Please join a Panel of experts on recruiting and retaining Tribal Students on October 28th at 2:00 Central Time. This panel will be composed of administrators from Land-Grant Colleges and Universities from around the US to answer questions about how they recruit, retain and graduate Tribal students from Land-Grant Universities. Please register in advance ot hear this amazing panel of speaker share their expertise. 

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Please be aware that the solicitation for the Mathematical and Physical Sciences- Ascending Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (MPS-Ascend) (NSF 22-501) is available and a WEBINAR will be held on November 10.  Please see the link below for details.

https://www.nsf.gov/events/event_summ.jsp?cntn_id=303690&org=NSF

MPS-Ascend is a program created to  provide support for postdoctoral fellows who will broaden the participation of groups that are  underrepresented in mathematical and physical sciences (MPS) fields in the U.S. including Blacks or African Americans, Hispanics, Latinos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other Native Pacific Islanders and enable the fellows to develop as future leaders in MPS. 

4:00 PM, Monday, October 18: Getting a job on Capitol Hill
This event includes a panel of four recent OSU Alumni who will speak about their experiences applying for and working on Capitol Hill. Panelists include an Investigator with the Senate Finance Committee; a Staff Assistant in the Senate; a Press Assistant in the House; and a Scheduler/Executive Assistant in the House.
The event is in-person (Bexell 417) and over Zoom.
Questions? Contact Dr. Christopher Stout: christopher.stout@oregonstate.edu

5:00 PM, Wednesday, November 3: Campus-Wide Internship Forum
The Legislative Internship Forum is cosponsored by ASOSU, ASCC, and the School of Public Policy. It is intended for all undergraduate students, regardless of major, who are thinking about winter, spring, and summer internships in Washington, DC and Oregon at the state and federal levels. The agenda features those who have interned in Salem and DC, current legislative staffers, an academic advisor and information about resources and scholarship opportunities. 
The event is in-person and Zoom
Corvallis: ALS 4001
OSU-Cascades: Tykeson Hall 109   
Questions? Contact Jock Mills: jock.mills@oregonstate.edu

OMSI Communication Fellowship Info Session: The College of Science will host a presentation & answer questions about the OSU-OMSI Spring Science Communication Fellows Program in a hybrid in-person/virtual session. The program is open* to any faculty, postdocs, staff or graduate students at OSU. Join us on Oct. 20, noon – 1 p.m. to learn more. Register: beav.es/Ugg Masks are required in-person. 

OMSI’s Science Communication Fellowships support and prepare STEM professionals to communicate with a variety of audiences more effectively by participating in a series of interactive training workshops. Fellows join OMSI to raise awareness about their current scientific research while also serving as STEM role models for children and teenagers and building a culture of public engagement among science professionals. It’s a great opportunity to full broader impacts goals for grant-funded research.

*The OMSI Science Communication program is most beneficial to faculty, instructors, and graduate students engaged with a specific course of research.  Undergraduates already working under a PI or Advisor’s direction may be considered for the program.  Please enquire with specific scenarios.

See link for more information: https://www.science.oregonstate.edu/omsi-partnership 

Bucknell University has a small MS degree in Chemical Engineering open to BS Chemical Engineering as well as BS Chemistry graduates. We both pay a stipend and we waive tuition.  Please circulate the attached flyer to your senior Chemical Engineers and share with your Chemistry departments. Here is the link to our paid MS degree program.  Students should apply through the main Bucknell website.  We also recommend reaching out directly to professors in our department and asking about their research and if they are interested in taking a master’s student next year. The application deadline is February 1, 2022.

Researchers at Oregon State University are seeking volunteers to study compounds in the body after one serving of broccoli or alfalfa sprouts. We are seeking male and female participants who meet these criteria: 

•             Age 18-60 years old 

•             Non-smokers – tobacco, marijuana or other substances including e-cigarettes/vaping

•             Generally healthy – no history of heart disease/stroke, diabetes, kidney, liver or thyroid problems, or chemotherapy/radiation for cancer within 5 years 

•             Not pregnant or breastfeeding 

•             Not doing more than 7 hours of vigorous exercise per week 

•             Have not had bariatric surgery or history of stomach or intestinal problems 

•             Not taking medication to control cholesterol or fat absorption 

This study involves giving blood, urine and stool samples, 7 visits to OSU and lasts 72 hours. If you take part in the study you will receive up to $150.  Free parking will be provided. 

For more information or to see if you qualify, contact us at MFCResearch@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-5049 or visit https://beav.es/J8j for study information and on-line screener.

Study Title: Discovery of Biological Signatures for Cruciferous Vegetable Intake: Integration of the Broccoli- and Host-derived Metabolome and the Microbiome Principle Investigator: Emily Ho, PhD

Here’s a link to the posting on our website:

https://foleyhoag.com/careers/current-openings/patent-agent-technical-specialist-chemistry

Interested students/postdocs can email me at jtibrewala@foleyhoag.com. Thank you!

Offices – Boston, New York

Foley Hoag’s Intellectual Property Department has an opening in our Boston or New York office for a chemist with an advanced degree, preferably a Ph.D., in Chemistry.

We seek applicants with strong academic credentials, excellent verbal and written communication skills. Both entry-level and experienced candidates will be considered. Experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the areas of small molecules, pharmaceuticals, synthetic methods, polymer science and drug discovery would be useful, but is not necessary. A successful candidate who is not a registered patent agent will be expected to take and to pass the USPTO registration exam within a year of being hired. Candidates are encouraged to review the USPTO eligibility criteria prior to applying.

We staff our clients’ patent matters leanly, affording patent agents and technical specialists an opportunity for significant responsibility and excellent career development. They typically work one-on-one with associates and partners, gain a depth of experience in a broad range of patent strategy, drafting, prosecution and diligence matters, and get immediate client contact. Such experience has contributed to the firm’s consistently excellent rankings in various national satisfaction surveys and industry recognition lists.