1) Join me in congratulating Armin Askari, this year's winner of the Departmental Citation Award! Armin, your work during your time in MechE has been outstanding and you're truly a credit to the department!
2) Don't forget to check out the ME 102B Inventors Open House today! Drop on by Studio 310 in Jacobs Hall from 2 - 5 PM, and check out the projects our 102B students have been working hard on all semester.
3) Unless you're actually graduating in Fall 2017, students who have enrolled for both ME 102A and ME 107, or students who are enrolling in ME 107 without having taken ME 102A, are going to be dropped from ME 107 this semester. ME 102A is a prereq for the course and we will be enforcing this. The course is completely impacted.
4) For those of you who came to the ME Town Hall last night, thank you. It was good to hear student feedback. If you didn't get a chance to complete the survey and would still like to provide suggestions or share your concerns, please feel free to email or meet with me. I will share your thoughts with the appropriate parties.
5) A number of ME courses are being offered during the summer. We are looking for more students to take ME 104. If we do not hit our target in the next week or so, the course will need to be cancelled. Please sign up if this was your intention. Thanks!
6) I've heard that a number of students have been given the recommendation to wait to take E27 until a later semester instead of Fall 2017. I do not recommend this for the following two reasons: a) If too many students do this, we will not be able to accommodate all of you who wish to take it in the spring. We simply will not have the room capacity or lab space to handle this. If this happens, many students will be out in the cold. b) If you delay this course, or start taking this course with junior or senior level courses, you will end up with course conflicts that we will not be able to do anything about because of the large number of courses we teach.
Happy RRR Week, All!
You are required to pick up your Commencement Gift & Reader Card between Monday, May 1st and Friday, May 5th from 10am-2pm at Engineering Student Services in Bechtel. The card is required for access into the May 16th ceremony.
Come celebrate the end of the year with your fellow Engineering Seniors at Pappy's! Compete for prizes in some Cal & Berkeley Engineering themed trivia, and win Engineering swag in a raffle (bring your Event Cards to claim your extra raffle tickets!). Also, if you've made your Senior Gift, you can claim your exclusive giving rewards! Prizes@Pappy's will take place from 7-8:30pm on Tuesday, April 25 at Pappy's Bar & Grill at 2367 Telegraph Ave.
Is the stress of finals and projects and papers getting to you? Did you know just one short pet visit is proven to increase feel-good endorphins and decrease stress levels? Come de-stress Wednesday, May 3, 12-2pm, Bechtel Patio. You’ll find the most adorable and friendliest therapy dogs! Refreshments will be provided. Dogs brought to you by Alliance of Therapy Dogs, sponsored by Engineering Student Services and Theta Tau Engineering Fraternity.
Ford College Community Challenge: Making Lives Better. Tell us your unique concept aimed at bringing positive change to your community, inspired by these three topics: Driving Social Mobility, Change the Way People Move through Smart Mobility, and Sustainable Communities. Your knowledge is worth $25,000 to bring your “Making Lives Better” brainchild to life! Proposals due April 26, 5pm EST. If your ready to submit your idea or want to more visit the Ford College Community Challenge website for more information.
This August, Boeing will invite a select group of students to participate in the second annual Boeing Accelerated Student Experience (BASE) externship program. This unique four day event is hosted in the Seattle area and aims to introduce the brightest students from across the United States to the exciting world of Aerospace. BASE is designed for current freshmen who will be entering their sophomore year in the fall of 2017. Specifically, students with interests in Supply Chain Management, Business, Finance, Human Resources, IT, Engineering, and other related fields are encouraged to apply.
Applications are open April 15 - 30. Students can find out more, view an informational video, and apply at: www.boeing.com/base
Participants of this program will have the opportunity to:
Engage: Collaborate with other students from some of the world’s best universities and employees from around the company to learn how your passion can take flight at Boeing.
Explore: Get a behind-the-scenes tour of Boeing’s 737 production facility in Renton, Washington, hear from leading innovators in flight and space, race the streets of downtown Seattle in a winner-takes-all scavenger hunt – this is not your typical experience – this is BASE.
Enrich: Dive into the world of aerospace with a first-of-its-kind, real-time challenge designed to get you thinking creatively and working cross-functionally with students in and outside of your major.
