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How Men and Women Approach Open Source Differently
For this episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, Anita Sarma, associate professor of computer science in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University, joins us to talk about her recent research on how to increase gender inclusivity in open source. The New Stack (podcast)

Is this thing on? Robot comedians: Chips with Everything podcast
Jordan Erica Webber chats with roboticist Heather Knight about why she builds performing robots. What can cyborg cabaret and robot standups teach us about human-robot interaction? Chips with everything - The Guardian Technology (podcast)


Class of 2019 Master’s Grads Expect to See Salary Gains
The average salary projections for Class of 2019 master’s degree graduates are characterized by large increases, according to results of NACE’s Winter 2019 Salary Survey. Engineering majors are expected to earn the highest average salary among Class of 2019 master’s degree graduates. Their overall average salary projection has rocketed 9.4 percent to $82,589 this year. Computer science graduates are also seeing significant gains in their average salary projection as it has climbed 8.5 percent to $81,466. National Association of Colleges and Employers

The Hard Part of Computer Science? Getting Into Class
On campuses across the country, from major state universities to small private colleges, the surge in student demand for computer science courses is far outstripping the supply of professors, as the tech industry snaps up talent. The number of undergraduates majoring in the subject more than doubled from 2013 to 2017, to over 106,000, while tenure-track faculty ranks rose about 17 percent, according to the Computing Research Association, a nonprofit that gathers data from about 200 universities. The New York Times


Engineers Without Borders meeting times
Design Process Workshop: Wednesday Jan 30 from 5-6 pm in Kearney 305
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

Research Ready Workshop
Wednesday, February 6 | 5:30-7:00pm
Are you wondering how to get involved in undergraduate research or creative work with a faculty mentor? We understand that this process can be confusing so we’re here to help! Join us for an evening workshop on February 6th from 5:30-7:00pm where we’ll discuss the benefits of working with a professor at OSU, how to identify and contact the professor you want to work with, and how to identify specific programs that provide funding to engage in research or creative work. You’ll also have an opportunity to hear directly from a panel of undergraduate researchers about what their experiences were like! Please RSPV at this link and we will follow up with location information: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5d1f1Y3rS3APzo1

MindSumo Challenge: Increasing Fine-Scale Temperature Details from Weather Model Forecasts
This challenge is to increase the resolution (the level of detail)of 2D surface temperature forecasts obtained from Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) ’s weather forecast model, using as labelled images 2D temperature analysis at higher resolution. The scale factor between the model and the higher resolution analysis is 4 (from 10 km to 2.5 km). These weather forecast gridded fields are just like images and we believe that Computer Vision algorithms would likely be excellent approaches to use. Winner receives $1,000; next 3 share $600.

Hacker Night
Wednesday, January 30 | 5:30pm | Online
The Hackathon Club is hosting an online Hacker Night event, where you can talk about your project, get feedback from others, or even inspire fellow classmates to join you. Sign up here or just come join the fun to support your peers.

Robotics Club Leadership Positions
OSU Robotics Club is looking for students to fill some leadership positions within the club. We are currently looking for a Community Outreach Coordinator, Event Coordinator, Photographers, Graphic Designers, and Financial Advisers. If you are interested in applying for one or more of these positions please fill out this form. We will contact you to set up an interview later this week. If you have any questions please email us at osurcofficers@engr.orst.edu

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.

Submit your work to Prism
Prism art and literary journal is currently accepting submissions for our upcoming edition! Students of all majors can submit up to five pieces of any form of visual or literary art. Submissions are accepted on our website. We also have opportunities for students to volunteer or work with us, email prism@oregonstate.edu for more information!

Bioinformatics Users Group (BUG)
BUG consists of life scientists, bioinformaticians, computer scientists, mathematicians, engineers, statisticians, and researchers of all types who meet to discuss topics related to these fields of study. Meetings are generally informal, consisting of discussions, interactive talks or short workshops. All are welcome. No experience needed to participate.

Materials Science and Engineering at Cornell University
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. To learn more about the program please see: https://www.mse.cornell.edu/mse/programs/graduate-programs/master-engineering. We are accepting applications until we meet our cohort threshold. Apply today!


