Currently, there are #84 Opportunities & Announcements for your consideration below. Please pay attention to application deadlines and requirements.
#84 Introductory Raspberry Pi Project
Coppin’s Mathematics and Computer Science Department has an introductory raspberry pi project for individuals or teams. The project should take one or two weeks to complete. If you are interested in completing this project, please contact Dr. Hatley by Monday, October 14, 2019.
#83 Opportunity for faculty and students to spend the summer of 2020 at Berkeley lab
Don’t miss this opportunity to visit Berkeley Lab to explore potential research collaboration for the summer of 2020 for faculty and students from diverse backgrounds
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO TUESDAY, SEPT 20, 2019!
What: Sustainable Research Pathways Matching Workshop
Description: Matching workshop for faculty working with undergraduate and graduate students from underrepresented backgrounds to explore research collaborations with Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences staff. Matched and funded faculty and/or their students conduct research at Berkeley Lab during the summer of 2020. Workshop applicants must be a full-time faculty member at an accredited U.S. degree-granting institution of higher education.
We are especially interested in working with minority serving institutions, community, women’s, and liberal arts colleges, as well as high research institutions.
Many teams have presented their research at major computational science and engineering conferences, won awards, and continued their collaborations in subsequent years.
For more information, visit: http://shinstitute.org/srp-application/
#82 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site “Preparing the Next Generation of Scholars through Community GIS and Citizen Science”
This summer at the University of Central Florida, we are pleased to host the fourth year of our National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site “Preparing the Next Generation of Scholars through Community GIS and Citizen Science.” Our program offers fully funded summer research experiences for undergraduate students in Belize and Orlando for 7 weeks. The program is open to all U.S. students and runs June 3 – July 18, 2019. We are interdisciplinary in nature emphasizing community GIS, citizen science, drones and spatial storytelling through mixed methods.
We’re hosting a Facebook Live Event “Secrets to an Awesome Citizen Science GIS REU Application” on Tuesday, March 12 @ 2 pm EST. Join Dr. Hawthorne (REU PI) and Dr. Hannah Torres (REU Faculty Mentor) as we give away the secrets to a successful application to our National Science Foundation (NSF) #REU Site in Orlando and Belize. Students can join the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/citizensciencegis
More about our REU Site: This year’s research direction is focused on mapping coastal and island resiliency with drones and spatial storytelling. Students will work with community partners and mentors from University of Central Florida, University of Belize, The Hopkins Belize Village Council, and The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems Program.
Compensation: Each REU student will receive a competitive funding package, including a $3500 research stipend, a meal allowance, free shared housing in Belize and Orlando, up to $750 in travel support to/from the REU Site, up to $750 for post-REU conference travel, and 2 research methods books.
Application process: The priority application deadline is Friday, March 15th @ 5 PM EST. Complete program information and application instructions can be found at http://www.citizensciencegis.org/projects/reu-belize-2018.
Student reflections from the field: “Challenging, emotional, fun, collaborative, thought-provoking, interesting, real-life, and eye-opening.” These are some of the words used by students to describe our previous research program. Check out a short video from our REU fieldwork at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5zSFKw7F24&feature=youtu.be.
Questions can be directed to:
- Dr. Timothy Hawthorne: Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor of Geographic Information Systems at University of Central Florida
- phone: 407.823.1030
Check us out on the web and share on social media!
#81 Research Experience for Undergraduates in Applied Computational Robotics at the University of South Carolina
Application deadline is March 1.
– A stipend of $500 per week.
– On campus housing in apartment-style dormitories.
– A meal allowance of $1200.
– Travel expenses up to $600.
– Professional development and training workshops.
– Coordinated social events.
An REU is a summer opportunity for undergraduate students to learn about the research process in their field and to conduct their own original research. Students work closely with faculty mentors, graduate students, and other REU participants on cutting edge problems. It’s an opportunity for students to apply their knowledge gained inside the classroom to real-world, unanswered problems, and is an opportunity for students to explore research as a future career. In addition to conducting research, REU participants have the opportunity to receive professional development training that will assist them both in their current research and in their future careers, as well as the opportunity to network with other like-minded undergraduates.
The University of South Carolina REU in applied computational robotics is centered around the observation that “robots change everything.” That is, every aspect of a computer system, from the design and engineering of its software, to its interactions with humans, to its core functions of perception and movement, is deeply impacted by the way robots must interact with the physical world. In this 10 week summer program, students will engage in active research rooted in areas such as software engineering, security, and automated reasoning that are often overlooked by the contemporary robotics community, but crucially important for the deployment of reliable, trustworthy robotic systems.
#80 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Incubating a New Community of Leaders Using Software, Inclusion, Innovation, Interdisciplinary and OpeN-Science
(INCLUSION) program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) is seeking students to apply for a 10-week paid summer software-in-research training program. Successful applicants will work full-time on one of socially-impactful INCLUSION research projects that develop and use open source software. Applications must be submitted by March 1, 2019 to receive full consideration. REU-INCLUSION program information and online application form are available on the REU-INCLUSION website at http://reu.ncsa.illinois.edu.
- Work with world-class NCSA researchers and Illinois faculty
- Work on interdisciplinary and socially-impactful research projects
- Apply open source software technologies to real-world problems
- Develop and master research skills
- Participate in social activities, networking and professional development events
- $500/week stipend
- Room and board
- One round-trip for out-of-state students
- Citizens of the United States or permanent residents
- Enrolled in a degree program (part-time or full-time) leading to a baccalaureate or associate degree
- In good academic standing at their college or university
- Enrolled in any major and in any year of undergraduate studies are eligible to apply
- Online application: by March 1, 2019
- Program session: May 20 – July 26, 2019
Questions about the program should be directed to:
Olena Kindratenko, MS, MEd
Education and Outreach Coordinator
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1205 W. Clark St.
Urbana, Illinois 61801
#79 Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship
Calling all STEM Scholars!
