W. L. Gore is looking for mechanical, aerospace, and chemical engineers and more to fill open graduate roles. The company is looking for talented, hands-on individuals who have demonstrated the initiative to apply engineering fundamentals to technical challenges and successfully navigate ambiguity to solve problems and deliver results. To apply, visit the job posting or scan the QR code in the flyer.
Are you an undergraduate student or master’s degree student interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in a STEM field? Attend the GEM GRAD Lab event hosted by the ASU Graduate College to learn how you can get paid to attend grad school, discover funding opportunities, learn how to apply and find out what to expect.
GEM GRAD Lab
Saturday, September 10, 2022
10 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Renaissance Hotel, 100 N. 1st Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Learn more and register
The GEM GRAD Lab is an event from the National GEM Consortium. This organization supports qualified students from underrepresented communities pursuing graduate degrees in applied science and engineering, funded by leading corporations, government laboratories, top universities and top research institutions. GEM was recently honored with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring by President Joe Biden.
Apply for Sandia National Laboratories postdoctoral fellowships — deadlines October 17 and November 1
Sandia National Laboratories is seeking candidates for two Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowships in National Security Science and Engineering. These fellowships are three-year appointments that allow recipients to pursue independent research that supports Sandia’s national security mission. The salary ranges from $116,800 to $128,500 based on geographical location and includes a competitive benefits package.
The Lab Director Jill Hruby Postdoctoral Fellowship Program recognizes and honors the achievements of Jill Hruby who served as President and Director of Sandia National Laboratories from 2015 to 2017, spent 34 years at Sandia, and was the first woman to be appointed director of a large multidisciplinary national security laboratory. Jill was also selected to be the Department of Energy’s Under Secretary for Nuclear Security under the Biden administration. Candidates must display excellent abilities in scientific and/or engineering research in areas of interest to national security. Fellows will pursue independent research and participate in the Hruby Postdoctoral Fellow Leadership Program. Applications are due October 17, 2022, with a nominal fellowship start date of October 1, 2023.
The President Harry S. Truman Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, honors President Truman who, in 1949, asked AT&T to accept managerial responsibility of Sandia and challenged us to provide “an exceptional service in the national interest” — a motto that leads Sandia National Laboratories to excel to this day. Candidates must display excellent abilities in scientific and/or engineering research in areas of interest to national security. Applications are due November 1, 2022, with a nominal fellowship start date of October 1, 2023.
Candidates must be able to obtain a security clearance, which requires U.S. citizenship. They must have been awarded a doctoral degree (with strong academic standing) within three years at the time of application or will have completed all doctoral degree requirements by the commencement of the appointment.
Newly admitted master’s and doctoral students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering are invited to join us for our Graduate Student Welcomes! Meet other students and faculty in your school and learn more about your graduate studies.
Learn more about Fulton Schools graduate fall welcome events.
Doctoral students: Apply for the ASU Science and Technology Center Entrepreneurial Fellowship Program by August 26
Arizona State University is launching five Science and Technology Centers as part of the state’s New Economy Initiative. NEI is an investment in ASU’s assignment to drive Arizona’s future economic growth and resiliency through engineering and technology innovation and training.
The STCs represent a strategic collaborative effort by Arizona universities, state government and industry to accelerate talent and skills development in key areas that are driving industrial growth and strengthening the state’s economic development. As part of this effort, the STC Entrepreneurial Fellowships are designed to enable postdoctoral scholars to grow ventures that are commercializing ASU deep technology emerging from programs supported by the NEI.
To be eligible to apply, you must have completed your doctoral degree in engineering or a related field or will be completing it prior to the start of the Fellowship. This allows for soon-to-be graduating doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers, research faculty or staff researchers to apply for this opportunity. This program is not aimed at tenured and tenure-track faculty, as Fellows will, in general, proceed to be full-time employees and officers of their companies after the fellowship.
Founded and run by graduate students in Arizona State University’s School of Life Sciences, Graduate Partners in Science Education’s, or GPSE’s, mission is to train graduate students to become better scientists, more experienced educators and superior science communicators through the design of science, technology, engineering and math lesson plans and projects. At the completion of this course, students will:
- Create a science lesson aligned with their personal scientific interests and state educational standards.
- Modify existing science lessons for remote instruction.
- Communicate effective feedback to peers about their science lessons.
- Communicate science to audiences of specific ages and skill levels.
A particular emphasis of this course is on learning teaching practices that support classroom inclusion. Should students be interested in further involvement with GPSE, the spring semester involves weekly outreach to local middle schools to present the designed lessons at after-school science groups.
Build a foundational understanding of societies and cultures in the United States, Japan, Australia and India, which make up Quad countries along with the United States, through the Quad Fellowship. Take part in cohort-wide trips and robust programming with each country’s top scientists, technologists and politicians. The Quad Fellowship is the first multinational scholarship and educational fellowship programs supporting 100 master’s degree and doctoral degree students in STEM fields. The fellowship will develop a network of science and technology experts committed to advancing innovation and collaboration in the private, public and academic sectors in their own countries and among Quad countries.
Fellows will receive funding for their graduate studies beginning in the 2023-2024 academic year. The Quad Fellowship offers a unique combination of financial benefits, cross-cultural exchange, networking and content programming. Each Quad Fellow will receive a one-time award of $50,000 which can be used for tuition, research, fees, books, room and board, and related academic expenses (e.g., registration fees, research-related travel). All Quad Fellows are eligible to apply for separate demonstrated needs-based funding of up to $25,000 to cover costs related to completing graduate-level studies.
Prospective applicants who would like feedback on the application essays and other materials can schedule an appointment with ASU’s Lorraine W. Frank Office of National Scholarships Advisement (ONSA).
Mistletoe Research Fellowships (MRF) are open to full-time postdoctoral fellows and advanced doctoral candidates in most STEM fields and a few quantitative social science fields.
These disciplines broadly include: engineering, physics, computer science, mathematics, chemistry, health science, environmental studies, ecology, earth sciences, life sciences, statistics, data science, informatics and experimental psychology.
Mistletoe Research Fellowship Info Session
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
5:30 p.m. AZ time
Register for the info session
Apply for the fellowships by 11:59 p.m. AZ time on Sunday, June 19, 2022.
The Momental Foundation is a grantmaking foundation and impact-focused startup accelerator. Its mission is to build bridges between the academic, entrepreneurial, and civil communities to create a more human-centered and sustainable future through technology.
Each Mistletoe Research Fellow is also a participant in their Unfettered Research Grant Program and the recipient of a $10,000 research funding award. This rare, unrestricted funding opportunity offers these academic scientists a rare chance to engage in independent research, encouraging meaningful growth, independent exploration, and risk — even serendipity and play — in their scientific research.
Applications are now open for recent graduates and energy professionals to apply to the U.S. Department of Energy’s new Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship. This exciting program sends qualified fellows to spend one to two years working at critical energy organizations to advance clean energy solutions. Ideal candidates will already have clean energy-related knowledge and skills and an interest to build them further.
Fellows will get hands-on experience working at eligible host organizations, which include electric public utility commissions, municipal and cooperative utilities and grid operators, such as regional transmission organizations or independent system operators.
Innovator Fellows support projects identified by host organizations as critical to advancing decarbonization and that also ensure energy affordability and grid reliability during the clean energy transition.
Seminar: From Nano to Macro — Manufacturing Next-Generation Intelligent and Resilient Materials and Structures, March 22
Learn about manufacturing next-generation materials and structures from Missouri University of Science and Technology faculty member Chenglin Wu at the next School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment Seminar.