‘connecting people’ Category
Alumni and students networking
Mark Gritter, who graduated in 1997 with majors in CS and math, calls our attention to the MinneSpark grants for which he is a trustee and offers to provide feedback on draft proposals. Details follow.
Attention students: We have an excellent opportunity to tour a company that employs many mathematics and computer science majors and talk with Gustavus alumni working there about their careers.
On Wednesday, March 21st, I will be taking a dozen or more students to visit with seven alumni at Thomson West in Eagan. We will be receiving a tour of the datacenter from Robb Gamm, class of 1984, and hearing about a variety of software development topics from Matt Pettis, class of 1994, Zach Park, [...]
As I pointed out at the beginning of September, one of the perennial limitations in the way our students take advantage of internship opportunities is that most seem to only look for full-time summer internships, rather than also considering part-time internships during a semester. There are some good reasons for that, one of which is [...]
The MCS Department is sponsoring three discussions with recent grads about employment, all in the back room of Godfather’s Pizza with pizza and soft drinks. These events are for any interested students, not just those getting ready to graduate. Math careers: November 15, 6:30pm Secondary math education careers: November 16, 5:30pm Computing careers: November 20, [...]
One of the perennial limitations in the way our students take advantage of internship opportunities is that most seem to only look for full-time summer internships, rather than also considering part-time internships during a semester.Â There are some good reasons for that, one of which is that most internship opportunities are so far away (e.g., [...]
Digital Cyclone, Inc (www.digitalcyclone.com) is looking for interns during any/all semesters. Hands-On Experience to compile, deploy, and modify existing client/server J2ME and BREW applications to run properly on mobile phones as well as to modify existing application documentation. Required Skills include ability and willingness to take direction, have an interest in mobile phone technology and [...]
The IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute summer session, June 26 – July 16, 2005, has opportunities for both students and professors. Financial support is available, and the deadline for applications is February 15, 2005. Alumnae/i may be interested in the programs for graduate students and for high school teachers.
The Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), a national research institute supported by The National Science Foundation, is pleased to announce its 2005 Summer Program, Research in Industrial Projects for Students (“RIPS”).