If you have any question, please contact me, Jenn McLean.
BASE Program Lead | Talent Pipeline Development | The Boeing Company
W: 312-544-2122 | C: 217-200-6691| E: firstname.lastname@example.org
R&D MECHANICAL ENGINEERING INTERN
The Engineering team at Wheego Technologies works on integrating the industry’s best components into safe, reliable, and fun electric vehicles, from prototypes through to production. We are a team of problem solvers that share a passion for engineering design, but are not afraid to get our hands dirty.
You must be passionate about electric vehicles and electric vehicle technology, as well as capable of working in a very fast-paced, startup environment. You will be assisting mechanical engineers with the development of a battery pack thermal management system. The position will be in our Sonoma, CA office.
• Test plan creation and execution
• Analyze data and generate reports
• Test fixture design and fabrication
• Component packaging design
• Collaborative work with electrical, mechanical, and battery engineers
• Integration of thermal systems into prototype vehicles
• Assist with other engineering projects
• Pursuing degree in Mechanical Engineering
• Completed relevant courses:
Ø Fluid Dynamics
Ø Heat & Mass Transfer
• Proficient in SolidWorks & Excel
• Willing to work hands on
• Ability to take feedback/constructive criticism and use it to improve yourself
• Resourceful, diligent, organized, fastidious, and self-managed
• Automotive experience
• Hands on experience in machining and fabrication of prototype designs
• Experience with fluid and/or thermal systems
• MATLAB/Simulink experience
• High voltage systems experience
• Microcontroller experience/programming experience
To apply, email resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
You're invited! On Wednesday, May 3, and Thursday, May 4, please join us for the Jacobs Spring Design Showcase. At this open house, you can meet student designers, check out innovations in fields from health to socially engaged art, and celebrate the semester over conversation and refreshments.
Over the course of two days, students from 16 courses, along with student clubs and other makers, will share their work. With projects spanning a wide range of experience levels, academic fields, and focus areas, this lively showcase is a chance to explore the diversity of the design innovation ecosystem at Jacobs Hall and at Berkeley. All are welcome to attend: the showcase is free and open to the public.
Are you a US-based innovator interested in tackling social or environmental challenges?
Intel is accepting submissions to the 2017 China US Young Maker Competition between April 24th and June 23rd. Ten projects from the US will receive an all-expense paid trip to Beijing, China in August to compete for a grand prize of $15,000 USD. This competition is open to US residents ages 18-40.
If you are a professor or other education leader, please pass this opportunity on to your students.
For more details, go to the contest page on Hackster.io.
The Intel Higher Education Program team
Additionally, we are reviewing resumes for FAEs and FSEs in Germany, IC and Applications Engineers in UK, and IT for Switzerland. We are always reviewing semiconductor engineers and power electronics engineers. Interested candidates should email me at firstname.lastname@example.org along current compensation package and target compensation for next job.
SCMS is a California based, certified SBE with offices in San Leandro and Newport Beach, CA. Our focus is on providing commissioning, project management, and/or technical support services for various construction industries, including, Hospitals, Medical Office Buildings, Laboratories, Higher Education Facilities, and Central Utility Plants.
Commissioning is the process which ensures that the building systems deliver their promised performance. Starting with the design phase and moving through the project all the way to the tenant occupancy phase, commissioning impacts building sustainability, occupant comfort and safety, energy efficiency, security and building system longevity.
What we do:
Provide startup and commissioning services for new and existing buildings including hospitals, schools, and central utility plants. Working on behalf of the project's owner, we are responsible for ensuring that the delivered project meets the Owner's Project Requirements. Commissioning services provided include review of Owner's Project Requirements and Basis of Design documents, review of construction progress and equipment installation, design review, functional testing development and implementation, and transition of the building's mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems to Owner control and operation.
Intern Job Tasks may include the following:
- Review of Mechanical Design Drawings and new construction project related documents to identify issues or concerns
- Preparation of Commissioning documentation
- Producing or assisting in the production of Functional Performance Tests and testing documentation
- Develop / Maintain commissioning checklists and testing data
- Other technical duties as assigned by Manager and/or Executives
15-25 depending on student schedule
Experience: We would like an individual who is majoring in mechanical engineering in their Junior or Senior year, or graduate studies.
