– An early career engineering professional looking for advanced training in imaging science and machine learning?
– A recent engineering graduate looking to enter the industry with more technical know-how than a traditional entry-level professional?
– An international student looking to differentiate yourself with an advanced degree from a top engineering school?
– Interested in building a career in the medical and health care field?
Then Illinois’ Master of Science in Biomedical Image Computing (M.S. in BIC) program is for you!
The M.S. in Biomedical Image Computing (M.S. in BIC) program is an intensive professional degree that can be completed in three semesters while on-campus.
Applications due December 15
This is a two-year industry position designed for students who will be applying to graduate school afterwards. Adimab Predoctoral Research Associate
Adimab is an innovative biotech company located in Lebanon, NH minutes from Dartmouth College and
renowned skiing, hiking, kayaking, and biking.
– 24-month long intensive predoc program
– Highly competitive compensation and benefits
– Relocation assistance
– Generous conference stipend
– Committed scientific and professional mentorship
– Comprehensive grad school preparation and support
– Stocked kitchen and catered meals
– Healthclub membership
– Over 30 days of vacation time
– Team-driven, work hard/play hard culture
– Numerous company-organized events
Apply at adimab.com/careers
CalTeach is a program for undergraduate STEM majors interested in science and math education. We offer a minor, as well as the unique opportunity for students to earn a California Preliminary Teaching Credential as an undergraduate, alongside their bachelor’s degree. The CalTeach team will be hosting info sessions on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 12:10-1 p.m. and Friday, Nov. 12, 1:10-2 p.m. Please register on the respective links.
Applying to Graduate School | Tuesday, November 4, 12-1:30 p.m., 290 HMMB
Interested in graduate school? Come join Meltem Erol, ESS Director of Graduate Outreach, for an informative session on what to expect and best practices for applying to grad school. Register online.
Interview Workshop | Thursday, October 28, 12-1:30 p.m., 290 HMMB
Do you want to improve your interviewing skills? Join Marvin Lopez, Director of Student Programs for Engineering Student Services, to learn ways to effectively impress your interviewer and leave a mark. Register online.
Let’s re-imagine the future of food
Cultivate Tomorrow is the first US hackathon focused solely on cellular agriculture and cell cultured food. Together, in teams of four, we will brainstorm, innovate, and re-imagine the future of food. Event: January 2022 virtual and in-person.
Undergraduate and graduate students in the US will form teams of four and compete in one of three tracks.
Create an advertising campaign and strategy for a specific product in the cell ag space (with mentor)
Create a scientific communication platform that demystifies some of the science and tech behind cell cultured products (without mentor)
Find an underutilized resource that could improve or impact a specific part of cell cultured production and devise a proposal for its application (mentor optional)
Applications Due 11/1/21. Register at: https://www.cultivate-tmrw.com/
Introduction to the MTM Program [Oct. 26th, 11am-12pm Pacific]
MTM Career Pathways [Dec. 15th, 12-1pm Pacific]
Sana Scholars are students who desire a unique hands-on lab experience working with other bright scientific minds to change outcomes for patients with the next generation of therapies. Our program applies the power of inclusion, diversity, and equity to scientific discovery.
Engage with Research Associates and Scientists during an Information Session to learn more!
October 27th at 4:00 PM (PDT)/7:00 PM (EDT)
November 3rd at 1:00 PM (PDT)/4:00 PM (EDT)
Locations include Seattle, WA, South San Francisco, CA, & Cambridge, MA. All internships are paid. Non-local interns may be eligible for a living stipend and travel support.
Visit http://sana.com/sana-scholars to learn more about Sana Scholars and apply.
APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN NOW
The BME Clinical Engineering Internship Program is a two year program that offers an in-depth, rigorous, clinical engineering experience that matches the engineering expertise gained in the classroom. The primary objectives of this internship program are as follows:
• Provide exposure to hospital organizations and administrative functions.
• Provide hospital experience in clinical engineering; that is, provide an opportunity to apply engineering techniques to patient care and hospital-based activities.
• Provide substantial experience working with hospital personnel, including administrators, nurses, technicians and medical staff.
The program is based on the UConn Campus in Storrs, CT, with students interning in hospitals from Boston, MA to Los Angeles, CA. Students are able to complete the academic requirements of the program on-line.
Upon completion of the program each student will have earned a Master of Science Degree in Biomedical Engineering and gained valuable experience by completing a minimum of 1500 hours interning in a Clinical Engineering Department.
