Below are jobs, internships, and other resources shared with our department that might be of interest to CS students.
Graduate Writing Lab Spring offerings:
Engineers Writing for Public Audiences (EWPA) -group for students interested in communicating engineering concepts and research to public and popular audiences through formal and informal writing. Join now for Spring 2020.
Workshops - Spring 2020 – Registration open now
Developing Writing Processes-
Productive Writing Practices
Crafting Fellowship Applications- also see the fellowship prep webpage
Book a One-on-One Consultation - exclusively for Engineering grad students & postdocs- to discuss/get feedback on outlines, drafts, writing, presentations, slides, posters, and figures or to get help with strategies for writing
Join the GWL Slack for announcements, to ask quick questions, join writehere! online, and more
Discover Online Resources to help with your writing, presentations, and posters
Go Global on Grounds with VISAS!
WHAT is VISAS? Volunteers with International Students, Scholars, and Staff (VISAS) is an organization that provides programming to English language learners at the University of Virginia and its extended community. Our services are free of charge and available to international students (undergraduate, graduate, exchange, etc.), researchers, faculty, family members of students and faculty, and University staff.
WHY does VISAS exist? Our mission is to provide international English language learners in the UVa community with opportunities to expand their communication skills in both classroom and casual settings. Through our academic and social programs, we are making the University a more welcoming place where English learners can achieve their personal goals and intercultural friendships can flourish.
WHO is VISAS looking for? We are seeking both English language learners who would like to enroll in our programs, as well as UVA students/staff/administrators with native-level proficiency in English who can serve as volunteers in our various programs.
HOW can I get involved?
If you are an English language learner, you can enroll in our programs using THIS LINK: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdBBrcQiUO3UwCRohl8TM9ELz_wNthsf4SnGKXd0HQ6M5Xh7w/viewform
The deadline for English learners to enroll is Friday, January 24th at 11:59PM.
If you are a UVa student with native-level English proficiency who would like to volunteer, you can access our application HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfgK3MCynYoXZGXOHTWOrOWC9z2kbYgxralbTcoWuBNv40loA/viewform?usp=sf_link
The deadline for NEW volunteers to apply is Tuesday, January 28th at 11:59PM.
If you are a RETURNING volunteer with VISAS, please apply HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpw5fwCQTBhCJWVWMfzQWLyZo8x4oIMVY7Uto02aJUMuW-EQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
The deadline for Returning volunteers to apply is Wednesday, January 22nd at 11:59PM.
Check out our website at https://visasatuva.wordpress.com/ for more information!
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Fellowship
Due December 13, 2019 | Intensive 20-months policy training and leadership development program. Fellows receive hands-on public policy training as full-time legislative aides and policy analysts. Apply: tiny.cc/tqxdez
Summer Internships in Parallel Computational Sciences (SIParCS)
Due January 1, 2020 | Paid internships for undergraduates and graduates at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) facility in Boulder, CO. Projects cover topics such as augmented reality, machine learning, analysis of climate and weather model data, and more. Apply: http://tiny.cc/SIParCS
Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU)
Due January 15, 2020 | DREU is a highly selective program that matches students with a faculty mentor for a summer research experience at the faculty mentor’s home institution. DREU interns have the opportunity to be directly involved in a research project in computing and interact with graduate students and professors on a daily basis. This experience is invaluable for those who are considering graduate school. Apply: https://cra.org/cra-wp/dreu/
Helen Fellowship, American Museum of Natural History (AMNH)
Due January 19, 2020 | The year-long residency program supports post-baccalaureate self-identifying women to devote time immersed in computational scientific research and educational outreach at the AMNH in New York City. The fellowship is intended for recent college graduates with a conferred bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science, natural sciences, applied mathematics, computational science, or other relevant majors prior to the fellowship start date in September. Apply: http://tiny.cc/AMNHFellowship
CRA-E Graduate Fellows Program
Due January 27, 2020 | The CRA-E Graduate Fellows program supports PhD candidates in a computing field. Fellows contribute to CRA-E projects, network with computer science education advocates, and engage in advocacy and mentoring. Apply: tiny.cc/CRA-E
