BE Undergraduate Newsletter
The Grainger College of Engineering Announces MERGE 2022 Campus Visit Program
Internship Finding Tool for UCSC Students
Learning Support Services is Hiring!
AccessComputing: an NSF-funded project to increase students with disabilities in computing
The Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. We would like to invite qualifying juniors and seniors in your undergraduate engineering programs to apply for our 2022 Multicultural Engineering Recruitment for Graduate Education (MERGE) Campus Visit Program. This year's live virtual visit event is scheduled for Friday, September 23, 2022, 2:00 - 5:30 pm central time.
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AccessComputing, a National Science Foundation funded Broadening Participation in Computing Alliance, provides mentoring
MENTORING: Through our online community, students and mentors discuss a variety of topics. It is a place to connect with others to share your successes, ask for suggestions regarding any issues that may arise for you related to your disability, education or employment, and to support other team members when they need help brainstorming solutions.
CONFERENCES: Interested in attending a conference related to computing, diversity, or professional development? AccessComputing
RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS: Every year AccessComputing funds students with disabilities to participate in the Computing Research Association's Distributed Research Experience for Undergraduates Program.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Find the application and more information online.
We're looking for a junior level staff person to join the Fast Sensors group here at SCIPP. It's not impossible that this would turn into a career position (Specialist track), as it has for one or two of your prior students. Although the person would likely grow into more sophisticated technical roles, for now we seek someone that has experience (or perhaps even just interest) in:
- Provide support for runs at both domestic and international accelerator laboratories, including designing and assembling mechanical supports and developing data acquisition approaches and utilities
- Load PC boards that implement and support various microelectronic designs, including ASICs and high-speed compact signal paths, and carry out characterization studies
- Have experience in, or interest in learning, the design of PC boards and associated servicing functions for precision timing and high frame rate signal applications
- Be responsible for several laboratory operational functions, including purchasing and shipping
- Oversee general laboratory organization and hygiene
Beyond this, and into future years, opportunities may exist in high-speed PC board design and layout, TCAD-simulation-base design of solid state sensors, ASIC design, and automated electromechanical assembly and prototyping.
Anyone interested in learning more about the position should contact: