Seeing the unseen
With a degree in chemical engineering from Oregon State University, Melanie Jenkins took a job as a process engineer at Micron Tehcnology in Boise, Idaho where she spent 12-hour shifts in the cleanroom. Even though she was learning a lot at Micron, her ultimate goal was to have a career in research. “I wanted to work in research, because I want to learn about things that haven’t been discovered or known before. The thought of always learning is really appealing to me,” Jenkins said. EECS

Computer science for everyone
"It all started on the bus,” said Martin Erwig of his new book, “Once Upon an Algorithm,” published this year by The MIT Press, which won a 2017 Best Book Award from American Book Fest. Erwig’s seven-minute commute by bus was the perfect situation to inspire him to boil down computer science for the general public. Discussions naturally developed on those daily bus rides with many of the same people. EECS


Oregon remains a top destination, moving companies say
Oregon continues to draw far more residents than it sends elsewhere, according to the companies that haul those newcomers' stuff. Two moving services ranked Oregon among their top 10 destination states, where more people moved in than away. The Oregonian

Kate Johnson in as CEO as Act-On restructures, plans to hire 50 workers
Act-On Software, in consolidating its North American operations in Portland, has named a new CEO and COO. In making the move, Act-On plans to expand its Portland footprint. It'll hire as many as 50 new employees, in the engineering and customer service areas, during 2018's first half. The company is the Portland area's 18th-largest software operation, with 105 local workers among its 311 overall staffers. Portland Business Journal


Course Announcement: Applied Bioinformatics BB485/585
MWF 11:00-11:50 am | MF BEXL 416, W BEXL 324 | Professor: David Hendrix
Applied Bioinformatics gives a thorough, hands-on introduction to the problems and methods of the bioinformatics of nucleic acid sequences and proteins. The goal of this course is to teach you the fundamentals of bioinformatics and enable you to understand and employ software and methods used in answering contemporary questions in bioinformatics. The student will gain a working knowledge of the bioinformatics analysis of contemporary techniques such as sequence alignment, BLAST, motif finding, databases, phylogenetic tree construction, GO Terms, ChIP-Seq peak identification, transcriptome profiling by RNA-Seq, and predicting RNA interactions and structure. Students will gain familiarity with BioPython and the GNU/Linux command line interface. Now with supplementary video lectures!

Winter 2018 HWeekend
January 20-21 | Kelley Engineering Center
Do you know of a real-world problem that needs solving? Do you have an idea that can improve lives? Do you want to build something amazing? If so, you are invited to apply for the next HWeekend! The theme for this event is Engineering and Design; meals and snacks are included during the 30 hour build session. Participants have access to cutting edge tools, including 3D printers, laser cutters, electronics, tablets, computers, and more! Come alone or with a group of friends to create a gadget or gizmo that solves a real-world problem, shows how art can use the medium of technology as its canvas, or how good design can drive business. Some examples could be: Automatic door control for the disabled, an anti-theft bike alarm, a portable coffee brewer, a webpage that tells you if your house is unlocked, or even a new water desalination device. Apply by January 15.

URSA Engage - Call for Student Applications - Undergraduate Research 
The goal of URSA Engage is 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. Students who are selected will receive an award of $750 and their faculty mentors will receive $250 in development funds. The program is available to undergraduates across all academic disciplines. Projects will take place from the middle of winter term 2018 through the end of spring term 2018 (15 weeks at 5 hrs/week). Applications due January 15.

Research Ready Workshop - OSU Undergraduate Research
Wednesday, January 17 | 5:30 PM - 7 PM | Location TBA
The process of getting involved in undergraduate research or creative work with a faculty member can be intimidating, especially for students who are new to OSU. We’re here to help! Join us for an evening workshop where we’ll discuss the benefits of working with a professor at OSU and how to identify and contact the professor you want to work with. You’ll also have an opportunity to hear directly from a panel of OSU professors about what they look for in undergraduates who ask to join their teams.

AAUW 2018 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders Scholarship
May 30 - June 2, 2018 • University of Maryland, College Park 
Addressing important and contemporary leadership issues, building leadership, advocacy and networking for the next generation of women leaders. Skills, networking, and resources are provided that are necessary to lead change on your campus and in your community. AAUW of Oregon will award up to $1200 in scholarship funds to attend this conference for 2 eligible student leaders who are currently enrolled in college full time. Electronic applications must be received by January 15, 2018.

