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Graduate student Arya Menon received a 2019 MTT-S Graduate Fellowship. The award is given to assist graduate students pursuing a graduate degree in microwave engineering.

Professor Margaret Burnett was named a speaker for the U.S. Speaker Program at the  Department of State, which will occasionally invite her to speak to embassy-identified audiences overseas. Her first engagement will be GenderMag talks and workshops in Namibia.


Seeking solutions: OSU graduate students show off problem-solving skills
Got a problem to solve? Chances are good that an Oregon State University graduate engineering student is working on it. At least that’s the way it felt Friday while taking a whirlwind tour of the sixth annual College of Engineering Graduate Research Showcase at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center. More than 100 student-led projects were mounted on poster boards in the main ballroom of the building, with a steady stream of students, faculty and other interested parties crowding around to ask questions. Corvallis Gazette-Times

From the Wave Energy Prize to Now—Catching-up with AquaHarmonics
In 2016, AquaHarmonics took home the $1.5 million grand prize in the Energy Department's Wave Energy Prize, an 18-month design-build-test competition to increase the energy capture potential of wave energy devices. Now, more than two years later, the Oregon-based company is planning to test a larger version of the winning device in the open ocean. The Water Power Technology Office (WPTO) recently sat down with AquaHarmonics co-founder Alex Hagmüller to learn about their recent device testing and plans for future deployment. AquaHarmonics was founded by Alex Hagmüller (’09 B.S. Mechanical Engineering), Max Ginsburg (’10 B.S. Electrical Computer Engineering). EIN Newsdesk


The Technology Sector: Firms plot ongoing growth in jobs
Lane County’s tech industry largely delivered on its 2018 employment growth predictions. With a focus on job growth, here is a brief look at what some of the biggest names in the local tech industry did last year and what to expect in 2019. Eugene Register-Guard

Intel says huge new Oregon factory will add 1,750 jobs
The chipmaker is already the state’s largest corporate employer. The additional jobs would bring its Oregon workforce near 22,000. The new fabs are also designed to accommodate a big new manufacturing tool for extreme ultraviolet lithography, or EUV. EUV tools, the size of a bus, cannot operate in older fabs but will be necessary to make Intel’s forthcoming 7nm chips, due sometime in the next several years. The Oregonian

Flir buys Boston robotics company for $385M
Wilsonville-based thermal imaging company Flir Systems announced its intent to purchase Endeavor Robotics Holdings Inc. for $385 million. Endeavor, based in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, was the defense and security arm of the company iRobot, which makes the robotic vacuum Roomba. Endeavor was split off from iRobot in 2016 when private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners purchased the business for $45 million. Endeavor plans to keep its Boston-area office. Its 150 employees will join Flir’s Government and Defense business unit. Portland Business Journal


Register now for EECS Networking Night
Tuesday, February 19 | 4:45-8:00 pm
Companies attending the event are interested in meeting our ECE and CS students (i.e. you!) Networking Night gives you a place to meet real people from industry, ask questions, and share your resume. It's also a great warm-up for the Career Expo (happening the next day) where you can follow up with connections you make and meet more companies. Whether you are looking for an internship or a job or just want to learn more about your career options, this event is for you! All ECE and CS students at Oregon State University are invited to Networking Night. Space is limited. Register early for best selection.

Upcoming events for Engineers Without Borders

  • AutoCAD Workshop: Wednesday Feb 13 from 5-6 pm in KEAR 302
  • Nicaragua Program meets on Mondays in Owen 241 from 6-8 pm
  • Cambodia Program meets on Tuesdays in Owen 241 from 6-8 pm

All majors are welcome!

Beaver BarCamp 19
Saturday, April 6 | 9:00am to 6:00pm | Kelley Engineering Center | Free
Share your passion, connect with others, and learn something new at Beaver BarCamp 19. This informal un-conference has been hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab for well over 10 years. Attendees can participate in sessions throughout the day or propose their own session on a project, hobby or research interest. Help us fill OSU’s Kelley Engineering Center with interesting ideas and skills. Free registration and open to ALL: students, staff and community members.

Google Pay it Forward Challenge
In honor of Black History Month, we are hosting our fourth annual Pay It Forward Challenge as a way to recognize students who are positively impacting their local communities. We’re looking to showcase students doing a wide range of things for their communities. Students should complete the entry form and provide an overview of who they are the work they’ve done to expand access and opportunities for their local community. No example of community work is too small! Submissions are due Monday, February 12th at 11:59pm PST.

Kick Start 2019
Kick Start is a global online coding competition, consisting of three-hour rounds of a variety of algorithmic challenges designed by Google engineers. Participants can compete in one or all online rounds held throughout the year, and will have the opportunity to develop and grow their programming abilities while getting a glimpse into the technical skills needed for a career at Google (top participants may be invited to interview at Google). Register before our upcoming practice round on February 23rd, then check out the full schedule and add rounds to your calendar so you don’t miss out!

