Category Archives: Engineering & Technology

Register for the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative Spring 2016 Student Colloquium!

Hello,

Registration is now open for the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative Spring 2016 Student Colloquium! This colloquium provides an opportunity for community college students to give poster and oral presentations on scientific research they have conducted in STEM fields.

Registration Link: https://www.etouches.com/s2016colloquium

Registration will remain open until February 22nd or until space is full.

Please feel free contact me with any questions!

Sincerely,

Heather

Heather Bock

Project Director, CCURI

Finger Lakes Community College

3325 Marvin Sands Dr

Canandaigua, NY 14424

(585) 785-1289

bockhs@flcc.edu

www.ccuri.org

www.facebook.com/ccuriusa

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Opps

 

 

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Training Opportunities

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) is a Department of Energy facility managed and operated by Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Its diverse array of complementary, and often unique, programs include the following:

  • Science education programs
  • Research and training in workforce health, safety, and security
  • Emergency preparedness and response
  • Radiological site characterization and cleanup verification
  • Technical training systems
  • Integrated scientific and technical expertise

ORISE Fellowship Program

The Research Participation Program for CDC, National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) and the Division of Laboratory Sciences (DLS) provides opportunities for members of the academic community (i.e., postgraduates, students, and faculty) to participate in DLS programs, projects, and activities. The program is administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE). The goal of the ORISE Fellowship program is to enhance the educational programs offered by academic institutions, strengthen the scientific and technical manpower base, transfer knowledge and technology to the academic community, and support a growing national commitment to science education.

College and university faculty, students, and post-graduates are provided opportunities for hands-on participation in research and development activities at federal laboratories. To be eligible for the program,

  1. Postgraduate participants must have received a college degree within five years of the date of appointment,
  2. Student participants must be enrolled in an accredited U.S. college or university, and
  3. Faculty participants must be a full-time faculty member at an accredited U.S. college or university.

These requirements help ensure that participants are still engaged in formal education and that the experience will enhance their personal education and skills. As a result of these appointments, technology is introduced (or reintroduced) into the universities and colleges and integrated into campus-based instruction and research programs. The ORISE program provides opportunities for participants to

  • Enhance their professional development in science, mathematics, and engineering areas
  • Become familiar with the research areas of the Division of Laboratory Sciences
  • Develop as scientists and engineers for future employment in fields related to the DLS mission.

http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/dls/training_opportunities.html

JUROS—the Journal for Undergraduate Research at Ohio State—is a peer-reviewed journal that accepts research from all disciplines!

JUROS Submission Deadline Extended to February 1st!

Do you want to publish your research? JUROS—the Journal for Undergraduate Research at Ohio State—is a peer-reviewed journal that accepts research from all disciplines! We are currently looking for submissions to our spring 2016 publication. We have extended our deadline to Monday, February 1st, 2016. If you publish with us, you can get a permanent citation to add to your CV. We accept abstracts, feature articles, and full research manuscripts. You can read more about submitting to JUROS at juros.osu.edu or click here for the full submission guide!

Please be aware that throughout December our website will be undergoing updates and maintenance. If you experience any problems, please keep trying!

You can also contact us with any questions at JUROS@osu.edu.

Register for SURC 2016 at Cobleskill

Registration

We are pleased to announce that on-line registration for SURC 2016 is now open: http://blog.cobleskill.edu/SURC/surc.html. Registration is $25 per attendee. Payments can be made for a single attendee or for a group of attendees from the same institution. Payment options include credit card, billing of institution, and onsite payments.

Keynote Speaker

We are also pleased to announce that renowned cancer researcher, Jill Bargonetti, will be the keynote speaker at SURC 2016. Dr Bargonetti  is Professor of Biological Sciences at Hunter College. She earned her B.A. at SUNY College at Purchase and her Ph.D. at New York University. She also did postdoctorate work at Columbia University. More information about her address will be forthcoming.

Students can still submit proposals on-line to present at SURC 2016 through 5 February 2016. If you have any questions concerning the research application, please contactsurc@cobleskill.edu.

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you in April!

Jeff

J. M. Anderson, Ph.D.

Dean, School of Business and Liberal Arts and Sciences

SUNY Cobleskill

111 Schenectady Avenue

Wheeler Hall, Room 216

Cobleskill, New York 12043

Tel: 518.255.5413

Fax: 518.255.5113

Be an Astronaut: NASA Seeks Explorers for Future Space Missions

http://astronauts.nasa.gov/

Current NASA Opps: http://nasajobs.nasa.gov/default.htm

On Wednesday, November 4, 2015, 9:45 AM, NASA News Services <nasa_subscriptions@service.govdelivery.com> wrote:

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11/04/2015 09:09 AM EST
In anticipation of returning human spaceflight launches to American soil, and in preparation for the agency’s Journey to Mars, NASA announced it will soon begin accepting applications for the next class of astronaut candidates. With more human spacecraft in development in the United States today than at any other time in history, future astronauts