The Oregon State University Office of Human Resource is hosting a graduate health plan Q&A session for graduate assistants and graduate fellows on April 15 at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Learn more about the grad health plan and get questions answered. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In this informal “drop in” editathon, you can learn more about the Wikipedia gender gap, how to edit Wikipedia, talk with faculty teaching with Wikipedia and much more. March 19, 1-5 p.m. See the schedule and register here: https://guides.library.oregonstate.edu/womenscientists2021.
Kishana Taylor, postdoctoral researcher at Carnegie Mellon University, will speak as part of the Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology (EECB) seminar series on “Prioritizing Intersectionality in Interdisciplinary Infectious Disease Research: Intersectional identities (and scientists) must inform how we study disease” on March 10, 4-5 p.m., via Zoom (beav.es/eecb)or YouTube: (beav.es/oSs).
MARCH 29, 2021
SEMI Professional Development Seminar – Connecting College Students to the Semiconductor Industry
Learn about career opportunities in high tech and acquire valuable, practical information that will help you choose career directions and plan for success.
- Career Search – Know the right places to find jobs
- Learn how to Optimize Your Resume and Boost Interview Chances
- Learn technical interview-tips & tricks: COVID- 19 has changed the interview process, are you prepared?
- Before you sign: Know How to affect offer, negotiate salary and overall offer packages
- Fulfill your curiosity – “Day in a Life” from various engineering types and other professions
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Starting March 22, 2021, the service counter for picking up keys from the OSU Access, Lock and Key Shop is relocating to the university ID Center, located in the Memorial Union from its current location at 560 SW 15th in the Facilities Services Shops Complex. This move offers students, staff and faculty expanded hours for key pick up at a more convenient location. Some important things to note:
- The process for requesting keys does not change. Key Authorizers are still responsible for requesting keys for a unit or department.
- The ID Center can receive key returns. However, we ask that departments continue accepting returned keys.
- Please check the ID Center’s website for current service hours. The ID center is running limited service hours due to the COVID-19 response.
- ID Center staff will be unable to answer questions or concerns involving keys or locks. Questions about keys and locks should be directed to email@example.com.
We’ve posted a resource to help you learn more about the change in key counter service. All other questions, concerns and issues about keys and locks should go to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com (if a work order is needed).
The OSU Advantage Accelerator is currently seeking applications that describe technology-based projects in any discipline that will move OSU-owned technologies closer to commercialization. Proposals should describe a project that requires $15,000 or less of funding to achieve an important milestone(s) connected to commercialization. Proposals can include expenses for activities related to customer discovery, prototyping, student time, research, commercialization plan development and more. Each project may be awarded up to $15,000 and should span 9 months or less, beginning in April 2021. Proposals are due before 5 p.m. on Friday, March 5. Learn more here:https://advantage.oregonstate.edu/advantage-accelerator/funding-opportunities/aid-fund.
My name is Jacob Yeager and I am the Analytical Chemistry Branch Head of the Laboratory Division at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton. I am reaching out to respectfully request your assistance in advertising an entry-level chemist position available to your recent, or soon-to-be, chemistry program graduates. Our laboratory team is comprised of 39 enthusiastic and dedicated professionals who support the US Navy and its essential mission by providing chemistry and metallurgy services needed during ship maintenance, repair, and modernization. Our work environment is very positive, with a focus on personal growth and professional development and advancement, and we take great pride knowing that the work we do serves the defense of our families, friends, and nation. We are looking to hire one chemist with excellent interpersonal and laboratory skills who share our values of service, excellence, integrity, teamwork, and ingenuity.
The position is in the Analytical Chemistry branch and will provide development opportunities and experience in the following:
· Instrumental Analysis: ICP-OES and MS, Arc-OES, Hg via CVAA, CN via amperometric detection, and more.
· Prepare, extract, and test a wide array of matrices to various procedures
· Evaluate and review data/procedures and produce detailed reports
· Facilitate corrective/preventative action procedures to minimize QC failures
· Troubleshoot equipment in order to resume critical work
· Establish quality control requirements outlined in ISO 17025
· Plan, organize, and direct the laboratory quality assurance program
· Review and evaluate results conducted under the quality assurance program
· Participate in proficiency and round robin studies to demonstrate competency
· Prepare summaries/reports for improving the quality assurance program
I am hopeful that you will share this exciting chemistry career opportunity with your recent/upcoming graduates. To apply, please ask that interested chemists email their resume/CV, cover letter, and college transcripts (unofficial) to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 12th.
Friday, March 5 from 2-3 p.m. Location: Zoom. To register for this event and for more Zoom information from Media Services, go to https://uit-at.oregonstate.edu/media-services-zoom/.