LLNL has openings for continuing students (undergraduate and graduate) pursuing a BS, MS or PhD in the Computational Chemistry and Materials Science Summer Institute to engage in practical research experience to further your educational goals. You will research projects in the development and application of methods in computational materials science, computational chemistry, and other related areas of computational science.
MaCI offers a unique summer internship experience for undergraduate and graduate students. The internship program will provide you with real-world, applied experience solving important problems within our stimulating work environment. Through the program, you become part of the LLNL family.
This is an NSF-funded initiative to create a training program in big data applied to atmospheric sciences as application area using high-performance computing as indispensable tool. Each participant will receive $1,500 stipend and can be graduate students, post-docs, and junior faculty who will be exposed to multidisciplinary research and have the opportunity for significant career impact.
Chemistry World posted an article detailing five tips for engagning with industry. The article discusses: Making the approach, deciding on the collaboration, offer help in the cmpany's currency, agreeing on publication rights upfront, and embracing synergy.
Graduate students are invited to submit proposals for reimbursement of up to $250 for qualifying trainings, resources, and activities that contribute to professional skills development and that complement the degree program but are not normally available or required as a part of it.
Located on the sixth floor of the Valley Library, the Grad Commons supports student success by providing independent, collaborative and facilitated learning experiences. These experiences will help students with timely degree completion, prepare them with the collaborative skills needed for the contemporary workplace, and enhance their contributions to Oregon State’s scholarly enterprise.
Four internships are available for students, that are part of the ONAMI Graduate Internships in Startups program. The internships are with Energy Storage Systems and Abom. The ONAMI Graduate Internships are open to graduate students who are currently working with ONAMI Member Researchers, or who have completed their MS or PhD within the last year.
The National Geographic Society needs journalists, photographers, filmmakers, cartographers, data visualizers, and socially-connected storytellers who can show us what we might lose if tropical rainforests are not protected and highlight potential solutions that have the power to create real, sustainable improvements.
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This annual Expo will feature over 60 traded-sector products, local startups and includes a young innovators zone. There will be plenty of food and beverages to go around. The event is FREE but please register at the following link.
The 2019 College of Science Fall Awards Ceremony recognizes academic and administrative excellence in the College of Science.
Co-organized by Oregon State University, University of Oregon and Oregon Health and Science University: the Oregon Bioengineering Symposium. The inaugural symposium will be held on the Oregon State University campus on November 22, 2019, and will cover all areas of bioengineering, with an emphasis on technologies for precision health.
The Dialogue Facilitation Lab is a professional learning and exploratory seminar for faculty, staff, and graduate students looking to integrate critical dialogue facilitation skills into professional environments. Hosted by the Office of Institutional Diversity, the Dialogue Facilitation Lab welcomes practitioners of all skill and experience levels to explore the philosophy and techniques of critical dialogue facilitation and the potential for implementation in teaching, leadership, research, and service work. Below are a few more details about our program goals, outcomes, and commitments. Applications will be accepted until November 24 by 5:00 PM.
Researchers and students at Oregon State University have access to a multitude of specialized instruments and services that support a wide diversity of biomedical research. Learn about the available state-of-the art capabilities designed to support and stimulate research productivity. Eleven facility core directors will present short informational presentations highlighting capabilities, applications, and access. Go to this website for a list of the eleven core facilities participating.
Applications will be accepted until retreat capacity has been reached. The deadline to apply is December 1st. OSU facilites 4 retreats: (i) Racial Aikido; (ii) Multiracial Aikido; (iii) Examining White Identity and (iv) International Student Social Justice Retreat. These weekend long retreats promote campus dialogues about race and racism. Each of the retreats engage in the active exploration of the concept of race and how race influences our lived experiences and interactions. Specific retreat marketing material to share can be found here: Social Justice Retreats Media Kit Please direct questions about any of these retreats to email@example.com
The OSU Advantage Accelerator is seeking proposals to facilitate the further development and commercialization of OSU applied innovations. Proposals can be submitted for projects focused on bringing OSU-owned innovations invented by OSU faculty, staff, and/or graduate students in any discipline closer to market. Each project may be awarded up to $15,000. Proposals are due no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 2. Read the full RFP here
As part of its UVDF program, the OSU Research Office’s Office of Commercialization and Corporate Development (OCCD) are seeking commercialization investment proposals for between $20,000 and $60,000 to facilitate the further development and commercialization of OSU applied innovations in the areas of software, content, or digital media technologies. Routing via Cayuse to OSRAA for internal review & approval: 5 PM December 16, 2019