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Optics Engineering Tech Talk Featuring Nick Bratt, Inventor of the MicrobeScope

May 6, 2014

Oregon Tech's Optical Engineering Tech Talk Featured Speaker: Nick Bratt on "Microscopy, Innovation, and Kickstarter" Nick Bratt is an Oregon Tech alumnus, President of 4D Optical, and inventor of the MicrobeScope, a microscope that uses the camera on a cell phone,iPad or tablet to magnify and send photos of microbes, anywhere, any time. Nick has raised $100,000 for this invention through Kickstarter. He will talk about his passion for invention, his start-up company, and the future of microscopes. [...]

Puppet Labs Engineering Intern (Paid Internship)

April 8, 2014

Love open source? Excited about what Puppet is doing? Puppet Labs' IT automation software enables system administrators to deliver the operational agility and efficiency of cloud computing at enterprise-class service levels, scaling from a handful of nodes in the cloud to tens of thousands on premise. Puppet Labs, located in Portland Oregon, is hiring interns to join our Engineering team. This is a great opportunity to work for a growing company, and gain solid experience in the industry. [...]

NW Regional Women in Computing Conference

April 7, 2014

The 2014 NW Regional Women in Computing Conference (NWrWIC) is focused on empowering and encouraging women to pursue STEM careers, particularly in Computer Science and Engineering. The conference brings together students from universities and high schools with industry leaders to engage and inspire the next generation of women to play a leading role in shaping the future of technology. This year's keynote speaker is Kim Swift, Creative Director at Airtight Games. Kim led the development team that created the game Portal, one of the first 14 games to be included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in NYC! [...]

Aerospace State Association (ASA) Scholarship Program

March 31, 2014

An integral part of the mission of the Aerospace States Association (ASA) is to: “… support and develop initiatives that significantly enhance student and teacher education in space and aeronautics and increases the number of students in the pipeline.” ASA established a $2,000 scholarship awarded annually to up to two students pursuing an aerospace-related education. Due Date April 30th. [...]

STEM Campus Leader Webinars – Campus Administrators

March 10, 2014

The McGraw-Hill Learning Institute's Spring STEM Campus Leader Speaker Series offers institutional perspectives on emerging approaches to teaching and learning focused on improving student performance and retention. This particulate series touches on many areas of focus for campus leaders surrounding STEM curriculum design, preparing faculty for success, and documenting and reporting student performance. [...]
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