Applications due January 1, 2022
At BMS, the Cell Therapy Development Operations (CTDO) organization is focused on novel cellular immunotherapies based on two distinct and complementary platforms – Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CARs) and T Cell Receptor (TCRs) technologies. Our goal is to revolutionize medicine by re-engaging the body’s immune system to treat cancer. At the core of that mission are the talented individuals who contribute their unique skill sets to help us drive innovation and deliver truly life-changing drugs for our patients.
The Cell Therapy Internship (CTI) Program is looking for individuals who are passionate about cell therapy and interested in working remotely with a team of scientists and engineers in developing T cell-based medicines. In addition to their project assignments, interns will have opportunities to virtually attend community-building functions including speaker sessions and recreational activities, throughout the summer. At the conclusion of the program, interns will present their project progress at an internal virtual poster session or similar presentation format.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESONSIBILITIES
- Attend internship orientation
- Pair with a mentor and attend monthly 1:1 meetings to discuss early career development
- Generate or analyze data, perform data verification, interpret data, and prepare final reports to summarize findings
- Collaborate on project investigations
- Communicate proactively with supervisor and colleagues highlighting challenges and proposing solutions
- Provide troubleshooting support for your project with supervisor assistance as needed
- Present final project to the greater CTDO organization
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND EDUCATION
- Currently a sophomore, junior, or senior pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Logistics, Supply Chain Management or related fields
- High scholastic achievement (include your cumulative/overall GPA on your resume, minimum GPA of 3.0 is preferred)
- Leadership experience in an academic or extracurricular organization or activity
- Research experience from a previous laboratory position, internship, or similar venue
- Basic knowledge of primary cell culture and bioanalytical methods
- Scientific curiosity and a passion for problem solving
- The ability to thrive in a collaborative team
- Strong communication skills
- The internship will take place in-person if BMS’ COVID regulations allow
- Program will run from June 6th to August 12th, 2022
- Interns will be employed full-time (~40 hours/week)
- Interns must have access to an internet-capable personal computer with reliable internet access
- Interns will work with various departments within many levels of the organization
- Supervised by hiring manager (manager will vary depending on project)
- Mentored by a project-adjacent figure
- Supported by CTI Team and BMS Early Career Team
Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious diseases. Empowered to apply our individual talents and diverse perspectives in an inclusive culture, our shared values of passion, innovation, urgency, accountability, inclusion and integrity bring out the highest potential of each of our colleagues.
Bristol Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees with the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives.
Data Peer Consulting is available to help you with all of your Jupyter notebook, SQL, data visualization, and other data science needs for free (we’re funded by the Student Tech Fund). Data Peers are currently hosted at the D-Lab Frontdesk! Visit our website to learn more about peer consultants and to find one that can help you! Our services include:
Micron is looking for visionaries, scientists, leaders, and believers to help them develop technologies that will transform the world. So, it’s no surprise that they are a strong supporter of many classes, undergraduate research, and programs such as PREP and T-PREP.
Join ESS for an upcoming Micron sponsored event, Ace the Interview, Thursday, October 28, 4-5 p.m. Please register in advance to receive a Zoom invitation link.
The newest round of the UC Big Ideas Contest has launched and we are excited to see what game-changing social innovations UC students develop this year!
Big Ideas has a packed roster of events designed to provide students with the inspiration, and the resources they need to help transform their own big ideas into early-stage social ventures! For a detail of all Fall 2021 events, as well as past event recordings, check out the Big Ideas website
CalTeach is a program for undergraduate STEM majors interested in science and math education (being a STEM major is not required). We offer a minor, as well as the unique opportunity for students to earn a California Preliminary Teaching Credential as an undergraduate, alongside their bachelor’s degree.
The CalTeach team will be hosting info sessions on
Looking at grad schools? UCSB’s Biological Engineering is now accepting applications for its an inaugural cohort of PhD students! https://bioengineering.ucsb.
Interested in learning more about hurricane recovery efforts, farm worker rights, public health, wealth disparity and more?
Join the Alternative Breaks community and explore these social justice issues through community partnership supplemented with education and reflection. Participants enroll in a DeCal course in Spring 2022 to prepare for their spring break trip with community partners.
