Immediate Opening: Summer Engineering Research Opportunity
A full time summer fellowship (stipend $4,000-$5,000) is available immediately with a UConn aerospace engineering startup company. Research will involve hands-on design, testing and building of several drone platforms. Location is on-site in the UConn technology incubator in Stamford, CT. Technical “can-do” mindset required; background in mechanical, electrical, or computer engineering desirable but not essential.
This fellowship is an immersive research experience in technology innovation and entrepreneurship offered through the UConn TIP Innovation Fellows Program. The summer fellowship requires a full-time commitment for 10 weeks. Undergrad stipend is $4,000; Masters’ stipend is $5,000.
Eligibility: Any UCONN undergraduate or master’s student. International students welcome.
Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate consideration.
Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico invites schools, faculty/mentors, and students to participate in the Global Scaling Challenge. The Challenge is a “live” and “real” case challenge experience for your students where the students present to as many as three firms over three days (April 22nd – 24th) via an internet meeting technique. Please utilize the web link attached where you can find the more information and our student team application portal. (https://www.innovationunm.com/).
The Challenge offers participating teams and mentors a unique opportunity to The Challenge offers participating teams and mentors a unique opportunity to understand and solve complex scaling needs and challenges of firms operating in a highly diverse environment. Any team can consist of up to 4 students from any educational level (bachelors, masters, or Ph.D.’s or any mix thereof) to compete in our inaugural “Global Scaling Challenge.”
This year three firms that are addressing 21st century biological challenges have been chosen. Your team or teams will be provided three types of information two weeks before the start of the competition. The information will include: a video of the firms’ value proposition; Boston Analytics artificial intelligence-based workup focusing on potential firm customers, investors and acquirers; and all written material provided by the firms. The teams will be required to provide a 10-minute presentation live on the day of the competition to a judging panel and the subject firm. There will then be a 10-minute question and answer period. All presentations and materials from the teams will be submitted to the Global Scaling Challenge Committee. The Challenge is a three-round competition focused on three different firms. For priority consideration teams should apply before April 7th. The Challenge will be held from April 22nd to April 24th.
Unlike other case competitions, student presentations will be made of and to “real” firms in a “live” setting. The Challenge features over $5,000 in awards and recognition for participating teams!
Please see the web link attached where you can find the more information and our application portal. (https://www.innovationunm.com/)
The Global Scaling Challenge Committee
Dr. Raj Mahto, Dr. Yorgos Marinakis and Dr. Steven Walsh