New Graduation Application Form and Graduation Deadlines

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There is now a new application for graduation form on the Office of the Registrar’s website (see link above). 

The new deadlines to apply for graduation with 2 semesters of priority registration are Oct. 1 2015 for F16 graduation and May 1, 2016 for Spr/Sum17 graduation.  The new deadlines to apply for graduation with 1 semester of priority registration is Oct. 1, 2015 for Spr/Sum16 graduation, April 1, 2016 for F16 graduation, and Oct. 1, 2016 for Spr/Sum17 graduation.  Cheers, Brad J

Fall 2015 Problem of the Week Competition

We encourage all math and stat majors to participate in the Problem of the Week competition for fun and possibly prizes.  There are two divisions (undergrad and grad).  The top 3 finishers in each division are eligible for prizes.  Check out https://sites.google.com/a/sjsu.edu/bjackson/home/sjsuproblemoftheweek for more info.  The first problem is given below and solutions are due by Sept. 3.  Hard copies of problems and solutions can be found in the hallway outside of the math office MH 308 or you can also check online on Professor Jackson’s google site linked above.

Problem 1 (5 points)

Let m be a positive integer and consider the number N = m(m + 2015).  Find a positive integer m such that N is a perfect square.

Cheers, Brad Jackson MH 316 bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering

On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 9:02 AM, The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program <mfe@haas.berkeley.edu> wrote:
Dear Professors, 
 
The Berkeley MFE  (Master of Financial Engineering) Program is currently accepting applications for the 2016-17 cohort, which begins in March 2016.  We’re interested in speaking with your top students – grad students, postdocs, and undergrads, as well as alumni, to discuss how their strong quantitative backgrounds (engineering, physics, math, computer science, and related fields) can prepare them for a career in finance.  We’ve pasted an announcement below with information on our summer information session schedule.  For students who are not in one of the locations listed below, we hold online information sessions biweekly. 

Please kindly forward our announcement to your students.  

 
Thank you!
 
Kind regards,
Linda Kreitzman
Assistant Dean
Executive Director, MFE Program
Haas School of Business
The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program is well-known for its deep industry connections, strong alumni network, and tailored curriculum. Most importantly, however, we are known for our ability to place students in top positions after graduation at firms like Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, and many more.
If you’re considering a career in industry after the completion of your degree program or postdoctoral appointment, or if you wish to gain the skills to launch a finance career, the Berkeley MFE program wants to speak with you! We hold information sessions through the summer.  During our sessions, you will learn firsthand about the Berkeley MFE program from admissions staff and current students and alumni, and you will have the opportunity to participate in an on-the-spot resume review with executive director Linda Kreitzman.
We look forward to meeting you at one of our information sessions.  If you can’t join one of the information sessions listed below, we hold online information sessions biweekly.  You can see our full event schedule here: http://mfe.berkeley.edu/admissions/upcoming-events.html.
Upcoming Berkeley MFE Information Sessions – Summer 2015
Paris, France
June 19
5:00-6:00 PM local time
San Francisco, CA
June 22
5:00-6:00 PM local time
New York, NY
June 24
6:00-7:00 PM local time
Tel Aviv, Israel
July 6
6:00-7:00 PM local time
Hong Kong
July 11
11:00 AM-12:00 PM local time
Minneapolis, MN
July 24
12:00-1:00 PM
Sincerely,
The Berkeley MFE Team

Teach for America

Greetings,

I hope this email finds you well! I’m reaching out because Teach For America is currently hiring for our campus recruitment and outreach internship position – Campus Campaign Coordinator (CCC) at SJSU.

Our CCCs play a critical role in pipelining outstanding teachers and leaders into high needs classrooms and lifelong careers fighting for social justice. Also, many of our CCCs later apply to and join TFA after graduating because they seek to continue their impact on educational inequity. This opportunity is open to undergraduate students from all majors/fields of study. I am reaching out in hopes that you will share this opportunity with your students and networks.

Here are a couple resources where students can find additional information about the position, along with the online application.

Thank you in advance for sharing this opportunity with your students and for your continued support of educational equity.

Warmly,

Liz

Liz Saucedo

Manager, Recruitment & Mobilization

e: esaucedo@teachforamerica.org

c: 909.709.1686

o: 213.489.9272 x34187

606 South Olive Street, Suite 300

Los Angeles, Ca 90014

One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.

 

Summer Internship Opportunity

Nellie Rochon-Ellis <nellie.rochon-ellis@sjsu.edu>

 Please send out to your students.
Summer Intern (Job ID#111414)
SanBio Inc – Mountain View, California

Characterize primary cell cultures using Immunocytochemistry.

Please go to SpartaJobs for additional information and search under the job ID#)