Our Spring 2022 experiences include:
Economic Justice in the Bay Area
Environmental & Food Justice in the Bay Area
Farmworker Rights in Central Valley
Hurricane Maria Relief in Puerto Rico
Immigration Rights in San Diego
Urban Health in Los Angeles
Priority deadline: Oct 25 at 11:59pm
Final deadline: Oct 31 at 11:59pm
Link to Spring 2022 Participant Application!
Attend one of our upcoming info sessions (all virtual!)
Tuesday, Oct. 12, 5-6pm, Zoom link here (Meeting ID 948 1745 5092 / Passcode 797622)
Wednesday, Oct. 13, 5-6pm, Zoom link here (Meeting ID 936 1574 7506 / Passcode 511096)
Thursday, Oct. 21, 5-6pm, Zoom link here (Meeting ID 919 6870 4471 / Passcode 741915)
Passed on by an alumna! A co-op internship involves taking a semester off school to work full time for 6 months. Readmission is arranged in advance with your advisers and your graduation date is extended a semester if necessary.
iRhythm Technologies provides a complete cardiac ambulatory monitoring service, including a wearable patch worn on the chest and powered by machine learning algorithms to diagnose heart rhythm abnormalities.
I am looking for a Research Engineering Co-op Intern for 6 months (January to June 2022), to support early-stage research in evaluating technologies for incorporation into wearable sensing solutions. Someone with a research focus in medical sensors/devices would be ideal, as this position sits within the Product Development (hardware) team at iRhythm. You can find details and apply here: https://www.irhythmtech.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions (OUA) has an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students to be featured on their OUA social media channels as a part of their “Day in the Life” series or other social media campaigns with the audience being prospective Berkeley students. Current Berkeley students who are interested should fill out this form to be considered for a feature.
UHS will be holding drop-in flu shot clinics at MLK Pauley Ballroom on Oct 6, 14, 15, 18, 26, and 27 from 9 am -11:30 am and 1 pm-4 pm. Help yourself stay well this fall and winter.
Learn more: http://uhs.berkeley.edu/flushots
Location: Main campus of the NIH, Bethsda, Maryland
Laboratory: Laboratory of Neuroimaging (LNI)
Institution: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH
Preferable Degree and Major: Bachelor of Science or Engineering (or Master), Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, etc
1) radiopharmaceutical synthesis and chemical analysis
2) laboratory instrumentation & automation (design, fabrication, programing)
3) preclinical brain imaging data analysis and modeling
We are looking for highly motivated postbaccalaureate students to pursue an research internship (2 years). LNI conducts world-leading brain research on brain addiction. This opportunity will provide intensive research experiences (ex, hand-on experiment and research publication) which would be beneficial for transition to higher education such as PhD and MD PhD, as well as professions related to
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dentons 2021-22 Winter Shadowing Program is for engineers and scientists looking to explore the intersection between law and technology. Connect with law students, professionals,
Applications just opened for the US Cellular Agriculture Hackathon: Cultivate Tomorrow. Available to students (undergraduate and graduate) who are interested in sustainability, food science, STEM, food systems, business marketing, environmental law, and many other areas of interest. This event is sponsored by Merck Innovation Center, New Harvest, and GFI, and will take place in January. Applications are open until November 1.
One-Year MSE Degree Program in Medical Innovation & Design
An intensive one-year program that immerses you in the technical,
clinical, and business realities of practical health care innovation.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design (JHU CBID) Masters in Bioengineering Innovation & Design program is actively seeking applicants who are interested in pursuing the Masters in Bioengineering Innovation & Design program for the 2022 – 2023 academic cycle.
Please join the online info session to learn from faculty and students about the CBID MSE program including the one year program structure, clinical rotations at Johns Hopkins Hospital, US & global health projects, post-graduation career paths, tuition and application requirements.
September 29: 6pm – 7pm
October 20: 10am – 11am
November 17: 6pm – 7pm
December 1: 6pm – 7pm
*All time slots are U.S. Eastern Standard Time
Join info session by Zoom Meeting: https://wse.zoom.us/j/97612893842
Zoom Meeting ID: 97612893842
CBID MSE program application submission deadline is December 31, 2021.
Apply Online: cbid.bme.jhu.edu
The Energy and Biosciences Institute is excited to announce the release of the second installment in our “The Beginnings of Entrepreneurship – STEM” virtual seminar series! The goal of this series is to answer common questions students may have about entrepreneurship in the STEM field. This series will be posting videos every two weeks during the semester. The first video is available now: Getting Started in Entreprenurship with Ouwei Wang, CTO and Co-Founder Pow.bio.
