Engr 100W

All math majors are now asked to take Engr 100W (since Math 100W is not being offered) unless you have permission from Dr. Blockus to take another 100W course. As a side benefit Engr 100W counts as two upper division GE courses (Area R and Area Z). Here is the latest info about registering for Engr 100W. You need an add code from the math office. This semester evidently math majors can register for any section of Engr 100W. To get an add code for Engr 100W fill out the online add code request form on the Math Dept web page. Add codes only last for one day so don’t apply until the actual day you are going to register for classes since the add code expires after one day. Below we have the message about Engr 100W for summer and fall from the math office. Cheers, Brad J

Since advanced registration for summer is closed, they have to show up the first day like everyone else. chem 100w is allowing students to enroll and still has space. the engr 100w sections are closed, but they still may be able to get permission numbers from the instructors.

For the fall, any section of engr 100W is available to students. When they are allowed to register, they should fill out the form on the math dept website and we can give them a permission number as long as the section is open. if you are advising students, please have them wait until their registration date to fill out the form, since our permission numbers are only good the day they are issued. if students fill out our form before they are able to register, it’s a lot of extra work for both them and us, and the section they want may fill up before it can get sorted out. all of the information is on the sign up form. we may have other departments 100ws available, so i didn’t want to have inaccurate information on the front page of the website. it should be updated by the time registration opens though.

Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Paid grading opportunity – May 26

On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 11:30 AM, Joanne Rossi Becker wrote:
We will be scoring math assessments again May 26, $100 stipend plus breakfast and lunch. Please share the attached flyer with interested students. We need an additional 20, first come first served. No experience necessary, they will be trained. Thanks, J

Joanne Rossi Becker
Dept of Mathematics & Statistics
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
408-924-5112
joanne.rossibecker@sjsu.edu

2016 scoring flyer

NASA Internship

2016 NASA Ames STEM Education Intern
On Mon, May 16, 2016 at 2:07 PM, Nellie Rochon-Ellis wrote:
Please pass this information on to your students. Fliers are attached. Thank you.
NASA Ames Moffit Field is seeking 2 STEM Education Interns ASAP- Students need to apply ASAP via https://intern.nasa.gov. You will need to set up a profile and then you can search opportunities at Ames Research Center to find the opportunity. See description attached.
Pepsi needs a QC Lab Technician ASAP. They are seeking a student currently pursuing a microbiology degree for some part-time work (4-6 hours a day) with fairly flexible hours. Responsibilities are basic testing for our Aquafina line and some additional work around the lab as needed. The position is listed as a summer position, but could hypothetically extend it if it’s a good fit. See description attached. Please send resume to Elizabeth.Elrod@pepsico.com
Nellie Rochon-Ellis, M.A.
Career Consultant
San Jose State University Career Center
Administrative Building, room 255
One Washington Square
San Jose, Calif. 95192-0032
phone: 408-924-6019
www.sjsu.edu/careercenter

“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
-George Bernard Shaw

Career Center – Summer Help

Please distribute this message to your students. Thank you.

CAREER ADVISING HELP – SUMMER HOURS
Are you in need of assistance with your resume, interviewing skills or unsure of what to do with your major? You can make an appointment with Nellie Rochon-Ellis, Career Consultant in the career center during the summer months.

Undergraduate Appointment office hours in the Career Center, ADM 154 or 255 (accessible):
Appointments can be scheduled through SpartaJobs or email Nellie if the appointments do not work with your schedule.
· Tuesdays 10:00 – 12 noon
· Thursdays 1:30 – 3:30 pm

Graduate Student Appointments made through emailing me directly: nellie.rochon-ellis@sjsu.edu

NOTE: May graduates will not be eligible to have one-one meetings after May but will continue to have access to the SpartaJobs database for 6 months after graduation. See alumni membership information to continue access to employer events. http://www.sjsu.edu/careercenter/alumni-community/index.html

Nellie Rochon-Ellis, M.A.
Career Consultant
San Jose State University Career Center
Administrative Building, room 255
One Washington Square
San Jose, Calif. 95192-0032
phone: 408-924-6019
www.sjsu.edu/careercenter

“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
-George Bernard Shaw

Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu

Enrollment Limits for Fall 2016

According to the registrar’s office http://www.sjsu.edu/registrar/calendar/2164/ the enrollment cap for fall 2016 during advance registration (May 31 – Aug 21) is 16 units but the overall limit for students in good academic standing increases to 19 units (Aug 5) and for graduating seniors who applied for graduation by May 2 increases to 19 units (July 29). Graduating seniors can petition to take up to 21 units by filling out the appropriate form. Cheers, Brad J