Spring Wk 1 Announcements
Sign up to help out at open house! - NEW!
Open house is coming up next Friday, April 13th, and we are still in need of a few more volunteers! If you are free and want to help out with this event, please sign up on the Google Doc. This is a great opportunity to welcome the new students and their parents to the MATE family!
Alpha sigma mu 18th Annual MATE Banquet | April 20 | 7-10PM | ATL
Alpha Sigma Mu is hosting the 18th Annual Materials Engineering Banquet on Friday, April 20th at the ATL (Bldg 7). The theme is Fiesta! The event will begin at 7 PM and end at 10 PM. The banquet is the biggest social event of the year for the MATE department. There will be time to socialize with fellow materials engineers, delicious food (it will be Taqueria Santa Cruz this year!), and some excellent skits.
ASMu representatives will be stopping by MATE classes next week to sell tickets! Tickets will also be sold during UU hour in the MATE lounge on Thursday, 4/12. The tickets cost $10 for MATEs, and $20 for non-MATEs. If you or a group of MATEs have a skit or act that you may be interested in performing at the banquet, please let an ASMu representative know. For any questions, feel free to contact Alex Pauer (email@example.com).
Cal Poly Hunger Program Meal Vouchers
The Cal Poly Hunger Program ensures that all students have access to nutritious meals each day in order to stay focused on their education and success at Cal Poly. Any student is welcome to use these free, confidential, no-hassle services.
Meal vouchers are available to students experiencing a short-term financial need. Students can dine at 19 Metro Station (an all-you-care-to-eat restaurant) during the school year and the Avenue (food court) during the summer. Vouchers are distributed at the location shown below. Fore more information, visit the Student Affairs website.
Pick-Up Location: Dean of Students: Hillcrest, Building 81, 1A
CESAME (Center for Engineering, Science, and Mathematics Education) Opportunities
CESAME is offering multiple programs to engage and teach elementary and middle school students subjects related to STEM. Here are some of the programs:
- MOST (Mentors In Out Of School Time): Teach STEM-focused modules to students in an after school program at a local school. (Paid/Course Credit)
- LBDL (Learn by Doing Lab): Engage visiting 3rd-8th grade students in hands-on labs on campus. (Course Credit)
- TEAMS (Teacher Assistants in Mathematics and Science): Tutor or assist Math, Science, or AVID teachers in local middle school or high school classrooms. (Paid/Course Credit)
To learn more about these programs, visit CESAME, or contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS (EWB)
Project Meetings | Mondays | 7PM - 9PM: Feel free to try out different project teams and be sure to introduce yourselves to the PMs if you’re new to EWB! Here are the team room locations: Fiji (Room 10-231), Malawi (Room 22-211), Local Projects (Room 22-313), Nicaragua (Room 22-212), Thailand (Room 11-104)
Sustainability Task Force (STF) | Mondays | 6PM - 7PM | Bldg 10-231: STF is open to everyone and is a space to identify problems in EWB and collectively create solutions to improve our club.
Tea Time | Thursdays | 11AM - 12PM | Library 216K (fishbowls): Tea Time is a time to chat with the president and vice president about anything and everything. It’s basically open office hours and we’d love to see you! Look out for our EWB shirts/boxes of tea!
IMPACT | Tuesdays | 11AM - 12PM | Library 216Q (fishbowls): IMPACT organizes volunteering events that unite EWB members and fellow Cal Poly students with local nonprofits dedicated to the community EWB Cal Poly knows and loves.
Check out our Google Calendar!
2018 DGR Engineering Scholarship - Apply by May 15 - New!
2018 DGR Engineering Scholarship is available for those who have completed 45 semester credit hours by June 1 of the current year in an accredited undergraduate engineering or land surveying degree program within the US. DGR Engineering has created this scholarship to promote and advance the engineering profession in this region. Students can receive up to $2000 in scholarship. To be eligible to receive the scholarship, you must have completed 45 semester credit hours by June 1 of the current year in an accredited undergraduate engineering or land surveying degree program within the US and have a minimum GPS of 3.0. Preference will be considered for those in an electrical, civil, environmental, or agricultural engineering program. To apply or for more information, visit the website!
INTERNSHIPS, JOBS & REUs
SRAM LLC Internship Program Opportunity
SRAM LLC has recently started a companywide internship program and are currently looking for applicants for their Global CAD Team Intern and Design Engineering Intern positions in San Luis Obispo. SRAM LLC is one of the world’s largest suppliers of components to the bike industry and continues to promote cycling through its products, its advocacy, and its employees who are dedicated to the cycling experience. For more information, check out the flyer and apply on the SRAM LLC website!