Oregon State ScholarDollars
OSU ScholarDollars is Oregon State University's new online scholarship search and application portal! Starting November 1st, OSU students may use OSU ScholarDollars to submit an application for the nearly $50 million in campus-based scholarship funding available for the 2019-2020 academic year. By submitting one application, you will be considered for over 1,500 OSU scholarship opportunities! Newly-admitted first-year and transfer students may use OSU ScholarDollars to submit a scholarship application for the 2019-2020 academic year. Be sure to register your ONID account to get started!

Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship
This fund was dedicated in order to provide scholarships for OSU students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year who are actively involved with activities beyond class work, demonstrating they are well‐rounded, contributing members of the OSU community. The Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship Fund will award two (2) students a onetime scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00 each. Application deadline: Feb. 4, 2019.

Google Conference & Travel Scholarships
At Google, we believe a diversity of attributes, experiences, and perspectives are needed to build tools that can change the world. Everyone deserves an opportunity to pursue a career path in technology and to have opportunities to network with peers. To help break down the barriers that prevent underrepresented groups in technology and business from attending leading conferences, we're excited to offer Google Conference & Travel Scholarships for selected conferences in the tech industry and related fields.

  • NSBE (Deadline: February 10, 2019)
  • Women in CyberSecurity (Deadline: February 10, 2019)

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.

L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program
The L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program honors female scientists at a critical stage in their careers with grants of $60,000 each. We’re seeking five exceptional female scientists looking to advance their research and serve as role models for the next generation of girls in STEM. Candidates are selected from a variety of fields including the life and physical/material sciences, technology (including computer science), engineering, and mathematics. Candidates must have completed their PhD and have started in their postdoctoral position by the application deadline. Application deadline: February 1, 2019.

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.


2019 NSF REU Site on Consumer Networking - University of Missouri-Columbia
The REU will investigate some important issues related to software-defined networking, visual computing at the network edge, social health networking for eldercare, body-area sensing and emotion recognition. Students will participate and develop new skills in ongoing funded research projects of the faculty mentors by investigating, implementing, and testing viable solutions to technical challenges in consumer networking technologies. This research activity will allow the students to obtain a better understanding of the technical issues, performance, and trade-offs in consumer networking. Exposing the students to collaborative research environments, fostering their enthusiasm for science and engineering, and developing skills needed for pursuing advanced degrees in research is a goal of this program. Early application deadline is January 31.

Computational Sensing for Human-centered AI - Rochester Institute of Technology
The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is inviting applications for summer 2019. In our program, students will experience research and other career-enhancing activities in an interdisciplinary environment with special focus on Computational Sensing for Human-centered AI. The REU students will receive a stipend of up to $5000, up to $600 for travel, and up to $1200 for meals. They will also stay free on campus.Application deadline: January 31, 2019.

Sensor Science and Engineering - University of Maine
During the Summer of 2018 the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology (LASST) at the University of Maine will offer the opportunity for a limited number of highly qualified undergraduate students to participate in research under the guidance of various faculty in the area of sensor science and engineering. Students will be involved in fundamental and applied sensor research in a new engineering science research building where they will work with state-of-the-art research equipment and facilities. Application Deadline: January 31, 2018.

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.

FREEDM 2019 REU - North Carolina State University
The Summer REU program offers a research opportunity to undergraduate students who are majoring in electrical and computer engineering, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, materials science engineering, computer science and related fields. The undergraduate student will spend 10 weeks during the summer conducting research at NC State, learning different aspects of university research, and presenting their work at symposia. This program is open to U.S Citizens and permanent residents only. Deadline: January 27.

Nebraska Summer Research Program
Our 10-week residential summer research experience provides mentoring and research participation while allowing scholars to preview graduate school life at a Research1 university. Participants all receive competitive stipends, room and board, travel/transport, graduate school preparation workshops, social and networking activities, and more. Summer 2019 research programs include: biomedical engineering, materials research science and engineering, nanotechnology coordinated infrastructure, and unmanned systems. Priority deadline: February 1.

Research Experiences for Undergraduates - California State University, Monterey Bay
We are now accepting applications for our 2019 summer program. Our REU program is open to students from all STEM-related majors. Students in our REU program can choose to conduct research in Monterey Bay including ocean engineering (includes ocean robotics, autonomous underwater vehicle design, computer programming, scientific instrumentation development). The application for Summer 2019 will be available November 13, 2018 - February 11, 2019.

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, 2018.


