Hi Ladies!We have a few opportunities that we received that we wanted to pass along to you!
Opportunity #1) For anyone planning on pursuing a Ph.D. in the described fields (below):National Science Foundation Program Opportunity The K-State NSF Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training (IGERT) Program is open to Ph.D. seeking students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents in Agricultural Economics, Agronomy, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Grain Science, and Sociology. Some of these departments will allow you to pursue your Ph.D. after you complete your baccalaureate degree. IGERT trainees are organized within interdisciplinary core teams working toward solutions of bioenergy-related problems that integrate technological, agroenvironmental, and socioeconomical issues. This mode of multidisciplinary interaction is central to IGERT program. Our IGERT team has created a highly integrated network of researchers focusing on the complex issues of sustainable bioenergy production. Every student in the program will receive a $30,000 annual stipend plus a $10,500 annual cost-of-education allowance which covers tuition, fees, and health insurance, as well as international travel and travel to professional conferences. Organized IGERT opportunities include:
– Mentoring of UG research students
– International travel and study
– Presentations at local, national and international conferences – Field experiences to learn about the aspects of biorefining which may be unknown to you
– Specialized topical courses
– And more The goal is provide a program which augments your learning experience without adding additional requirements. The IGERT website is: http://igert.ksu.edu/, to inquire to the program complete the on-line inquiry form here: http://igert.ksu.edu/inquiry
If you’re interested in learning more, please contact, Keith Rutlin at (785) 532-2029.
Opportunity #2) For anyone looking for an internship, or job opportunity in the field of electrical engineering in the Austin/San Antonio area.The Continental Corporation is looking for women electrical engineers in the San Antonio and Austin Area. The work location is in Seguin, Texas, which is located between the two cities. They are looking for entry level candidates and possible interns. For more information about the Continental Corporation, which is a global company focused on the automotive industry check out their website: http://www.conti-online.com. If you are interested in learning more, you may contact Eric Garza-Colvin (HR manager) at 830-372-7815 (office) or 830-305-5063 (cell).
Opportunity #3): Women undergraduate engineering students looking for scholarship money/internship opportunities (this scholarship opportunity is also applicable to Seniors pursuing Masters)!Greetings from the Hispanic Scholarship Fund! The Hispanics Scholarship Fund, and the Marathon Oil Corporation have partnered to provide financial resources to an outstanding African/Black, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander American and Hispanic American/Latino undergraduate students with scholarships up to $15,000 and paid internship opportunities. This prgram is for students who will be entering the 2011-2012 academic year as a sophomore or will graduate in May or June 2014, and are majoring in of the following majors: – Chemical Engineering – Accounting – Computer Science – Computer Engineering – Electrical Engineering – Environmental Engineering – Geology/Geosciences – Information Technology (IT/MIS) – Mechanical Engineering – Petroleum Engineering – Supply Chain Management (Management) Likewise, Seniors with plans to enroll in Master’s Program for Petroleum Engineering or Geology/Geosciences are eligible and encouraged to apply. * Applicants must be US Citizens or Legal Permanent Resident. The last day to apply is November 1, 2011! If you’d like more info check out this website: http://www.hsf.net/marathon.aspx
Make sure to spread the word to your sections about these awesome opportunities!