Power & Energy Society tour of Eaton's Portland Power Center
Friday, February 15 | 5:00pm | Wilsonville, OR
The OSU IEEE Power and Energy Society Student Branch Chapter invites you to visit Eaton’s Portland Power Center, a unique electrical power distribution equipment assembly plant focusing on Medium and Low Voltage Switchgear and Motor Control Centers. There is no other assembly site in the western US, that has this wide ranging capability to build custom Switchgear from any major manufacturer. Family and friends are welcome, but please have a firm head count when signing up. The tour will take around 1 hour. Please sign up here to receive more information, or email Will Stark at starkw@oregonstate.edu with questions.

Computing4Change, SC 19
November 16 - 22, 2019, Denver, CO | Nominations close: 08 April, 2019
Are you an undergraduate student who wants not just to enhance your skillset, but also to create positive change in your community? Computing4Change is a competition for students from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who want to work collaboratively to:

  1. Learn to apply data analysis and computational thinking to a social challenge
  2. Experience the latest tools and techniques for exploring data through visualization
  3. Expand skills in team-based problem solving
  4. Learn how to communicate ideas more effectively to the general public

Registration for Hash Code 2019 is open!
Hash Code is a team programming competition, organized by Google, for students and professionals around the world. You pick your team and programming language and we pick an engineering problem for you to solve. This year’s contest kicks off with an Online Qualification Round on Thursday, February 28th, where your team can compete from wherever you’d like, including from one of our Hash Code hubs. Top teams from this round will be invited to Google Ireland on April 27th to compete for the title of Hash Code 2019 Registration deadline: February 25.


U.S Department of Energy DOE Scholars Program at the Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy (ARPA-E)
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is devoted exclusively to support research and development of high-potential, high-impact energy technologies that are too early for private-sector investment. Applicants should be prepared for deep immersion in a specific energy program area and must be comfortable and be able to complete tasks independently. This internship opportunity offers experience in advancing the transition of cutting-edge energy technologies to market applications in a fast-paced environment. Open to undergraduate and graduate students.

Lounge Lizard Web Design Scholarship
Show us how creative you are! The web design can be from past or present. Your submission will be entered into our semi-annual $1000 award contest. The winner will also be granted a design critique session with Ken Braun, for any project of your choosing. Applications due by February 13.

Hoffman Opportunity Scholarship
Nominations are now being accepted for the Eric & Janice Hoffman Scholarship to support undergraduate COE students who are in financial need as they near degree completion. Awards will be given to College of Engineering students who are in good academic standing and one to three terms away from graduation, yet are at risk of not completing their degree for financial reasons. Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, financial need, likelihood of completing your degree as a result of the scholarship, and probable time to graduation. Deadline: Friday, February 16.

Google Scholarships
Our scholarship programs support students from underrepresented groups in tech who are studying computer science, or a related degree, in the US and Canada. Those who receive our scholarships are awarded $10,000 USD (or $5,000 CAD) to put toward their academics the following school year, and are invited to attend the Google Scholars' Retreat in Mountain View next summer. To learn more about our scholarship programs visit g.co/scholarships.

2019 Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant
Broadening participation in computing is a core part of Microsoft's values; accordingly, we are excited to continue the Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant that aims to recognize, support, and mentor diverse doctoral students as they complete their dissertation research in computing-related fields. This grant is open to doctoral students in their fourth year or beyond, studying computing topics at universities in the United States, Canada and Mexico, who are underrepresented in the field of computing which include those who self-identify as a woman, African American, Black, Hispanic, Latinx, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and/or people with disabilities. The program allows students to submit a grant proposal of up to $25,000 to support their dissertation research; grant recipients will also get to take part in a two-day career workshop at Microsoft Research Redmond this autumn. Grant proposals for 2019 are due on March 31.

Idaho National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship
This year there are two INL Graduate Fellowship postings. The first is specific to National and Homeland Security research, the second is associated with other INL mission areas. 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. Applicants are invited to apply online through inl.gov/careers job posting numbers 12535 and 12584. The postings will close February 15, 2019. Selections will be announced in May. Letters of recommendation can be emailed directly to me at ali.josephson@inl.gov.

Apriorit Computer Science Scholarship Program
Apriorit offers an educational technology grant for college freshmen in USA, 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. 1 Prize: $1000. Application deadline: August 1, 2019.


National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure - various institutions
Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs are an excellent way for undergraduates to become acquainted with scientific research and graduate student life. REU programs typically consist of an intensive 10 week summer research experience at a university different than your own. The specific technical areas vary by site, but all are within the broad umbrella of "nanotechnology". Projects are available within the broad areas of solid state physics and chemistry, materials science, electronic devices and materials, and biology/biomedical engineering. Deadlines vary, based on institution: January 31 - March 1.