Temporal Logic Robustness for General Signal Classes in Multi-Agent Systems
Monday, January 28 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | Weniger Hall 151
Houssam Abbas, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University

Breakthrough in Simultaneous Translation
Monday, February 4 | 4:00pm to 4:50pm | Weniger Hall 151
Liang Huang, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University

Principles of Robustness in Biological and Bio-inspired Systems
Friday, February 8 | 10:00am to 11:00am | Rogers 226
Kushik Jayaram, Post-Doctoral Scholar, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University


Hacker Night
Wednesday, January 30 | 5:30pm | Online
The Hackathon Club is hosting an online Hacker Night event, where you can talk about your project, get feedback from others, or even inspire fellow classmates to join you. Sign up here or just come join the fun to support your peers.

Research Ready Workshop
Wednesday, February 6 | 5:30-7:00pm
Are you wondering how to get involved in undergraduate research or creative work with a faculty mentor? We understand that this process can be confusing so we’re here to help! Join us for an evening workshop on February 6th from 5:30-7:00pm where we’ll discuss the benefits of working with a professor at OSU, how to identify and contact the professor you want to work with, and how to identify specific programs that provide funding to engage in research or creative work. You’ll also have an opportunity to hear directly from a panel of undergraduate researchers about what their experiences were like! Please RSPV at this link and we will follow up with location information: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5d1f1Y3rS3APzo1

Beyond Software Engineer: Additional Technical Opportunities at Google
Wed, Feb 6 | 6p.m. PST | YouTube Live
You know that Google hires Software engineers, but what other full time opportunities exist for students interested in a technical career? Join as Googlers cover internship and full time opportunities, who is eligible to apply, and important application deadlines to be aware of.

Leadership Academy Suit Camp
Thursday, February 7 | 3-6 pm | CH2M Hill Alumni Center
Come out to the College of Engineering Leadership Academy’s annual Suit Camp! This is a unique event where you will be matched with industry professionals for mock interviews, as well as enjoy a networking social hour with them afterwards! A great way to maximize your professional network and practice skills that will give you a leg up in internship and job interviews. Open to ALL engineering students. Email coeleadershipacademy@oregonstate.edu with any questions.

Ignite: SWV 2019
Friday, February 8 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm | EMU: University of Oregon | $3-$8
Ignite TAO: SWV 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. Southern Willamette Valley will focus on topics around innovative technologies. What new products, services or research can really take technology to the next level? Speakers are from the local Southern Willamette Valley community with representatives across many verticals.

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.


8 Easy Ways to Clean Up Your Social Media (Because Hiring Managers Really Do Look at It)
The reality is that hiring managers are looking at your social media just as thoroughly as your resume or cover letter. In fact, 45% of hiring managers use social media to learn more about potential candidates. Which means you want it to be just as pristine. But cleaning up your online image doesn’t mean you need to change everything about who you are. It just means you may need to monitor how you post or what you share (and with whom). The Muse

11 Irritating Words and Phrases That Are Costing You Job Offers
When you leave an interview feeling really confident and like you did a fantastic job, it can be confusing to hear that you didn’t get the role. What went wrong? Sometimes small phrases or words that you use during an interview can be enough to put the employer off. Below are some of the most irritating that could be costing you job offers. Career Experts

STAR Method for Acing Behavioral Interview Questions (25+ Examples)
Behavioral interview questions are one of the biggest pain points for interviewees. The hiring manager or recruiter isn’t looking for a simple answer, like a “yes/no,” but rather a semi-detailed story. And, even if you have no work experience, behavioral questions and answers can be associated with other situations, such as university projects or volunteering responsibilities. Zety


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

Amazon Virtual Information Sessions
Amazon will be holding virtual sessions to share information on their openings for:

  • Software Development Engineer (intern and full time)
  • Amazon Cloud Support Associate (full time)

Event: Amazon Software Development Engineer Information Session
Position Type: Full time and intern
Date: Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019
Time: 3-4PM PST
REGISTER: Interested students can register for the event here.

Event: Amazon Cloud Support Associate Information Session
Position Type: Full time
Date: Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019
Time: 3-4PM PST
REGISTER: Interested students can register for the event here.

Student Jobs

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 Programmer/Developer - OSU Office of Institutional Analytics and Reporting
The Business Intelligence Center (BIC) team is recruiting a motivated student employee to work part time during the school year (up to 20 hours a week) and possibly full-time during break periods. The applicant should have a technical aptitude, ability to learn new technologies and skills, work independently, and complete assignments in a timely manner.