The Next Great Startup is taking applications now! 
NGSU is a campus-wide competition beginning in January where student-led teams compete to win cash prizes, in-kind services and the chance to turn a startup idea into a real company. Open to all teams led by a currently-enrolled OSU student. (Last year's winner was computer science student Gabriel Kauffman, who developed a game based on a neural network.) For more information and to apply: . Application deadline: January 16, 2018 at noon.

CASS Software Development Series
Learn the latest software development tools and techniques from the group who knows it best - CASS!

  • Basic Track: Intro to Building Web Applications using Python
    January 17 & 24 | 5-7pm | KEC 1005
    A hands-on, two-part workshop on building a Python Web Application using Django.
  • Advanced Track: Vue.js – Progressive JavaScript Web Framework
    January 18 & 25 | 5-7pm | KEC 1005

Spinning Into Butter
The OSU College of Engineering is sponsoring “Spinning Into Butter,” a play by Rebecca Gilman, produced by Bag&Baggage Productions, that explores the dangers of both racism and political correctness in America. Show times are 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, in room 200 at the Learning Innovation Center on OSU’s Corvallis campus. Tickets are free but required and can be obtained on a first-come, first-served basis at

Stanford Research Conference - Apply to Present
Stanford University’s Undergraduate Research Association is seeking applicants to present at their annual Stanford Research Conference. Undergraduates from across the country are invited to apply! In fact, a handful of students from OSU presented at the Stanford Research Conference just last year. This is an excellent opportunity to network with students and faculty from other institutions. Applications are due January 28.

Super Model Design Competition
Tech Soft 3D wants YOUR best 3D assembly to be the poster model for Tech Soft 3D products! Contestants are required to submit an original 3D mechanical part or assembly that will be judged according to overall quality and model complexity. Winning contestants will receive recognition and cash, with the first place prize of $1500. The submission deadline is March 15, 2018.

Cornell Materials Science and Engineering M.Eng Information
Cornell’s Materials Science and Engineering M.Eng. enhanced program is designed to develop the professional engineering leaders of the future who understand the Technical, Business, and Legal, Ethical and Social Issues in Technology. The MSE M.Eng. program is designed to give you hands on experience while doing an internship and equip you with entrepreneurial skills to become true tech leaders. The Fall admissions deadline has been extended to April 1, 2018!


Argonne National Laboratory Internship Opportunities
Argonne is a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center, where teams of world-class researchers work alongside experts from industry, academia and other government laboratories to address vital national challenges in clean energy, environment, technology and national security. This environment makes Argonne a great place for undergraduates to participate in cutting-edge research and develop a skill set for the next stage in their career. Argonne offers a number of internship programs across various science and technology disciplines that range from a seasonal appointment to a co-op experience. Applications deadlines: January 12 - February 1.

2018 Summer Repperger Program
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory's (AFRL) is currently accepting applications for its 2018 AFRL Repperger Research Internship Program. This civilian research opportunity is a 10-week summer program intended for MS/PhD candidates pursuing degrees in STEM. Each year the laboratory will appointment a couple exceptional undergraduate students into the program. There are 36 posted opportunities, once the application January 21, 2018 deadline passes, each application will be reviewed and AFRL will fund 15 participants for the summer period. To qualify, applicants must be pursuing their Master or PhD (some outstanding bachelor students will be considered as well), have a minimal 3.2 GPA in a STEM discipline and be a U.S. citizen. Application deadline: January 21, 2018.

Cognitive and Autonomous Test Vehicle (CAT Vehicle) Research Experience for Undergraduates - University of Arizona
Students will be working on a real autonomous car with technologies dealing with control systems, robotics, cognitive communications, machine learning, software engineering, etc. Participating students will gain experience in writing academic publications, preparing and giving presentations, and in articulating the story of their compelling research problem and its solution. Participants will gain experience in applying their research to an actual autonomous vehicle. Application deadline: February 15.


Spring Data Science Fellowship Opportunity
The Data Incubator is an intensive 8 week fellowship that prepares masters students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. The program is free for Fellows and supported by sponsorships from hundreds of employers across multiple industries. In response to the overwhelming interest in our earlier sessions, we will be holding another fellowship. Anyone who has already obtained a masters or PhD degree or who is within one year of graduating with a masters or PhD is welcome to apply. Applications from international students are welcome.