Job Opening with LeFiell Manufacturing
LeFiell Manufacturing, an ESOP company, has an opening available for a candidate who would like to work with Aerospace alloys making forgings and specialty tube products in the Los Angeles area. We have captive heat treat and NDT facilities, along with our primary business of forming; forging, roll forming, swaging and extruding. We are experiencing extensive growth in our technical process areas and need an individual who wants to grow as we grow.
The candidate could have no experience to 5 years’ experience in the Materials or Metal Processing industries, enjoys customer interaction with Boeing, Pratt & Whitney and most primes. Must be organized and have very good communication skills.
To apply either call or email a resume to:
Ed Martinez (MATE Class of 1979), Director of Quality
13700 Firestone Blvd, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Phone: (562) 921-3411 ext. 330; Fax: (562) 926-1714
aBBOTt Materials Engineering Co-op 2018
Abbott is seeking a hands-on, proactive, high caliber Materials Technology co-op student to support full time engineers and scientists in the execution of materials-focused, medical device research and development. The candidate will utilize engineering concepts and processes to perform assignments of various scope and complexity towards developing and implementing solutions for routine to complex problems. For more information, download the co-op full description!
APPLIED MATERIALS NEW GRADuate OPPORTUNITIES
Applied Materials is actively recruiting upcoming graduates for our Engineering Rotation Program and Direct-Hire Positions in the Santa Clara, CA office. Interested candidates are directed to email a PDF copy of their resume to University_Relations@amat.com with the subject line “Cal Poly New Grad Applicant.” Any questions about the company or positions may also be directed to this address.
We are also actively recruiting summer 2018 interns! The official summer 2018 internships will be opening between January – March, however candidates can already submit an application online to their pipeline requisition (listed on the attached flyer). Any questions can again be emailed to University_Relations@amat.com.
Here are some of the open positions:
- PPG NCG Program Mechanical Engineer
- PPG NCG Program Process Engineer
- TIG Rotation Program Mechanical Engineer
- TIG Rotation Program Process Engineer
For more information, take a look at this flyer!
GRADUATE SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES
College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Central Florida (UCF) Ph.D. Opportunities
The College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Central Florida (UCF) will be adding 100 new funded PhD students across 6 Departments including Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) in Fall 2018. They are looking to recruit high quality students for this program. If you are interested in applying, take a look at the flyer and application website for more info.
UC MERCED MACES Graduate Recruitment
With the help of a $5 million award from NASA, UC Merced has established MACES (Merced nanomaterials Center for Energy and Sensing), a nexus for promoting functional nanomaterial-based research and education. MACES faculty members are looking for highly motivated students with strong academic performance to join us for Ph.D. graduate study. Students who participate in our program would benefit from multidisciplinary research training, guidance by two mentors, usually from multiple majors (sometimes even from NASA), and access to state-of-the-art facilities. Furthermore, students who are U.S. citizens will have an opportunity to participate in NASA internships by working at NASA Research Centers. This will help further develop their research skills and serve as a stepping stone for future employment at NASA. For more info, check out the brochure, cover letter, and flyer! If you have any further questions, please contact email@example.com.
STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES
UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES MUNICH
From Dr. Harding: Here's an interesting program for study overseas in Munich Germany. There are courses in Fracture & Fatigue and also Composite Materials that would definitely count toward Technical Electives in your MATE degree.
Please feel free to set up an appointment to talk with me about this opportunity if you are interested.
OTHER OPPORTUNITIES & RESOURCES
NSERC CREATE Quanta Program
The NSERC CREATE program, called Quanta (Quantum Nanotechnology Training in Alberta), is held jointly between the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary. This program is specifically designed for incoming graduate students that have an interest in developing the next generation of quantum technologies. Students can work with truly state-of-the-art equipment, such as dry dilution refrigerators, ultra-cold atom machines, Canada's best nanofabrication facilities, and a metropolitan fiber network. In addition to a rigorous academic education, graduate students will receive enhanced professional development training, to ensure that they are ready to excel in industry. For more information and to apply, see the attached poster and brochure and visit the website!
Lehigh Microscopy School CourseS SUmmer 2018
Lehigh Microscopy School is offering courses this coming summer from June 3-8. There will also be a limited number of half-tuition scholarships available for full-time graduate students attending the microscopy courses in 2018. Some of the courses include:
- Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-Ray Microanalysis
- Introduction to SEM and EDS For the New Operator
- Focused ION BEAM (FIB): Instrumentation and Applications
- Problem Solving: Interpretation and Analysis of SEM/EDS/EBSD Data
- Quantitative X-Ray Microanalysis: Problem Solving using EDS and WDS Techniques
For more information, visit their website!