Electrochemical Technologies Masters Internship

The University of Oregon is accepting applications for their Masters Internship Program in Electrochemical Technologies. This program has a focus on clean-energy transitions, developing technologies for climate change mitigation, and provides interdisciplinary knowledge that will help tackle many of the worlds biggest challenges.

This program includes 6-months of accelerated coursework and professional development, followed by 9 months in a paid internship in industry or national laboratories. This program thus gives students a great foundation of knowledge and a start to a long-term career. Students who complete the program can also pursue an accelerated PhD timeline.

The internship program is open to students in a wide variety of backgrounds such as chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, and more with a BS/BA.

For a possible waived application fee, please send an unofficial transcript and resume to electrochemistry@uoregon.edu.

More information can be found at their website, including curriculum, housing, and scholarships.

Carnegie Mellon Diversity Opportunity

Applications are now open for Carnegie Mellon’s Data Analytics for Science Immersion Experience! This 10-day experience will take place from June 5th to June 14th. This workshop is in partnership with Microsoft and DOW and will allow students to work with faculty from the Mellon College of Science. The program also aims to support students from underrepresented groups.

Opportunities through this program include:

  • Data analytic seminars, providing training in modern bioinformatics
  • Meet with and ask questions to partners from Microsoft and DOW
  • Tour DOW headquarters in Michigan

Room and board are provided along with travel expenses and a $500 stipend.

Applications are due April 15th. Applications, along with more information can be found here.

Organic Chemist Job Opportunity

Nesco Research is currently hiring an Organic Chemist at their Lockbourne, OH location. This position is for a lead role in kilogram-scale manufacture of specialty chemicals including dyes and dye intermediates.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited too, chemical process monitoring and control, crude product purification, spectroscopy, quality control, and specialty chemical production on kilogram scales.

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and 5 years experience in kilo lab. Preferred Qualifications also include an MS in Organic Chemistry, as well as expertise in handling chemicals and with analytical equipment.

Experience with operation of analytical instruments including Liquid and Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, and NMR.

The job is listed here.

2022 Spring Undergraduate Research Festival

Want to learn from fellow students and hear what they are researching?  Then visit the 2022 Undergraduate Research Festival where over 100 students will be presenting their research! Taking place on Thursday, April 7, 2022, at Pomerene TDAI Ideation Zone in 3 sessions, the festival is a great presentation opportunity for students.

This will allow students to gain experience communicating their research in front of a new and diverse audience with a variety of academic backgrounds, as well as create a poster to spark conversations with Festival attendees. This Festival is open to all disciplines and the research presented does not need to be completed to present. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn from the presentation and broaden their knowledge of different topics.

Each session, 9:30-11:30AM, 12-2PM, and 3-5PM, will be structured with the first hour including poster presentations and the second hour being oral slide presentations.

Learn More Here 

WUSM BMB Summer Research Program

There is Summer Undergraduate Research Program that will be offered this summer in the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics at Washington University in St. Louis.

No prior research experience is required. Even if you aren’t really sure what “doing research” means, this program might be for you! One of the goals of the program is to help students engage in academic research in a supportive environment to see if scientific research might be of interest to them after college.

This research program…

  • is 8 weeks (June 6th – July 29th, 2022)
  • provides workshops for students to attend that focus on several important aspects of science
  • has a range of research areas
  • includes travel to Saint Louis, housing, local travel, a meal plan, and an additional monthly stipend of $2000

Applications are due April 15th. No prior research experience is required. Follow directions on this flyer to submit an application. The flyer also provides additional information on the program.

OSUCCC – The James: Summer Volunteers

The James Cancer Hospital is accepting applications for summer student volunteers. Applications will be accepted through Sunday, April 3.

College volunteers are required to volunteer a minimum of one two-hour shift per week. Most volunteer positions are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., with limited weekend opportunities.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and in the process of obtaining a two- or four-year degree.

If you are selected to attend the interview session on Wednesday, April 13, you will need to bring a letter of recommendation from a teacher, advisor, or work supervisor.

Learn more about the requirements and expectations before applying by Sunday, April 3.

Beckman Research Scholar Program

The Beckman Research Scholar Program at the Ohio State University allows students to work with faculty from areas including Chemistry and Biochemistry, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Physics and Advanced Computing Center for Art and Design.

The program is designed with the aim to better students’ understanding of biomolecular processes and designing emergent biomaterials.

The program includes…

  • Student Stipend of $18, 200
  • Supply and Travel Funds of $4, 800

The deadline to apply is April 1, 2022 and the application can be found here.

Additional information can be found on this flyer.

Medpace Interview Day for Entry-Level Openings

Medpace is looking to hire current life sciences students or recent graduates. This position would be working in clinical research at a Contract Research Organization (CRO). They are holding an Interview Day for several entry level openings for their Regulatory Submissions Coordinator role.

Regulatory Submissions handles regulatory needs that occur from the time Medpace is awarded a study to the critical milestone of getting the first patient screened. Their Regulatory Submissions team serves as the lead to initiate start-up activities for the research sites with which Medpace works.

This Interview Day will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio on Wednesday, March 23. The link to apply as well as more information is found on this flyer.

CIA on Campus

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) will be on campus March 22 to recruit and to connect with students. They will be hosting several events with some being discipline focused while others will be more broad and open to all.

The events are being hosted with the goal of having students more about the Agency, the diverse array of career paths available, the hiring and clearance process, and insights into how to craft an eye-catching application.

Use the following links to complete the necessary registration for the events and direct any questions to this email: Cheney.45@osu.edu.

OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS (GRAD AND UNDERGRAD)

10:30-11:30am                Career Paths with CIA – From Analysts to Auditors and So Much More

4:30-5:30pm                   Career Paths with CIA – From Analysts to Auditors and So Much More

TARGETING STUDENTS WITH EAST ASIAN LANGUAGE SKILLS OR AREA EXPERTISE (GRAD AND UNDERGRAD)

2:45-4:00pm                   CIA Careers Leveraging Your East Asian Languages or Studies Degree

TARGETING STUDENTS FOR AUDITING CAREERS (GRAD AND UNDERGRAD)

11:30-12:30pm                Auditing Careers with CIA

4:30-5:30pm                   Auditing Careers with CIA

REU Internship at the University of Akron

Applications are still open for the 2022 summer research experience for the School of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering at the University of Akron internship. This competitive program is sponsored by the National Research Foundation, the University of Akron, and corporate sponsors.

The program will take place over the course of 9 weeks, during which students will investigate a fundamental question within the broad disciplines of polymer science and polymer engineering. This includes chemistry, physics, characterization, and biomaterials. Interns will take part in research and career development activities, discussions outlining their research progress, and visits to regional companies. The program will come to a close with an oral or poster presentation of the intern’s research results at the Northeast Ohio NSF-REU Undergraduate Research Conference.

Support includes a $5,400 stipend and on campus housing.

The program will run from Monday, June 6 to Friday, August 5.

The deadline to apply is Friday, February 11, 2022. Further information such as how to apply and eligibility can be found here.