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GENERAL COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

REPRESENT CPMS
Be the bridge between CPMS students and university administration by serving on the Student Advisory Council. If you want to boost your résumé and public relation skills, follow the link to apply.

NO UNIVERSITY DEVOTIONAL
There will be no devotional Tuesday, August 9, due to final exams.

LAST DAY OF SUMMER TERM CLASSES
Monday, August 8, is the last day of summer classes. Final exams will be administered Wednesday and Thursday, August 10-11.

BYU FARMERS MARKET
THURS, AUG 11 // 3-8PM // STADIUM SOUTH PARKING LOT
Over 25 booths offer fresh produce, baked goods and crafts at the LaVell Edwards Stadium.

COMMENCEMENT
THURS, AUG 11 // 4PM // MARRIOTT CENTER
Elder Craig C. Christensen, of the Quorum of the Seventy, will speak at commencement exercises.

CPMS CONVOCATION
FRI, AUG 12 // 8AM // WSC BALLROOM
Graduates should be at the WSC Garden Court by 7:30 a.m.

WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
SAT, AUG 13 // 9AM-12PM // UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
Come meet and network with some of the most successful women in Utah and learn from their experiences at this free event.

ENTREPRENEUR SUMMER SOCIAL
THURS, AUG 18 // 11:30-3PM // ENERGYSOLUTIONS ARENA
Come join other aspiring business owners and get insight from some of Utah's most successful entrepreneurs in a social setting.

TA CONFERENCE
FRI, AUG 26 // 8:15AM-3:50PM // C-215 ESC
All TAs hired for fall semester should plan to attend this conference. The hiring process must by fully complete before the conference begins, so be sure to contact your department for verification.

HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS?
You can read about the latest research and events in CPMS on the College's news page. You'll find familiar faces and maybe even a research group that you'd like to get involved in.

SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

CPMSTV VIDEO CLIP

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JOBS, INTERNSHIPS, AND DEPARTMENT NEWS

We've sorted these by department for your ease and comfort. To apply for any specific job or internship, simply click the link. You will then be prompted to log into your eRecruiting account. If you don't have an account yet, you'll first need to create one through the same link. Contact BYU with any questions: recruiting@byu.edu or call 801.422.8085.

INTERNSHIP
REVERSE LOGISTICS ASSOCIATION – LEHI, UT
Gain direct exposure to possible employers such as Sony, Microsoft, HP, Wal-Mart, Best Buy and Black & Decker, as you assist with market research, the organization of technical seminars and other projects.
Apply by 8/15/2011

FIELD BRANCH OPERATIONS INTERNSHIP
STRYKER ENDOSCOPY – SANDY, UT
Job shadow all aspects of the branch, participate in a cycle count process at a hospital, attend surgery with a trained Stryker professional, and prepare instrument kits for surgery.
Apply by 8/31/2011

A complete list of internships and job opportunities can be found on eRecruiting.

UPCOMING INFORMATION SESSIONS
Employers regularly visit BYU looking to hire students. Find out who's coming to campus and how you can learn more about their company and job openings.

INTERVIEW SCHEDULES
Sign up for interviews with companies that will be on campus hiring BYU students.

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
REATA PHARMACEUTICALS – IRVING, TX
Work in a cancer biology research group, assisting in the development and execution of biochemical and cell-based assays, transfection of DNA and siRNA, and drug treatment.   
Apply by 8/31/2011

There were 2 new jobs posted this week for Chemistry majors on eRecruiting.

CANCER RESEARCH WORKSHOP
There will be no workshop this Thursday.

WEB APP PROGRAMMER
5DK - OREM, UT
Work with front-end application development and modify open source PHP apps (primarily Magento and WordPress) to customer specifications. Projects are typically 2-6 months in duration, and clients range from startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Apply by 8/15/2011

BETA COORDINATOR & TOOLS ADMIN
MOZY.COM - PLEASANT GROVE, UT
Beta coordinator responsibilities include managing the beta process for product releases, coordinating with program management and acting as point of contact for customer escalations. Tool admin tasks involve working with stakeholders to define key business processes, providing coordination for implementation of new tools and acting as the central administrator.
Apply by 8/23/2011

There were 4 new jobs posted this week for Computer Science majors on eRecruiting. Many CS jobs and internships are posted on the CS job board rather than eRecruiting. Click here to view.

MS THESIS DEFENSE
MON, AUG 8 // 2PM // 3365 TMCB
Andrew Zitzelberger will defend his thesis entitled "HyKSS: Hybrid Keyword and Semantic Searches."

MS THESIS PROPOSAL
TUES, AUG 9 // 2PM // 3365 TMCB
Richard G. Morris will present his thesis proposal entitled "Multi-Output Dependence Learning."

GEOTECH INTERN
PETROLEUM SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL - SLC, UT
Help with well visits, as well as collecting and preparing samples. Also get involved with the business side of the company, managing figures and creating databases.
Apply by 8/24/2011

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST
STATE DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - ROOSEVELT, UT
Assist in the performance of inspections and investigations during drilling, producing and other related operations in the oil industry. Also work in the permitting of wells and other oil field facilities.
Apply by 8/31/2011

There was 1 new job posted this week for Geology majors on eRecruiting.

NO UPCOMING EVENTS


VIRTUAL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS ANALYST INTERN
VERIO - SLC, UT
Review ongoing web-sourced and technology press materials related to cloud-based desktop and server infrastructure (DaaS and IaaS). Evaluate materials for applicability to overall Virtual Business Solutions mission objectives. Will consolidate and digest for rapid management review and action.
Apply by 8/31/2011

There were 2 new jobs posted this week for Mathematics majors on eRecruiting.

COURSE CHANGE
Beginning Fall 2011, Math 119 will only be available through Independent Study. Instead of this course, Math 116: Essentials of Calculus and Math 118: Finite Mathematics will be offered.

FALL CONTESTS & ACTIVITIES
The Department of Mathematics is excited to begin a series of competitions and activities that will continue throughout the fall semester.

MATH TEACHER
THE OAKLEY SCHOOL - OAKLEY, UT
Maintain a highly stimulating classroom environment and participate in all aspects of student life, including off-campus and experiential education activities.
Apply by 8/31/2011

There was 1 new job posted this week for Mathematics Education majors on eRecruiting.

NO UPCOMING EVENTS

INTERNSHIP
SPECTRA SYMBOL - SLC, UT
Work in the R&D lab developing new generation sensors in the membrane sensor field. Skill set preferences include vision systems, IC control, Firmware, PIC and CPLD configuration.
Apply by 8/22/2011

FIELD BRANCH OPERATIONS INTERNSHIP
STRYKER ENDOSCOPY - SANDY, UT
Job shadow all aspects of the branch, participate in a cycle count process at a hospital, attend surgery with a trained Stryker professional, and prepare instrument kits for surgery.
Apply by 8/31/2011

There was 1 new job posted this week for Physics & Astronomy majors on eRecruiting.

NEW PHYSICS COURSE
Beginning Fall 2011, the department will be offering Physics 313R, Biophysics: The Physics of Life. Students from all majors are welcome to learn basic life processes using elementary physics.

PLANETARIUM SCHEDULE
The planetarium will be closed for maintenance from June 20 until August 31 and will reopen in the fall.

BLACK HOLES GENERATE BRIGHT LIGHT
According to astrophysicists at BYU, black holes power massive jets of energy known as quasars.

MARKET RESEARCH & STRATEGY CONSULTING
CICERO GROUP - SLC, UT
Develop research methodologies, design survey questionnaires, draft recruiting critereia, develop discussion guides, analyze economic modeling, identify needs of the customer, conduct market sizing, evaluate the competition, forecast competitive behaviors and potential market opportunities, develop compelling value propositions and conceive new ways to improve clients' services and capabilities.
Apply by 8/19/2011

There was 1 new job posted this week for Statistics majors on eRecruiting.

NO UPCOMING EVENTS

GENETIC RESEARCH ADVANCEMENTS
Right here on campus, statistics students are making an impact in medicine and perhaps in the lives of people everywhere.

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