Engineering Student Services is pleased to introduce the Transfer Success Ambassadors team! These friendly second-year transfer students are here to support the junior transfer community by hosting drop-in office hours and planning events. They are available to discuss professional development, finding an internship, research opportunities, coursework, getting involved on campus, time management, study habits, imposter syndrome, and more!
Pop-Up Transfer Center
This Fall, the Transfer Success Ambassadors will be available during our weekly pop-up Transfer Center on Mondays 1-5pm and Wednesday 1-3pm in 240 Sutardja Dai Hall. Please stop by to study, hang-out, and get support.
PathwaysToScience.org has over 70 portable scholarships and fellowships posted on the site. These include undergraduate funding opportunities with an emphasis on increasing diversity in STEM. Learn more about undergraduate scholarships and tips and resources for applying.
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION FOUNDATION
Students interested in research careers in the natural sciences, mathematics, or engineering are invited to apply to the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program.
The scholarship award is up to a maximum of $7,500 per year. Scholarship recipients nominated as sophomores can expect to receive a maximum of two years of support. Scholarship recipients nominated as juniors are eligible for a maximum of one year of support.
Students interested in learning more about the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans are welcome to make an individual advising appointment with Keila Diehl (email@example.com).
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans is a two-year, merit-based fellowship exclusively for immigrants and children of immigrants, age 30 or younger, who are pursuing graduate work in any degree-granting program in any field at any university in the United States. Selection is based on merit, with an emphasis on creativity, originality, initiative, and sustained accomplishment. Neither financial need nor distributive considerations are taken into account in the selection process.
In addition to the children of immigrants, Green Card holders, naturalized citizens, and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, the Fellowship also supports individuals who have come to the United States as refugees or asylum seekers and who have received a Green Card or become naturalized US citizens. The Fellowship also supports immigrants who were born abroad and graduated from both high school and college in the United States. Each year, fellows receive $25,000 in stipend support, as well as up to $20,000 toward tuition.
For more information, visit: https://scholarships.berkeley.edu/soros
Applications for the 2022 cohort are due October 28, 2021.
The Berkeley Statistical Consulting Service is now open for the Fall Semesters. This free consulting service is operated by the Department of Statistics every fall and spring semesters. Advanced graduate students, under faculty supervision, are available during specified hours to answer your questions about statistics and data analysis. We welcome members of the campus community to take advantage of this service at any stage of their research.
To find out more about our service, please visit our website at:
To schedule a meeting or ask questions about the service, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Struggling right now? Find help for money shortages, housing, food shortage, healthcare, dependent care and more:
Meet with employers in a virtual setting and learn about job and internship opportunities offered by companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations where you might like to work. All fairs hosted virtually on Handshake. Student registration opens one week before each fair.
Reminder: Registration is a two step process. Make sure to register for the fair as well as individual or group sessions! Learn more >
9/8 EECS Careers
9/9 EECS Internships
9/15 Business & Non-tech
9/23 Data & Analytics
9/29 Engineering & Physical Sciences
9/30 Software & IT
10/7 Public service, nonprofit, health & education
10/14 Masters & PhD
10/20 Graduate & Law School
10/27 Civil & Environmental Engineering
Students in need of a laptop or other technology hardware can apply to the Student Technology Equity Program (STEP) for a loaned device at no charge. STEP is now accepting applications on a rolling basis throughout the 2021-22 academic year, while supplies last. Fall 2021 applications will be accepted from July 6 to Nov. 24, 2021.
We support our AAPI students and want to share a collaborative, community-sourced guide for mental health resources available to UC Berkeley students. Access the living document online: tinyurl.com/
Out for Undergrad (O4U), invites high-achieving LGBTQ+ undergraduates to their four, industry-specific conferences (Engineering, Tech, Marketing, and Business) where you’ll learn to navigate the nuances of a diverse corporate climate. In providing you with these resources, O4U helps transform your professional skills, careers, and ultimately lives. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and are available on the O4U webpage.
Check out the Healthy Engineering Assistance Resources tool, a fully interactive table filled with health related resources such as mental health, sexual assault, and substance abuse.
We understand that times are difficult and that taking care of your mental health is especially important right now. There is a new daily texting program, StayWell at Home, that will provide tips on managing the stress of social distancing and stay home orders. Sign up here for English language texts or Spanish language texts.
Graduating and looking for a full time job?
Be sure to join our private LinkedIn group to see jobs we share.