Summer Internship (12 weeks)
Send Resume and cover letter to:
Jacqueline Murphy, Office Manager
We are looking for Asset Management Interns / Work Study students to work in our operations based at our mine site in Boron, California.
You can find information and details at
Summer 2017 Employment Opportunities
Engineering and Physics Instructor and Teaching Assistant
CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. We are currently seeking highly motivated and qualified candidates to work in our summer programs. Information regarding employment and our summer programs can be found at cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer.
Why teach for CTY?
opportunity to teach motivated and talented students a subject they love
limited class size (maximum of 18 students) ensures a low student-teacher ratio
all classes are taught by both an instructor and teaching assistant
opportunity to work in an environment with colleagues who share similar interests
competitive salary plus room and board at our east and west coast residential sites
science instructors are allotted a generous lab budget
We are currently seeking individuals to teach the following Engineering and Physics-related courses:
The Physics of Engineering
Principles of Engineering Design
Investigations in Engineering
The Physics of Sports
Fast Paced High School Physics
Core Dates for 2017 (Please note that the dates for some sites vary from those listed above. Visit our Site Locations and Dates page for specific employment dates at each site.)
Session 1: June 22 - July 15, 2017
Session 2: July 15 - August 5, 2017
Our three-week residential programs provide a stipend, as well as room and board.
For more information about these positions, site locations, program dates, and access to our online employment application, please see our website, cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer, or contact us via email at email@example.com or by calling 410-735-6219.
7th Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy // uicsise.com
In partnership with Argonne National Laboratory; Clean Energy Trust; Institute for Sustainability & Energy at Northwestern (Northwestern University); Loyola University; UI LABS; University of Chicago; Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research (Illinois Institute of Technology)
The Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy (SISE) is a two-week "boot camp" for future decision makers eager to join the sustainability and energy revolution happening around the globe. Held annually since 2011, the program boasts 300 alumni. During weekdays, SISE'ers participate in high-level talks, visit energy and sustainability sites, and network. During evenings and weekends, they work collaboratively on a research project and enjoy exploring Chicago.
In 2017, SISE will focus on transportation, specifically the concept of mobility and the the future of transportation systems. The program will engage experts and diverse ideas, covering several trends:
Technological Advances - the changes leading us to Autonomous Electric Vehicles
Emerging Mobility Trends - ridesharing/Micro-Transit and other mobility solutions
Infrastructure Challenges - the power grid and its interaction with electric vehicles
Global and Local Impacts - the overarching picture
Participants (SISE'ers) from around the country join SISE at the University of Illinois at Chicago. SISE'ers are chosen from a highly competitive pool of applicants from across the country. Diversity is one of the strongest features of the program, with participants representing a broad range of backgrounds and expertise. They live together. They research together. They become a part of our extended and international "SISE family."
Cost and Support
There is no program fee.
Lodging is provided for all participants.
Transportation support is provided to many participants.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted through June 15, 2017
Senior-level undergraduates (as of the fall of 2017), graduate students, and professionals working in the fields of sustainability and energy who are living, working, or studying in the United States are eligible to apply
The application process includes:
1. An online application
2. A resume/CV
3. One letter of recommendation
4. A short Skype/Google Hangouts interview
Study Smarter, a small, top-level tutoring business based in the East -
Bay Area, is looking to hire enthusiastic new math tutors who have a
defined knowledge in the following: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and
calculus. We are also looking to hire physics, chemistry, and biology
tutors who would be able to tutor all the way up to the high school AP
level. We’re searching for strategy-oriented people who can help every
student achieve a personal best. This position comes with a fun, casual
work environment as well as extensive support and job mentoring.
The ideal applicant is conscientious with a dynamic personality, has
strong interpersonal ability, and has an interest in skill development.
Although applicants should be enthusiastic and willing to learn, no prior
teaching experience is required. Paid training begins after hiring.
Tutors will work 5-40 hours per week and be given fully paid health,
dental, and vision benefits if hours are greater than 25 per week. Start
date and schedule are flexible.
If you’re interested in teaching, learning about learning, fantastic
coworkers, and flexibility, please get in touch.
- A minimum commitment through mid-June 2018
- Reliable personal transportation
Please apply by calling 510.350.8444 and submitting a resume and cover
letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you again.
Study Smarter LLC