NCI Systems Biology and Physical Sciences Summer Research Program
The National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Cancer Systems Biology Consortium and Physical Sciences in Oncology Network are offering rising Junior and Senior undergraduates with outstanding research potential the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors from NCI-supported institutions. The program is designed specifically for students who wish to gain experience in the interdisciplinary fields of systems biology and physical oncology. Students who are especially interested in cancer research careers are encouraged to apply. Opportunities are available at 15 research institutions across the United States. Application deadline: February 15, 2019.

Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine Undergraduate Summer Research Program
The College of Veterinary Medicine offers an opportunity to perform health-related research in its laboratories during the summer. The program is open to all undergraduate students and it is supported by internal funds. At the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine, Biomedical Faculty page, you can peruse the various research interests of the faculty. (Note: computer science professor Stephen Ramsey is a member of the biomedical faculty.) Contact a faculty member whose research interests you and fill out the undergraduate application. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2019.

Clean Energy Bridge to Research REU / RET Program - University of Washington
Clean Energy Bridge to Research (CEBR) is a summer research program from the Clean Energy Institute (CEI) at the University of Washington (UW). CEBR supports a select group of undergraduates and community or tribal college students and teachers to participate in authentic research in solar, energy storage, and grid technologies under the mentorship of UW’s world-class faculty and grad students. CEBR builds on the success of the now completed Hooked On Photonics REU program. Application Deadline: February 15, 2019.

Molecular Engineering Materials Center - University of Washington
The University of Washington Molecular Engineering Materials Center (UW MEM·C) summer REU program is focused on exposing underrepresented minorities and veterans to a viable and relevant career pathway focused on materials and energy research. Undergraduates, including veterans, will find that the research topics are both challenging and relevant to their experience. How can we provide mobile, lightweight and inexpensive energy sources to our forces and to the communities they work with? How can materials research lead to new electronics that are super miniaturized, low energy consumption and reliable? How can new kinds of sensors be used to improve safety, efficiency, and effectiveness? Application deadline: February 16, 2019.

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU Site for Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics - Johns Hopkins University
The REU program in Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics (CSMR) is an intensive, ten-week program of laboratory research and instruction, beginning at the end of May and concluding in early August. Projects are available in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science. Application deadline: February 17.

Next-Generation Health Monitoring Systems with Flexible Electronics, Novel Algorithms and Secure Communications - University of Washington Bothell
The overarching theme of these projects is advancing the technologies for the development of reliable, low-cost and comfortable health monitoring devices having features such as delivering real-time data over the internet for remote care and cloud processing. The projects cover research problems in device and system fabrication; bio-signal processing; and data security and computing. Application Deadline: February 20, 2019.

Security of Smart Things - Florida International University
The rapid proliferation of various smart, low-cost and small devices led to the nationwide development of smart buildings, cities, technologies, etc., in order to make our lives more efficient, safer and less costly than before. Motivated with the increasing ubiquity of such “Smart Things (ST),” this project will continue serving the REU site titled Security of Smart Things in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Florida International University (FIU). The primary focus of this project is to engage students with various research topics related to security and privacy of ST. This REU site is a great opportunity for undergraduate students (sophomores, juniors, non-graduating seniors) to engage in hands-on research activity under the supervision of a faculty mentor and postdoctoral fellow in the ECE Department throughout the summer. Application Deadline: Feb. 22, 2019.

Solar Energy Research for the Terawatt Challenge - Arizona State University
The QESST Engineering Research Center offers undergraduates the opportunity to participate in solar energy research. Through work on the pilot line, students will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and gain experience directly relevant to industry, giving them the opportunity to demonstrate the commercial impact and relevance of their ideas by guiding them through the steps required to bring new ideas to commercialization. Application Deadline: March 1, 2019.

Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Research 4 Social Change - Texas Advanced Computing Center, The University of Texas at Austin
The Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Research for Social Change Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at TACC is actively engaging 10 undergraduate students each summer for nine-weeks in solving real-world problems of national relevance, teaching them to not only be critical thinkers, but to be creative and reflective as well. Students gain skills in advanced programming and problem solving and use the CI to conduct cutting-edge research in engineering, science, and computational medicine. Research projects emphasize advanced computing as a tool to power discoveries that will impact social change for future generations. Application deadline: April 1.


PhD Final Exam – Spencer Liverman
Wednesday, February 13 | 2:00pm to 4:00pm | KEC 1114
Design and Analysis of Free-space Optical Communications Systems for Next Generation Short-range Wireless Networks
Major Advisor: Alan Wang; Committee: Thinh Nguyen, Arun Natarajan, Matthew Johnston; GCR: Yun-Shik Lee


Robotics in the Real World: Developing Reliable Field-Robotic Systems via Mathematical Guarantees and In-Field Testing
Thursday, February 14 | 10:00am to 11:00am | Rogers 226
Joshua Mangelson, Ph.D. Candidate in Robotics, University of Michigan

Materials Science Seminar
Thursday, Feb. 14 | 4 p.m. | Rogers 226
The dream of every researcher studying structure-property relationships of materials is to know exactly where each atom is located in a material and understand how that influences the various properties exhibited by it. This week, Materials Science at Oregon State will host a free seminar by Arun Devaraj, material scientist in the Physical and Computational Sciences Directorate at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Devaraj will present “Enabling the atomic scale design of new materials through correlative multimodal chemical imaging.”

