Newsletter: Carleton Sentinel

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  • Green Corps is Hiring

    September 18, 2015

    Green Corps is looking for college graduates interested in a paid training program in environmental organizing and advocacy.  Application deadline is October 11, 2015.  Click below for more information.

  • Georgia Tech announces a new doctoral program that brings the physical, mathematical, and biological sciences together in one Ph.D.  Apply by December 15, 2015.  Click here for more information.

  • Graduate School Fellowship

    September 18, 2015

    If you're planning to apply to graduate school, you should definitely consider applying for a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship or a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship. Though they are difficult to obtain, Carleton students have gotten them in the past. Furthermore, they can provide you with both money and significantly more flexibility in graduate school. Go for it!

  • Student Job Opportunity

    September 18, 2015

    Anna Rafferty is looking to hire a student to help with website development and design for a project on helping students learn algebra. The position will be roughly 4-6 hours weekly for the term, with possibilities to continue in future terms depending on how things go. Experience in Java is necessary, and past work with event driven programs would be very helpful. There will be ample opportunities for creativity, as the work will mainly involve improving the aesthetics of the website, and interest in design is a definite plus. Contact Anna at arafferty@carleton.edu if you’re interested.

  • Pandora Information Session

    September 18, 2015

    Come and hear about internships and full-time job opportunities with Pandora.  Meeting will be on Wednesday, September 23 at 5 p.m. in CMC 206. 

  • Internship Opportunity

    September 18, 2015

    MyApprovals is a cybersecurity startup company, founded by Royce Cannon and Mike Scheuerman in the Twin Cities.  They are looking for an intern.  Click below for more information.

  • Summer Job Opportunity

    June 12, 2015

    RED Food is a student-owned start-up seeking a CS student interested in joining a software development project this summer. RED Food is currently building a prototype online market place that aggregates small-scale farmers' products in a searchable database, offering a new local food supply to the Twin Cities restaurant industry. Students with experience with Java Script and Ruby on Rails are preferred. RED Food is competing in the Minnesota Cup this summer for further funding and looking to expand the development team. If interested please contact Katie Myhre.

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  • Congratulations to the following students who received Distinction in Computer Science Comps:  David Ashinsky, Leah Cole, Katja Collier, Lila Conlee, Matt Cotter, Pat Dale, Larkin Flodin, Charlotte Foran, Karen Halls, Danny Hanson, Avery Johnson, Emily Johnston, Thor Laack-Veeder, Sarah LeBlanc, Ken Schiller, Emily Shack, Alex Simonides, and Sam Watson.

  • Job Opportunity

    May 22, 2015

    St. Olaf is looking to hire a full-time Linux Systems Administrator/Programmer.  If you're interested, contact Craig Rice.

  • Each year the Computer Science Department awards the David Pollatsek '96 Prize in Computer Science to the graduating senior or seniors who best reflect David's special strengths:  his intellectual curiosity, his creativity, his imaginative programming, his love of art, and his flair for design.  This year the department is pleased to name Ken Schiller and Sarah LeBlanc as the co-recipients of the prize.  Congratulations to Ken and Sarah!

  • SDAs for 2015-16

    May 1, 2015

    Joy Hill and Laura Biester will be the Student Departmental Advisers (SDAs) for next year.  SDAs are a good resource to ask question about courses, prerequisites, registration, etc.  Our SDAs also organize social events and I am sure Joy and Laura have lots of fun things in store for you all. 

  • Carleton is looking for a student that is interested in working with the College's weather site.  Click below for more information.