Tuesday, April 19, 2016

First Pre-Law Advising Internship: AT & T Patent Licensing and Sales Internship

Subject: First Pre-Law Advising Internship: AT & T Patent Licensing and Sales Internship

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Georgia Tech Pre-Law Advising - AT & T Intellectual Property 
Patent Licensing & Sales Support Summer and Fall 2016 Internship 


Application deadline: May 11, 2016 by 5:00 p.m.  

Internship Description    

AT&T Intellectual Property is responsible for the protection, valuation, and monetization of all intellectual property within AT&T.  

The internship provides qualified candidate the opportunity to assist AT & T Patent Developers with mining AT & T’s vast portfolio of patents and aligning identified patents with various products and services in support of patent monetization efforts, whether using patent sales or licensing channels.  

More details:  
https://goo.gl/ivtR73 

Friday, April 15, 2016

GT summer and fall internships abroad 2016

The Global Internship Program has several exciting summer and fall internships available in Chile, China, France, Germany, Guatemala, Japan, Peru and more!  There are opportunities for students from nearly every major on campus.  Please share our latest newsletter with your students:   http://us4.campaign-archive2.com/?u=bead96385b046062aad906361&id=71d27b9f4c

Please let me know if you or your students have questions about these opportunities.

Additionally, if any of your students are planning to intern abroad this summer, please send them the following registration link: https://oie.gatech.edu/content/how-register-your-global-internship

Best,

Allison Noffsinger
Global Internship Advisor

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Fulbright Scholarship Information Session - 4-19-2016





Dear Advisors,


The Fulbright Information Session has been rescheduled for this upcoming Tuesday, 19 April, 4:30-5:30, in the Bill Moore Student Success Center, President's Suites A & B.  Students can learn more about how to enjoy fully funded study, research, or teaching abroad after graduation or during grad school.


An updated flier is attached.  Please notify your students!


Best wishes,


Shannon


--Shannon Dobranski, Ph.D
Director of Pre-Graduate and Pre-Professional Advising

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Georgia Tech Greenovation 2016 Info Sessions

Georgia Tech Greenovation 2016 Info Sessions


Students, have an idea for improving sustainability at Georgia Tech? Need funding?

Georgia Tech is hosting the second annual Greenovation in Fall 2016 during Homecoming Week! This competition is the perfect opportunity to showcase your idea for making our campus more sustainable, with the possibility of receiving $3000+ in financial support toward your project.

Unlike last year’s competition, Greenovation 2016 will be a call for student proposals that offer feasible, innovative ideas for improving any of Georgia Tech’s sustainability efforts. Ideas can range from community programs that reduce food waste to technological solutions for raising energy efficiency. All projects will be judged based upon their feasibility and expected impact on campus.

Come by our info sessions happening April 18th, 5-6pm and April 21st, 11-12pm in Clough 205 (behind Starbucks) to ask questions about the competition and get a head-start on your proposal ideas. Applications will be due near the very beginning of the fall semester. You can also like our Facebook page to continue receiving updates!

Hope to see you there!

- The Student Government Association (SGA) Sustainability Committee

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

New Projects Available!!!

Available projects for undergraduates in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry

There are many opportunities for undergraduates to perform research in one of our School’s research groups. However, it sometimes takes a considerable amount of effort and time to find a project that is a good fit.  We will keep the list of positions on the School's website as up-to-date as possible.  The link to the list is below.

If you would like to be considered for one of these projects, please contact Dr. Kimberly Schurmeier the Undergraduate Research Coordinator.  Please email a brief note describing why you would like to work on the project along with your resume.   You are welcome to apply to more than one position.

Open Undergraduate Research Positions