Happy Monday SWE members! Here is some information on upcoming events!
1) Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program
This is an excellent summer research opportunity geared to undergraduate and graduate students. The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program provides college students with an opportunity to gain and develop research skills with the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy for 10 weeks over the summer. This program is designed to increase awareness of DOE research opportunities to students pursuing STEM degrees. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to ask, a flyer is attached as well. For more information please visit:http://energy.gov/fe/about-us/students-and-teachers/mickey-leland-energy-fellowship
2) SWE Officer Meeting Thursday October 30
Swe will be having their officer meeting this Thursday from 5-7. You are all welcome to join us!
3) Day with Altera
“Day with Altera” event at our San Jose campus onNovember 7. At the event, a small group of EE and CS students from select Bay Area universities will have the chance to meet Altera engineers and executives, ask questions about the company and the industry, tour our labs, see demos of their technology, lunch and interview with a hiring manager if they are interested in an internship or a full-time position. Space is limited so let us know ASAP if you’re interested in attending this event
4) Teacher Reasearch Experience Program: Summer 2015
STAR is a nine-week summer research experience program for people considering education careers. Participants earn $500/wk doing full-time research at one of our partner research labs (including NASA, NOAA, and 20 other sites) and may be eligible for up to $2,250 of additional support if they need to temporarily relocate for the program. In addition to their research work, participants attend professional development (PD) workshops, teacher-researcher conferences, and become eligible for continued PD and networking opportunities. STAR provided over $335,000 in direct support in 2014 alone.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE? This program is open to juniors, seniors, or alumni from ANY CSU campus as long as they have not yet worked as a full-time teacher. The program is also open to Robert Noyce Scholars from anywhere in the country. Applications close onJanuary 15, 2015so please encourage your interested members to check out the online application soon. Online applications, lab site details, and more program information is available on their website
5) The Intel Experience
This competition, presented by Intel and Best Buy, will take placeSaturday, November 1, 2014at the Mountain View Best Buy store. Anyone is welcome to participate in this competition and there is no registration required. However, we encourage all of those who wish to participate to RSVP to this email address for planning purposes. Please take the time to read through all of the event details provided below.
When:Saturday, November 1, 2014
First Round of Contest:11am – 12:30pm
Second Round of Contest:1:15 – 1:45pm
Grand Prize Winner Announced:1:45pm
Where: Mountain View Best Buy Store, 2460 E Charleston Rd. Palo Alto, CA 94303
Participants will have 60 seconds to present their inventions to a panel of judges that include experts from Intel, Best Buy, and the local science communityThe top ten (10) inventions will be selected by the judgesThe top ten (10) contestants will be given two (2) minutes for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to present their inventions to Brian Krzanich, the CEO of Intel. These top ten contestants will also receive a $100 Best Buy gift card and anIntel Edison Development Board. From these ten contestants, Mr. Krzanich will select one grand prize winner to receive an additional $500 Best Buy gift card and an Intel 3D Printer.
6) Lockheed Martin Tech Talk Monday October 27th
Lockheed Martin offers the opportunity to work on teams of highly skilled professionals to solve some of the most challenging and exciting engineering, information system and software development problems in the world. Attached is a flyer if you’re interested in attending this event.
7) Meeting Availability
To ensure all members get the privilege of attending at least one officer meeting and/or member meeting this semester, SWE SJSU has created a poll asking you for your availability. Please click the link below to participate in the poll as soon as possible! https://doodle.com/3th2v7gzfeaxbaei
8) Chair Positions Still Available
SWE SJSU is still looking for dedicated members to fill in the remaining available chair positions. The following chair positions are still available:
Please click on the link below to fill in the form. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YVs3Fu8Cuw3F75UnjgVSATBNeFqo-auK3bMS_tG7jks/viewform?usp=send_form
If you have any further questions about the positions available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
9) Space Technology Research Grants Program
The Space Technology Research Grants Program has released its annual application for the Nasa Space Technology Research Fellowships. Applications will be considered from students pursuing a maser’s or doctoral degree in relevant space technology disciplines. The submission deadline is November 13, 2014 at 6pm. Please see the flyer attached below for further details.
10)International Women’s Hackathon
Come out and join us on Nov. 15 for the International Women’s Hackathon at San Jose State University and code for a good cause! Note that if you’re a guy who would like to participate, you must have at least one woman on your team in the spirit of this 12 hour hackathon. Attached are flyers regarding the challenges.
Register here and read about the hackathon challenges: http://sjsuiwh2014.challengepost.com/