Autonomous mobile systems: modelling, control and planning
Monday, February 18 | 10:00am to 11:00am | Rogers 226
Corina Barbalata, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department, University of Michigan

The Challenge of Ant Sized Robots
Tuesday, February 19 | 10:00am to 11:00am | Rogers 226
Ryan St. Pierre, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Carnegie Mellon University

Modeling and Control for Robotic Assistants
Wednesday, February 20 | 10:00am to 11:00am | Rogers 226
Monroe D. Kennedy III, Ph.D. Candidate, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania

Wildbook - Photographic Censusing of Wildlife
Monday, February 25 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | Weniger 151
Jason Parham, Senior Computer Vision Research Engineer, Wild Me; Computer Science Ph.D. Candidate, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY


Join us at these great events throughout the week to celebrate diversity, engage with your fellow engineers, be entered in raffles for prizes, and enjoy some delicious meals. The full E-Week Schedule can be found here: bit.ly/OSUeweek2019.

PechaKucha Finals
Come learn about some really awesome engineering clubs that you can be involved in and watch them compete for $1,700 in cash prizes! First place will get $800, Second place will get $500, and the audience favorite will get $400. So, bring your friends and cheer on your favorite club! Pizza is provided; first come, first serve. More info here: ESC PechaKucha
When: Feb. 18th from 6pm to 8pm
Where: Gilfillan Auditorium

Diversity Dialogues
Celebrate diversity in engineering by attending Diversity Dialogues! Meet our engineering affinity groups: NSBE, SHPE, SACNAS, SWE, Grad SWE, and ACM-W, and learn about some great opportunities to get involved. Hear from our incredible Keynote Speaker, Allison Davis-White Eyes from the Office of Institutional Diversity, as she speaks about the importance of diversity and inclusion in higher education and engineering. Engage with a panel of 6 OSU faculty and students about their experience, advice, and accomplishments. Dinner from Qdoba will be provided! More info and RSVP here: ESC Diversity Dialogues
When: Feb. 20th from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Where: Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center

Engineers Rock the Plaza!
Wrap up E-Week with us as we enjoy a night of music, an open dance floor, hot cider, and Tacos El Machin! ALL students are welcome to this event — not just engineers! Bring your friends to enjoy a fun night with the Engineering Student Council! More info here: ESC Rock the Plaza
When: Feb. 22nd from 8:30pm to 10pm
Where: SEC Plaza


Tesla Info Session
Monday, February 11 | 6-8:30 pm | MU Horizon Room
Come meet with company representatives and learn what it takes to work for Tesla. Tesla is committed to hiring and developing top talent from around the world for any given discipline. Based in California, Tesla’s workforce spans across four continents. We work to build an inclusive environment in which all people, regardless of gender, race, religion, or background, can come to do their best work. Our world-class teams operate with a non-conventional philosophy of inter-disciplinary collaboration. Each member of the team is expected to challenge and to be challenged, to create, and to innovate. We’re tackling the world’s most difficult and important problems — and we wouldn’t succeed without our shared passion for making the world a better place.

Curricular Practical Training (CPT) Workshop: F-1 International Students
Tuesday, February 12 | 2-3pm | Johnson Hall 124
F-1 international students who would like to complete an internship in their major field of study may be authorized for Curricular Practical Training (CPT) by the Office of International Services (OIS). Join us for a workshop and learn about the requirements, process and timeline for your CPT authorization! We will also explore job search tools using Handshake and discuss career search strategies. Room capacity is limited - first come, first served.

InnovationX Idea Development Workshops
Wednesday, February 13; Thursday, February 21; OR Tuesday, February 26 | noon-1 pm | Austin Hall 126noon-1 pm | Austin Hall 126
These bring-your-lunch workshops are for students in any major who are creative thinkers, problem solvers, or want to change the world. Students will bust myths of entrepreneurship, learn design thinking skills, develop an idea, learn how entrepreneurial thinking applies to their future career plans in any field, and be prepared to participate in OSU’s Best New Idea pitch competition on February 28.

