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Student Online News 10-10-14

Student Online News 10-10-14

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Important dates

  • October 17MSE SeminarDr. Kevin AusmanBoise State University
    Moving Carbonaceous Nanoparticles Toward Commercialization: Environmental Health and Safety Issues and Processing Problems
  • October 22CI DAY 2014– Learn about Cyberinfrastructure Resources at Boise State
  • October 24MSE Seminar – Britt IdeIde Law & Strategy and Jon Bender – PCS Edventures!
    Innovations in STEM Education: How YOU Can Help. and Processing Problems
  • University Events Calendar: Boise State Events

Lockers for rent in the Engineering building.

View the list of clubs that rent the lockers for the year.


Belize Info Sessions – Spring 2015

International Service Project in Belize. View flyer for times and dates of info sessions.


Join the COEN Facebook page

Are you on LinkedIn? Also a great resource for jobs, company contacts, and networking!!


Math Tutoring

Math Help webpage


Need FREE Lower Division Engineering Course Help?

Image of a Tau Beta Pi poster with a stack of books as the background and an image of students in the tutoring centerCome to the COEN Tutoring Center (GAA Building) for help in the following courses

MATH 170, 175, 275, 333, 360, 361
CHEM 111, 112
PHYS 211, 212
ENGR 120, 130, 210, 220, 240, 245
ME/CE 330, 302, 350
ME 105, 271
CE 210, 282

Note: Certain ME and CE majors can help with some additional classes. Thermodynamic LA’s will be on site as well as Faculty visitation hours with Krishna Pakala, Don Plumlee, and James Ferguson

There is a library of books to use, AV and Projector and coming soon there will be fun new furniture and T-walls. Octobers Tutoring Center Schedule.

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College of Engineering Clubs

Image of two students performing community serviceThe student organizations for engineering students at Boise State provide you with a great opportunity to meet other students with similar interests and career goals. In addition, many of the activities these organizations propose focus on enhancing academic performance, providing community service, and stimulating social interaction among members. View more information on College of Engineering Student Organizations.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Engineers Without Borders meeting on Monday Oct 13 starting at 6:00 pm. The meeting will be held on the Albertson Library on the room number 201A.

Sincerely Sergio Garibay-Olivares
Vice-President of Engineers Without Borders.

Questions?  contact sergiogaribay-olivares@u.boisestate.edu


CE & ASCE Clubs Present – Professional Career Opportunities in Transportation Engineering and Planning Presented by Kittelson & Associates.


IEEE Dinner at Angels for only $5

The IEEE Boise Computer Society will hold its annual banquet on Thursday, Oct. 23rd, at Angell’s Bar & Grill. Non-members are welcome to attend.

Register by October 12th and it’s only $5 (if you’re a student member)! It’s an amazing deal for dinner at one of Boise’s high end restaurants.

Appetizers: Vegetable Canapes, Wonton Cones with Salmon Mousse and Chives

Buffet Dinner: Top Sirloin with Pepper Sauce, Italian Chicken with Roasted Pepper Coulis and Artichoke, Vegetable Kabob, Potato Cheddar Casserole, Coconut Basmati Rice, House Salad

Dessert: Cheesecake Bites

View more information about the IEEE Boise Computer Society 2014 Banquet.


CM students invited to a FREE Lunch – Construction Leadership Council Leadership Lunch and Learn, October 28, 2014 – 11:30am -1pm. Featured Speaker – William Schneider. For more information view the “Exploring a Career in Transportation” flyer.

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Students: Apply for a 2015 Student Research Program (SRP) Fellowship by November 10th!

Student Research Initiative website

Students from all academic disciplines are encouraged to apply for a 2015 Student Research Program (SRP) Fellowship. The deadline is Nov. 10.

The SRP Fellowship is an opportunity for innovation, original research and service. SRP Fellowships provide funded opportunities for Boise State students to pursue independent academic and creative work, and engage in research and scholarship under the supervision of a faculty mentor.

