Cornell AIAA Newsletter

Week of February 3, 2014

Table of Contents

  1. Boeing Internships
  2. Upcoming Career Fair
  3. Jeremy Blum Lecture
  4. Professor Moon Lecture
  5. Sensada Recruiting Events
  6. NASA Internship Opportunity
  7. AIAA Open Board Meetings
  8. Publicize with Cornell AIAA

1. Boeing Internships

Interested in working for one of the largest aerospace companies in the world? If so, check out these posting to learn more about opportunities from Boeing Product Development.


www.boeing.com/careers

· 14-1000602 – geared specifically for undergraduate students (18 total positions)

· 14-1000607 – geared for those graduating in June 2014 and/or in graduate school (10 total positions)

2. Engineering, Technical & Entrepreneurial Career Fair

Tuesday, Feb. 4th, 9am-2pm

Barton Hall

The Spring 2014 Engineering, Technical & Entrepreneurial Career Fair is bringing over 120 employers to Cornell to recruit for internship, co-op, and full time positions. Suit up and head over to Barton Hall (Statler Drive entrance) to see what opportunities lay in store.

3. Jeremy Blum Lecture

Cornell AIAA is teaming up with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to host a lecture given by recent Cornell graduate Jeremy Blum (B.S. '12, M.Eng '13). He has since gone on to work for Google's super secret division, Google [x], on their new product, Google Glass. Come here what he has to say about life after Cornell.


WHEN: 4:30 PM on February 4th

WHERE: Thurston 205

4. Lecture from Dr. Francis Moon

Thursday, Feb. 13th, 4:30-6:30pm

Philips 101

Cornell AIAA proud to host distinguished lecturer Dr. Francis Moon. Dr. Moon was the dean of the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering here at Cornell for over five years. Since then he and his colleagues at Cornell have been working on the website KMODDL, which documents and describes various kinematic machines and is now part of the National Science Digital Library. Come hear what he has to share about his experience as a teacher, and as an engineer.

5. Sensada Recruiting Events

Sensata Technologies is returning to Cornell to recruit full time and internship openings in product design engineering and process development engineering.
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6. NASA Summer Internships

The Space Grant Program has been working with the NASA Science Mission Directorate to offer additional summer 2014 internships beyond what is found on the NASA/OSSI/SOLAR web site. Paid internship positions are open through this avenue to work on the following NASA science mission:


The OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample return mission (internship location: University of Arizona, Tucson).


For more info on this position, see http://md.spacegrant.org/index.php?page=smd-sg-intern-program-description


To apply, students should e-mail me (Erica) and Prof. Yervant Terzian <spacegrant@astro.cornell.edu; yt28@cornell.edu> the following info ASAP (no later than Feb 8 for the OSIRIS-REx position):

- resume,

- summary of skills relevant to the position, and

- brief statement of why they are interested in that particular internship


Any NY intern selected from this nationwide competition will be funded by the NY Space Grant Consortium.

7. Cornell AIAA Open Board Meetings

Join us for our Open Board Meetings! Get involved –we want to hear your input and ideas!



Dates: Every Thursday, 4:30pm – 5:00pm

Location: Upson Hall, Room 109

8. Publicize with Cornell AIAA!

Interested in publicizing your event or organization through the Cornell AIAA Newsletter? Just fill out the submission form here! AIAA newsletters are sent out every Monday, so make sure your event is submitted by Sunday at 12:00 pm to make it into the next newsletter.

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