Interview Master Class
Friday, February 15 | 5:00 – 6:30 p.m | Kearney Hall 112
Scientists and science communicators from all disciplines are invited to join veteran NPR journalists Jane Greenhalgh and Alice Winkler for a dynamic exploration of how to give compelling interviews about your science. This workshop will use a “master class” format, with live interviewing and clips of NPR and other science and health reporting interspersed throughout the presentation. Jane Greenhalgh is a senior producer on NPR’s Science Desk and a two-time winner of the National Academies of Science Communication Award – the highest honor in science journalism.
Alice Winkler is an independent audio producer, writer, host and storyteller. She is a former senior producer with NPR and host of the What it Takes podcast. Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served. Register at ceoas.oregonstate.edu/talksci/

Power & Energy Society tour of Eaton's Portland Power Center
Friday, February 15 | 5:00pm | Wilsonville, OR
The OSU IEEE Power and Energy Society Student Branch Chapter invites you to visit Eaton’s Portland Power Center, a unique electrical power distribution equipment assembly plant focusing on Medium and Low Voltage Switchgear and Motor Control Centers. There is no other assembly site in the western US, that has this wide ranging capability to build custom Switchgear from any major manufacturer. Family and friends are welcome, but please have a firm head count when signing up. The tour will take around 1 hour. Please sign up here to receive more information, or email Will Stark at starkw@oregonstate.edu with questions.

Networking Night @ Google: The Ups and Downs of Working in a Remote Office
Wednesday, February 20 | 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM | Google Portland | Free
Women Who Code Portland is so excited to have February's Networking Night hosted at Google's downtown Portland office! The women of Google Portland will be talking about the ups and downs of working in a remote office. Come join us for a night of networking and discussion! SPACE IS LIMITED Please register on Eventbrite.

Engineers Week Banquet hosted by the Willamette Valley Section of the Society of Women Engineers
Monday, February 25 | 5:30-8:30pm | CH2M Hill Alumni Center
Sue Galatz, 2017 OSU Distinguished Engineer has agreed to be the keynote speaker. Sue recently retired from Nike, where she served as the strategic planning director. While the tickets are $45 per person, various companies and groups will be sponsoring student tickets. Last year, over 50 students (both grad and undergrad) were able to attend at no cost to them! To sign up for a chance to obtain a sponsored ticket, please sign up here: http://groups.engr.oregonstate.edu/esc/2019-engineering-banquet by February 11th. It’s first come, first served basis, so make sure to sign up early! Once we know how many sponsored tickets we have, we will reach out to those at the top of the list and notify them of the sponsorship. All are welcome!

PDX Lunch & Learn: Organic Intelligence - Applying Math and Computers to Data to Tell a Story about the Human Experience
Wednesday, February 27 | 11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Corios, Portland | TAO Member: $10 Non-Member: $25
Technology Association of Oregon invite you to a Lunch & Learn where Corios President Robin Way will pull back the covers on AI, break it into bite-size chunks, and we'll get the audience involved in some interactive exercises to make it more approachable and practical. You'll leave with a more tangible understanding, some laughs, and possibly the starter kit for incorporating AI in your own business processes.

GRADx – Ideas in Action
Thursday, February 28 | 4 to 6 p.m. | LaSells Stewart Center – Austin Auditorium | Free
Inspired by TED Talks, and in partnership with the OSU Inspiration Dissemination radio show, GRADx explores ideas in action. Six graduate students from different colleges will share the questions and motivations framing their research in an 8-10 minute engaging format with the goal of inspiring and connecting with a diverse audience. A.J. Fillo, PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering, was selected to participate based on their outstanding research, inspiring journey and dedication to the graduate student experience. Attendance is free and all members of the OSU and Corvallis community are encouraged to attend.

OSU’s Best New Idea Pitch Competition
Thursday, February 28 | 6 pm speaker, 7 pm pitch competition | Austin Hall 126
This informal competition provides students with an opportunity to share new ideas (that have not been pitched before) with a friendly audience. Prior to the competition, special guest judge Nita Shah of Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon will provide inspiration by sharing her extensive experience in the community microlending arena. Students are invited to develop an idea during Nita's presentation and share it during the pitch competition or come at 7 pm with a prepared new idea.

Jobs in the Micro- and Nano-Electronics Industry: Connecting College Students to Industry
Friday, March 1 | 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Portland State University | Free
This professional development seminar organized by SEMI Pacific Northwest is for students who want to learn about career opportunities in high tech and acquire valuable, practical information that will help you choose career directions and plan for success. The PDS immediately follows the SEMI Breakfast Forum on Wearable electronics in the same location – with a deep discount for students.

InnovationX Team Building Mixer
Thursday, March 7 | 6 pm pitches, ~7 pm team matchups | Austin Hall 100
Students with business ideas and students with skills to share are invited to this all-comers team building mixer. Have a business idea? You've got 90 seconds to describe your concept and the skills you're looking for. Whether your company is still an idea or already off the ground, we want to hear from you!

