Computer Engineering Scholarships
Monday, Mar. 9, 2015 3:03 PM
What is REU?
The Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site at Florida International University (FIU) provides research experience to undergraduate students during a 10 week summer program starting on May 1, 2015. Surf the wave with ASSET Research! The research projects during the summer program will be centered around the theme of Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies (ASSET). Students will improve the understanding of the nature of research practice and scientific reasoning and learn the process of conducting research and hands-on knowledge of applied and basic research.
Why REU at FIU?
Students will be paid $5,000 for doing some cutting-edge research!
- Students will work with world-renowned faculty.
- Out-of-town students are provided with housing and travel expenses.
- Students will work on cutting-edge research in the area of Advanced Secure Sensor Enabling Technologies, in team-oriented projects where each student gets to learn from his or her team-mates and building critical social interaction and communication skills.
- Provide students with a collegial partnership experience with faculty and peers.
- Improve oral and written comprehension and communication of technical knowledge.
- Spark an interest in continuing relevant research in graduate.
- And of course, students will spend a summer in Miami with its excellent Beaches and warm waters
Application Instructions are accessible http://it2.fiu.edu/IT2_REU.php
Nature of Activities for Students
Active Learners as Members of a Research Community
Faculty and Peer Mentoring
Recreation and Social Activities
Workshops and Seminars
- Heuristics in Picking up Specific Research Skills
- How to apply and Succeed in Graduate School
- Technical & Professional Seminars
- Weekly Invited Talks on Emerging Research
- Journal Club
For More Information: email@example.com
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 9:31 AM
--Are you a Computer Science or Engineering major interested in an excitinginternship
at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
--Do you have great Computer Science skills?
--Do you have a GPA of 3.0 or above?
--Are you a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident?
If you answered "YES" to the above, JPL
would like you to apply for a paidinternship
: We request applications by 2/9/15 for priority consideration however you may also apply afterwards. The sooner you apply, the sooner you can be evaluated and selected.
: Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT TO INCLUDE:
1. Specific projects will be determined based on qualifications and experience.
2. U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residence status required
3. Must be a current student to be eligible. Students graduating in Spring 2015 who will be enrolled in graduate school in Fall 2015 are eligible in continuing student status.
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 9:29 AM
WHEN: Thursday, 2/26 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM
WHERE: Benson, Parlor B
Kaiser's Rotational Program is dedicated to training the next generation of technology experts at Kaiser Permanente. Program members will select four six-month rotations through various areas within Kaiser’s IT organization, developing and applying new skills as they progress through their two years in the program.
Join the nation’s leading not-for-profit health plan. From award-winning care to tireless research, innovative strategies to advanced technologies, we are leading the charge for total health, and at Kaiser Permanente, status quo isn’t in our vocabulary.
Kaiser Permanente’s Chief Technology Office (CTO) organization is dedicated to advancing technological innovation throughout KP, developing and integrating new tools and methodologies. We focus on:
· Strategic Platforms (such as cloud computing and mobile devices)
· Enterprise Architecture
· Data Management
· Advanced analytics and Data Science,
· Application Management and improvement
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 9:28 AM
Graduating high school seniors, undergraduate students and graduate students, who intend to or are currently pursuing a science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) degree at an accredited college/university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico, are encouraged to apply for these merit-based scholarships. In addition, students must have an overall minimum 3.0 GPA and must be of Hispanic descent or demonstrate extensive leadership and service within the Hispanic community.
Don't Delay. The application deadline is 11:59 PM PST, on April 30, 2015. Please forward and share this scholarship announcement.
Scholarship awards range from $500 - $10,000.
In 2014, GMiS awarded over $300,000 in financial support to qualified STEM students. Since 2001, over 930 students have received more than $2.3M in scholarships.
Scholarship recipients will be invited to attend the 2015 HENAAC Conference, from October 14 – 18, 2015, in Pasadena, CA. Great Minds in STEM subsidizes over $850 in additional registration, travel and housing for the Scholars to attend this conference, where they will meet their sponsors, be awarded their scholarship and formally recognized as new members of the GMiS Scholars Society.
Information on all the various types of scholarships offered by GMiS is available on its website. Below is a sample of a few scholarships.
U.S. Navy STEM Scholarship - These highly-competitive $10,000 scholarships are awarded to qualified graduating high school seniors, who have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and will be pursuing a STEM degree at a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI). During their first semester in college, these scholars have the opportunity to apply for the Student Employment Program, which provides them a summer internship and continued funding through their undergraduate career, so long as the student maintains a competitive GPA.
Intel Scholarship - These highly-competitive $10,000 scholarships are awarded to qualified students pursuing a masters degree in computer science or information technology, and have a high career interest to work for Intel.
Lemus Medical - This merit-based scholarship is awarded to a medical student completing their studies at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine.