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C AR E E R C E N TE R                                                                                     November 2, 2007

Below is a brief overview of recently received full time positions and internships from our online database, yoURCAREERLINK,
accessed via our website at Your login is your full UR email address and your password is
your UR ID#. Click INTERNSHIP or JOBS (depending on your preference) and enter the "EMPLOYER NAME" in the KEYWORD
search on the student home page or search by another keyword of your choice.

   Advanced Acoustic Concepts, Inc. // Software Engineer Intern, Systems Engineer Intern
   American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) // Department of Defense, Science, Mathematics and Research for
    Transformation (SMART) Program // Deadline 12/14/07
   Broadcom // Hardware Engineering, Test Engineering and Other Internship Opportunities
   Cerner Corporation // Software Engineer, Systems Consultant, Intern
   Harvard – MIT Health Sciences and Technology // Summer Institute Research Positions
   LaBella Associates // Engineering Internship // Deadline: 3/1/08
   Maria Mitchell Observatory // REU in Astronomy // Deadline: 2/15/08
   Mayo Medical Center // Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship // Deadline 2/1/08
   Medical University of South Carolina // Summer Undergraduate Research Program // Deadline: 3/1/08

   Intevac // Electrical Engineer, Junior Buyer – Imaging, Software Engineer – Imaging, Analyst Junior Level, Product Marketing
    Specialist, Mechanical Engineer // Application Deadline: 11/4/07
   Washington Group International // Engineers, Consulting Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Junior Buyer – Imaging, Software
    Engineer – Imaging, Analyst Junior Level, Product Marketing Specialist // Application Deadline: 11/4/07
   Edmund Optics // Applications Engineer // Application Deadline: 11/11/07

Interactive Brokers // IB Collegiate Trading Olympiad// Deadline: December 31, 2007

   Google Inc. // 11/8/07 at 6:30pm, Goergen 101
   Peace Corps Alumni Panel // 11/12/07 at 5:30 pm, Stackel Room
   American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Scholarship // 11/14/07 at 5pm, 303F Meliora Hall (Career Center)
   Washington Group International // 11/15/07 at 6pm, Stackel Room
   Edmund Optics – INFORMATION SESSION // 11/27/07 (Time/location TBD)

Advanced Acoustic Concepts (AAC) provides innovative solutions for sonar detection and classification, torpedo defense, advanced
distributed training, learning and knowledge management systems, software engineering and systems integration. AAC is a technical
leader in the design and development of software products. These products run in open architecture environments, which employ
mainstream, readily available commercial license-free hardware and software. AAC has been selected by the United States Navy as a
lead contractor for the Surface Ship Torpedo Defense program. With extensive experience in both Under Sea Warfare (USW) sensor
signal processing and training applications, AAC is able to provide a synergistic approach to producing high fidelity, innovative signal
processing and training products for the Navy. Through the installation of common technology across several Navy warfighting
platforms, the company has emerged as a leading supplier of Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) automated, real time processing
systems and provider of tactical training support to the U.S. Navy.
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         -   Software Engineer Intern (PAID) - Candidates should have knowledge of C/C++ coding and object oriented design.
             We are particularly interested in applicants with one or more of the following skills: algorithm development skills,
             understanding of UDP and TCP/IP, understanding of CORBA, knowledge of Linux/Unix and X Windows, multithread
             software design, SQL, Microsoft Access Programming and JAVA.
         -   Systems Engineer Intern (PAID) - Candidates should have a working knowledge of MATLAB. We are particularly
             interested in applicants with one or more of the following skills: basic Understanding of Algorithm Design, knowledge
             of C/C++, knowledge of signal processing in the areas of sonar, radar and/or communications systems design analysis
             and knowledge of system design, analysis and performance prediction, test and integration

Founded in 1893, the American Society for Engineering Education is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions
committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology. In pursuit of academic excellence, ASEE develops
policies and programs that enhance professional opportunities for engineering faculty members, and promotes activities that support
increased student enrollments in engineering and engineering technology colleges and universities. Strong communication and
collaboration with national and international organizations further advances ASEE's mission. ASEE also fulfills its mission by
providing a valuable communication link among corporations, government agencies, and educational institutions. ASEE's 12,000+
members include deans, department heads, faculty members, students, and government and industry representatives who hail from all
disciplines of engineering and engineering technology. ASEE's organizational membership is composed of 400 engineering and
engineering technology colleges and affiliates, more than 50 corporations, and numerous government agencies and professional
associations. ASEE directs many of its efforts at providing for open and ongoing dialogues among these groups.
          - Department of Defense Science, Mathematics, And Research for Transformation (SMART) Program (PAID)- The
          Department of Defense (DoD) is proud to offer internships and scholarships to undergraduate, master's and doctoral students
          who have demonstrated ability and special aptitude for training in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
          fields. The DoD also offers them career opportunities to continue their research as civilian employees of a DoD laboratory
          after graduation. The Science, Mathematics, And Research for Transformation (SMART) Defense Scholarship for Service
          Program offers our nation's research leaders of tomorrow not only an education but rewarding career opportunities.
          To learn more and apply, please visit Deadline: 12/14

Broadcom Corporation is a major technology innovator and global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications.
Broadcom products enable the delivery of voice, video, data and multimedia to and throughout the home, the office and the mobile
environment. We provide the industry's broadest portfolio of state of-the-art, system-on-a-chip and software solutions to
manufacturers of computing and networking equipment, digital entertainment and broadband access products, and mobile devices.
These solutions support our core mission: Connecting everything®. Broadcom is one of the world's largest fabless semiconductor
companies, with 2006 revenue of $3.67 billion, and holds over 2,000 U.S. and 800 foreign patents, more than 6,000 additional pending
patent applications, and one of the broadest intellectual property portfolios addressing both wired and wireless transmission of voice,
video and data.
         - Broadcom's Internship/Co-Op Program is a paid, full-time (40+ hours) internship or co-op. The University Relations
              department assists business units and their departments by providing formalized intern programming throughout the
              internship to assimilate the interns to common Broadcom practices and skills needed to satisfy their internship or Co-Op
              requirements. Opportunities are available for Hardware Engineering, Analog-RF Design Engineering Intern, Design
              Engineering Intern, Hardware and Systems Engineering Intern. Interns are students who are currently pursuing a BS, MS
              or PhD degree from an accredited University or College. Students can use their work experience at Broadcom to gain
              practical knowledge in their chosen major, dependent on class load and work authorization restrictions, if any.
         - Hardware and Software Applications Group Interns - The fabless wired and wireless communications semiconductor
              innovator is on a hiring spree. As one of Fortune magazine's "Most Admired Companies" we promote an open work
              environment, embrace change, take risks and do the impossible every day. Aggressive execution is at the core of who
              we are and we take pride in outdoing, outsmarting and outselling the competition. Today, we're seeking hardware and
              software innovators and team players who get things done and share a passion for cellular, Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi®
              technology, HDTVs, portable MP3/multi-media players, hi-speed Internet access, 3-D gaming, digital security, and
              more. Now is your chance to join the strongest engineering team and use the latest tools and methodologies to solve
              real-world problems for the world's most impressive brands in the consumer electronics industry.


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C AR E E R C E N TE R                                                                                       November 2, 2007

Cerner Corporation is a global healthcare information systems company with more than 1,500 clients worldwide and is the leading
supplier of healthcare information technology. Cerner designs, develops, markets, installs and supports clinical and non-clinical
information systems for the healthcare industry. Our passion for health care – our only focus from our inception – and proven vision
and results are a testament to our commitment.
         - Software Engineer – Cerners Software Engineers are instrumental in the development and support of Cerner's leading
              edge clinical and management information systems. Software Engineers are responsible for fully understanding user
              requirements, providing input to functional design, developing applications, testing systems, and troubleshooting across
              Cerner's entire family of solutions. To accomplish their work, they use a variety of languages, including Java, Visual
              C++, Visual Basic, C++ and SQL using Oracle or Access databases.
         - System Consultant - Cerner's System Consultants design, install, implement, and provide technical support for Cerner
              application software. They consult with clients, analyze information requirements, design system information flow,
              implement processes, install and support Cerner and third-party licensed software (IBM, HP, ORACLE, and others) and
              configure systems and application software for optimal performance, recoverability, and availability.
         - Internship Program - Cerner's internship program is a great opportunity for students who are interested in working in
              an information systems environment. Our interns are part of a team and can look forward to a positive, productive
              experience. We view internships as a "win-win" situation for the intern and for Cerner! Our interns are equipped with the
              latest tools and technology and have the possibility of returning as full-time associates. When considering and internship,
              please keep in mind that Cerner asks for a three month commitment.

The Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST) is the most successful interdisciplinary biomedical engineering
and physician scientist training program in the country. With over 400 students enrolled in Master's, Ph.D., and M.D. programs, HST
is a joint collaboration between MIT and Harvard where HST M.D. students receive a medical degree from Harvard Medical School
and most HST Ph.D.'s are granted by MIT. But ALL HST students are trained to appreciate clinical investigation. The hallmark of
HST educational programs is creating for HST students the amazing opportunity to engage in research and a curriculum where they
learn the tools to begin their own translation of innovation from the laboratory bench to the bedside -- and in parallel, the transferal of
clinical insight from the bedside back to the lab. HST students are trained to have a deep understanding of engineering, physical
sciences, and the biological sciences, complemented with hands-on experience in the clinic or in industry; and students become
conversant with the underlying quantitative and molecular aspects of medicine and biomedical science.
           - The Summer Institute at Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology - offers a unique opportunity for outstanding
           students considering a career in biomedical engineering and medical science. Program participants gain hands-on research
           experience working alongside members of an internationally recognized scientific community. The programs are designed to
           help participants explore career options or prepare for graduate level research. There are two exciting areas of study to choose
           from: Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics HST's Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics program (BIG) trains
           students in the quantitative sciences, providing them with broad knowledge of biology and clinical medicine, along with
           specific skills in the engineering and information science of genomics. Biomedical Optics: This nine-week research program
           immerses students in the growing and dynamic field of biomedical optics—the use of light in biology and medicine.
           Biomedical optics is already a driving force behind a number of new applications, including minimally invasive surgery,
           which uses optical techniques to view the inside of the body through tiny incisions.

LaBella Associates, P.C., one of Rochester's leading engineering and architectural firms, was formed in 1978 by professional
engineer, Salvatore A. LaBella. Headquartered in Rochester's High Falls District, the firm currently has a staff of 120 people. This
fast-growing firm has received design awards for engineering and architecture at local and national levels. The Chamber of Commerce
has included LaBella Associates, P.C. in the Top 100 fastest growing firms in Rochester. Again and again during its 29-year history,
the firm has shown its capacity to reach for imaginative and excellent solutions to some of the community's most demanding
architectural, engineering, and environmental challenges, and has won respect for its skill in managing complex major projects with
multiple stakeholders, including government agencies, the private sector, and citizens.
         - Engineering Internship - LaBella Associates P.C is a multi-disciplined engineering, architecture, planning
         and environmental firm dedicated to clients' satisfaction through teamwork, respect and trust. We currently provide paid
         summer internships (approx. 40 hours a week) and occasional internships throughout the year in the following areas:
         Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical and electrical engineering, Structural engineering,
         Planning, Transportation engineering. These internships provide students with the opportunity to work with licensed
         professionals on innovative and technically challenging projects in the Rochester area.
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C AR E E R C E N TE R                                                                                     November 2, 2007

