1. Congratulations to the Jarrett Prize winners for Spring 2015!
and Forrest Wang
2. Congratulations to our Departmental Citation Winner, Aaron Wienkers! Aaron is also a finalist for the University Medal! Great job, Aaron! We're very proud of you! Enjoy the University of Cambridge!
We made it to the last day of the semester! Whoo-Hoo!
BIG HUGS and CONGRATULATIONS to all of our graduating seniors!
Have a fantastically awesome summer, everyone!
Dear 2015 Cal Graduates,
The Cal Alumni Student Association would like to officially congratulate you on your graduation. We would like to inform you of some exciting opportunities provided for our alumni.
We provide a variety of events for students and alumni, most notably Legacy Night, Top Dogs for Top Dogs, and the Overnight Stay Program. These events range from formal catered dinners, casual barbecue style lunch-ins, the chance to share in Cal spirit, and to interact with alumni and current Cal students.
If you are interested in being informed of these complimentary events, please provide your contact information here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1fQt2PurX5B2cPYRiQ4FM09__m8SIQGBjFoR1ctIBAx8/viewform?usp=send_form!
My Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory is seeking a full (40 hours) or part-time (unpaid-20 hours) intern for the summer. A successful internship can result in a paid position during the school year, course credit during the school year, or a paid internship next summer.
The applicant must be familiar with Maya, Blender-3D, FFD spacewarp, or some other program used in morphing. Our lab is working on a novel method of morphing for application with 3D printers, animation, and CGI. See an example of our morph of a Naboo Starfighter from Star Wars into an SR-71 spyplane. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jl1xUEXvkAE See it again, while the plane does a barrel role. https://youtu.be/6C4BDzUhs08
A resume that includes the applicant's experience with a morphing program and the name and contact information of a Professor or Graduate Student Instructor is required. If interested, please contact Prof. Marcus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for an engineer to support a Natural Gas Pipeline Project that entails analyzing the integrity and safety of existing pipelines based on traceable, verifiable, and complete information. We need a talented and motivated individual who is ready to join us now, learn a lot, and get paid well for it.
Pipeline Engineering for a project involving mechanical integrity and analysis of pipeline Maximum Allowable Operating Pressures
Client is a major Gas & Electric company in Northern California
Work is based in Concord/Walnut Creek area
June to December 2015 is the anticipated project duration
Annualized pay of ~$100,000 depending upon qualifications
50 hour work weeks are anticipated
Extensive on-the-job training is provided
• Significant progress toward or recent completion of a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering (or other engineering degree with an interest in utilities, energy, or construction)
• Understanding of construction drawings, materials, specifications, pressure reports, and standards and codes
• Previous knowledge/experience in natural gas pipeline engineering is advantageous
• Ability to work in a team environment and take guidance from experienced team members
• Possess strong problem solving skills and function as both a detail and results oriented performer
• Possess strong computer skills (with excellent working knowledge of standard office computer software including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
• Possess strong verbal and written communication skills
• Work well under pressure, achieve goals within reasonable deadlines, adapt to constant process changes, and require minimal supervision
• Ability to learn quickly and productively
• US Citizen or Permanent Resident (per client requirements)
To apply, please send a one paragraph cover "letter" expressing interest and your resume ASAP to email@example.com . Any questions can be answered and a telephone interview can be scheduled beginning as early as Monday, May 18th.
For decades plastic trash has been polluting the Pacific and killing thousands of birds, marine mammals and sea turtles. We helped California become the first state to ban single-use plastic grocery bags, but now big out-of-state plastic companies are spending millions to repeal the ban before it takes effect. This summer we will raise awareness on the upcoming ballot measure through media and by having one-on-one conversations with thousands of Californians.
Currently, we have paid positions open on our campaign staff in our location in El Cerrito. We require that interested candidates are hard workers and have excellent communication skills.
As a member of our staff, you will fundraise, build membership for our partner groups, educating and activating citizens on pressing issues. You will also have the opportunity to organize press conferences and build coalitions with other non-profit organizations. While on staff, you gain knowledge of pressing concerns our country is facing, learn how to effectively generate public support, and obtain a firm understanding of the political process.
- Earn on average $4000-$6000 this summer, working for something you believe in!
- To find out more, call 510-412-1055, or visit http://fundforthepublicinterest.org/apply.html?lcl=BERK
Established in 1934, The Leadership Award is a one-year, merit-based scholarship that recognizes undergraduate students at UC Berkeley who demonstrate innovative, initiative-driven leadership impacting their academic, work, or community environments. Students compete for the scholarship every year, ensuring a diverse and dynamic annual cohort of leaders whose work is relevant and newly inspiring.
As a Leadership Award Scholar, how are you going to make your mark at UC Berkeley?
The application for current UC Berkeley students is now live. The submission deadline is June 16 at 6 p.m. PDT. Find out more information at http://alumni.berkeley.edu/community/scholarships/leadership-award/how-apply.
Study Smarter is looking to hire and train mathematics tutors. We would greatly appreciate your forwarding the contents of this e-mail to the students in your department.
Study Smarter, a small, top-level test preparation and academic tutoring company based in the East Bay with business throughout the Bay Area is looking to hire and train mathematics tutors. We are looking for conscientious individuals with dynamic personalities and strong interpersonal skills. High energy people who enjoy thinking creatively and motivating high school students will love this job. Study Smarter offers a fun, casual work experience with extensive support and mentorship.
-Applicants must demonstrate a solid knowledge in math through the AP level, and make a commitment to work through mid-June 2016.
-Although applicants should be enthusiastic and willing to learn, no prior teaching experience is required.
-A car is required.
-Hourly rate or salary will be commensurate with experience, but start at a minimum of $25/hr with regular pay raises. We also award annual bonuses.
-Math tutors will work 10-40 hours per week and be given fully paid health, dental, and vision benefits if hours are greater than 25 per week.
Work schedule is flexible. -Paid training will begin after hiring and be organized around the applicant’s schedule.
Please apply by calling 510.350.8444 and submitting a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a night of food, drinks and conversations about diversity in STEM!!
In Fall 2014, Synberc and QB3 hosted our inaugural Expanding Potential Workshop which focused on issues faced by women in STEM. As we move forward we would like to continue and broaden the conversations we began last fall. Therefore, we would like to invite you to our Expanding Potential Meet-up on Saturday, June 27th, 4-6pm at Cafe Valparaiso.
In addition to food, drinks and mingling, the Meet-up will include conversations about:
Creating outreach programs for groups traditionally underrepresented in STEM with Marlena Jackson the founder of NexGeneGirls
Shannon Noonan who runs outreach programs at the Gladstone Institute
Gender norms and intersectionality with Julia Chang a Berkeley grad student who will discuss her response to our inaugural workshop
Nol Simonse a choreographer who will perform a piece about questioning gender norms
Food and drinks will be provided while supplies last!
For more details, please see the attached flyer.