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Engineering Rocket Launch

 

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IEEEXtreme 24-Hour Programming Competition

Image that includes five pictures from the IEEEXtreme 24-Hour Programming CompetitionIEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams of students compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems. This year it will be held 18 October. Details can be found at the event website.

For those interested, registration closes on October 4th. Please contact CS Faculty, Dianxiang Xu dianxiangxu@boisestate.edu for more information and to participate.

View more information on the IEEEXtreme 24-Hour Programming Competition.

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Career Fairs

Thank you for participating in the Fall Career Fairs? Check out the photos here:

Boise State College of Engineering Facebook Page

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SCHOLARSHIPS$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

NASA Announces 2014 Aeronautics Scholarship Recipients

Image of the NASA logoNASA has selected 20 students from across the nation to receive the agency’s Aeronautics Scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year.

This scholarship program, which is in its seventh year, is designed to assist undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in fields of study related to aeronautics. Recipients were selected from hundreds of applications to the program.

“These students represent the future in aeronautics research,” said Jaiwon Shin, associate administrator for NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate in Washington. “Besides receiving NASA assistance to pay college costs, these students will work side-by-side with NASA scientists and engineers to help solve today’s most demanding air transportation system problems.”

The students will have the opportunity to intern with NASA researchers and work on developing technologies to increase efficiency in air traffic management, reduce aircraft noise, fuel consumption and emissions, and improve air safety.

This year’s recipients attend universities in Alabama, California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington state.

Undergraduate scholarship winners will receive $15,000 a year to cover tuition costs for two years and a $10,000 stipend during a summer internship with NASA. Graduate scholarship winners will receive approximately $45,000 a year for two years and $10,000 stipends for two summer internships. To maintain their scholarship awards, all recipients must continue to meet the academic standards of the universities they attend.

View the list of the NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program 2014 Recipients.

View more information about aeronautics research at NASA.

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JOBS/Internships

For assistance with BroncoJobs, preparing resumes and/or cover letters, or interviewing preparation, including dress code, please contact us at 426-1747. Career Center Boise State University Academic and Career Services Building 1464 University Drive, Room 111 (208) 426-1747 Boise State Career Center website

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s Spring 2015 Policy Internship Program
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, or OSTP, is seeking students for spring 2015 internships. The OSTP advises the President on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs. The office serves as a source of scientific and technological analyses and judgment for the president with respect to major policies, plans and programs of the federal government

Policy internships are open to interested students from all majors and programs, including law school programs. Law students (and any other students) who are interested in policy may apply. Applicants must be U.S. citizens who are enrolled, at least half-time, in an accredited college or university during the period of volunteer service. Students in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in all fields are encouraged to apply.

While these positions are without compensation, the assignments provide educational enrichment, practical work experience and networking opportunities with other individuals in the science and technology policy arena.

Applications for spring 2015 internships are due Oct. 17, 2014.

View more information on the OSTP Internship Program.

If you have questions about this opportunity, please contact Rebecca Grimm at rgrimm@ostp.eop.gov.


Bridge Intern Opportunity

HDR is an architectural, engineering and consulting firm that excels at complex projects and solving challenges for clients. We employ more than 8,500 professionals around the world, including architects, engineers, consultants, scientists, planners and construction managers, in over 200 locations worldwide, pool their solutions beyond the scope of traditional A/E/C firms. View the Bridge Intern Opportunity flyer for more information.


Engineer I or II – Communications – Job at Idaho Power

The Communications Engineer provides mission-critical communications circuits and systems to ensure secure operation of the interconnected electrical power system. Communications systems include microwave, radio, power line carrier, telephone, fiber optics, leased circuits, and other associated electronic equipment. The successful candidate for this position will be required to complete scheduled compliance training and submit to periodic background investigation as mandated by NERC. View the Engineer I or II – Communications flyer for more information.


KLB Construction is hiring qualified Interns & Engineers that have an interest in Heavy Civil Construction in the Western Washington region. If you are interested in learning more about KLB please attend our informational session on October 16th. View the KLB Construction flyer for more information.

 

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