The Office of Career Services is hosting the Eagle Expo Career Fair to allow students and alumni the opportunity to meet employers and graduate schools. There, they can learn about full-time, internship, and co-op positions from around the country. Read more…
The Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering & Information Technology (CEIT) invites students to submit research proposals under the CEIT Undergraduate Research awards (CEIT-UR) Program.
The goal of these awards is to enhance student experiential learning via hands-on research projects in collaboration with faculty. By engaging in these projects, students will develop skills to critically read research literature, acquire and interpret data, integrate and implement technology, write reports and present findings.
CEIT students may submit proposals individually or as a team, with interdisciplinary teams encouraged. The deadline for accepting submissions is Monday, October 14, 2013. Award winners will be announced on October 21, 2013. Awardees are expected to present a poster summarizing their results during the CEIT Research Symposium in April 2014, and to write a final report no later than May 30, 2014. Visit the CEIT Symposium Poster Gallery to see students’ research posters from last year.
Proposals will be awarded up to $2,500 to fund equipment, materials, travel, training, or other expenses necessary for the research. To be considered for one of the CEIT-UR awards, log in to your georgiasouthern.edu Gmail account, then complete and submit the form located at this link.
AITP is the leading worldwide society of professionals in information technology. Join us at our first meeting of fall term. Any student of any major can get involved. Here’s how!
When: First meeting is Wednesday August 28 at 5:30pm
Where: Room 2008 IT Building
Food will be provided!
For further information or questions, please contact:
AITP PR/Secretary chair
I wanted to update you on my recent career change. A few months ago, I had been looking for employment in Savannah, Read more…
I remember that you had said when we were graduating that you’d like updates to know where we graduates end up. I have just completed all of my hiring contingencies for Boeing in Charleston, SC where I will begin working as a level 2 Enterprise Database Administrator in August.
Additionally, you should let any students who are graduating soon know that Boeing in Charleston is in the process of a huge expansion and they are hiring thousands of new employees, starting with IT. MANY of these positions are entry level.