Lockheed Martin has launched a new scholarship program to provide opportunities to students who want to build their talents and change the world!
Beginning in 2019, we are awarding 200 scholarships of $10,000 per student – renewable each year. The program will continue to add up to 200 new recipients each year, and will be open to individuals studying engineering or computer science that demonstrate financial need and come from underrepresented or underserved communities.
The scholarship program doesn’t end with a check. Mentoring opportunities will be a key component of the program, and recipients will also be eligible for Lockheed Martin internship opportunities following their freshman year in college.
#78 Proactive Health Informatics Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
Call for Applications
We invite undergraduates to apply to the Proactive Health Informatics Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site for Summer 2019 (application: http://bit.ly/ProHealthREU2019
What is the Proactive Health Informatics REU Site?
The Proactive Health Informatics REU aims to build usable and intelligent pervasive systems that empower people to manage their health and see how their everyday decisions impact their progress to achieve future health goals. Our REU site will provide students with a unique opportunity to learn techniques in the areas of human computer interaction, pervasive computing (mobile or wearable), environmental sensing (ambient and on-body), machine learning (vision recognition and signal processing), and the implications of technologies on society. Students will learn appropriate methods, software tools, and analysis techniques related to their project, thus experience in these areas is not necessarily required. In addition, all students will learn scholarly professional development skills, such as synthesizing related work, identifying research aims, designing ethical studies, collecting data, analyzing results, and presenting results in papers and presentations.
More Information: http://prohealth.soic.indiana.
What will students do?
REU Participants will:
be trained to become the next generation of scholars to conduct cross-cutting computing research;
prepare for graduate education and research career opportunities through preparatory workshops and one-on-one mentoring;
engage in an interactive mentoring relationship with a faculty member and graduate student;
work with mentors to disseminate research; and
inspire lifelong learners to consider computing through interactive experiences.
Our 2019 REU dates are Sunday, May 19 through Friday, July 12, 2019.
For the 8-weeks of participation, each student will receive travel to and from Bloomington, a $4000 stipend, free room and board, and GRE preparation (if wanted).
How to Apply?
We encourage undergraduate students interested in computing/informatics oriented areas – independent of experience or years in their respective programs – to apply to our REU program.
One of the goals of the REU program is to broaden participation of students from traditionally underrepresented groups in computing and/or who do not have access to research facilities at their home institution. We strongly invite applications from women, students of color, first-generation college students, gender and sexual minorities, veterans, and students with disabilities. Previous research experience is not a requirement.
Please complete an application as soon as possible (we will review, interview, and select participants on a rolling basis starting immediately). We typically have our REUs selected by early March, so the sooner one applies, the better their changes of consideration.
Fill out the application form directly online http://bit.ly/ProHealthREU2019
In preparation for applying to the ProHealth REU Site, please make sure you have:
Name and contact information of 2 people willing to write a letter of recommendation for you
Your unofficial transcript (please put your unofficial transcript in a web repository, such as Google Drive or Dropbox (Dropbox Directions: https://www.dropbox.com/help/
167)), and share it only with a person who has a link
A personal statement that discusses your research interests and motivation for being part of ProHealth’s inclusive, collaborative research experience
(Optional) A link to your to a website that shows examples of your project work
In addition to the requirements above, the application will collect:
information about prior experiences.
This program is funded in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Stipends from NSF funds are restricted to U.S. citizens or permanent residents. International applicants with a stipend through their home institution are welcome to apply. If international applications are selected, we will provide research housing. Other NSF-supported REU programs may be found at the NSF https://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/
ProHealth reserves the right to review, interview, and select participants on a rolling basis, thus people who apply sooner have a better opportunity for a position within the ProHealth Research community.
Indiana University values diversity and invites applicants from underrepresented groups who will enrich the research, teaching, and service missions of the university. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, and we encourage applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
If you have any question, please contact Professor Katie Siek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Informatics – ProHealth Informatics REU Program
919 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408 USA
Primary Contact: Professor Katie Siek, email@example.com
#77 Coppin Student IT Help Desk Position
If interested, please contact and send your resume to Mrs. Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately. Interviews are being scheduled now.
#76 The REU Site in Computational Sensing for Human-centered Artificial Intelligence
#75 Secure and Privacy-Preserving Cyber-Physical Systems: Software and Hardware Approaches
The students will learn from an expert group of faculty how to design, implement, and assess research projects in areas related to security and privacy in CPSs. Along with improving the research experience for undergraduates, the site also aims to: 1) train professionals in cybersecurity research; 2) support the TTU’s focus on cybersecurity education and research; 3) promote STEM research; 4) increase the percentage of female and minority students in STEM subjects; and 5) encourage students to the graduate programs.
Application Deadline: Before March 1, 2019 (way before)
NOTE: See other details using the menu on the left of the above web page.
#74 BOLD Immersion Program at Google
The Building Opportunities for Leadership & Development (BOLD) Immersion Program is an all-expenses-paid program the week of August 5th, 2019 at Google’s Mountain View headquarters. The program is designed to provide exposure to the technology industry for students who have been historically underrepresented in this field. Selected participants will learn more about non-technical career opportunities at Google and grow their professional and peer networks. The robust program will include tech talks, skills-building seminars and, of course, fun!
The BOLD Immersion application consists of a resume, a short essay, and an unofficial transcript. For more information, please review the BOLD Immersion FAQs here. The application, linked here, is due by Friday, February 1, 2019 at 11:59 pm PT.
Questions about the program can be directed to email@example.com.
#73 Help Make Baltimore The City That Codes
Student volunteers are needed for this amazing event! If you’ve ever wished you starting programming at an early age and/or you want to help others begin learning at an early age, contact us immediately to volunteer. Click the link below for more information!
#72 U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Summer Research Opportunities
Now accepting applications for: U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) 2019 Summer Research Team Program for Minority Serving Institutions
The purpose of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Summer Research Team (SRT) Program is to increase and enhance the scientific leadership at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) in research areas that support the mission and goals of DHS. This program provides faculty and student research teams with the opportunity to conduct research at the university-based DHS Centers of Excellence (DHS Centers). The SRT Program and DHS Centers are sponsored by the DHS Science and Technology Directorate Office of University Programs.