International Summer School on HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences
Due January 27, 2020 | Graduate students and postdoctoral scholars from institutions in Canada, Europe, Japan and the United States are invited to apply for the 11th International HPC Summer School, July 12-17, 2020, at the University of Toronto, Canada. Apply: http://www.ihpcss.org/
DesignSafe-CI Research 4 Social Change Research Experience for Undergraduates
Due February 1, 2020 | Paid, 10-week summer research program at various NHERI multi-hazard engineering sites. The NHERI REU program is dedicated to helping undergraduate students experience multi-hazard engineering as well as cyber infrastructure, data management, and simulation sites. Hands-on, research based projects introduce participants to a network of engineers, scientists, and students working toward mitigating the effects of natural hazards. Apply: http://tiny.cc/DesignSafeCIREU
NSF IRES ASSURE (Algorithms & Software for SUpercomputers with emerging aRchitEctures)
Due February 4, 2020 | Paid, 10-week computational research opportunity for US graduate students and their research mentors to explore applications on China’s home grown supercomputer. Application areas include: Earth & Weather Systems, Advanced Manufacturing, Big Data and Machine Learning. Students spend 8 weeks in China at either the National Supercomputing Center in China, Wuxi (NSCC-Wuxi) or East China Normal University, Shanghai (ECNU-Shanghai). Apply: https://ires-assure.msu.edu/apply/application/
Frontera Fellowship Program
Due February 7, 2020 | The year-long Frontera Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for talented graduate students to compute on the most powerful academic supercomputer in the world, and collaboration with experts at the Texas Advanced Computing Center. Apply: http://tiny.cc/frontera_fellows
Advanced Computational Research Experience for Students (ACRES)
Due February 11, 2020 | Paid, 10-week internship for undergraduate students at Michigan State University. Research areas include: computational chemistry, bioinformatics, computational biology, astrophysics, topological data analysis, machine learning, climate science, remote sensing and image processing. Apply: https://icer-acres.msu.edu/apply/application/
XSEDE EMPOWER (Expert Mentoring Producing Opportunities for Work, Education, and Research)
Due February 28, 2020 | Paid, 8 to 12-week program is recruiting undergraduate students and faculty mentors to engage in a variety of XSEDE activities, such as computational and/or data analytics research and education in all fields of study, networking, system maintenance and support, visualization, and more. Apply: https://tinyurl.com/t8lqdlx
Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Research 4 Social Change Research Experience for Undergraduates
Due March 1, 2020 | Paid, 9-week summer research experience at the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin for undergraduates who want to gain advanced programming and problem solving skills to conduct cutting-edge research in engineering, science, and computational medicine. Research projects emphasize advanced computing as a tool to power discoveries that will impact social change for future generations.
Location: Austin, TX | Apply: http://tiny.cc/TACCREU
Advanced Computing for Social Change (ACSC)
Due March 1, 2020 | Learn data analytics and computational thinking skills to address social change during a weeklong data science challenge, co-located with the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing (PEARC) 20 Conference, July 25-30, 2020 in Portland, OR. Undergraduates from all majors/disciplines are encouraged to apply. All expenses will be covered for the selected participants.
Location: Portland, OR | Apply: http://tiny.cc/ACSC
Undergraduate Student Opportunities in Academic Research (USOAR)
USOAR is a program that targets rising first-, second- and transfer undergraduate students who do not have previous significant experience in research with a paid research position funded by the Federal Work Study program and the Office of Undergraduate Research. USOAR introduces students to the enriching experiences surrounding research and provides them with the chance to build strong relationships with faculty. It also seeks to attract students with financial need and from underrepresented populations and provide them with a path into research. Learn more about the requirements and timing for applying at the USOAR website.
The Impact Fellowship
The Impact Fellowship is a 2-week program in NYC for tech students who want to build a better world! Based in NYC during winter break, the program features workshops with advanced software engineers and speakers from the social impact arena - fellows also team up and create their own social startups that address the UN Sustainable Development Goals! Learn more and apply at www.impactlabs.io/fellowship.