AAUW Selected Professions Fellowships
Selected Professions Fellowships are awarded to women who intend to pursue a full-time course of study at accredited U.S. institutions during the fellowship year in one of the designated degree programs where women’s participation traditionally has been low. Selected Professions Fellowships are awarded for master’s programs in architecture, computer/information sciences, engineering, and mathemathics/statistics. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Application deadline: January 10, 2018.

Mensa Foundation Scholarship Program
Applicants must be enrolled in a degree program in an accredited U.S. institution of higher learning during the academic year following the application date. Applicants must submit an application and essay explaining his or her career, academic and/or vocational goals. The Mensa Education & Research Foundation college scholarship program bases its awards totally on essays written by the applicants. Consideration is not given to grades, academic program or financial need. Application deadline: January 15, 2018.

Wayne V. Black Memorial Scholarship Award
In 2006, the Board of Directors of the Energy Telecommunications & Electrical Association (ENTELEC; established the Wayne V. Black Scholarship Award. Through its strategic plan, ENTELEC is committed to providing quality educational programming for all levels of energy professionals from novice to executive. The Applicant must be working towards a Bachelor’s degree in one of the following curricula: Engineering/ Engineering Technology, Computer Science/MIS, Pre-law, Political Science, Telecommunications/Information Technology. The Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident or Canadian citizen. Application deadline: January 26, 2018.

Idaho National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship
The INL Graduate Fellowship program is designed to identify exceptional talent in research areas aligned with INL's strategic agenda to enable the current and future mission of the INL. The program, a collaboration between INL and universities, provides mentoring and financial support for outstanding students who plan to enroll in graduate degree programs. The posting will close February 1, 2018.

Scholarships for Women Studying Information Security
The SWSIS program provides scholarships of up to $10,000 for women studying for their Bachelors and Masters degrees in fields relating to information security. The purpose of these scholarships is to provide assistance to women at the formative stages of their careers in these fields. Application deadline: February 1, 2018.

L'Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellowships
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 2, 2018; must maintain the status of postdoctoral researcher throughout the fellowship year; must be American born, naturalized citizen or permanent resident; must be affiliated with a U.S. based academic or research institution; must plan to conduct their postdoctoral studies and research in the U.S. Application deadline: February 2, 2018.

Microsoft Tuition scholarship
Microsoft awards tuition scholarships each year to encourage students to pursue studies in Computer Science and related STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) disciplines. You must be enrolled full time in a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college or university in the United States, Canada, or Mexico at the time the application is submitted. The scholarship is open to students pursuing Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related STEM degree. Maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average out of a possible 4.0, or a 4.0 cumulative grade point average out of a possible 5.0. Application deadline: Feb 9, 2018.

SPIE Scholarship Program
The Optics and Photonics Education Scholarships are available to SPIE student members located anywhere in the world, in high school (pre-university/secondary), undergraduate and graduate programs, who are studying in optics, photonics or a related field. The key criterion in evaluating and ranking applications is the "prospect for long-term contribution that the granting of an award will make to the field of optics, photonics or related field." Need, in and of itself, shall not be considered as a criterion. Application deadline: February 15, 2018.

Apriorit Computer Science Scholarship Program for College Students
Apriorit offers a $1000 educational technology grant for high school seniors and college freshmen who have been enrolled at a college or university for a computer engineering or computer science program this year. We want to support young people passionate about IT and planning to build their career in this field. Application deadline: July 1, 2018.


PhD Oral Preliminary Examination – Peter Rindal
Tuesday, January 9 | 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM | KEC 1007
Improved Private Set Intesection
Major Advisor: Mike Rosulek; Committee: Attila Yavuz, Rakesh Bobba, Payman Mohassel; GCR: Clayton Petsche

MS Final Examination – Sruti Srinivasa Ragavan
Wednesday, January 10 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | KEC 1007
Version Control Systems: An Information Foraging Perspective
Major Advisor: Margaret Burnett; Committee: Anita Sarma, Eric Walkingshaw; GCR: Cindy Grimm


First-order Optimization Methods for Large-scale Problems
Monday, January 8 | 4:00 - 4:50 p.m. | LPSC 125
Hoi-To Wai, Postdoctoral Fellow, Arizona State University


A Robot Walks into a Bar: The comedy and social lives of machines (Science Pub Corvallis)
Monday, January 8 | 6 - 8 p.m. | Old World Deli, 341 2nd St., Corvallis
Robots will increasingly rub shoulders with people at home and in the work place, so machines need social attributes: humor, personality and body language. Heather Knight, an assistant professor in computer science at Oregon State University, aims to develop machines that use their social qualities to empower people, not replace them. She directs the CHARISMA Lab (Collaborative Humans and Robots: Interaction, Sociability, Machine Learning, and Art) at OSU.