Faculty: receive a $1,200 weekly stipend and are encouraged to apply for up to $50,000 in follow-on funding at the end of their appointment.
Graduate students: receive a $700 weekly stipend.
Undergraduate students: receive a $600 weekly stipend.
All participants may be eligible to receive housing and travel allowances.
10-week research experiences are offered at university-based DHS Centers of Excellence (DHS Centers).
Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological / life sciences, environmental science, emergency and incident management, social sciences, and more. Additional information regarding DHS Areas of Research may be found on the program website.
U.S. citizenship required
Previous program participants may apply.
Application deadline: December 21, 2018 11:59 pm EST.
Click here to apply!
How to Apply: Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at
Detailed information about the program can be found at:
For questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#71 Google’s 2019 Summer Internship Application
Please review both application details to determine which opportunity is best for you.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so the sooner you apply, the sooner you receive next steps.
Software Engineering Practicum – Applications are due by October 31, 2018 at 11:59pm PT.
Software Engineering Intern – Applications are due by December 14, 2018 at 11:59pm PT.
NOTE: Please see Dr. Hatley if you need help with your resume.
#70 Google’s 2019 Student Scholarships
Applications are now open for Google’s 2019 student scholarships. Selected student will each receive a $10,000 scholarship for the 2019-2020 academic year and be invited to attend the annual Google Scholars’ Retreat at the Googleplex next summer.
Here is a list of open scholarships that you can share with your students:
Women Techmakers Scholars Program (https://www.womentechmakers.com/scholars) is open to current undergraduate or graduate students who will be studying at a university in the United States or Canada for the 2019-2020 academic year. We strongly encourage people who identify as female to apply. Deadline: December 6, 2018
Generation Google Scholarship (https://buildyourfuture.withgoogle.com/scholarships/generation-google-scholarship/#!?detail-content-tabby_activeEl=detail-overview-content) is open to current undergraduate or graduate students who will be studying at a university in the United States or Canada for the 2019-2020 academic year. We strongly encourage students from historically underrepresented groups, including Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian, or Filipino/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, to apply. Deadline: December 6, 2018
Google Lime Scholarship (https://buildyourfuture.withgoogle.com/scholarships/google-lime-scholarship/#!?detail-content-tabby_activeEl=detail-overview-content)is open to current undergraduate or graduate students with disabilities who will be studying at a university in the United States or Canada for the 2019-2020 academic year. Deadline: December 9, 2018
Google Student Veterans of America Scholarship (https://buildyourfuture.withgoogle.com/scholarships/google-student-veterans-of-america-scholarship/#!?detail-content-tabby_activeEl=detail-overview-content) is open to current undergraduate or graduate student veterans who will be studying at a university in the United States for the 2019-2020 academic year. Deadline: November 1, 2018
For questions and complete details on all of our scholarships, please visit https://buildyourfuture.withgoogle.com/scholarships/s.
#69 Microsoft Undergraduate Research Internship
We are seeking candidates who are passionate about technology and offer diverse perspectives. We don’t just value differences, we seek them out. We invite them in. We are a family of individuals at a truly global company, united by a single mission.
Applications due November 1, 2018.
NOTE: Please see Dr. Hatley if you need help with your resume.
#68 Join this live Watson Studio Webcast
Date: Thursday, October 04, 2018
Time: 09:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time
We are excited to invite you to a tour of Watson Studio with visual data preparation, open source notebooks, model management, auto-training and deployment. These capabilities help you increase productivity of visual and programmatic data scientists and analysts, and speed through experimentation to training and deployment for a desired outcome.
- Pragmatic AI use case demonstration and discussions
- Benefits of a AI-infused platform – eg. natural language processing and visual recognition
- Approaches of creating high quality training data to monitoring model accuracy
- Flexibility for cloud, on-premise and desktop deployment, bringing algorithms to wherever data resides
- Get up and running fast with Watson Studio
#67 – ACM Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence (ACM SIGAI) Student Essay Contest
Win one of several $500 monetary prizes or a Skype conversation with a leading AI researcher, including Joanna Bryson, Murray Campbell, Eric Horvitz, Peter Norvig, Iyad Rahwan, Francesca Rossi, or Toby Walsh.
The ACM Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence (ACM SIGAI) supports the development and responsible application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. We therefore invite essay submissions to the 2018 ACM SIGAI Student Essay Contest, to be published in the ACM SIGAI newsletter “AI Matters,” addressing one or both of the following topic areas:
1) What requirements, if any, should be imposed on AI systems and technology when interacting with humans who may or may not know that they are interacting with a machine?
2) What requirements, if any, should be imposed on AI systems and technology when making decisions that directly affect humans?
The deadline for submissions is January 10th, 2019.
For details, please see www.tinyurl.com/SIGAIEssay2018
Summer Opportunities for Computer Science Students
#66 Work with Mount Holyoke Faculty
Do you want to do a senior thesis? If so, you should start in the spring of your Junior year or the summer after your Junior year. Talk to faculty to find out what ideas they have for thesis projects. Please see https://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/computerscience/honors.html for recent honors projects.
Funding for on-campus summer work may be available through grants that individual faculty members have or from the College. This funding is available to students of all years, not just honors students. To apply for Lynk funding, go to https://www.mtholyoke.edu/cdc/internships/funding. You need to get started with this early in the spring semester. Check the link for complete details.
Work on Research at other U.S. Locations
#65 NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU). REU sites bring together undergraduate students from around the country to work together over the summer. There are many sites to choose from, each involved in a different research area. Students apply to specific programs whose research interests them. Funding generally includes a stipend, travel and housing expenses. This is a very popular option for students interested in finding out what research is like. Available only to US Citizens or permanent residents. Deadlines vary, but could be as early as January.
