Fellowships and Employment Opportunities

The Data Incubator​ (posted January 3, 2019)

The Data Incubator offers fellowships for graduate students and postdocs interested in a career in data science.  Details about the fellowships and eligibility can be found at their FAQ page.


Idaho National Laboratory, Operations Research Postdoctoral Research Associate​ (posted December 9, 2018)

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a well-qualified Postdoctoral Associate in operations research, data science, applied math, computer science or comparable discipline for the Data and Software Sciences Department. In this position, you will focus on formulating and applying mathematical modeling and optimization methods to develop and interpret information that assists management with decision making, policy formulation, and/or other managerial/R&D functions for complex, resilient energy systems and critical infrastructure. You will play a key role in exciting research that 1) addresses critical and complex long-term challenges for overlapping sectors of critical infrastructure (e.g., power, transportation, water / wastewater, communications, supply chain considerations) and 2) evaluates a variety of energy challenges in biofuels, electrification of the grid, etc. in an effort to modernize the energy delivery system, enhance resilience of energy infrastructure, and identify best path to recover from disruptions to the energy system.


Wells Fargo Quantitative Associate Program (posted November 2, 2018)

The Capital Markets track is open to graduating PhD students, while the Credit and Operational Risk Track is open to graduating PhD and Masters students.

Applications are due November 15.  For application information and a list of additional job opportunities at Wells Fargo, see here.  You can apply online by going to http://www.wellsfargo.com/careers.

Email quantprogram@wellsfargo.com for more information.


Insight Data Fellows Programs (posted August 8, 2018)

Graduating students may apply for tuition-free fellowships in the following programs:

  • Data Science (for PhDs & Postdocs)
  • Health Data Science (for PhDs & Postdocs)
  • Data Engineering (for Bachelors, Masters, or PhDs)
  • Artificial Intelligence (for Bachelors, Masters, or PhDs)
  • Data Product Management (for Bachelors, Masters, or PhDs) ​
  • DevOps (for Bachelors, Masters, or PhDs)

Early applications are due August 20, 2018.  Apply online here.


Associate Principal Scientist/Health Economist - Mathematical Modeling (posted June 3, 2018).

Associate Principal Scientist provides strategic development and use of cutting-edge mathematical and economic models to enhance understanding of vaccines and infectious diseases, to quantify, and to communicate the value of Merck’s vaccines to patients, providers, payers, and policy makers. The scientist provides strategic and technical leadership using model-based scientific and business insights across all phases of drug and vaccine development. In addition, she/he serves as the Economic & Data Sciences (EDS) lead for one or more value evidence teams responsible for generation of evidence, including development of health economic, disease, and other mathematical models to enable business and scientific insights for the product.

Among the preferred qualifications are a PhD and experience in the design and analysis of mathematical models of infectious diseases and vaccination.


Junior Game Designer at
Gimmie Games (posted April 5, 2018).

Gimmie Games, a casino game design company, is seeking a Junior Game Designer with programming skills to join our game design team. Junior Game Designers both simulate and prove that our gaming concepts are viable in a casino environment. At Gimmie Games, our games utilize novel features that require imagination to invent and intelligence to analyze. As a Junior Game Designer, you will work closely with the other Game Designers to complete your game design projects. Further, we expect that your talent and expertise will extend beyond your assigned tasks and allow you to contribute to all stages of game design from concept to final product.

Please submit your most recent CV and any supporting material to info@gimmiegames.com.


Department of Energy, Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program (posted March 11, 2018)

Detailed information about the program, including eligibility requirements and access to the online application system, can be found at the link above.

The SCGSR program supports supplemental awards to outstanding U.S. graduate students to conduct part of their graduate thesis research at a DOE national laboratory/facility in collaboration with a DOE laboratory scientist for a period of 3 to 12 consecutive months—with the goal of preparing graduate students for scientific and technical careers critically important to the DOE Office of Science mission.

Applications are due 5 PM Eastern time on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. 

For any questions, please contact the SCGSR Program Manager, Dr. Ping Ge, at sc.scgsr@science.doe.gov.


Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, Full-Time Employment Opportunity: Assistant Program Manager for Summer Programs
(Posted February 27, 2018)

The Johns Hopkins University is seeking a full-time Assistant Program Manager for Center for Talented Youth Summer Programs to assist with curriculum development and planning and execution of its summer academic programs, which serve approximately 10,000 academically talented students each summer. CTY is a nonprofit dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of academically advanced K-12 students around the world. We provide today’s brightest students with fun, challenging courses; a community of engaged learners; and a strong foundation for future success in college and their careers.

The ideal candidate has a strong academic background in applied math, computer science, engineering, or economics, and is a mission-driven problem-solver who can thrive in CTY’s diverse, collaborative, fast-paced environment.

Please direct any questions to the hiring manager, Carlos Rodriguez.


Math to Industry Bootcamp 

This six-week program at the University of Minnesota offers a variety of courses and training to prepare students for a possible career outside of academia.

The application deadline is February 28, 2018.


Canada/USA Mathcam Graduate Student Mentor

Canada/USA Mathcamp is looking for graduate students in pure and applied mathematics and closely related disciplines as mentors for its Summer 2018 session, from June 20 to August 2.  Apply online by February 15.


Intel Employment Opportunities (Posted September 5, 2017)

Portland Technology Development (PTD), the process technology development body of Intel Corporation is inviting Ph.D. students to apply for employment in the area of Resolution Enhancement. They are looking for highly motivated individuals with strong educational background and solid technical and problem solving capabilities. Successful candidates will work on researching and developing microprocessor fabrication processes for Intel’s next generation microprocessors using state-of-the-art  tools and methods. 

Interested graduating students are invited to familiarize themselves with the job posted at http://jobs.intel.com/ShowJob/Id/1020400/RET-Design-Engineer/ and bring their resumes to the Intel Employment Seminar:

Date: Thursday, Sep 14th, 2017

Time: 3-4:30pm

Student Success Center, Clary Theatre

Food and soft drinks will be provided


Summer Program for Operations Research Technology (SPORT) at the National Security Agency (NSA) (Posted September 5, 2017)

SPORT is a 12-week *PAID* summer internship offered by the NSA that provides 8 U.S. Citizen graduate students the opportunity to apply their technical skills to current, real-world operations research problems at the NSA. SPORT looks for strong students in operations research, applied math, computer science, data science, industrial and systems engineering, and other related fields.

Please direct any questions to SPORT@nsa.gov


IBM Research - Career Opportunities (Posted August 29, 2017)

IBM Research collaborates with clients and universities to work on multi-disciplinary projects that quickly lead to prototypes, as well as long-term projects that last for years. Current focus areas include cognitive computing and augmented intelligence; quantum computing; blockchain; data-centric systems; advanced analytics; security; radical cloud innovation; next-generation silicon (and beyond); and brain-inspired devices and infrastructure.


New Post Doctoral Opportunities at SESYNC (Posted May 10, 2017)

The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) invites applications for three exciting new Postdoctoral Fellowship opportunities scheduled to start in August 2017. Applicants should submit their CV and a detailed cover letter by May 18.


Post Doctoral Opportunities through the Fulbright US Scholar Program (Posted May 5, 2017)

The Fulbright US Scholar programs offers a variety of opportunities specifically for early career and post doctoral applicants


DUKE TIP: Summer Employment in Mathematics (Posted May 3, 2017)

Seasonal program staff members teach innovative courses to academically talented students, design dynamic social activities that support their emotional and social development, and create a supportive community that encourages lifelong friendships.


Johns Hopkins, Center for Talented Youth (CTY) (Posted April 17, 2017)

Summer instructor opportunities at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.


QuanTM Math Circle Program at Emory (Posted April 12, 2017)

The QuanTM Math Circle has instructor positions open for math postdocs/graduate students at our high school summer program. The program will run from July 3rd to July 28th at Emory and the position pays $4,000. If interested in the positions, please send your resume to Steven Olsen at solsen@mathcircle.us.


Pre-Teaching Internships at Westminster School (Posted March 29, 2017) 

Georgia Tech Pre-Teaching and Westminster, an independent school in Atlanta, have partnered to offer an internship opportunity for an undergraduate or graduate student (international students included) in Westminster’s Middle School Innovation Lab (MSIL).