Martin Erwig Book Signing
Monday, January 8 | 7:30 PM | Powell's City of Books, Portland
Picture a computer scientist, staring at a screen and clicking away frantically on a keyboard, hacking into a system, or perhaps developing an app. Now delete that picture. In Once Upon an Algorithm, Martin Erwig explains computation as something that takes place beyond electronic computers, and computer science as the study of systematic problem solving. Erwig points out that many daily activities involve problem solving. Getting up in the morning, for example: You get up, take a shower, get dressed, eat breakfast. This simple daily routine solves a recurring problem through a series of well-defined steps. In computer science, such a routine is called an algorithm.

Spinning Into Butter
The OSU College of Engineering is sponsoring “Spinning Into Butter,” a play by Rebecca Gilman, produced by Bag&Baggage Productions, that explores the dangers of both racism and political correctness in America. Show times are 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, in room 200 at the Learning Innovation Center on OSU’s Corvallis campus. Tickets are free but required and can be obtained on a first-come, first-served basis at

2018 Graduate Research Showcase
Thursday, February 8 | LaSells Stewart Center and CH2M Hill Alumni Center
The 2018 Graduate Research Showcase is a daylong opportunity for graduate students to advance their professional knowledge and skills, network with industry partners, and share your research with industry, faculty, peers, and the community. We are also pleased to welcome  Jorge Cham, who will be giving the keynote at a luncheon exclusively for College of Engineering graduate students who present a poster and/or attend the career panel. Please read the schedule and details regarding the Graduate Research Showcase, and learn what last year’s graduate students had to say about the event.

Experience Oregon Tech
Wednesday, Feb 21 | 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm | Matt Knight Arena, Eugene | FREE (Ticket Required)
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 – the entire spectrum of roles. Students will learn about the culture of these companies and get a huge head start on the many internships and jobs available there.


College of Engineering Career Drop-In Hours
Mondays 10AM-11AM | Fridays 3PM-4PM | 122 Johnson Hall
Have a quick career development question? Come by our fall drop-in hours to get pointed in the right direction.

Ask a Credible Career Coach: Can I Negotiate When the Job Description Lists a Salary?
Negotiations are often nerve-racking for candidates because they don’t want to ask for too much and have an employer withdraw an offer. But I want to give you reassurance that as much as you fear losing out on an opportunity, companies also fear losing great talent (like you!) by coming in below expectations. That’s why companies and candidates often have an open discussion to meet somewhere in the middle. The Muse

How to answer 5 of the toughest interview questions
The better prepared you are for each type of interviewer, the better your odds are at landing a new title and office environment that’ll start your next lap around the sun on a positive foot. Though it might seem silly or redundant to go over each and every last question that could be thrown at you, practice does indeed make perfect, and sharing your response out loud in front of a mirror — or to a trusted mentor or pal — will ensure you’re ready for anything. Ladders

Five Ways To Answer The Question 'Why Should We Hire You?'
The worst way to answer the question "Why should we hire you?" is to say "Because I'm smart, I'm hard-working and I want the job." Every candidate will say that! You have to change things up. You have to shift the script. That's the only way you will remain in the interviewer's mind after the interview is over. Forbes


Student Web & Communications Assistant - OSU Institutional Analytics and Reporting Communications
This position will assist the Communications and Engagement Manager in the creation of a new IAR website. Additionally, the Student Web Developer will support the IAR team in the daily tasks required to migrate and maintain content to the new IAR site, build and test new web-based features, as well as assist with the communication and marketing of these technologies and IAR services to the OSU community.

AppleCare College Advisor
Discover a college job that fits schedules and exceeds expectations. Apple has always done things differently, including customer support. As an AppleCare College Advisor, you’ll work from where you live and work around your class schedule, helping customers have the best experience possible. And like college itself, working with Apple can take you where you want to go — and where you never imagined.

OSU MIME IT Student Support Specialist
Do you enjoy meeting new people and helping to solve problems? We're looking for students to help support the OSU School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering with technology-related needs. Duties include assistance with computer operations and installation, user support, classroom technology, programming and analysis, network support, and installing and configuring applications. Please apply to posting number P02518SE or send your resume and cover letter to

CBEE Info Tech
This recruitment will be used to fill multiple part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Information Technology position for the School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University (OSU). Managing windows computers and applications in the College of Engineering. Assist in automation of operating system deployment and software using Microsoft Systems Configuration Manager, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, Windows ADK, and other tools. Building of operating system images and silent software installations of engineering applications. Hardware and software trouble shooting, and maintaining an accurate inventory.