#64 CRA Distributed Research Experience for Undergraduates (DREU). This project is particularly aimed at underrepresented groups in Computer Science, of which women are one. In this program, a student will work with a faculty member in a graduate student research lab on research. Students and faculty both apply to DREU. DREU serves as a matchmaker putting students and faculty with similar interests together. Funding includes a stipend, travel and housing. Open to both US citizens and non-US citizens. Deadline: March 2019.
Other Research Opportunities
#63 Institute for Broadening Participation. The Pathways to Science web site has a search engine to help you find summer research opportunities. This is a great resource as they maintain a database of many NSF and NASA-funded opportunities, as well as others that are harder to find out about.
#62 MIT Summer Resarch Program. This is an opportunity to work in a research lab at MIT under the supervision of a professor, postdoc or advanced graduate student. They are particularly targetting underpresented groups: African Americans, Mexican Americans, Native Americans, Puerto Ricans, and students from low socioeconomic backgrounds. This is open to international students. Deadline: January, 2019.
#61 The Broad Summer Research Program at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard allows students to do computational or experimental research in areas such as cancer research, infectious diseases, and computational biology. Must be a US citizen or permanent resident. Deadline: January, 2019.
#60 Caltech offers a variety of summer science research opportunities, including ones working with NASA and JPL. Must be a US citizen or permanent resident. Should be interested in pursuing a PhD or an MD/PhD.
#59 Amgen Scholars in Science and Biotechnology. Research opportunity at numerous locations in the US and Japan, including Univeristy of California, Berkeley, Caltech, and Columbia. Must be a US citizen or permanent resident for the US programs. Both US citizens and international students can apply for the programs in Japan. Should be interested in pursuing a PhD or an MD/PhD.
#58 Summer Institute in Parallel Computational Science is a program run by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. It offers opportunities to work in high-performance computing aimed at scientific discovery and modeling. Must have completed your sophomore year. Open to international students who are eligible to work in the US.
Work on Research at International Locations
#57 DAAD RISE is a research program in Germany for students studying biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences and engineering.
#56 Boren special initiative for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) majors funds summer study (minimum of 8 weeks) for students majoring in the STEM fields. The Boren is funded by the National Security Education Program (NSEP), which focuses on geographic areas, languages, and fields of study deemed critical to U.S. national security. In exchange for scholarship funding, all Boren Scholars must agree to the NSEP Service Requirement. For U.S. citizens only. To apply for the Boren, contact Liz Mandeville, MHC’s National Fellowship and Graduate School Advisor at email@example.com. Deadline: February 2019.
#55 Facebook University. Facebook offers this 8-week program to rising sophomores from underrepresented communities.
#54 Google Summer of Code. Google sponsors a program that pairs students with open source software projects. Funding provides a stipend. Students work independently, not at the site of the organization they are working for. Deadline: March 27, 2018, but note that you need to be in touch with organization before then. The time to reach out to organizations begins February 2019.
#53 Google. Google has many opportunities for students, like summer internships, AdCamp, and others at locations in the U.S. and abroad. Deadlines vary. Some are very early. In addiiton to regular internships, Google offers Google Engineering Practicum Internship, a 12-week program for first and second year students. Deadline: Late November.
#52 Microsoft. Microsoft has a large summer internship program. Deadline: not posted. In addition to regular internships, Microsoft offers Microsoft Explore, a 12-week summer internship program for first-year and sophomore students.
#51 IBM Research has great opportunities for undergraduate researchers in several locations in the US. There is a research internship particularly directed at undergraduate women, with a deadline of early February.
#50 NASA. NASA has lots of opportunities for summer internships and semeseter internships across many science and engineering disciplines.
#49 Department of Homeland Security. Open to US citizens entering their junior or senior year.
#48 MassTech Intern Partnership matches students studying in Massachusets with firms in the tech sector within Massachusetts. Open to international students.
#47 Code for America provides internships where students work on technical projects as a public service, often working with local governments that lack the resources to hire a professional technical staff. These internships are unpaid.
#46 Code2040 particularly targets Black and Latina students, helping them find internships with top tech companies and providing mentorship, leadership training and network development. Deadline: January 5, 2015. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
#45 InternMatch is a service run by Yahoo to help search for internships and entry-level jobs.
Other organizations offering internships (that we know of):
- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratoryoffers internships in high-performance computing, particularly addressing security needs.
- Nvidia, makers of graphics cards
- Willow Garagehas opportunities in robotics.
- VMwareprovides virtualization and cloud infrastructure. They offer internships in the the US, India, China, Bulgaria, Ireland, Canada, France, UK and Denmark!
The Career Development Center has more information about internship opportunities and holds a variety of workshops to help you get an internship.
TA / Camp Counselor Opportunities
#44 Girls Who Code Teaching Assistant. Girls Who Code has summer immersion programs to teach high school girls how to program and inspire them to pursue a career in technology. The program is offered at numerous locations around the country. This is a good opportunity for students early in CS who may not have enough experience yet to get a software development internship.
#43 Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth is a summer program for students in grades 2-12. They offer courses in many fields, including computer science. For Summer 2013, they offered CS courses in Fundamentals of Computer Science, Foundations of Programming, Introduction to Robotics, Data Structures and Algorithms, and Advanced Cryptology. Sessions are held in various locations around the country. They have both Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant opportunities. This is open to international students who have an F-1 visa. (Check the site for information about 2015 programs.)
#42 Id Tech Camp offers summer camps across the country for kids and teens in science and technology.
#41 – The Department of Defense (DoD) SMART Scholarship Program (Full STEM Scholarship)
The Department of Defense (DoD) SMART Scholarship Program is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in STEM disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed by the Department of Defense upon degree completion.
SMART Scholars will receive:
- A full tuition scholarship while in school
- An annual stipend
- Summer research internships
- A job after graduating in their STEM field at a cutting edge Department of Defense Facility
- Be a citizen of the United States and 18 years of age or older
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Be pursuing a technical undergraduate or graduate degree in one of the 21 specified STEM disciplines
Visit smartscholarship.org to learn more and apply today!