Student Information Technology (College of Forestry Helpdesk)
These positions are responsible for helping faculty, staff, and students with their Informational Technology needs at a student run help desk. That includes working with lab computers, storage servers, networking, printers, and software applications. Responding to phone, email, and in-person requests for technical help. Documenting support requests. Troubleshooting and resolving hardware and software problems, working directly with vendors and customers, as necessary. Following designated escalation procedures for high level issues. Printer maintenance. Maintaining clean and orderly computer labs. Opening and closing facilities. Configuration and setup of computer work stations.

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.


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.

BS/MS Software Development Engineer Summer Internship - Amazon
We are looking for future Amazon interns to join us for summer 2019! Amazon interns have the opportunity to work alongside the industry’s brightest engineers who innovate everyday on behalf of our customers. Our interns and co-ops write real software and partner with a select group of experienced software development engineers, who both help and challenge them as they work on projects that matter to our customers. As an intern, you will be matched to a manager and a mentor and given the opportunity to have direct impact on the evolution of Amazon's technologies as well as lead mission critical projects early in your career. Your design, code, and raw smarts will contribute to solving some of the most complex technical challenges in the areas of distributed systems, data mining, automation, optimization, scalability, and security- just to name a few.

Amazon Future Engineer Internship - Summer 2019
Our 12-week software development internship program provides hands-on learning and building experiences for college freshmen and sophomores who are making an early commitment to computer science. As an Amazon Future Engineer (AFE), you will partner closely with your technical mentor, manager, and fellow AFE interns to innovate and create on behalf of our customers. You will gain experience working with cutting-edge technologies and tools unique to Amazon.

Full-Time Positions

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.

Technical Program Manager, University Graduate
As a Technical Program Manager at Google, you lead complex, multi-disciplinary engineering projects. TPMs provide the required hands-on software development and project management skills to foster cross-functional coordination and collaboration among various stakeholders. If you have a background in Computer Science or related field, coding proficiency in one or more programming languages, and strong leadership experience, apply today for this exciting opportunity!

Technical Solutions Consultant, University Graduate 2019 - 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! Apply now for full-time opportunities!

Cloud Technical Residency, University Graduate 2019 - Google
Cloud Technical Residency is Google’s Cloud rotational program currently based in Austin, TX. Training and three project rotations, offers the opportunity to work in different Google Cloud roles under the mentorship of experienced staff members. Training offers residents immediate growth and development opportunities, while project rotations provide unique opportunity to work in different technical client-facing roles within Cloud Customer Engineering, Cloud Professional Services (PSO) and Cloud Support. We’re on a mission to completely change the world of enterprise computing - you’ll have a front-row seat for the action! Check out our video to learn more. Apply now for full-time opportunities!

Software Engineer, Network Infrastructure, PhD University Graduate - Google
Network Infrastructure (NetInfra) designs Google's network hardware and the software that runs it. In this role, you'll work on the NetInfra team to deliver Google's next generation networks. 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 recruiters will help you towards the best fit. Apply online: Software Engineer, Net Infra, PhD University Graduate

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.

Technical Apprentice - Amazon Web Services
AWS Tech U is an accelerated career development program for students who want to advance both their technical and business skills. This unique residency program consists of a six-month project-based learning curriculum followed by a six-month on-the-job learning assignment in an AWS technical field role with Solutions Architecture, Training & Certification or Professional Services. You will learn from top AWS subject matter experts and get paid while you train for an exciting career in the tech industry.

Cloud Support Associate - Amazon Web Services
We are seeking people with strong customer support and technical skills. Do you have experience troubleshooting problems spanning multiple systems? Do you have a background in networking or operating systems? Do you have experience providing world-class customer service? Learn and use groundbreaking technologies. Apply advanced troubleshooting techniques to provide unique solutions to our customers' individual needs. Opportunity to closely work with and learn from Subject Matter Experts in cloud technologies. Work directly with Amazon Web Service architects to help reproduce and resolve customer issues. Leverage your extensive customer support experience to provide feedback to internal AWS teams on how to improve our services.

