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Learn about Starbucks’ corporate innovation in this spring course

Participate in this exciting one-credit elective for Spring 2023: FSE 394 Understanding Innovation in Corporate Technology. Class is held every Friday in Spring 2023 session A from 1:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. (AZ time). This course is designed for undergraduate students in the information technology, software engineering and graphic information technology programs. You will have real-time…

Grad students: Attend the GPSA Internship Panel Discussion, November 22

The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) Engineering Committee will host an internship panel discussion on Tuesday, November 22, 2022. Several panelists with internship experience will share their experiences about their internship and answer your questions. GPSA Internship Panel DiscussionTuesday, November 22, 20226–8 p.m.Engineering Center F (ECF) 130, Tempe campus [map] and ZoomRegister to attend!…

Attend the U.S. EPA National Recruitment Webinar, November 16 and 17

Current students and alumni are invited to learn about EPA’s role in protecting human health and the environment, as well as how to apply to paid internships and recent graduate opportunities. Get an overview of the federal hiring process, including creating a USAJOBS profile, building a federal resume and an opportunity to engage with employees…

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Attend two upcoming Center for Cybersecurity and Trusted Foundations seminars, November 16 and 17

The Center for Cybersecurity & Trusted Foundations invites you to two upcoming seminars, “Applied Machine Learning in Malware Analysis” given by Omid Mirzaei and “Tales from the High Seas: Stories from an Internet Pirate” given by Chad Spensky. Applied Machine Learning in Malware AnalysisPresented by Omid Mirzaei, Elastic Wednesday, November 16, 2022Noon–1:30 p.m.Brickyard (BYENG) 420,…

Learn about becoming a Peer Mentor at these info sessions, November 9 and 14

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Peer Mentors are part of an ecosystem of support for Fulton Schools first-year students that includes Fulton Schools faculty, staff and resources. Peer Mentors facilitate attachment to ASU, the Fulton Schools and their community by creating fun, engaging and meaningful co-curricular opportunities for students to connect with their peers, faculty…

Sign up for a spring humanities course on cross-cultural communication

Are you interested in exploring different cultures? SLC 212 Language and Culture Clash explores the intersection of linguistics and cross-cultural communication. Discuss communication failures as well as cultural norms, conceptualizations and scripts as linguistic concepts while fulfilling your humanities or general credit requirements. Learn more and sign up!

Become a technical consultant for HP — learn more September 15

Have you ever wanted to have a sales career while working directly with technical experts? Hewlett-Packard is hosting an information session for its Technical Consultant role. As a Technical Consultant in our sales organization, you will directly impact and change the world. Working directly with HPE peers, sales representatives, partners, and customers, you will design…

September 15, 20224:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.