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October 2010 Archives

Discover Research Opportunities for Undergraduates

You can join a research team or design your own research or creative project, starting now. Learn how at the Undergraduate Research Consultation held on Friday, October 22 at noon in Lecture Hall 3 in the Administration Building. These students found valuable research experiences. You can, too. Now is the time to select your research location for Summer 2011. Find out how to get a great placement.

Wish you had help preparing for grad school?

Check out the McNair Scholars program, accepting applications until October 29. McNair scholars conduct research in their field (including social sciences and humanities), present at national conferences, and prepare strong graduate school applications. Must be sophomore or above and have at least a 2.7 GPA. Pick up application today in MP room 213.

Employers Looking for Science Students

Engineering; BIOL; CHEM; CMPE; CMSC; ENGM; IS; MATH;BINF; ECON ; FIEC; PHYS; BTEC; ENCH; ENEE, all science majors

You Are Invited to a Diversity Recruitment Event
ALL Students are Welcome to Attend

Tuesday, October 26, 2010
5:30pm-8:00pm
University Center Ballroom
Register Today: http://careers.umbc.edu/news_events/diversity.php.
This is an excellent opportunity to networking with top employers who want to hire students in your major, including

· Constellation Energy Group
· CSC
· National Security Agency
· SRA International Inc.
· T. Rowe Price
· Target
· General Electric Company
· Osiris Therapeutics
· Osiris Therapeutics, Inc.
· Morgan Stanley
· NRD Philadelphia Officer Recruiting
· Accenture
· Space Telescope Science Institute
· U.S. Department of State
· Federal Highway Administration

Summer 2011 NIST SURF applications are out

Science, Engineering, Math, and Computer Science students check out the paid summer research fellowship at NIST. If you are considering applying to this program, sign up now for more information by e-mailing mcglynn@umbc.edu. Ten UMBC students were research fellows at NIST last summer. Students in all years as well as graduating seniors may apply to this summer research program.