Software Development Engineer - Amazon
Amazon Student Programs is looking for entry level Software Development Engineers to join our development teams located in Amazon offices across the United States. Collaborate with experienced cross-disciplinary Amazonians to conceive, design, and bring to market innovative devices and services. Design and build innovative technologies in a large distributed computing environment and help lead fundamental changes in the industry. Create services to run predictions on distributed systems with exposure to cutting edge technologies at incredible scale and speed. Build distributed storage, index, and query systems that are scalable, fault-tolerant, low cost, and easy to manage and use.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
The Data Architecture Team (DATA) serves as the group responsible for the development and improvement of RESTful APIs that use proven standards, design patterns and data formats. This position will be guided by an analyst/programmer III in providing analysis and programming support that focuses on improving the interoperability of applications to streamline communication between systems and provide a platform so that data can be leveraged by services provided to students, staff and faculty at OSU. Any developer at OSU can take advantage of the available APIs to implement into their programs. Check out our developer resources and connect with the developer community at Oregon State.

Faculty Positions

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.

Lecturer - University of Maine School of Computing and Information Science
The successful candidate will be expected to be an effective and engaging teacher, to make a strong commitment to the development of innovative computing curricula, to advise and mentor undergraduates in pursuit of their academic and research goals, and to collaborate with colleagues to increase student success. The typical teaching load is three courses per semester at the undergraduate level; occasional graduate courses may be an option for candidates with a PhD. Some service to the School, College, and University is expected.

Tenure Track Assistant Professor - New Jersey Institute of Technology
The Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering invites applications from outstanding individuals for a tenure track Assistant Professor faculty position in the area of computer engineering with a focus on novel architectures and systems for neuromorphic computing, quantum computing and other emerging information processing paradigms for applications in machine learning/data science, high-performance computing and advanced computer networking. We are also interested in candidates specializing in the post-CMOS devices and systems for developing novel architectures for these applications as well as for embedded systems, internet-of-things (IoT), and cyber-physical systems.

Computer Science Tenure-Track Positions - California State University, Fullerton
The Computer Science Department at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) invites applicants for several full-time, tenure track positions as Assistant Professors of Computer Science with the appointments beginning in August 2019. The department seeks experts in all areas. CSUF values and is dedicated to the goal of building a diverse community. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate through their teaching, research or service that they can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our community.

Tenure-Track Positions in Computer Science - The Citadel
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions in computer science at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 2019. Minimum qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in computer science and a commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and service. In addition, candidates should exemplify The Citadel’s core values of honor, duty, and respect. Candidates from all areas of computer science are encouraged to apply, especially those with strong backgrounds in cybersecurity. Located in beautiful Charleston, S.C., The Citadel is a fully accredited, public, comprehensive, co-educational college with a student body of 2300 undergraduate and 1000 evening and graduate students.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor- Electrical & Computer Engineering
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University (OSU) invites applications for two or more full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month Assistant, Associate, or Full professor positions in any area of Cybersecurity to begin Fall 2019. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, or closely related field. The successful candidate is expected to initiate new funded research as well as expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, the College of Engineering, and beyond.

Two CS Tenure Track Positions at Cal State Monterey Bay
Computer science program at California State University - Monterey Bay has two tenure track positions in computer science. With our investments in cohort programs, commitment to high expectations, academic quality, building partnerships with community colleges & industry, and broadening participation in computing, we are primed to make big contributions to computing education. Visit https://csumb.peopleadmin.com/postings/4564 & https://csumb.peopleadmin.com/postings/4563 for more details about the open positions.

Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (Computer Science) - OSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University invites applications for one or more full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month Assistant, Associate, or Full professor positions in the Computer Science areas of databases, programming languages, software engineering, and artificial intelligence. Anticipated start date is Fall 2019. Applicants must hold a doctorate degree in Computer Science or closely related field before the first day of employment. The successful candidate is expected to expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, and to perform duties related to teaching, student advising, and professional service.

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Robotics) - Oregon State University
The College of Engineering invites applications for one full-time (1.00 FTE), tenure-track, 9-month Assistant (preferred), Associate, or Full professor position in the Robotics Program. Applicants must hold a doctorate in a relevant field. The successful candidate is expected to initiate new funded research as well as expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, the Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CoRIS) Institute, the College of Engineering and beyond. The successful candidates will have office and laboratory space physically located with the existing Robotics group, will have an administrative home most appropriate to their area of expertise within the College of Engineering (Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, or Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), and be a member of the CoRIS Institute.


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