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Have you ever wondered what Google looks for on a resume or in a technical interview? How about which technical positions and internships are available to students? Or maybe you simply want to know what the deal is with the free food?

Well, look no further: All your questions will be answered on a YouTube live stream series happening this fall -- and you’re invited!

Each week you will have two opportunities to tune into a live event with Googlers (engineers, technical recruiters, former interns, and more). Topics from how to make a technical resume stand out to what a day in the life of a Google engineer really looks like. Each event will have a live Q&A element so you can ask any questions they may have!

Find out more about this opportunity here:
http://ow.ly/d/5fEo

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CAHSI has been mentioned on this article which states that the National Science Foundation has awarded UTEP $1.9 million dollars to prepare for a new generation in Computer Science! http://ow.ly/822Z302rYIs

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CAHSI will be partnering with Great Minds in STEM in the promotion of STEM Career Pathways for Hispanic Students and Professionals.

CAHSI Students: Get your abstracts ready!

More exciting information coming soon.
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Are you interested in participating in the cybersecurity community? If you haven’t already, send your application to the 2016 NSF Cybersecurity Summit. The deadline for the Call for Participation applications have been extended!

The event itself will take place Tuesday, August 16th through Thursday, August 18th at the Westin Arlington Gateway near National Science Foundation Headquarters in Arlington, VA.

Call for Participation (CFP) - Now Open
Program content for the summit is driven by our community. We invite proposals for presentations, breakout and training sessions as well as nominations for student scholarships.

To learn more about the CFP please visit:
http://trustedci.org/2016-nsf-cfp/

Each year, the summit organizers invite several students to attend the summit. Reimbursement of travel expenses may be available.

On behalf of the 2016 NSF Cybersecurity Summit organizers and program committee, we welcome your participation and hope to see you in August.

More information can be found at:
http://trustedci.org/2016summit

For more information about the conference:
http://trustedci.org/summit2016/students/

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The 2016 Super Computing Conference is accepting applications!

Experiencing HPC for Undergraduates, the SC16 Early Career Professionals program, and the ACM Student Poster Competition are all still open too.

SC16 aims to bring together the international supercomputing community- a gathering of scientists, engineers, researchers, educators, programmers, system administrators and developers -through the use of recognized technical programs and several other opportunities. In doing so, SC16 is an opportunity to learn about many of the technologies that will shape the future of large-scale technical computing and data-driven science.

If you’d like to find out more about SC2016:
http://sc16.supercomputing.org/attendees/
http://sc16.supercomputing.org/

To find out more about the other opportunities SC16 has:
http://ow.ly/d/4WlA

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The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP) has extended the application deadline for the class of 2016!

This program is designed to increase the diversity of faculty at Rochester Institute of Technology. This innovative program is key to RIT's diversity goals, as it attracts scholars nearing the end of their doctoral or MFA studies, as well as post-docs and junior faculty, to visit RIT for a prospective look.

FFCEP allows RIT deans and department chairs to engage with invited scholars in discussions about their academic work and career interests. Participants are able to discover RIT's unique teaching and research philosophies. They can converse with administration about current open faculty positions, or ones that may become available in the near future. If selected to participate in the program, individuals are eligible for an all-expenses-paid trip to visit RIT, located in Rochester, New York.

If you have any questions, please:
Email facultyr@rit.edu or call 585-475-5775.

Apply here:
http://www.rit.edu/academicaffairs/facultyrecruitment/faculty_program.php

See a complete list of the programs offered here:
http://www.rit.edu/programs/

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The deadline for the XSEDE16 funding opportunity is approaching, don't forget to submit your application! http://ow.ly/d/4L0V

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Submit your Application for a Great Minds in STEM™ (GMiS) 2015-16 HENAAC Scholarship!

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. Students must have an overall minimum 3.0 GPA and must be of Hispanic descent or demonstrate strong leadership or service within the Hispanic community.

For more information:
http://www.greatmindsinstem.org/college/scholarship-application-information

Find out more:
http://ow.ly/d/4H9J

Deadline:
11:59 PM PST, April 30, 2016

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Ladies, apply now for the 2016 workshop Rising Stars in EECS: An Academic Workshop for Women, hosted by by Carnegie Mellon University‘s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering Center for Faculty Success, and the School of Computer Science from October 30th to November 2nd, 2016.

This opportunity is aimed towards female graduate students within approximately 1-2 years of graduating with a Ph.D. at the time of the workshop or postdoctoral researchers who have obtained a Ph.D. no earlier than 2014 and do not currently hold a faculty position to apply online by June 15.

Rising Stars is a career-building workshop for women electrical and computer engineers and computer scientists interested in careers in academia. This year’s workshop will be held at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Rising Stars brings together over 60 top female graduates in the fields of electrical and computer engineering and computer science for two days of scientific interactions and career-oriented discussions.

The conference will include poster session as well as presentations on aspects of life in academia—from finding a faculty position to how to succeed as a junior faculty member. Participants will have the opportunity to present their ongoing research, interact with faculty members from top institutions, and receive advice for advancing their careers.

For more information:
https://risingstars.ece.cmu.edu/

Deadline:
June 15

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Apply now for the iSchool Inclusion Institute’s 2016 Summer Research Program!

The iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3) is an undergraduate research and leadership development program that prepares students from underrepresented populations for graduate study and careers in the information sciences. Only 25 students from across the country are selected each year to become i3 Scholars. Those students undertake a yearlong experience that includes two summer institutes hosted by the University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences and a research project spanning the year.

Program Funding and Benefits
• Receive full funding for program expenses, including transportation to and from Pittsburgh, campus housing, and meals
• Earn a stipend while you complete the program: $1,200 for the Introductory Institute | $600 for the Concluding Institute
• Prepare for the GRE with free training sessions

For more information:
http://ow.ly/d/4F8X

Application Deadline:
April 25,2016
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