ECE & CS Internships - Walt Disney Parks & Resorts
As a member of the Facilities & Operations Services team, you will help to engineer the magic. You will be part of a team that works each day to design, build, service and maintain a level of service that exceeds our client and guest expectations. Your team's responsibilities may include: provide strategic and project support for new and existing attractions and facilities; develop global design and safety standards; design and supervise the fabrication and testing of enhancements and new designs for ride vehicles and systems; provide software services for ride, show and other process control systems being developed and installed in the Disney parks.

Internship at Autodesk (Portland): Visual Design, Simulation UX Team
The Simulation UX team in the Manufacturing group designs solutions for products that focus on Generative Design, simulation of metal additive manufacturing, plastic injection molding and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). We are looking for a talented visual designer, skilled at web, mobile and desktop design to help us align the visual interfaces of our many products. Some of these products are established desktop software that need an overhaul and others are new web interfaces that need ongoing visual design support. Additionally, we are embarking on a new strategy focusing on generative design for one of our oldest desktop products. As part of this strategy shift, we will need someone who is exceptional at dealing with data visualization for multi-objective genetic algorithms (MOGA). We need to make this easy for our customers to understand the output of these types of algorithms so they can make good design decisions easily.

Autodesk Internship (San Francisco): Security, GDPR & Privacy by Design
The Product Security at Autodesk is seeking a talented software engineering intern with an interest in learning about and gaining hands-on exposure to security and privacy practices. You will have the opportunity to work closely with Security and Privacy Champions, Security and Privacy Engineers, and many others throughout Autodesk. The ideal candidate will have a background in software development. The role includes writing code, primarily with NodeJS, to automate the collection and reporting of metrics into the Product Security Dashboard, to assist with effective measurement of progress and compliance to privacy requirements.

Software Engineering Internship at Autodesk (San Francisco)
Responsibilities: Build new features, with unit tests, that can support our growing user base. Build scalable and complex web applications and platforms that support large-scale 3D graphics, big data and machine learning. Evaluate current software architecture and implement enhancements as required. Help develop and maintain high quality code by pairing in a TDD process with senior tech leads. Build and scale automated testing infrastructure to support rapid hands-off QA. Cross-team collaboration and coordination to ensure reliable, secure, available and scalable releases.

Internship Machine Learning Robotics - Autodesk (San Francisco)
The Autodesk Applied Research Lab is a multi-disciplinary team, whose job is to explore the future landscape of automation and look for blind spots for Autodesk. We pursue a broad scope of inquiries – from Advanced Robotics, Machine Learning and VR/AR, to Storytelling and Future of Work. At Autodesk, we have a unique advantage of accessing 3D model data from a wide range of industries, from architecture and manufacturing, to films and video games. Data from these diverse areas connect everything from conceptual design to physical instantiation of objects and environments. As such, we have an unprecedented opportunity to apply machine learning to these cross-pollinating data across industries that don’t typically coincide, to solve a broad variety of problems. This summer we are looking for a Machine Learning Robotics intern who will help bridge the gap between simulated reality and the real world using machine learning and robots.

Internships at Autodesk
Our interns work on real projects that are challenging and make a difference. Every year we hire hundreds of interns, co-op students and new grads to join our global teams and experience incredible access to our technology and industry mentors. With opportunities in Software Development, Cloud Technologies, Computer Graphics, Data Science, Mechatronics/Robotics, Reality Computing, Machine Learning, Research Engineering, Quality Assurance and Web Automation, you’ll be a part of an important mission creating innovative technology to help people imagine, design and create a better world.

Product Security at Autodesk
Our team of security experts helps Autodesk design, build, deploy and maintain secure products. We are embedding security in the full spectrum of how we build our products from inception, design, development, testing to how we are running them in the cloud as well as how we are responding to any existing or emerging threats to our products or the building blocks of our products and services. We are looking for an Application Security Engineer with 0 to 3 years of software development experience to join the Product Security team at Autodesk. The ideal candidate will collaborate closely and frequently with thousands of software engineers across Autodesk to help them design, develop and test with a security-first mindset.

