Berkeley MFE Program

Dear Professors and Student Affairs staff,
The UC Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program would like to invite your students to learn about career paths in industry for postdocs, grad students, and undergrads with backgrounds in engineering, computer science, statistics, mathematics, physics, and related fields.
We hold monthly information sessions on campus at UC Berkeley with admissions staff and Assistant Dean Linda Kreitzman; our next sessions are scheduled for December 5 and January 9. Please forward our message to your students! If they have questions, they can contact us directly at mfe@haas.berkeley.edu or +1-510-642-4417.
Thank you!
The UC Berkeley MFE Admissions Team
Learn how you can launch a career in finance/data science/fintech with a STEM background
Dear students and postdocs,
The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering program invites you to join an information session on campus at UC Berkeley in December or January. Join us to learn how we can help you leverage your training in computer science, engineering, physics, math, statistics, or economics to launch a career in finance/data science/fintech.
Our alumni network and deep industry connections will open the doors to key positions at top firms; our 12-month program will give you the academic preparation and hands-on training to contribute at a high level from the start of your career.
Learn more – and have your background assessed by our executive director – at one of our upcoming free events!
December 5: Berkeley MFE Information Session on Campus
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Haas School of Business, room S270 (bottom floor of the Haas Library)
More info/RSVP
January 9: Berkeley MFE Information Session on Campus
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Haas School of Business, room S270 (bottom floor of the Haas Library)
More info/RSVP
If you have questions, or can’t join one of our sessions but would like to participate in a resume review with one of our admissions advisors, please contact us at mfe@haas.berkeley.edu.
We look forward to meeting you!
Kind regards,
Christina Henri & Diane Nguyen
Berkeley MFE Admissions Team
+1 (510) 642-4417
+1 (510) 642-6983

RIPS Summer Program in Industrial Math

On Fri, Nov 4, 2016 at 8:51 AM, Mavalski, Dimi wrote:
Dear Professor, Advisor, Faculty or Staff,
The Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) runs a unique summer program for undergraduate students. The Research in Industrial Projects for Students (RIPS) provides an opportunity for exceptional students in math and related disciplines to work in teams on real world research projects proposed by a sponsor from industry or a national lab. Sponsors have included Google, Symantec, Los Alamos National Lab, the Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles Police Department, Arete, IBM, and many others. The RIPS web site at http://www.ipam.ucla.edu/rips/ gives the full details including a link to the online application. We encourage all bright, young students to apply, especially women and minorities.
This is an educational and very exciting two month program near the heart of Los Angeles at one of the premiere educational institutions in the United States. If accepted the program covers the student’s travel, housing and most meals, and offers a generous stipend. Students immerse themselves in research and learn how to deal with real world problems.
In addition to RIPS in Los Angeles, IPAM will offer RIPS-Hong Kong in 2017 in partnership with the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. This is an exciting opportunity for U.S. undergrads to work with students from Hong Kong / China on projects sponsored by companies based in the region. English is the only language required for participation. The format is the same as RIPS-LA; two American and two Chinese students will form a team.
The deadline for applications is February 14, 2017. Please refer your students to the site and encourage them to apply. (Note: graduating seniors are eligible for all programs; international students may apply for RIPS-LA only).
I have attached a PDF poster with this email. If you’d like to request copies of this poster or for more information on RIPS, please email rips@ipam.ucla.edu or call me at 310-825-4755.
Best regards,
Dimi Mavalski
Program Coordinator
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

rips-2017-flyer

Engr 100W

Message on the Math Dept website
ENGR 100W
Math majors can take Engr 100W to satisfy their writing requirement (satisfies both Area Z and Area R). Students must submit an Add Request form after their registration appointment date. Add requests submitted before a student’s enrollment date will NOT be processed. Student can request to be added to any open section of Engr 100W, but enrollment may be delayed and sections might fill if the Add Request Form is not filled out completely. The Add Request Form will be available online after November 1st. Math majors can also take CS 100W, Phys 100W, and Chem 100W but those courses will only satisfy the Area Z requirement. No add code will be required to register for those courses.

ATLAS summer internship program

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) is a not-for-profit research division of the world-renowned Johns Hopkins University. Located in Laurel, Maryland, JHU/APL is one of the nation’s premier centers for systems engineering integration, technology research and development, and analysis. With a staff of 6,000, annual funding over $1.08 billion, and a wealth of intellectual capital, JHU/APL has served as trusted advisors and technical experts to the government for more than 70 years.
JHU/APL is currently seeking full-time students with a strong academic record for our APL Technology Leadership Scholars (ATLAS) Internship Program. The ATLAS Internship Program is offered to well-qualified, highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs), and Minority Institutions (MIs) who have an interest in applied scientific research. This highly competitive 10 – 12 week paid summer internship program focuses on building technical and leadership skills that will uniquely prepare students for careers in science and engineering.
Our goal is to help students understand and appreciate their own aptitudes, grow personally and professionally, and envision their future careers. In addition to performing cutting-edge research, ATLAS summer interns attend professional development seminars that teach them how to operate effectively in professional and business environments and address interpersonal skill development, interviewing skills, and resume preparation. They also get the chance to practice communication skills such as technical writing, public speaking, and presenting.
ATLAS applicants must have completed at least their sophomore year of college prior to beginning the summer internship, have a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average, and be pursuing a degree in one of the following technical fields:
· Aerospace Engineering
· Computer Engineering
· Electrical Engineering
· Mechanical Engineering
· Computer Science
· Mathematics
· Biology
· Geology
· Physics
I encourage you to share this email and the attached information about JHU/APL and the ATLAS Internship Program with your students. Having successfully hired more than 30 interns as full time employees, the ATLAS Internship Program presents an excellent opportunity for potential full time employment to follow.
Videos of ATLAS alumni who are now full time employees can be viewed on YouTube. Applications should be submitted online by December 31st. http://www.jhuapl.edu/education/diversity/atlas.asp
I appreciate the time and effort you will put forth in passing this information along and look forward to receiving some strong applicants from your respective university. Please contact me if you should have any questions.
Thank You,
Nykia Jackson Brooks, D.Eng., PMP
ATLAS Internship Program Technical Coordinator
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Engineering and Advanced Development Group
Asymmetric Operations Sector
(240) 228-9255 Office
(240) 338-5568 Mobile

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

job opportunity for Math grad at Qualtrics

My name is Tom and I work as a recruiter here at Qualtrics, one of the fastest growing software as a service companies in the nation. We have a unique opportunity for December grads who are Math majors and are wondering if you would be willing to pass this message along to those students. Thank you in advance!
Product Specialist
We are looking for Math students who are graduating in December to join our Product Specialist Team! In this role, you will have the opportunity to interact with top minds from the world’s most innovative companies, helping them solve complex problems every day.
I encourage you to follow this link to learn a bit more about the position and to submit an application:
Product Specialist Job Description and Application. One of our recruiters will be able to review your resume and be in touch soon!
To learn more about what our company has to offer, be sure visit the links below:
-Qualtrics, one of 50 tech companies to “bet your career on” http://read.bi/1kKaEsN
-Qualtrics, recently dubbed “the most important pre-IPO software company of its time”
If you have questions, please reach out to tgadberry@qualtrics.com. Thank you!

Tom Gadberry
Corporate Recruiter

(385) 203-4117 direct
(801) 374-6682 support
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Brad Jackson
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
bradley.jackson@sjsu.edu