Welcome Back! We hope you enjoyed your summer! Please stop by the Advising office in ENGR 101. We can help you with: academic advising, how to use BroncoWeb, Financial aid appeals, resumes, cover letters, tours, etc.
- September 6: Resume presentation by Alex Gutierrez from the Career Center
- September 11: Interview Tips by Career Center
- September 13: EASE into Freshmen Year (.pdf flyer)
- September 20: Construction Management Career Fair
- October. 5: Last day to add undergraduate internship application (Earn credit for your internship!)
Need a Locker?
Contact a club to rent a locker today in the Engineering building – see attached.
FE Exam (for senior engineering students only) – application due on August 23, in ENGR 301.
Find FE review schedule and details here; http://coen.boisestate.edu/fe-exam/fereview/
Join the COEN Facebook page
BroncoJobs – Great place to find jobs!!
Are you on LinkedIn? Also a great resource for jobs, company contacts, and networking!! www.linkedin.com
College of Engineering Clubs
Get connected on-campus through student organizations! See list of COEN student organizations
Club announcements will be announced soon!
IAC Information Session
Boise State is home to a Department of Energy Industrial Assessment Center (IAC). Teams of engineering students perform assessments of manufacturing facilities and make recommendations for energy improvements.
We hope to hire 2-4 new part-time Research Assistants for our IAC team. An information session will be held the first week of classes for all students interested in applying,. Attendance is strongly recommended.
IAC Information Session
Thursday, August 30th
Yanke Family Research Park (220 Parkcenter Blvd)
IAC Student Minimum Qualifications:
- Engineering student, any discipline
- Upper division undergraduate or graduate status
- Must be in good academic standing
For more information:
IDAWRA Brownbag: Boise River Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (AHPS) and Inundation Mapping
The National Weather Service and Corps of Engineers (with support from numerous Federal, State, and local partners) has developed the first AHPS in the West for the lower Boise River Basin. The AHPS provides flood forecasts, including online maps depicting inundation levels at 15 different flows. It greatly improves the understanding of flood risk for communities along the Boise River and has already led to discussions of the implications for property owners, emergency response, and local government.
The purpose of this brown bag is to learn more about the scientific basis of the mapping, including the models and data on which they are based.
Speakers: Brandon Hobbs, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Jay Breidenbach, National Weather Service
Date and time: Thursday, September 6, 11:30 – 1:00 pm (talk will start at 11:45)
Location: Washington Group Plaza Executive Dining Room – 720 Park Blvd, Boise, ID 83712
Lunch available in the Washington Group cafeteria, next to the Executive Dining Room
IDAWRA thanks the Corps of Engineers and National Weather Service for providing the venue and the speakers.
Kathy D. Peter
Idaho Energy Complex Presentation
The Idaho State University American Nuclear Society is hosting a presentation on October 11, at 6pm, about the Idaho Energy Complex. AEHI’s Pete Honeysett will be the presenter. He will be talking about
how his company is making Idaho first Nuclear Power Plant a reality. Pete will be presenting from ISU’s Meridian Location.
What is Global E3?
Global E3 is a consortium over 60 schools of engineering in the U.S. and internationally, providing a vehicle for
undergraduate (and some graduate) engineering students to study outside their own country in any of 18 other countries.
See attached flyer
BRONCO JOBS – find details on the following jobs at http://career.boisestate.edu
Math Learning assistants/Tutoring
If you are interested in this on-campus position, send an informal email explaining why they are interested in the position and outlining their qualifications to Stefanie Stauber -
Here are a few skills that we would like the Learning Assistant/Tutors to posess:
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills
- Experience with or interest in working with students from other cultures
- Must be available on MoWeFr 7:55PM – 8:45PM
- Looking for approximately 5 hours per week commitment
- Experience tutoring is a plus, but not required
- Must have completed Calc 1 with an A or B grade
- Must be an Engineering student
The Engineering Advising Office is looking for an outstanding Peer Advisor candidate majoring in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering. Candidates should have successfully completed Math 170, though completion of Math 175 is preferred and carry a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. The position also requires that students have attended Boise State for at least one year and are familiar with both the campus and campus resources.
The Peer Advisor opening is for 10-20 hours a week with hours primarily on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays beginning on September 11th. Work study is not needed but an option. Starting pay is $9.50/hour. To apply please email your resume and Fall 2012 schedule to Lynn Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 4th.
CSHQA is looking for a Structural Student Intern:
Must be at least a 4th year structural student – will assist the CSHQA team with a variety of commercial and retail projects. Excellent opportunity to gain valuable “hands-on” experience that will assist in accelerating your career. Individual must also have experience with RAM Advanse, Enercalc, Microsoft Office and AutoCAD. This is a part time position in our Boise office. CSHQA is an EOE/AA employer.
Send resumes to: email@example.com