Deadline to apply is December 1, 2018.
#40 – UVA Engineering’s 2018 Diversity in Engineering Campus Visitation Program
UVA Engineering is thrilled to host the 2018 Diversity in Engineering Campus Visitation Program on Friday, September 21, 2018 from 9AM – 6PM. This event will connect underrepresented groups in engineering with faculty, administrators, and graduate students at UVA Engineering to learn about our graduate programs, research, and funding opportunities. The registration deadline is approaching on Friday, August 31st, and we desire to have students from Coppin State University to be a part of this experience. There is no cost for registration and travel assistance is available for each institution that sends 5 or more students with a registered faculty or university administrator.
#39 – DoD SMART Scholarship Application (Science, MAthematics & Research For Transformation)
Review entire website for more information. For criteria and online application, visit – https://smartscholarshipprod.service-now.com/smart?id=scholarship_application_part_i
#38 – Snap Research (as in SnapChat) $10K Scholarship and Opportunity to Intern
Deadline: October 31, 2018
Snap Research is inviting exceptional students from across the world to apply for a $10,000 scholarship award and an opportunity to intern at Snap Inc!
Through this program, Snap Research provides resources for PhD and underrepresented Master’s and undergrad students to pursue innovation and transform their ideas into cutting-edge research and products.
Learn more about the program and how to apply at https://snap.submittable.com/
#37 – Jefferson Frank is recruiting for a Junior AWS Engineer
AWS Engineer—JUNIOR POSITION — $60,000
Interested in working with public cloud, but need to get your foot in the door? Look no further! The client in Northern Virginia is looking for full time professionals to contribute to the growth and customer support of their BI based product and business community.
As a growing leader in the data analytics community, the client produces software to allow customers to transform the way they do business.
The job description and application details can be found here.
#36 – Mathematica Policy Research is looking for an International Research Assistant
Mathematica Policy Research is interested in recruiting undergraduates who have recently graduated for our International Research Assistant in Seattle, WA and Princeton, NJ.
Below is the link to the job notice which details the duties and requirements, along with a direct apply. We will be reviewing applications in the upcoming weeks, we encourage any students interested in the position to apply as soon as possible.
Review the MathematicaPolicyResearch flyer for more information.
#35 – Student Scholarship Award
The Women’s Forum recognizes and celebrates the achievements of students, faculty and staff from across the system through award and scholarship programs. All awards and scholarships are open to any person regardless of sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability. The award is open to both men and women. Application materials must be received by June 30th for consideration.
The USM Women’s Forum Student Scholarship (scholarships are $500/student recipient) is open to all students attending a USM institution. In order to be eligible for the award, you must have earned a total of 48 undergraduate OR 9 graduate credits, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and have demonstrated financial need.
#34 – IBM Community Day: Data Science
- IBM Code: Live coding sessions and tutorials from software devs and advocates.
- IBM Sessions:Hear from IBM product experts who will discuss the latest technologies in Data Science.
- Partner: Learn how IBM Community Partners can help you tackle your Data Science challenges. Content from Lightbend & DataQuest.
#33 – Palantir Scholarships
Palantir has opened their scholarships for this year! Get your applications done!! You have a month.
- The Women in Technology Scholarship is here: https://www.palantir.com/students/scholarship/wit-north-america/
- The Future Scholarship is here: https://www.palantir.com/students/scholarship/future/
#32 – Take the 10-Week Budget Challenge
In 10 weeks of Budget Challenge, they experience what could take 10 years to learn the hard way, costing them thousands of dollars.
Our interactive, online “Road Test” simulates the financial life of a college graduate with a new job. Students play the game and work to achieve six key goals:
✔ Creating a financial plan to pay bills on time and avoid fees
✔ Making extra student loan payments
✔ Paying off a credit card
✔ Contributing to a 401(k)
Sign up here – https://www.budgetchallenge.com/
#31 – Positions with Howard County Government
5/23/2018: Howard County Government has a wide variety of positions – from summer camp counselor to IT and Help Desk Support. Please review and apply for those of interest. We recently received word that several full-time IT positions will open within the next several weeks.
#30 – Entry-Level Systems Performance/Infrastructure Engineer (3 positions) – Salary: $58,000/annually plus benefits
Client: CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (FEPOC)
Salary: $58,000/annually plus benefits
Applicants must have an overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and must be graduating in the spring of 2018 with a technical degree.
***Must be US Citizens or Permanent Green Card holders. ***
Expected start date: June 4th, 2018
For immediate consideration, email an updated resume to Priscila da Rocha at firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Dynamic: Team Player, Driven, Passionate about learning, interested in development of solutions to simplify processes.
Background: Bachelors in Computer Science, Information Systems or related Engineering discipline.
· Exposure to software development in various languages like Java, Python, J2EE, UNIX Shell Scripting and/or PowerShell.
· Good problem solving skills.
· Good Communication Skills.
· Work under the direction of the senior technical Engineer in creation of code for automation of infrastructure components, troubleshooting, Impact analysis, and testing.
· Willingness to try new things and learn from innovation.
· Conduct Research and Development for process improvement. Bring ideas and solutions to the team on lessons learned.
Education & Experience:
Bachelors in Computer Science, Information Systems, or related Engineering discipline or higher
ALTA IT Services, LLC. is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other factor.
Priscila da Rocha
a System One company
301-740-7301 (O) 301-250-8152 (M)
Last year, Baunce Magazine published an article listing 110 Scholarships for Women of Color. Please review the list to determine if you are eligible. http://baucemag.com/women-of-color-scholarships/
#28 – 20 Summer Internships for African Americans and Minorities
#27 – OurCS: Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science:
3-Day Workshop: October 26-28, 2018
OurCS is a regional version of a model developed at CMU. The primary goal is to broaden the participation of women in research careers. We are planning for 70-80 women CS undergraduates to attend our workshop. Students from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. OurCS pays for accommodations and all meals during the 3-day workshop. There is a modest registration fee of $50 (that you might consider covering for your students). We have a small number of travel stipends that students can apply for.
