Hello CoS Faculty & Staff,
Please inform your students of this employer event which students will gain valuable information on a variety of careers in the field of science and have an opportunity to network with employers from NASA, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Pharmacyclics and Sangamo Biosciences! All Science Majors would benefit from this event.
Here is the careers in science weblink that has the panelist bio and information about their companies and career/internship opportunities.
Careers in Science Panel & Networking Event
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 3:30-5:30 pm (3:30 – 4:30 PM Q&A, 4:30 – 5:30 networking)
Duncan Hall, Room 208
See attached flyer.careersInSciencePanel_poster
Dear Professors, GSAOs/SAOs, and Student Group Leaders,
Thank you for sharing our last email with your students. We would like to ask if you can kindly send a reminder to your students that The Berkeley MFE (Master of Financial Engineering) will host a panel discussion on Career Paths in Finance and Big Data on Thursday, October 1.
This opportunity is open to all, including graduate students, undergraduates, and postdocs in engineering, computer science, math, statistics, economics, physics, finance, operations research and related fields. An email announcement is pasted below; please forward it on.
Please kindly forward this message to your students.
The Berkeley MFE team
If you are interested in a career in industry, we would like to remind you about our upcoming event, Careers in Finance and Big Data: A Panel Discussion, on Thursday, October 1. If you want to learn more about career paths in Big Data or Finance, don’t miss our upcoming panel discussion! This is your chance to hear how current practitioners have made their way into these growing industries and to ask them questions about their experiences.
Learn how you can leverage your STEM training and prepare to launch your career.
Please see the details below; click here for more information and to register.
Career Paths in Finance and Big Data: A Panel Discussion
Date: Thursday, October 1, 2015
Time: 5:30 PM Registration, 6:00 PM Event Start, 7:30 PM Reception (light refreshments provided)
Location: UC Berkeley, International House, Chevron Room
Hosted by the Berkeley MFE Program
Mael Barut, Senior Data Scientist, Aviso
Charles Gorintin, Senior Data Scientist, Twitter
Ryan Green, Vice President, BlackRock
Subramanian Iyer, Vice President, Head of Analytics, First Republic Bank
Eugene Pauksta, Vice President, Multi-Asset Research, Mellon Capital Management
Schyler Thiessen, Senior Vice President – Head of Enterprise Risk Modeling and Analytics, Bank of the West
Plus more to be added!
We look forward to meeting you on the UC Berkeley campus!
The Berkeley MFE Team
University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business
Berkeley, CA 94720-1900
The Graduation Team has developed a new Grad Worksheet Guide to help students better understand their worksheet. A link is provided to students in the email sent to them with their worksheet.
The Guide is available at: http://www.sjsu.edu/registrar/students/graduation/index.html Hopefully it will make you feel more equipped with knowledge of what the worksheet is all about.
I have also attached it for your use.
Let me know if you have questions.
Undergraduate Graduation Evaluator
Office of the Registrar
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0009
My name is Cathy Nji, and I am part of an organization called Frog Tutoring and we provide one on one private tutoring to students in the community (K-12 & College). I hope you had a restful break.
In the past, we have hired highly qualified tutors, and I want to thank you for educating the students, for they now aid and educate. The new semester is upon us, and as before, we are looking to hire more tutors to continue working with students in the community.
I am hoping that before the semester gets too intense, you would be so kind as to forward this message to all students that would be interested in a part-time tutor position.
To learn more information about Frog Tutoring, please visit our website: http://frogtutoring.com/
Anyone interested in applying for the tutor position should submit their application and unofficial transcript at our website: http://frogtutoring.com/jobs.
Please see below for more information.
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Depending on the distance, tutors will be compensated for driving over a certain mileage.
Tutors who constantly receive high tutor rankings will be eligible for periodic bonuses.
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Tutor of the month: Every month the Regional Coordinator from each region will submit one tutor to be selected as the tutor of the month.
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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.
Aug. 27 – Sept. 9, 2015
Problem 2 (6 points)
In the Math Department raffle each ticket has a 6-digit decimal number (000000-999999). A raffle ticket is said to be “lucky” if the sum of the first 3 digits is equal to the sum of the last 3 digits. Show that the sum of the numbers on all of the lucky raffle tickets is divisible by the “unlucky” number 13.
Solutions to Problem #2 should be submitted to the math office MH 308 or Professor Jackson’s office MH 316 or online to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday Sept. 9 at 12:00 pm
Sept. 3 – Sept. 16, 2015
Problem 3 (7 points) Two players, Alex and Brad, take turns removing marbles from a jar which initially contains 2015 marbles. Assume that on each turn the number of marbles withdrawn is a power of two. If Alex has the first turn and the player who takes the last marble wins, is there a winning strategy for either of the players?
Solutions to Problem #3 should be submitted to the math office MH 308 or Professor Jackson’s office MH 316 or online to email@example.com by Wednesday Sept. 16 at 12:00 pm
Cheers, Brad J