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STEM Leads Research Opportunities

June 17th, 2020

Here is the Center for Career Development's weekly compilation of research events, opportunities, and positions, as advertised through Handshake. Click here for additional Career Development tools/resources. Feel free to contact the Center for Career Development if you have any questions regarding the opportunities listed below or contact the Office of Undergraduate Research if you have other questions about doing research.




Digital Signal Processing Associate – Applied Research Laboratories

Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Math, Physics or equivalent. Demonstrated ability in implementing DSP algorithms in analysis software or in hardware (FPGA and/or GPU platforms) to perform digital receiver processing for RF signal applications.


Environmental Scientist – Northeast Army Healthcare Recruiting

Supervise the scientific research for environmental health and industrial hygiene. As an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, their knowledge helps prevent illness and injury for military personnel.


Environmental Scientist 1 – Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Evaluate the compliance status of assigned facilities with their solid waste negotiate settlements as part of a team, investigating and follow-up on solid waste complaints, acting as a case manager for assigned enforcement cases and reviewing permits for enforceable conditions.  


Full-time Associate – Magellan Research Group

Magellan Research Group is a fast-growing, information services start-up, connecting SMEs s with key decision-makers at top hedge funds and private equity groups. As an Associate, you will digest incoming requests from our clients and will use your tenacity and creativity to source the best experts in the industry.


Product Manager, Diagnostics and Research – GenScript USA

World leader in the biotechnology reagent service industry, as well as an open platform for pre-clinical drugs discovery and pharmaceutical development, driven by innovative technologies. New product development and commercialization of diagnostics and research products such as antibodies, proteins, peptides and kits. 




Summer 2021 Analyst Internships – Morgan Stanley

Apply by July 27 for: Firm Strategy, Global Capital Markets, Investment Banking/Management, Public Finance, Research, Sales & Trading, Wealth Mgmt.

Apply by Sep 6 for: Compliance, Corporate Services/Treasury, Finance, Operations, Risk Management, and Diversity Sophomores Summer Programs




Contact Tracer Training – State of New Jersey

Contact tracing is a full time commitment given the training requirement and access to various necessary systems. In order to work effectively, we will be scheduling people 7 days a week between 8am-8pm, but not to exceed 35 hours per week. 


Food Chemistry Fellowship – U.S. Food & Drug Administration

Five research opps available. The project will involve the development of methods for the quantitative determination of chemical constituents, contaminants and adulterants in foods and dietary supplements using chromatography and mass spectrometry (MS)-based techniques (i.e. LC-UV, LC-MS, GC-FID, GC-MS). 


Microbiologist – Kansas Department of Health & Environment

Seeking a Laboratory Scientist in Health Chemistry to analyze Newborn Screening specimens. The Scientist will perform analysis, review data and report complex biochemical and immunological screening analyses to detect infants at risk for genetic disorders.


Radioisotope Production Post-Bachelor’s Research Associate – Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Purist is a start-up company and part of the DOE-sponsored Innovation Crossroads Program. , is focused on developing a technology that can be implemented in small-scale, underutilized research nuclear reactors for on-demand production of high-purity medical radioisotopes.


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