The students will gain research experience by working in a small team on a research project led by a faculty member or a research scientist from industry. We have a spectacular line-up of projects, which we encourage you to view on our webpage.
Click the Registration link to apply: http://ourcs.sice.indiana.edu/
#26 – Masters in Computer Science @ Virginia State University
Dr. Hatley just hung up the phone with Dr. Lee (contact info below).
Tuition and fees are fully covered.
Students also receive a stipend of $1666.67 per month for the 12 month duration of the program (totaling $20,000).
Through funds available from the US Department of Education, the Computer Science program at Virginia State University is providing financial assistance to qualified students to pursue a 12 month Master of Science program in Computer Science. For further information about this program, individuals are encouraged to contact Dr. Joon Suk Lee @ email@example.com (CS Graduate Program Coordinator) or Dr. Dawit Haile (Dean for the College of Engineering and Technology) at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. be US citizens;
2. be a member of any underrepresented group in CS (African-American, Spanish, Women, etc.); and
3. have graduated from a Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related area with a GPA of 3.2 or better
During the term of the program, students may not maintain outside employment. They are expected to work full-time towards the completion of their research program to successfully defend a Master’s thesis by the end of summer semester 2019.
#25 – Masters in Computer Science @ Norfolk State University
For all graduating seniors who are interested in applying to graduate school for a Masters in Computer Science…
Students who are accepted in our program typically finish in two years. We offer a graduate assistantship which includes tuition and a $19,500 stipend. Students also are supported by various faculty in the department on their grants. Eligibility requirements for a graduate assistantship are listed in this MS_Graduate_Program_Brochure.
Our graduates have secured great jobs at government agencies (Sandia National Laboratories, Lawrence Livermore, NSA, Mitre, etc.) and other companies on the east coast. Some have graduated and decided to pursue doctorates.
#24 – SURE ROBOTICS Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) @ Georgia Tech
Greetings from Georgia Tech. Paid research opportunity in ROBOTICS is available for undergraduate students during the summer of 2018. We would like to recruit students to enjoy the benefits of this unique research experience. Students who are selected to participate in the program will receive:
* A stipend of $5,000
* Travel reimbursement up to $600
* Free on-campus housing, parking, and a food allowance
* Free access to university recreational center and health center
* Access to world class research facilities
* One-on-one instruction from world renowned faculty.
More info and on-line application is available at the program web site at: SURE Robotics REU Program: http://sure.robotics.gatech.
Applicants should still be undergraduates during the summer of 2018 with a GPA 3.0 or better, and should be US citizens or permanent residents.
Deadline: Monday, February 26, 2018
#23 – Computer Vision Workshop
2018Midwest Computer Vision Workshop to happen at the Michigan League on 3/19-20.
#22 – Broadening Participation in Visualization
Visualization plays an important role in all levels of scholarship, and across interdisciplinary, research and social landscapes. It is imperative that the importance and benefits of a field with such far reaching impact embrace the diverse demographic of the future workforce for whom data visualization skills will be needed if not required. In order to meet the growing demand for persons with capacity to utilize data visualization to solve complex problems in research and in the workforce exposure to data visualization at all levels is essential. This workshop aims to be a catalyst for broadening participation of women, members of underrepresented groups and underrepresented disciplines in visualization, fostering a community of current and future scholars with interests in visualization through mentoring and encouraging participants to consider visualization as a career path.
The Workshop is designed to inform, inspire and encourage participants, specifically participants historically underrepresented at the conference, to engage in the multidisciplinary dynamics of visualization. (Inside Scoop = Apply even though the deadline has passed) .
#21 – Engineering Modeling and Computational Research (EmCore) at NC A&T
#20 – SAE CyberAuto Challenge™
SAE CyberAuto Challenge™
July 22–27, 2018
Detroit, Michigan, USA
In its seventh year, the 2018 SAE CyberAuto Challenge™ is a groundbreaking event in automotive cybersecurity for high-performing high school and college students. In order to avoid any economic barriers, there is no fee for the Challenge. It is Merit-based so only the top testing students get invited.
The Challenge is a week-long practicum-based workshop. It is comprised of instructor-led discussions that alternate with hands-on work on real cars, real equipment, and real communications protocols. Students work with real industry experts, including automotive engineers, government engineers, and ethical “white hat” hackers. Students perform analysis and provide input on current-model full-feature cars. After three days of practical learning hand-on experiments, students participate in a 24-hour “hack-a-thon” and graduation.
Complete Details – www.sae.org/events/cyberauto
#19 – CHIMe 2018
#18 – PIER-REU Summer Research Experience for Undergraduate Students at Carnegie Mellon University
Applications are due via email by February 23, 2018.
The Program in Interdisciplinary Education Research (PIER) at Carnegie Mellon University offers an exciting summer research opportunity available to undergraduate students. This program is designed to provide research opportunities to undergraduates who may be considering pursuing graduate training in the learning sciences. We encourage applications from students who would like to conduct research at the interface of the learning sciences and one or more of the following disciplines: psychology, education, computer science, and human-computer interaction. We also encourage students who are from underrepresented groups to apply, including racial/ethnic minorities, first-generation college students, economically disadvantaged students, veterans, and students with disabilities.
PIER’s REU program allows talented undergraduates to spend 8 weeks during the summer in a research laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University. This program supports our commitment to training a diverse set of leaders in the field of learning science and related disciplines.
Applications are encouraged from students who wish to learn to conduct research in a modern academic research laboratory under the guidance of experienced scientists. The REU program will expose students to the excitement and opportunities of a research career. This experience will provide excellent preparation for students interested in subsequently pursuing Masters or Ph.D. degrees in psychology, education, learning science, human-computer interaction, and related areas of scientific inquiry. Although students from other years may apply, this opportunity is most fitting for a student at the end of the junior year of undergraduate studies.
Each student will receive a fellowship stipend of $3,000 for the eight-week REU program. Apartment-style housing will also be provided. Guidance and supervision will be provided by faculty members as well as, in some cases, a postdoctoral fellow and/or advanced graduate student.
Additionally, admitted students will participate in the Go Research! Summer Program at CMU. This program brings together undergraduate researchers from across departments. Students live in dorms with resident assistants to facilitate community building, manage housing, and provide programming. A Summer Seminar Series is provided for all students to help prepare for graduate education and research careers.
Applications are available at https://www.cmu.edu/pier/
#17 – Mathematica Policy Research (MPR) – Opportunities for Juniors & Seniors
My name is Rachel Galiber and I’m a recruiter for Mathematica Policy Research (MPR). MPR is a social policy and research firm headquartered in Princeton, NJ and has various other locations around the US. We continue to have great job opportunities and most importantly at this time we have many entry level positions. We are interested in recruiting upcoming graduating seniors and recent alumni. We do also have an internship opportunity for rising junior and seniors for summer 2018.
Below is a list of positions we are in search for in various locations. Please click the link provided for details on the position and a link to apply directly.
International Research Assistant:
Legal Business Assistant:
Business Pricing/Proposal Internship:
We will be reviewing applications immediately, so please encourage alumni that are interested in the position to apply quickly.
#16 – 2018-19 Computer and Video Game Arts Scholarship program
The ESA Foundation is now accepting applications for its 2018-19 Computer and Video Game Arts Scholarship program. The program provides financial assistance to women and minority students pursuing computer science or video game arts-related degrees at accredited four-year colleges and universities across the United States.
If you know of any students interested in applying for a 2018-19 ESA Foundation scholarship they should visit www.ESAFoundationScholars.org for additional information, to view testimonials from last year’s recipients, and the application form. Answers to frequently asked questions about the scholarship application process are available here. Additionally, it would be appreciated if you could share this on any university community boards or other public communication channels for your programs that might target interested students.
Applicants must be:
- Women or minority students
- Pursuing degrees leading to careers in computer and video game arts (high school seniors must already be accepted into a program)
- Enrolling or enrolled in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States
- Maintaining a grade point average of 2.75 or above on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent)
- U.S. citizens
The application deadline for the scholarship program is Thursday, April 26, 2018 11:58 PM PST.
#15 -2018 BEYA STEM Conference
Enjoy seminars, workshops, student leadership dinners, networking, exhibits, and more!
Please see Dr. Eugene immediately if you are interested in going.
#14 -AccessComputing Research Experiences for Undergraduates
AccessComputing has funding for Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs). Through an REU experience, students are directly involved in computing research in a university. This allows students who are considering graduate school to learn more about the research process and makes them more competitive applicants for graduate school.
The AccessComputing REU program places computing students with disabilities in computing research projects at colleges and universities. Most often, we work with students to locate research opportunities in their own communities.
Students are paid a stipend and participate in professional development activities throughout the summer. Funding for housing and/or travel expenses may be available for students placed in REUs at universities other than their home institution.
To apply, students need to complete the AccessComputing Team application and apply to the Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU) program.
#13 – 2018 IU Summer Research Opportunities in Computing Program
Greetings from Indiana University! Please spread the word about the 2018 IU Summer Research Opportunities in Computing Program (https://www.sice.indiana.edu/faculty-research/student-research/sroc/index.html). Send some of your talented and research inquisitive students our way for we would love to have them on campus this summer.
The application link is: https://iu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_01zb9jiggRqnIvH
Deadline: February 16, 2018
#12 – Summer 2018 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at Johns Hopkins University
Please share this exciting opportunity with your undergraduates in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. We have 30 different research projects for students to choose from, and they are outlined in the attached document. Please feel free to reach out with any questions.
#11 -MIT Summer Research Program 2018 Application Open
We are interested in identifying talented underrepresented minority – particularly Black/African American, American Indian, Latinx/Hispanic, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander – and underserved undergraduate students who may benefit from a highly-competitive, 9-week, research-intensive experience. We are seeking emerging researchers interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in one of over thirty academic programs at MIT including architecture and planning; engineering; humanities, arts, and social sciences; and science. Additional program details, eligibility requirements and online application can be found on the web at http://mit.edu/msrp.
#10 – 2018 Kathryn Turner Diversity and Technology Internship
The Smithsonian Libraries is pleased to offer the Kathryn Turner Diversity and Technology Internship to students for the summer of 2018. This paid, full-time, 10 week program allows a student at a Historically Black College or University with a background in computer science to sharpen his/her skills and gain real world experience in the largest museum library system in the world. Applications close February 2nd, 2018.
The theme of this year’s project is “Identifiers and Data”. The intern will help investigate methods for working with existing library datasets and participate in developing tools for modifying and linking data between the Libraries’ databases, website, and external sources such as Wikidata. Intern will learn and gain experience in a production environment with all the complexities it contains. Intern will also have the opportunity to learn about narrow-scope software development and will be able to collaborate side by side with experienced professionals in multiple disciplines.
Full details, including application instructions, may be found on our webpage: https://library.si.edu/diversity-technology-internship
#9 Wells Fargo is Recruiting Seniors in Computer Science
Wells Fargo is recruiting Seniors majoring in Computer Science or Computer Engineering that will be Graduating in December 2017 or May/June 2018 for our Wells Fargo Capital Markets Technology Analyst Program. We have full-time opportunities available in New York City and Charlotte, NC.
You can reference details regarding the full-time analyst program within attached flyer or visiting the following website: http://myfuture.wf.com/seniors-securities-tech
If aware of Graduating Seniors majoring in Computer Science or Computer Engineering that would have interest in this full-time opportunity, please have them contact me with an updated resume at Leroy.Clarke@wellsfargo.com
NOTE: The deadline to contact me regarding interest in the Capital Markets Technology Analyst Program is Friday, January 5th, 2018.