Beaver BarCamp 19
Saturday, April 6 | 9:00am to 6:00pm | Kelley Engineering Center | Free
Share your passion, connect with others, and learn something new at Beaver BarCamp 19. This informal un-conference has been hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab for well over 10 years. Attendees can participate in sessions throughout the day or propose their own session on a project, hobby or research interest. Help us fill OSU’s Kelley Engineering Center with interesting ideas and skills. Free registration and open to ALL: students, staff and community members.


The STAR Method: The Secret to Acing Your Next Job Interview
The STAR interview technique offers a straightforward format you can use to answer behavioral interview questions—those prompts that ask you to provide a real-life example of how you handled a certain kind of situation at work in the past. Thinking of a fitting example for your response is just the beginning. Then you also need to share the details in a compelling and easy-to-understand way—without endless rambling. The Muse

How to assess company culture to find the best fit
It’s useful to understand what kind of company culture you’re walking into, but as an interviewee, the situation isn’t always clear. Luckily, there are ways to sniff out a toxic workplace or an environment that’s just not for you. Try these steps to get the real scoop. Monster

How to Describe Weaknesses in a Job Interview
Those who come well-prepared for this inquiry will have responses that reinforce their suitability for the position. Unfortunately, the greatest weakness question is tricky. Just as doctors pledge to do no harm when taking the Hippocratic Oath, job seekers should promise not to harm their chances by bungling this classic question. U.S. News & World Report


Don’t forget to check out the AfterCollege job site, tailored especially for our EECS students.

Tesla Info Session
Monday, February 11 | 6-8:30 pm | MU Horizon Room
Come meet with company representatives and learn what it takes to work for Tesla. Tesla is committed to hiring and developing top talent from around the world for any given discipline. Based in California, Tesla’s workforce spans across four continents. We work to build an inclusive environment in which all people, regardless of gender, race, religion, or background, can come to do their best work. Our world-class teams operate with a non-conventional philosophy of inter-disciplinary collaboration. Each member of the team is expected to challenge and to be challenged, to create, and to innovate. We’re tackling the world’s most difficult and important problems—and we wouldn’t succeed without our shared passion for making the world a better place.

Get your resume reviewed by an employer!
Monday, Feb 18 | 11am – 2:30pm | 124 Johnson Hall
The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, a big recruiter of STEM/GIS students at OSU, with locations in St. Louis and Washington D.C., will be on campus the Monday before the Career Expo to review resumes and network with engineering students. Come by Johnson 124 with your resume or CV and meet recruiter Karen Trivers. A great opportunity to get real world feedback from experts in the field! First come first served.

Renewable Materials Recruiting Days
March 7 and 8 | Richardson Hall
We would love to have some engineering students attend if possible. If there are interested students, contact Michelle Maller at Michelle.Maller@oregonstate.edu.

Student Jobs

AgBiz Web Developer
A mix of frontend and backend web development. Work in a small team with a startup style environment. Work on campus or remotely via github.

Student Programmer - OSU Department of Integrative Biology
Programming using one or more of the following- Javascript, CSS, HTML, UNIX, D3, Drupal, PHP – 80%. Must report regularly to the position supervisor- 20%.

Math Learning Center Tutor
Students go to the learning center to acquire help with math homework, complete exams, and to work on assignments. Tutors are employed to help tutor Mathematics students. Tutor Mathematics students in classes below MTH 254.

App Developer
The Jessie F. Richardson Foundation is looking for app developers to work with us to create a multi-generational tool for older adults to trade their knowledge/skills for community services. For more information email Janelle: jnchurchill86@gmail.com.

MIME IT Technician
Student job opening for College of Engineering MIME IT Technician: MIME IT is hiring for one Student IT Technician to assist in supporting the technology in the School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing. This includes hardware, software, wireless, network, and some server support. Please apply online at https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/62853.

Student Systems Engineer-CASS Open Source Lab
The OSU Open Source Lab is looking for hourly students for DevOps 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 (in summer term, only). This position involves working on the infrastructure that powers much of the open source ecosystem. Is responsible for racking, deploying, maintaining and design of various parts of our infrastructure. Interacts with the community and clients via email and IRC on a daily basis on tasks such as troubleshooting issues and deploying new services.

Learning Assistant (LA)-ENGR 111
The College of Engineering is seeking a number of Learning Assistants (LA) for fall term and possibly future terms depending on need and performance. Students in this position will work in the class room under the supervision of instructors to assist with classroom management, student learning, and helping students learn behaviors that will engender success in engineering studies within the College of Engineering.

Ecampus Tech-Student Information Technology
Course Development Student Worker works closely with various members of the Multimedia team of the Course Development and Training Unit of Ecampus to help with the process of creating and maintaining web multimedia resources for online courses through a variety of tasks. Evaluate and investigate web technologies, solutions, and vendors to create prototypes, and proofs-of-concept which could be used by the Multimedia team in courses and internal applications. Develop and maintain front-end web applications and services provided by the Multimedia team to Extended Campus.

