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Join CITRIS

Join the CITRIS team and get your start in tech! CITRIS is hiring students for positions for Fall 2022. CITRIS delivers high-quality content to campus, community, schools and industry through events and research programs. Join our team and get connected with health, aviation, ag-food-tech and sustainability. CITRIS is hiring for diverse technology programs, from student-focused…
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Apply Now for a Paid Summer Internship with Real Research Experience 

The May 1 deadline is fast approaching for students to apply for the San Joaquin Valley Food and Agriculture Cyberinformatics Tools and Science (FACTS) bridge program, a paid summer research program funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Hosted by the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS)…
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Frontiers in Technology

Please join us for a special lecture hosted jointly by the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Group and CITRIS. Frontiers in Technology Distinguished Speaker Series Featuring Dr. Gabe Loh The Motivation for Chiplets and their Adoption in AMD Processors Friday, April 29, 2022 12-1pm SSB 170, UC Merced Abstract: For decades, Moore’s Law has delivered…
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March 14 for the CITRIS AgBag with David Zilberman

We are delighted to host Dr. David Zilberman on Monday, March 14 at 12-1p for the online and in-person on CITRIS Research on Ag-Food-Tech AgBag Seminar titled “Innovation and Supply Chains in Agriculture.” Dr. Zilberman is the lead agricultural economist on the UC Merced-led LACA: [laca.ucmerced.edu]Labor and Automation in California Agriculture (funded by UCOP Multicampus Research Program and Initiative)…
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2022 Diversity in Tech Symposium: Advancing Climate Resilience

Register here for the Diversity in Tech Symposium on Advancing Climate Resilience Career Fair! Thursday, March 10, 2022 | 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM PT The Virtual Career Fair will feature companies and startups in the climate resilience space and internship and career opportunities. Join us for the conversation with tech companies on the leading…
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EECS and CITRIS Frontiers in Technology presents Dr. Murali Annavaram on March 11, 12p

The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Group and CITRIS UC Merced are pleased to host the Frontiers in Technology Distinguished Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Murali Annavaram, expert in computer architecture and machine learning, the founding director of REAL@USC-Meta Center, and Professor in the Ming-Hsieh Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Southern California. Frontiers…
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USDA Careers

USDA needs talent, check out the jobs at their website

USDA Internship Positions

There are two USDA internship positions posted currently on USAJobs.gov for a biological science trainee and a social science trainee. The application windows are pretty short—the applications close on 11/26/2021 or until 70 applications are received.  Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/Results?k=nifa Bookmark USAJobs.gov for internship opportunities as they are posted multiple times a year for various USDA agencies.

¡Valle! Get your start in Tech 

Are you or a student you know interested in tech, professional development, or research? Do you know a student interested in exploring technology? At CITRIS, we say technology is everywhere and it’s never too early to get your start. Now in its third year, ¡Valle! Get your start in Tech is a Google Research exploreCSR program designed to provide…
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Valle Tech Conference

Get mentoring, experience, and a network of tech-interested peers and friends through weekly meetings and special events. After being a member of the innovative network, ¡Valle!, you will: learn a new coding skill with Google Earth Engine visualize your career pathways increase your confidence and sense of belonging in STEM prep application materials for your…
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