Apply now for Professional Women's Association Book Grant

Book Grant Award

The UCSB Professional Women's Association awards a limited number of $200 book grants to non-traditional student(s) to help with purchasing textbooks and/or other academic materials needed. Non-traditional students include undergraduates over 24 and graduate students over 29 years old; students who are married or in a domestic partnership; and students who are parents or have dependents. Applications are due by April 3, 2020.

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Instructional Development resources for remote teaching

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Instructional Development at UCSB is working to develop resources to help students teach sections remotely during Spring Quarter. Read on for more specific information about tools for online teaching and how to use them. Resources will be updated on an ongoing basis.

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Summer data science fellowship opportunity


The Data Incubator's Summer 2020 Data Science Fellowship application is open! The Data Incubator is an intensive 8 week fellowship that prepares masters students, PhDs, and postdocs in STEM and social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. Read on for more info and to apply!

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IEE Apprentice Researchers program


The IEE Apprentice Researchers program is seeking graduate students in science and engineering research laboratories at UCSB to work with a highly motivated local high school student for 6-weeks this summer. This is a unique paid experience for graduate students to hone their skills in project development, management, and teaching. Read on for more info!

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Remote job opportunities in instructional support

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The Office of Instructional Development and CITRAL are hiring graduate students to assist instructors who are working to convert their classes to remote frameworks for spring 2020. They're hiring multiple people in two types of positions: short-term hourly Student Assistants, and Remote Teaching TAs. Both positions to begin as soon as possible.

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Tips from the NCFDD Monday Motivator: March Edition


Do you feel like every conversation you're having includes lengthy descriptions about how tired people are, how far behind they feel, and how they don't know when (or how) they will ever catch up? Read on for tips from the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD), an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community. Membership (free for UCSB students!) provides several forms of professional support to help combat common problems academics face - find out more here.

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MD Anderson Cancer Center's Postdoctoral Fellowship

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The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is currently accepting applications for the CPRIT TRIUMPH Postdoctoral Fellowship in translational cancer research. This three-year fellowship aims to further develop talented PhD or MD/PhDs into successful clinical/translational research scientists. Applications are reviewed quarterly with the next cycle due dates of March 31 and June 30, 2020.

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National Geographic internships & grants

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National Geographic has a 10-week summer paid internship program as well as several grant opportunities. Students interested in conservation, education, research, storytelling, and technology are encouraged to apply. Last date to apply for internships is March 13, and for grant programs is April 22.

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Boston Consultancy Group - Virtual Case Study Events

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Interested in learning about the world of consulting? Check out these virtual sessions for degree holders being offered by Boston Consultancy Group, one of the world's top consultancy firms. You'll learn about the real-world problems that BCG consultants encounter and the innovative solutions they provide to their clients. Sessions are on March 9, 16, & 24. RSVP now!

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Department of Energy: graduate student research awards in science

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Check out this opportunity to conduct research for your doctoral thesis at a top laboratory in the country. The Department of Energy's Graduate Student Research Program is interested in applicants in Microelectronics, Data Science, Fundamental Symmetries, and Accelerator Science. Apply by May 20!

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Career Talk: Doctorates Without Borders

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Tomorrow, Dr. Brandon Seto, Senior Floor Consultant to California State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon (and a UCSB history PhD), will give a talk about employment opportunities in government, advocacy, communications, and similar fields available to holders of PhDs. Lunch provided!

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Career Services: recruiter trends in 2020

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What are recruiters doing to recruit in the millennial+ age and what should you be prepared for as you embark on your job search? In the first of five blogposts for UCSB Career Services's Gaucho Blog, Diana Seder explains how recruiters are harnessing new technologies to expand the scope, nature, and reach of recruiting. Read on to learn more!

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Distinguished lecture by Dr. Deng Li

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On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, the UC Santa Barbara Computer Science Department will host SUMMIT.CS. As part of the summit, Dr. Deng Li, chief AI Officer for Citadel Securities will be giving a distinguished lecture titled "From Speech AI to Finance AI and Back." It will be from 3:30pm to 4:30pm at Corwin Pavilion.

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Apply for 2021-22 appointment to the UC Board of Regents


Apply for a two-year appointment to the University of California Board of Regents, the governing body for the entire 10-campus University system. The appointed Student Regent will receive a fee waiver or scholarship that covers mandatory University fees and tuition during the academic years when they serve. Application deadline is March 8.

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Science and engineering volunteer opportunity


Do you have an interest in helping junior high students and families gain familiarity with science and its importance in education? Family Ultimate Science Exploration (FUSE) is a program for underrepresented students and their families to gain familiarity with the practice of science, its importance in education, and its promise of exciting career options. Training for the FUSE program is scheduled for Thursday, February 27, 5:30-7:30pm in 1605 Elings Hall. Pizza will be provided.

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