Electrical Engineer--Entry Level - Boeing
We are looking for energetic, creative, and self-driven Electrical Engineers to work on Commercial Aircraft Electric Systems. The candidate will work in a collaborative, exciting environment supporting new products, improving existing products, and/or supporting our fleet of airplanes in service. The job offers the opportunity to be mentored by senior engineers and work with world class experts across functions (design, suppliers, manufacturing, and in-service support). You will develop or modify your hardware and software designs through the lifecycle including requirements definition, architecture definition, design development, testing, and monitoring performance in service. You will research basic technologies for potential application.

Software Engineer - AddiTec
The Software Engineer is responsible for developing, maintaining, testing, and controlling acquired or developed software used by AddiTec or software used in products designed and manufactured by AddiTec. The successful incumbent will utilize coding skills to actively support AddiTec product innovation on a real-time, fast prototyping basis. In addition, this position will manage the software development life cycle for in-house developed software and will ensure that software configuration items are controlled.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Web and Mobile Services
Web and Mobile Services (WAMS), part of the Information and Technology Division at Oregon State University, invites applications for two full-time (1.0 FTE) , 12-month Analyst Programmer, competency level 2, positions. WAMS provides systems and services in support of Oregon State University instruction, research and administration functions. WAMS hosts and develops content for external and internal web visitors. Staff are directly responsible for the daily operation, administration, and welfare of systems hosting OSU web pages and associated databases that provide access to research and other information for users on campus, in Oregon, and around the world.

Bioinformatics Analyst - OSU Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing
This position will provide bioinformatics consulting and analysis services, and participate in collaborative bioinformatics research. Responsibilities and duties include analysis of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics data sets, development of new tools in bioinformatics and computational biology, and assistance with the preparation of publications and grant proposals.

Assistant Computational Scientist - OSU Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing
This position will work closely with CGRB staff and the OSU research community to provide a high quality of service and promote the CGRB’s mission of bioinformatics education and research. The successful candidate will (1) Research, develop, and maintain a next-generation software stack for the ACTF, specific to the needs of data science education and practice, and (2) Provide training and support to users of the CGRB computational infrastructure.

Faculty Positions in Data Science - Purdue University
Data Science aims to accelerate the advancement of knowledge in a wide variety of fields to enable more rapid discovery and advances in technology. Problems to be solved range from machine learning and data analytics, deeper analysis of experimental data, new algorithms for improving these areas, to computer systems optimized for rapid analysis and energy efficiency. Purdue’s College of Engineering is looking to significantly expand its capabilities in all of these areas. We are seeking multiple highly qualified individuals in the broad area of data sciences. Areas of emphasis include machine learning and data analytics, signal processing and coding, optimization, artificial intelligence, statistical inference, and computer systems research. Candidates with an outstanding research record and a proven capability of interacting with researchers across different areas of engineering will be favored.

Assistant/Associate Professor position in Computer Engineering - University of Central Arkansas
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Central Arkansas is seeking exceptional candidates for a tenure-track Assistant /Associate Professor position in Computer Engineering beginning in August 2018. The position requires a doctorate degree in Computer Science/Engineering or a related discipline. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in Computer Engineering.

Assistant Professor position at Westminster College in SLC, Utah
With an average class size of 17 and a commitment to active learning in the classroom, Westminster College offers faculty a chance to get to know all your students. We are excited to announce a search for a new Computer Science Assistant Professor. This is full-time, continuing faculty position at the rank of assistant professor. All candidates should have some level of prior teaching experience. While a PhD in computer science is preferred, candidates with an MS in computer science (or related area) and teaching experience are encouraged to apply as well. We will begin reviewing applications on December 19, 2017.

Assistant/Associate Professor - Computer Engineering - University of Central Arkansas
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Central Arkansas is seeking exceptional candidates for a tenure-track Assistant /Associate Professor position in Computer Engineering beginning in August 2018. The position requires a doctorate degree in Computer Science/Engineering or a related discipline. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in Computer Engineering. Duties include teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, research, and professional service.

Lecturer in Computer Science - Emory University
Emory University’s Mathematics & Computer Science Department invites applications for a full-time faculty position as Lecturer in Computer Science, to begin in Fall 2018. Appointments are for an initial period of three years with possibilities of renewals and promotions within the lecture track, which includes Senior Lecturer and Professor of Pedagogy, Practice and Performance. Applicants must have a PhD in Computer Science or a related discipline and will be expected to provide outstanding teaching, advising, and service related to the undergraduate programs. All areas of specialization will be considered.

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