Wednesday, November 27, 2013

2014 Summer Undergraduate Projects in Engineering Research Program

Gain useful experience in a professional setting while contributing towards the adva ncement of science.

The Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL) of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) hires undergraduate engineering interns with an interest in the atmospheric sciences during the summer months for the Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research (SUPER). SUPER interns work hands-on with NCAR/EOL engineers on atmospheric observing systems and developments, including radar, lidar, and sounding systems and associated software developments. Interns may spend part of the summer participating in a field deployment, operating and supporting one or more EOL observing systems.

EOL provides an hourly wage, travel support to and from Boulder, housing support if needed, and expenses in the field.

Learn more about SUPER:

How do I apply?

EOL’s Summer Undergraduate Program for Engineering Research (SUPER) is open to undergraduate engineering students enrolled in an accredited U.S. university or college. The application can be found through the UCAR Career Opportunities website:

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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Resume Book for EE Career Fair

In preparation for the EE Career Fair on January 15th, you need to upload your resume to the Resume Book now! Employers are going to start looking at the Resume Book in the next few weeks, so we want to be sure you have the best possible chance to get your information out there! Instructions for accessing the Resume Book are posted at:

Freshman Seminar: Sustainable Energy Solutions for the 21st Century: Science, Technology, and Policy

Winter Quarter 2014
GEN ST 197 J
SLN 14495
T 930-1020 PCAR 293

Become an informed citizen of a new generation and prepare to contribute meaningfully to the energy debate. We will cover regional and global energy demand, sources, policy, current and future technologies, costs of sustainable energy production and its impacts on climate and the environment, and solutions to our energy problems. The class text will be “Sustainable Energy Without the Hot Air” (download at Class will be structured around field trips and group projects.