Located 30 miles off the Massachusetts coast on Nantucket Island, the Maria Mitchell Association (MMA) honors America's first
professional woman astronomer who believed that students learned best by doing real research projects. The MMA is dedicated to
furthering science education, encouraging women in science, and serving as a science resource for Nantucket. Our MISSION is to
increase knowledge and public awareness of the universe and the natural world through programs of scientific research and education.
Astronomical research at the Maria Mitchell Association is conducted by the director of astronomy, Dr. Vladimir Strelnitski, with the
assistance of visiting senior staff and six summer student research assistants appointed every year through the Research Experiences
for Undergraduates (REU) program, funded by the National Science Foundation. Recent senior visiting astronomers have included Dr.
Nikolai Samus of the Sternberg Astronomical Institute of the Moscow State University, and Dr. Geoffrey Clayton of the University of
         - REU in Astronomy - In the framework of its NSF funded REU program, the Maria Mitchell Observatory (MMO) will
              have up to six research positions in the summer of 2008 for qualified undergraduate students with interests in astonomy
              and physics. The positions provide an opportunity for students to conduct independent research supervised by the senior
              staff of the MMO and qualified visiting scientists. The Maria Mitchell Association (MMA) of which the MMO is one
              department, has been supervising undergraduate research in astronomy for fifty years, including 17 years within the NSF
              REU Program. The current research areas include forming stars and planetary systems, variable stars and galactic nuclei,
              astrophysical masers and lasers, astrochemistry, observations of exosolar planets and other topics. The students will
              have an excellent opportunity to aquire observational learning material for their projects by observing the new MMO 24"
              Ritchey-Chretien telescope with a CCD camera, and, possibly, by doing on-site and/or remote observations with the
              ARO 12-m millimeter-wave radio telescope on Kitt Peak, AZ. Students are helped to develop their skills in presenting
              results at conferences and in research papers. The major results of the student projects are presented at the winter
              meeting of the American Astronomical Society and other meetings. Most of the students have also been authors or co-
              authors of papers published in scientific journals. Students acquire teaching skills by assisting with the Observatory's
              public "Open Nights" and by guiding public tours of the permanent Astronomy exhibit.

Mayo Foundation is a charitable, not-for-profit organization based in Rochester, Minn. Its mission is to provide the best care to every
patient every day through integrated clinical practice, education and research. The foundation is governed by a 30-member Board of
Trustees comprised of 16 public members and 14 Mayo physicians and administrators.
         - Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship - The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program of
         the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine is for students who see themselves as research scientists of the future. It is particularly
         suited for those who want to do research that has the ultimate goal of improving medical treatments. Each year, 80-90
         undergraduates from around the U.S. come to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, to work with investigators on a broad
         array of biomedical research questions. Approximately ten fellowships are also available at Mayo's sites in Scottsdale,
         Arizona and Jacksonville, Florida. Mayo's SURF program provides more than just work experience in a lab. As a SURF
         fellow you will conduct a small research project or work on part of an ongoing research investigation for 10 weeks, develop
         technical, analytical and communication skills, participate in a weekly seminar series that introduces rapidly progressing
         research areas, acquire in-depth knowledge related to a scientific field and receive advising on applying to PhD, MD and
         MD/PhD programs.

Our college is committed to the graduate training of tomorrow's biomedical research scientists. There are a variety of areas for
training in cutting edge research for students pursuing a Masters of Science or Doctor of Philosophy degree in the
biomedical sciences. We also offer an NIH funded MD/PhD program with the College of Medicine, a DMD/PhD program with
the College of Dental Medicine and a PharmD/PhD with the College of Pharmacy for students interested in careers in medical, dental
or pharmaceutical research.
          - Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) - The College of Graduate Studies at the Medical University of
          South Carolina offers a Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) for qualified undergraduates who are interested in
          pursuing research careers as PhD or MD/Phd candidates. Students may work with faculty on cutting-edge research in the
          disciplines of: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics & Epidemiology, Cancer Biology
          Cardiovascular Biology, Cell & Molecular Pharmacology, Cell Signaling, Genetics & Gene Medicine, Marine Biomedicine
          Microbiology & Immunology, Neurosciences/Substance Abuse/High Resolution Brain Imaging, Pathology & Laboratory
          Medicine, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Proteomics, Structural & Chemical Biology. The SURP program runs for ten weeks
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C AR E E R C E N TE R                                                                                      November 2, 2007

         beginning somewhere between June 2, 2008 and August 8, 2008. All candidates accepted to the MUSC SURP must be able
         to attend during this time frame. Students are awarded a position based on their motivation and desire to enter a career in
         Biomedical Research. In most instances, students are placed in a laboratory working in an area of the student's stated interest.
         Each student is given his/her own project and is expected to perform as a graduate student. Students will present their
         research at a Power Point Session at the end of the summer.

Below is a list of the employers who will be visiting campus soon to meet with students interested in these opportunities. Deadlines to
apply are also listed. Information Sessions are also listed. Attending an employer's information session gives you the chance to meet
them face to face before the interview.
To learn more and apply to a position, please log into CareerLink at and click on "yoUR
CareerLink" under the student section.

