Campus Violence Prevention Graduate Student Research Internship

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The UC San Diego Center on Gender Equity and Health is seeking interns for a three-campus study to assess knowledge, attitudes, and factors surrounding the prevention of sexual assault, harassment, and dating violence at UCLA, UCSD, and UCSB. The researchers on this project are currently seeking a graduate student from UCSB to join their team as a research intern from December 2018 through the end of the current academic year. Apply today!

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TA needed in Department of Sociology for Winter 2019


The Department of Sociology is in need of a Winter '19 Teaching Assistant (TA) for either Intro to Sociology or Special Topics in Sociology (to be determined). Read on for more information about the position and specifics for submitting an application!

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Design and teach with School for Scientific Thought (SST)

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The School for Scientific Thought (SST) provides UCSB science and engineering graduate students and postdocs the opportunity to design and teach a five-session hands-on course, on a topic related to research, for an audience of local and regional high school students. Winter 2019 applications are due December 21, 2018. Apply today!

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California Community Colleges Faculty and Administrators Job Fair


Interested in working at a community college? The California Community Colleges Registry is hosting a Southern California job fair in Los Angeles and a Northern California job fair in Oakland for community college districts. Faculty and administrator recruitment is the focus of this FREE job fair. Register today!

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Calling all interns!

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Career Services and the GSRC are seeking graduate students with past internship experience to come speak on a student panel that will be held Wednesday, February 6. The panel will provide fellow graduate students with advice on seeking out, applying for, and succeeding in internships of all different disciplines. If you have insight that you can share with your peers, please let us know! Deadline to confirm participation as a panelist is January 18.

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Opportunities to present graduate student work at UCSB's Spatial Center

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The Spatial Center is a cross- and inter-disciplinary center that brings together thinkers and doers from across (and off) campus to consider, apply, and promote novel ways to infuse a spatial perspective into all kinds of research. They host and promote academic presentations and lunch-time talks to increase campus awareness of graduate student research. RSVP for their November 28 Spatial Technology Lunch today!

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2019 UC Chemical Symposium call for abstracts

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Announcing the honorary guest speakers and the opening of abstract submission for the ​4th annual University of California Chemical Symposium! UCCS​ 2019 will take place March 24-27, 2019, at the Lake Arrowhead Conference Center. Abstract submission is now open through December 14, 2018. Learn more and apply today!

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William & Mary's 18th Annual Graduate Research Symposium call for abstracts

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The William & Mary's Graduate Research Symposium Committee invites Arts & Sciences graduate students at UCSB to participate in the 18th Annual Graduate Research Symposium on March 15 & 16, 2019. They are seeking abstract submissions from currently enrolled graduate students in the following discipline(s): American Studies, Anthropology, Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, History, Physics, Psychology, and Public Policy. Read more here!

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City Internships international work experience applications now open


The application for City Internships' 2018/19 Study and Intern Abroad Programs is now open. For this academic year, City Internships is offering Winter, Spring, and Summer Programs in nine locations. All of the programs feature a series of career-readiness classes, workshops, and events centered around an internship placement at a leading company in an industry of interest to a student. Apply today!

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23andMe and AppFolio information sessions

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23andme and AppFolio are coming to campus for information sessions on Tuesday, November 13, to discuss potential job openings in the Santa Barbara, San Diego, and Mountain View areas. Come learn about these exciting opportunities!

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Versatile PhD AMA/Webinar: Personal Finance for PhDs

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Start your next job on the right foot by successfully navigating your financial transition out of your PhD training. This webinar on November 29 will be your roadmap! Come discuss everything from moving expenses to higher taxes to your possible new financial priorities like student loan repayment, retirement savings, and buying a home. You’ll leave the webinar with a list of concrete action steps to take and pitfalls to avoid.

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CITRAL Lemony Lunches: TA Discussion Group

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This quarter, the Center for Innovative Teaching, Research, and Learning (CITRAL) will host two TA Discussion Groups as part of their Lemony Lunches series. The goal of the discussion groups is to address TA experiences across disciplines. All levels of TAs are welcome!

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UC Center Sacramento offers STEM Solutions in Public Policy Award


UC Center Sacramento announces the inaugural 2019 STEM Solutions in Public Policy Award Competition. The award will recognize one or more outstanding proposals for new California state legislation from University of California Graduate Students in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics). Apply now!

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Applications now open: CCST Science Translators Showcase


The California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) is seeking graduate students, postdocs, and early-career faculty in California for the CCST Science Translators Showcase, held as part of their 2019 Science & Technology Week at the California State Capitol. Applications are due November 27, 2018. Read on for more!

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Hack.LAMobility is seeking students to help fight traffic jams

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The average LA commuter spends over 100 hours sitting in traffic every year. Imagine a future where you could spend that time doing the things you truly enjoy and live in a world without traffic jams. Hack.LAMobility, a 24-hour hackathon from November 16-17th, is seeking students to build technology and transportation solutions which will transform mobility in Los Angeles. Register by November 14th.

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Employment Opportunity: UCSB Blum Center Graduate Student Assistant

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Are you passionate about tackling poverty and inequality? Are you interested in working with student leaders across UC campuses to raise awareness and mobilize action on these issues? The Blum Center for Global Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development is recruiting a graduate student to work together with their staff to advance thinking and engagement on poverty and inequality at UCSB and UC-wide in 2018-19. Applications due TODAY, October 29, 2018.

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New Presentation Practice Room in the UCSB Library

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UCSB Library is pleased to announce a new Presentation Practice Room available for reservation by UCSB students, faculty, and staff. Located on the 1st Floor Mountain Side (room 1506), the space allows you to practice, refine, and record oral and multimedia presentations for classes and seminars, conferences, teaching preparation, Grad Slam, Lunch & Learn, thesis defenses, and other events.

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Panel Discussion: Landing an R1 Faculty Position


Please join CSEP and CNSi next week for a panel discussion about the R1 academic job search. This event is part of their Professional Development Series (PDS) for Postdocs and Graduate Students. Lunch will be provided. RSVP Required.

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