#8 RESEARCH EXPERIENCES FOR UNDERGRADUATES (REU): INCLUSION (Incubating a New Community of Leaders Using Software, Inclusion, Innovation, Interdisciplinary and OpeN-Science)
Incubating a New Community of Leaders Using Software, Inclusion, Innovation, Interdisciplinary and OpeN-Science (INCLUSION) is a 10-week (paid) summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). This opportunity is especially looking for members of underrepresented groups in STEM.
#7 Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP)
Accepting Applications for Summer 2018 Paid Internships:
Undergraduate and Graduate Students Attending a Minority Serving Institution are Encouraged to Apply: https://orise.orau.gov/msipp/
The Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP) is currently accepting applications for the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2018 MSIPP Internships, which are 10-week summer research internships for students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) related disciplines. Opportunities are offered at host laboratories under the guidance of senior research staff.
- January 5, 2018
Internships are located at the following host Department of Energy (DOE) labs:
- Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL
- Idaho National Lab, Idaho Falls, ID
- Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, NM
- Oak Ridge National Lab, Oak Ridge, TN
- Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, WA
- Savannah River National Lab, Aiken, SC
- Direct exposure to and participation in mission relevant research at a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) host laboratory.
- Hands-on research experience and training under the mentorship of DOE scientists.
- Compensation by stipend or salary and may include one round trip domestic travel to and from the host laboratory.
- Housing information will be provided to selected candidates prior to arrival at the host laboratory.
- Let us know if you have questions:
For complete information, visit https://orise.orau.gov/msipp/
#6 Google Scholarships:
At Google, we believe information should be universally accessible. Our education and scholarship programs aim to inspire and help students become future leaders in computing and technology by breaking down the barriers that prevent them from entering these fields. If selected, scholarship recipients will each receive a $10,000 scholarship for the 2018-2019 academic year and be invited to attend the annual Google Scholars’ Retreat at the Googleplex next summer.
Please see below for a list of open scholarships:
Women Techmakers Scholars Program (formerly known as the Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship) is open to current female undergraduate or graduate students who will be studying at a university in the United States or Canada for the 2018-2019 academic year. Deadline: December 11, 2017
***Generation Google Scholarship is open to current undergraduate or graduate students from an underrepresented background in computer science who will be studying at a university in United States or Canada for the 2018-2019 academic year. Deadline: December 11, 2017
Google Lime Scholarship is open to current undergraduate or graduate students with disabilities who will be studying at a university in United States or Canada for the 2018-2019 academic year. Deadline: December 10, 2017
Google Student Veterans of America Scholarship is open to current undergraduate or graduate student veterans who will be studying at a university in the United States for the 2018-2019 academic year. Deadline: November 14, 2017
For questions and complete details on all of our scholarships, please visit g.co/scholarships.
#5 NSA Day of Cyber
Maryland Launches “NSA Day of Cyber” School Challenge
Program Aims to Ignite Student Interest in Cybersecurity
Thousands of open and unfilled cybersecurity jobs are present in Maryland and across the country. The demand for cybersecurity professionals is growing twelve times faster than the overall job market. The NSA Day of Cyber School Challenge is a way for Maryland to help prepare students for the rewarding and impactful careers in this high-demand field.
Use the following information to register as a student from Coppin State and follow the on-screen experience. It should be fun!
LifeJourney Address: https://prod.lifejourney.us
Student Registration Key: bxov3gd
The NSA Day of Cyber is an interactive web-based platform that enables students to take a seat beside the NSA Cyber Threat Director. Students will virtually participate in challenging, real-world scenarios that allow them to discover the skills and tools used by NSA cyber professionals, as well as explore the vast number of careers in cybersecurity. Upon completion, each student receives a “Cyber Resume” and NSA Certificate of Completion.
“Challenging our students to think ahead and consider career choices in cybersecurity and related fields ensures they have the solid foundation they need to compete in an increasingly globalized workforce,” said Dr. Salmon. “The ‘Day of Cyber’ Challenge provides an exciting opportunity for Maryland students to become inspired and interested in one of Maryland’s fastest growing fields.”
The schools and teachers with the highest student participation in the program will be recognized by the Maryland State Department of Education. The schools with the highest student participation will be based on the number of students who have completed the introductory portion of the NSA Day of Cyber platform and have generated their “Cyber Resume.”
More information can be found on the NSA Day of Cyber website, https://www.nsadayofcyber.com/.
#4 NASA Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students (SUITS)
NASA Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students (SUITS) is looking for undergraduate and/or graduate student teams to submit a written proposal to design, build and test an information display system within an augmented-reality environment to assist astronauts in completing spacewalk tasks. The challenge demonstrates different modes of visual and audio communication to determine the best methods for displaying and communicating information to astronauts. The test week will take place May 21 to 25 at Johnson Space Center.
Interested students should start by forming a team within their educational institution, including at least one faculty sponsor. Submit a proposal here.
Proposals are due Friday, Dec. 15.
Jacobs JETS – NASA JSC (EC7)
UWMS – Systems Project & Test Engineer
#3 Microsoft Undergraduate Research Internship
If you are an undergrad interested in pure research in computing, please consider applying to our Undergraduate Research Internship Program this year. If you are a faculty member, please share with your students. Applications are due December 1, 2017: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/opportunity/undergraduate-research-internship/
We especially encourage applications from groups currently underrepresented in computer science, including women, Native-Americans, African-Americans, Hispanics, and students with disabilities.
#2 CSU STEM Resume Workshop
October 27, 2017
RSVP Here! bit.ly/CSU-craftmyresume
#1 Google Summer Internship Opportunities
NOTE: You can be assigned to any Google location.
If you are a freshman or sophomore, view this opportunity.
If you are a junior, view this opportunity.
Please make plans to attend the Google Summer Internship Application Party on Tuesday, October 31 from 4-6pm.
Applications due November 3, 2017 11:59pm PST.