Open Innovation and Corporate Venture Funding


Join CSEP and CNSi for a presentation by Solvay and Solvay Ventures on how Solvay promotes the transfer of technology from academia to industry through their “Open Innovation” efforts, and on the value of corporate venture funding mechanisms for startups and how they differ from traditional Angel/VC investments. Light refreshments provided. RSVP Required.

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Upcoming employer information sessions

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Join Career Services and the College of Engineering next week for a handful of employer information sessions for both local and national organizations. Come learn more about these organizations to see if they might be a good fit for your career!

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Employer information sessions this week

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This week there will be several employer information sessions held throughout campus. Join the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, the Naval Air Systems Command, Procore, and ASML Tech Talk as they describe their organizations and their full-time and internship employment opportunities that they are trying to fill with UCSB students!

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Professional Development Series: Women in Innovation & Entrepreneurship


Starting this week, there will be a series of co-sponsored events that speak to innovation, entrepreneurship and professionalism in the business world. The series will highlight women California-based business leaders and entrepreneurs who will share their experiences building their ideas, their companies and their professional profiles. All are welcome to attend.

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World Bank Internship Program for graduate students

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The World Bank Internship Program offers highly motivated individuals an opportunity to bring new perspectives, innovative ideas, and latest research experience into the Bank’s work and improve their skills while working in a diverse environment. The next deadline to apply is October 31, 2018.

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Insight Data Fellows Programs application deadline approaching


Looking to transition to a career in fields like data science, data engineering, or artificial intelligence? Apply to become an Insight Fellow! The Insight Data Fellows Programs are tuition-free fellowships for graduating students, PhDs, and postdocs. The application deadline for Insight’s Fellowships is quickly approaching on October 22.

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UCSB Library Open Access Week 2018


Open access is a new normal in scholarly publishing, where scholarly writings are available free online, with limited or no copyright restrictions, allowing authors to retain the rights to their work. International Open Access Week is an annual event that takes place the last week in October. The UCSB Library will be holding a series of events for Open Access week. Find out more here!

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Join the GSA Lounge Staff Team!

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The GSA Lounge is hiring! The Graduate Student Association Lounge Staff facilitates the overall operation and maintenance of the GSA lounge. This position gives graduate students an opportunity to gain a unique knowledge of graduate student government. Read on to learn more!

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Deadline extended: Call for summer 2019 teaching associate positions


The Office of Summer Sessions is recruiting graduate students to teach INT 93LS (Introduction to Research in STEM fields) courses in Summer 2019 as part of a 4‐week pre‐college program that provides qualified high school students (residential and commuter) an introduction to the research enterprise. Applications are due October 22, 2018.

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Deadline Extended: OIC seeks TA Pedagogical Advisor

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The Office of Instructional Consultation (OIC) is hiring for their Teaching Assistant Development Program (TADP). TADP supports academic departments in designing and offering centralized training for their TAs and to assist the campus in preparing graduate students for their teaching role as future university faculty. Application deadline extended to September 27th.

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