Intevac // Electrical Engineer, Junior Buyer – Imaging, Software Engineer – Imaging, Analyst Junior Level, Product
Marketing Specialist, Mechanical Engineer // Application Deadline: 11/4/07
Intevac (NASDAQ: IVAC) was founded in 1991. The company is head-quartered in Santa Clara (CA) and has a global presence with
offices in United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, China and Japan. Intevac is the market leader in magnetic media deposition
technology and a provider of leading edge extreme low light imaging sensor cameras and systems.

Washington Group International // Engineers, Consulting Engineer // Application Deadline: 11/4/07
Washington Group International and its affiliate, Washington Safety Management Solutions, provide consulting and technical services
for high hazard facilities and projects. Washington Safety Management Solutions Mid-America is located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee
and provides project management, construction, environmental and waste management, engineering, safety analysis, and regulatory
services. We support chemical and nuclear facilities at the Department of Energy Sites in Oak Ridge, and the Uranium Enrichment
Facilities in Portsmouth, Ohio and Paducah, Kentucky. Washington Group works at hundreds of locations across the U.S. and around
the world.
 Washington Group International – INFORMATION SESSION // 11/15/07 at 6pm, Stackel Room

Edmund Optics // Applications Engineer // Application Deadline: 11/11/07
Edmund Optics has been a leading supplier of optics and optical components to the industry since 1942, designing and manufacturing
a wide array of multi-element lenses, lens coatings, imaging systems, and opto-mechanical equipment. Although we are well known
as a catalog-based distributor of industrial optics and related products, we offer much more - including a number of engineering and
manufacturing services - to our customers. A worldwide presence in industrial optics, we have offices in the United States, Japan,
China, Germany, Korea, the United Kingdom and Singapore, as well as sales representation in Israel and Switzerland.
 Edmund Optics – INFORMATION SESSION // 11/27/07 (Time/location TBD)

At least ten scholarships of $2,500 and $5,000 will be awarded to undergraduate students intending to become consulting engineers.
Only students having completed their third year of study (4 year program) or fourth year of study (5 year program) in Mechanical,
Electrical, Computer, Chemical or Biomedical Engineering by June 2008 are eligible for the scholarship. Applications must be
accompanied by a certified transcript and received at ACEC New York Headquarters by December 3, 2007.
 Information Session // 11/14/07 at 5pm, 303F Meliora Hall (Career Center)
Scholarship applications may be obtained at the information session, or by sending a request to

IB wants you! Compete in the 3rd annual IB Trading Olympiad by building a program trading application in Excel, C++, Java or
Visual Basic and earning the greatest trading profit. Up to 113 prices will be awarded, including $100,000 for first place. All winners
will be considered for full-time employment. All full- or part-time undergraduate or graduate students with programming experience
may apply. No previous trading experience necessary. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis and
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C AR E E R C E N TE R                                                                                   November 2, 2007

participation may be limited. No application will be accepted after December 31, 2007. Trading will start on January 7 and conclude
on February 29. Detailed instructions about the step-by-step application process can be found at

   Engineering and Computer Science Office Hours – every Tuesday from 3:00-6:00 pm. Bring your questions regarding
    engineering and computer science careers, job search, resumes, cover letters, and more.

   Fall Workshop Series: The Career Center is pleased to introduce a series of two workshops aimed at helping you conduct your
    internship or job search more effectively. Each workshop will be held twice per week on the days and times below. No advance
    registration is required; just join us at the Career Center for a fun and informative session! CONDUCTING AN ONLINE JOB
    OR INTERNSHIP SEARCH: Mondays at 2 pm and Thursdays at 4 pm. UNDERSTANDING THE TRUTH ABOUT
    INTERNSHIPS: Tuesdays at 3 pm and Wednesdays at 11am.

   Winter 2008 Career and Internship Connection (CIC) Events
    The Career Center is pleased to announce Career and Internship Connections (CICs) 2008! Network and interview with 200+
    companies in New York, Washington DC, Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco! The 2008 dates for CICs are: Chicago on January
    3; Washington, DC on January 4; Boston on January 7; New York City on January 9; and San Francisco on January 11. Register
    Now! Visit and click registration tutorial for complete registration
    details. Or go directly to the registration site at This year’s PASSWORD
    TOKEN is “cic2008.” Additional job postings will be added to the website daily, so check back often! The deadline to upload
    your resume and apply for postings is November 26, 2007!


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