and tutorial development.

EECS TA
This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the university. Positions may include activities such as mentoring, grading, holding office hours, helping with recitation, and/or helping with 2 hour labs.

EECS Ecampus TA
This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the university. Positions may include activities such as mentoring, grading, holding office hours, helping with recitation, and/or helping with labs.

Student Developer, CASS-SDG
Development: You will be working in a development environment. Each day, students receive their assignments from the full-time development staff mentor. These assignments are relative to the projects currently being done by the CASS. Students are expected to keep up with these assignments and to be able to finish them in a reasonable amount of time. They should be able to work in a team environment comprised of students and staff members.

Student Developer - Center for Applied Systems and Software (CASS)
You will be working in a development environment. Each day, students receive their assignments from the full-time development staff mentor. These assignments are relative to the projects currently being done by the CASS. Students are expected to keep up with these assignments and to be able to finish them in a reasonable amount of time.

Student Systems Engineer - OSU Open Source Lab
The OSU Open Source Lab is looking for Student Systems Engineers. This position is part­-time during the academic year, and full­-time during the summer as long as the student is not taking any classes. Applicants must have at least four (4) terms remaining in their program and be able to work during summer 2017. We prefer students who have more time left in their program to help reduce graduate turnover, so freshman applicants are welcome. This position is only open to students attending a college or university in Oregon.

Undergraduate Intern - Intel Technology Labs
The candidate will work in a challenging analytical group that is chartered to support Intel's advanced ULSI technology development and manufacturing activities at the Hillsboro Campus. The candidate will work closely with lab engineers in advancing analytical methods through both tool and software development. Skill sets desired include: Familiarity with analytical instrumentation and a desire to learn advanced analytical methods. Strong software/coding skills preferred. Communication and documentation skills are a must, this candidate should be able to take initiative and work both independently and in a team environment.

EE/IT Paid Internship
In order to help our companies connect with high-achieving students with the right skills, McMinnville Economic Development Partnership (MEDP) offers the McMinnville WORKS Summer Internship Program. This award-winning program is a 9-week project-based, paid summer internship designed to connect the emerging workforce with career opportunities in the McMinnville, Oregon area. We have nearly 30 intern positions available at 22 host sites. Due to our wide array of diverse companies and host sites in McMinnville, these positions range from Accounting and Business to Marketing and Project Management to Physics and Engineering and more!

Hampton Lumber Mills Internships
Engineering interns work alongside and are mentored by professional Engineers, Electricians, Technicians and other mill professionals. Our internships are structured as entry-level opportunities that expose participants to marketable skills and build proficiencies in a variety of manufacturing disciplines. Interns will be assigned specific projects to work on for the duration of their time, but will also be included in a number of day to day activities being worked on by the engineering team. There are two separate engineering internship opportunities – Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.

NCET2 Intern Program
The National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) has developed, along with some Congressional staffers, a new University/College Entrepreneur Congressional Intern Program to start in the Summer of 2017. This eight-week program places exceptional university and college students in Senate and House offices to work on issues dealing with entrepreneurship and startups. The Program also includes meetings with senior federal administration officials, serial entrepreneurs, startups, venture capitalists, angel investors, and corporate venture groups to increase the student's professional network during the internship and after, when they return to campus to share their experiences and networks with students, researchers, faculty and alumni.

Nautilus Science and Engineering Internship Program
The Nautilus Science and Engineering Internship Program aims to train undergraduate and graduate students studying ocean science, engineering and video/film in the at-sea environment. Intern positions entail 2-5 week periods working aboard E/V Nautilus as Data Loggers, ROV Pilots, or Video Engineers. All of our interns spend their time on Nautilus working with a wide array of scientists, engineers, students, and educators. Science interns learn how to make scientific observations and process digital data and physical samples. ROV interns learn how to maintain and operate our exploration vehicles and systems. Video engineering and film interns learn how to operate video for our ROVs and work with our communications team to share our Nautilus story. All interns gain experience in communications and leadership, including participating in educational outreach activities. Application deadline: January 20, 2017.

ECE Openings @ CLPUD
Central Lincoln PUD in Newport, Oregon will be at the February 16th Engineering Fair at OSU and will be looking for 2 EE interns: One primarily working with Substation and Automation & SCADA and the other working directly with our Network Engineer on Radio, Fiber, Sonet and microwave design work. This year we will also be beginning the recruitment process for a EE full time position that will be working in the Electrical Engineering Department on the Networking side and also in the Automation, Controls, SCADA side.

Electrical / Electronics Engineer - ECOKAP Technologies
The primary purpose of this position is to support the commercial scale-up of a first-of-kind reactor to be deployed at an industrial site. The Electrical / Electronics Engineer position is responsible for the integration and instrumentation of microwave RF power systems and equipment and the data acquisition and controls development/programming. This position requires the ability to quickly and effectively translate product requirements to usable, measurable design solutions.

Web Developer - OSU Extended Campus
The Web Developer provides programming and multimedia support for OSU Extended Campus programmatic and course needs. This position works as part of the Course Development and Training team, collaborating with faculty, administrators and other clients to design and develop instructional technology and other web-based educational resources for courses and modules. This Web Developer designs, develops, tests, implements, and maintains web and multimedia applications. This position collaborates with colleagues in OSU Extended Campus and other partners to design and assemble the programming and media necessary to carry out design plans as conceived by assigned instructional designers.

Tenure Track Faculty Positions in Computer Science or Computer Engineering - University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) is seeking candidates for three (3) tenure track faculty members at the assistant or associate professor level in computer science or computer engineering. Applicants should have an earned Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related field. The department is expanding its teaching and research in the areas of data analytics, machine learning, cybersecurity, internet of things, cloud and virtual environments, and mobile computing systems. We welcome applicants in these and other areas of computer science and computer engineering.

Partial list of jobs posted in the past week through LinkedIn (these are just a few of the hundreds of jobs listed). Sample jobs:

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