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Volume 20, Issue 30 (June 2, 2014)
Events happening this week in the physics and astronomy department.
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Monday (today!) June 2nd, all juniors plus faculty members will meet during the regular Contemporary time slot (5a or 1:50 pm) and classroom to discuss Important Things for Next Year.
Contemporary Experimental Physics Poster Session
Wednesday, June 4, during 5A, 2nd floor Olin
From silly putty to STMs, come learn about the projects that students have been working on in Phys 342 this term.
We've had some pretty awesome visiting professors the last few years! Sadly, for all of us, we've got three who will be moving on to new things next year. Come take a study break on Thursday (June 5th) at 2:00 pm in the 2nd Olin lounge to say farewell to professors Jay Tasson, Julie Coats, and Kassie Martin-Wells. There will be treats, of course!
Information that may be of interest to physics and astronomy faculty, staff, and students.
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I am part of the recruitment department for EnSoft Corp., a software development company in Ames, Iowa, affiliated with the Iowa State University Research Park. We have posted a software engineering position for physics majors that may be of interested to graduating seniors or young alumni. The position can be viewed here directly: http://ensoft.theresumator.com/apply/35ClxF/Software-Engineer-Entry-Level-for-Physics-Major.html If you would like more information about Ames, our company, or our career opportunities, please visit: http://www.ensoftcorp.com/careers
Work to protect the Boundary Waters with Environment Minnesota this summer!
The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. We run campaigns for the Human Rights Campaign, USPIRG, and Environment America. This summer we will be in over 50 cities, working and lobbying to help win environmental and social justice campaigns. In Minnesota, we’ll be working with Environment Minnesota to protect the Boundary Waters from toxic sulfide mining.
Last summer our staff worked to stop toxic gas drilling, end subsidies for junk food, and build support for equal rights for all Americans. Throughout the summer, our staff will build valuable leadership skills. Currently, we have paid positions open on our campaign staff in each of our locations across the country. We require that interested candidates are hard workers and have excellent communication skills.
As a member of our staff, you will fund-raise, build the membership of our partner groups, and educate and activate citizens on critical issues. You will also have the opportunity to organize press conferences and build coalitions with other non-profit organizations. While on staff, you will gain knowledge of pressing issues, learn how to effectively generate public support, and obtain a firm understanding of the political process.