Undergraduate research assistant with CS background
EECS professor is looking for a CS major undergraduate research assistant for the Winter term of 2019. Maximum 20 hours/week at a rate of $12-$17/hour, depending on qualification. Main work: Write Python scripts for research project (80%); Collaborate with team members to meet project requirements (20%). Minimum Qualifications: Employment Eligibility Requirements (https://fa.oregonstate.edu/stu-manual/500-employment-eligibility-requirements). Experience working with classes, sockets and threads using Python; Familiarity with Linux and Windows OS. Experience with Matlab and Java a plus. The Student Technical Assistant is responsible for attending weekly meetings, collaborating with team members, and working independently to meet project deadlines. If interested, please send resume to huaping.liu@oregonstate.edu.

Student Energy Analyst: OSU Energy Efficiency Center (MIME)
The OSU Energy Efficiency Center is hiring Sophomore, Junior, and Senior engineering students (all disciplines) with excellent technical aptitude; and a proven ability to apply themselves, learn new technologies, work independently, and complete assignments in a timely manner. Center analysts tour regional facilities, collect data and prepare engineering recommendations for industrial and other clients to improve energy efficiency, reduce waste generation, and increase profitability. This position offers the successful applicant a great opportunity for quality experience and professional development. Applicants must be able to work with the center at least one school year and two summers.


Software Engineer Intern - CDK Global
As a Software Engineer Intern, you will help to engineer the next generation of enterprise class software solutions at CDK utilizing a broad range of the latest technologies. The intern's primary responsibilities include development of services and components (design, coding, testing). The internship will provide hands-on technical experience and will work with other team members, architects and product owners in the early and continuous delivery of high quality software products that delight our customers. Student must be a results oriented individual, who can use agile software development principles to achieve the desired business outcome.

Analog/Mixed Signal Design Intern at MACOM in Hillsboro
Support MACOM’s Hillsboro, Oregon Analog / Mixed Signal Design team in development of integrated circuits for optical communications. Responsibilities may include some or all of the following: Investigate circuit architecture; design, analysis and simulation of circuit blocks; integrated circuit layout; perform electrical measurements in the lab.

Engineering Professional Internships: Fall 2019 - Walt Disney World Resort
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. Required Education: Currently enrolled in a Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate degree at an accredited 4 year college or university majoring in an Engineering related major including: Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Structural, Environmental, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Building Construction, Project Management, Engineering Management, Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Cyber Security and Secure Computing and Networks.

2019 Idaho National Laboratory Internship Opportunities
Internship opportunities are available for undergrad and graduate students. The majority of INL internships are in STEM fields such as nuclear engineering, mechanical engineering, renewable energy, chemistry, physics, computer science and cyber security. However, INL also offers internships in fields such as accounting, business, finance, marketing, communications, education, English, public health, fire protection, welding, logistics and many others. INL interns are paid a nationally competitive wage based on number of credits completed and degree program. Many of our internships also offer travel reimbursements and a generous housing stipend. The timing and length of internships are based on the need of the mentor and the availability of the student.

McMinnville WORKS Internship
To help our companies connect with high-achieving students with the right skills, the 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 20 intern positions available at 15 host sites. Three of these positions are engineering specific (in civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering, along with Quality & Safety). These interns will work with managers to gain real world experiences at companies such as Solid Form Fabrication, Cascade Steel, and The City of McMinnville. The application is now open and will close Feb. 15th, 2019.

AAAS Entrypoint! Internship
Entry Point!, a signature program of the AAAS Project on Science, Technology and Disability, is a national effort to discover and develop talent among undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities who demonstrated a talent and interest in pursuing a STEM career. The primary goal of the project is to increase the diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce at the professional level. Entry Point! recruits, screens, and refers qualified candidates to company and university research program partners for 10-week summer internships.

Full-Time Positions

Operating Systems-Network Analyst - OSU Student Health Service Department
This position will analyze, modify, and support systems and technology-based solutions to meet user needs including applications.. The core functions of the position are: operating systems analysis and network analysis and support. The SHS network consists of application or database servers along with related networking and security/firewall systems The position responds to the users’ request for training and assistance with the hardware and software.

Software Engineer - Tools and Infrastructure, University Graduate 2019 - Google
Software Engineers, Tools and Infrastructure (or SETIs) are software engineers with a unique combination of software development skills and passion for testing and automation. Google's development cycle is extremely fast; it's not uncommon that some products are released on a daily or weekly basis. To execute successfully and regularly while millions of users are online, SETIs architect highly testable code and develop automated test frameworks/tools to validate our products.

Technical Solutions Consultant, gTech, University Graduate, 2019 Start - Google
gTech's team of Technical Solutions Consultants are on a mission to delight the consumers, advertisers and publishers who rely on our flagship products like Google Ads, AdSense, Pixel, Project Fi and Google Play. If you have a background in Computer Science, strong communication skills, and a passionate for helping users get the most out of Google, apply today for this exciting opportunity!

