Hallmarks of the MSEE URA is the program’s commitment to workforce development and a strong belief that diversity is integral to the success of the program. A comprehensive approach that starts at the high school level and carries through to professionals and faculty will provide an enduring workforce that will impact future generations. Subject to the availability of funding and in coordination with other STEM programs, opportunities will be posted below as they become available.
In addition to workforce development activities for underrepresented and underserved minorities in the STEM fields, the URA includes alliance members which are Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).
Opportunities within the MSEE URA
- Postdoctoral Fellow Opportunities
- PhD Student Opportunities
- Internship Opportunities
Professional Job Opportunities within the Government and Corporate Affiliates Program
None at this time.
Additional Professional Opportunities
RECENTLY ADDED OPPORTUNITIES
|Federal Resume Building Tips & Best Practices||Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Chemical and Biological Technologies Department||Students, Postdocs, and PI’s||Webinar||May 17, 2022|
|Data Scientist||EWI||Masters/Ph.D. students who are graduating soon and have experience applying machine learning/theory-based analytics to manufacturing processes||Buffalo Office – Buffalo, NY||N/A|
|Nuclear Engineering Nuclear Physics Electrical Engineering Post-doc
(See pdf attached)
|US Air Force Air Force Institute of Technology||postdoc||N/A
|Postdoctoral Fellowship in Applied Physics||US Department of Homeland Security||Postdocs with experience in physics, mathematics, modeling, or similar.||Atlantic City, NJ||N/A|
MSEE strives to make students and post-docs aware of fellowships, job openings, and other opportunities that may be of interest. If you’d like to join our workforce development digest and be notified of these opportunities, please email: Veronica Turner.