Software Engineer, Google Cloud Platform Infrastructure, PhD University Graduate
The GCP Infrastructure team designs Google's network hardware and the software that runs it. You'll work with other skillful, creative people, including many other PhDs, and people who wrote research papers you've read. If you’re a PhD student graduating between now and Summer 2019 and this role sounds up your alley, apply today! (Note: you can apply for both this role and our standard PhD Software Engineering position if you’d like — the recruiter will help you towards the best fit.

Engineering Resident, University Graduate (Fixed-Term Employee) - Google
The Google Engineering Residency Program is a 12-month fixed term role designed to jumpstart your career as a software engineer at Google. The Engineering Residency Program is a training and development program open to all qualified graduates who received a degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering within the last 6 months, or who will receive a degree by the summer of 2019.

Director CRM Infrastructure Ops
As a division within Oregon State University, Information Services shares and supports the University’s mission by assisting the University to extend all programs, teachings, research and communication throughout the world. Reporting to the Associate Provost for Information Services, the Director of IT Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Infrastructure and Operations serves on the leadership team for Information Services and provides internal coordination on the operational aspects of all IS services. This position has direct responsibility across all aspects of CRM Infrastructure and Operations including developing short and long-term plans for a campus-wide CRM practice and the needed infrastructure and operational resources to effectively deliver CRM toolsets to the entire campus community in support of recruitment, engagement, and development. The Director has authority and responsibility for effective planning and execution of service operations, human and fiscal resources, business relationships, customer service, and intra- and inter-institutional relationships. They provide vision, leadership and planning to assure that services are effectively and appropriately delivered to meet the diverse and dynamic needs of Oregon State University.

IP Design Engineer - Praesum Communications
We are seeking an Intellectual Property (IP) Design Engineer to become an integral part of our team at our new design center located in Corvallis Oregon. You will be responsible for designing and implementing IP cores for high performance computing applications. Responsibilities: Implement IP cores in SystemVerilog; develop and execute test plans to check functionality, compliance, and performance; target cores to FPGAs and perform hardware testing; work with Tech Pubs to document design for customers.

Faculty Positions

Assistant Professor- Computer Science - OSU-Cascades
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9-month, Tenure Track Assistant Professor position in Computer Science. Appointment at the Assistant Professor rank is anticipated; however, higher rank may be considered depending upon the qualifications of the successful candidate. The Computer Science Program at OSU-Cascades teaches a broad range of undergraduate computer science courses that include introductory computer science, software engineering, data structures, mobile application development, web development, cloud application development, usability engineering, analysis of algorithms, startup entrepreneurship, database management systems, programming languages, and machine learning. The successful candidate is expected to conduct research, obtain grants, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the College of Engineering at OSU-Corvallis and local industry.

Assistant Professor (Practice) - OSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Major duties include developing and creating relationships with software-related companies, drawing upon industry partnerships while teaching software engineering to graduate students, and mentoring Master’s students as they advance their software engineering careers through the Computer Science Software Innovation Track. In particular, this faculty member develops and implements industry-relevant education initiatives in software engineering. The audience of these initiatives includes undergraduate students, graduate students, recently-graduated practicing professionals, and experienced software engineering practitioners. Education initiatives should support a lifetime of professional growth and accomplishment, in part by bringing together students and practitioners in ways that promote mutually beneficial engagement and learning. Outreach to, and involvement of, the state and regional technology industry is therefore of utmost concern in the conduct of this job.

Online Web/Cloud Computer Science Post Baccalaureate Instructor
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), within the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, invites applications for online Instructors with a specialization in web development, mobile and/or cloud computing in the Computer Science (CS) Post Baccalaureate (Post Bacc) program. This program is fully online and does not require Instructors to live within the vicinity of the Corvallis campus.

Online Computer Science Post Baccalaureate Instructor
Instructors prepare and/or teach course materials in one or more areas of CS including, but not limited to, the following: Introductory Programming, Data Structures, Algorithms, Databases, Operating Systems, Networking, Security, Software Engineering, Web and Cloud Development, and Mobile Development. Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, facilitating online classroom discussions, assessing student performance, and/or preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession.

Instructor-Engineering - OSU-Cascades
The Engineering instructor is expected to teach courses related to several undergraduate engineering disciplines including undergraduate courses in mechanical, electrical, and/or industrial engineering. The instructor is expected to foster critical thinking and advance students’ knowledge and skills. The instructor’s primary purpose is to provide an intellectual foundation for students to succeed in their degree programs. We seek a highly motivated, energetic individual excited to join a dynamic, interdisciplinary engineering program. The successful candidate will be joining a relatively new program where they will have significant input on program growth and direction. In addition, there is the opportunity to help develop and grow additional engineering programs.


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