Summer Internships at Lubrizol Corporation

The Lubrizol Corporation is offering a paid summer (2024) internship in the Data Science group. Lubrizol is seeking applications from BS/MS/PhD students from Biostatistics, Statistics, Computer Science, or related departments. The application link is:…

This is an exciting opportunity to participate in applied data analysis projects as well as methodological development projects, with current data scientists as well as scientists from other areas of the company. All projects are highly collaborative, giving students an opportunity to further develop their scientific communication skills.  

STEM Fair September 27 and 28

The University of South Carolina will host our Fall 2023 2-Day STEM Fair on September 27th and 28th at the Carolina Coliseum (701 Assembly Street, Columbia SC 29201) from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm.  We will host nearly 200 unique employers hiring across diverse STEM majors. Recruiters will be from a broad range of industries related to the sciences, technology and computing, engineering, mathematics, and data analysis to participate in our USC STEM fair. The attached flyer highlights employers and programs represented by the major they are hiring.

Students in attendance will be able to learn more about full-time jobs, internship opportunities, and STEM-related graduate programs. This fair is open to ALL USC Students and Alumni. can register for the event on Handshake at the links below.

STEM Fair Day 1, September 27th
STEM Fair Day 2, September 28th

If students are new to career fairs, they are able to join our First Time Tour, available at 1pm and 2:30pm each day. No stress, no pressure- just walk around with a career coach and learn how to navigate the fair. This tour is geared to freshman and sophomore students, but all students are welcomed to attend. Sign up at the link below!

STEM Day 1, 1:00pm tour
STEM Day 1, 2:30pm tour
STEM Day 2, 1pm tour
STEM Day 2, 2:30pm tour

We hope to see you and your students in attendance next week.

Computer Science Employers
Air Force Civilian Service 
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina 
Bulitech Services, LLC 
Capgemini America, Inc. 
Continental AG
Dodge Industrial, Inc. Epic
Fast Enterprises. LLC 
Friendly Consultants, Inc. 
Milliken & Company 
Naval Information Warfare Center
Robbins Air Force Base 
South Carolina Department of Administration 
Sonoco Products Company 
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Altec Industries 
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina 
Burns & McDonnell
Cognito Forms
Daimler Truck North America Eaton
Gulfstream Aerospace
Joint Warfare Analysis Center 
Naval Information Warfare Center 
Savannah River Mission Completion
Scientific Research Corporation 
Shaw Industries Group, Inc. 
South Carolina Department of Transportation
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga



Undergraduate research position at the Mechanical Engineering department

The i-MAPS laboratory, led by Prof. Sourav Banerjee in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is hiring highly motivated Undergraduate Computer Science Students for related projects on Automation for NDE, ML/AI, and robotics. The research position will be paid hourly for up to 15 hours a week. Interested students, please contact via email:

Requirements: Students must know programming with Python and/or Matlab. Knowledge of C/C++/C#/Javascript is a plus.

NVIDIA 2024-2025 Graduate Fellowship Program

Apply before September 7, 2023

Bringing together the world’s brightest minds and the latest accelerated computing technology leads to powerful breakthroughs that help tackle some of the biggest research problems.

NVIDIA is now accepting applications for the NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship Program for the 2024-2025 academic year! The program, now in its 23rd year, is now accepting applications worldwide. It focuses on supporting doctoral students working in AI, machine learning, autonomous vehicles, computer graphics, robotics, healthcare, high performance computing and related fields. Awards are up to $60,000 per student.

Since its start in 2002, the Graduate Fellowship Program has awarded nearly 200 grants worth more than $6 million.

Details and Qualifications

The application deadline for the 2024-2025 academic year is Sept. 7, 2023. An internship at NVIDIA preceding the fellowship year is mandatory — eligible candidates must be available for the internship in summer 2024. The program is open to applicants worldwide. Eligible graduate students must have completed their first year of Ph.D.-level studies at the time of application in the areas of computer science, computer engineering, system architecture, electrical engineering, or a related area.

How to Apply

Please click here for more information on eligibility and how to apply. Please share this opportunity with your departments, students, and friends.

Undergraduate research position at SyReX lab

Professor Sur at the CSE department is looking for undergraduate researchers for multiple exciting projects on wireless health monitoring, autonomous cars and drones, mobile physical security, 5G and 6G networking, etc., funded by the National Science Foundations, Office of Naval Research, Texas Instruments, and Vista Medical. This is a paid position. Please see the attached flyer and the website for more details.

Students working with Professor Sur have been recognized nationally and internationally for their research projects with numerous awards and fellowships, including Magellan Scholar Awards from the USC VPR office, IEEE MTT-S Undergraduate Fellowship, CRA outstanding researcher award, and several Best Poster Awards.

If you are interested, please contact with your CV, background, and research interests.

Syrex lab



University Housing- IT Technical Assistant

The primary duties of the University Housing Technology Services- Technical Assistant is to work alongside the professional technology services staff to maintain all technology for the University Housing department. In addition:

  • Maintain and update computers across various University Housing offices on campus
  • Troubleshoot and resolve client’s various computer related issues
  • Install new hardware and software as needed
  • Check in and out various IT equipment to Housing Staff
  • Check in and out of temporary building access cards to Housing Staff
  • Troubleshoot student and staff access control issues
  • Update various software and hardware as needed
  • Answer phones as needed
  • Duties as assigned

See ad and apply here.

NCCA Computer Scientist Position

DCSA's NCCA, Research Division is looking for Computer Scientist (Data Scientist/Data Analyst) with specialized experience in Software engineering (coding) in Python or C#; Data collection, data warehousing, and database systems such as SQL; Data analysis, Data modeling, and machine learning; AWS and/ or Azure cloud services. This job requires a change agent with the ability to provide guidance to senior leadership and provide support to technical and non-technical agency personnel.

Apply Here

The McNAIR Junior Fellows Program: Apply by April 21

  • Up to $3000 per recipient towards summer salary (awards may vary $2000-$3000; dependent on the application, student qualifications/experience, hours anticipated, etc.)
  • For College of Engineering & Computing (CEC) students in research with a CEC faculty mentor
  • Any academic year (up to non-graduating seniors)
  • Must have previous research experience

Deadline to apply: April 21, 2023. Apply Here

Assistant Professor Of Computer Engineering at Benedict College

The Computer Science, Physics and Engineering Department at Benedict College invites applications for full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Computer Engineering beginning Fall 2023. We are seeking individuals with strong commitment to excellence in teaching, research and service to the community and the college. Candidates are expected to teach a wide range of introductory and upper-level courses such as digital circuits, Computer organization and architecture, embedded systems, software engineering, data communications and networking, operating systems, and be able to supervise students’ senior design projects. We are looking for individuals with significant design experience. Familiarity with ABET Requirements for accreditation and Canvas, our Learning Management System, are desirable. Faculty members are also expected to participate in community service activities. In all matters, faculty are expected to maintain the highest standards of professional ethics consistent with the Benedict College Mission.

Apply Here.

Teaching Positions at Georgia College & State University

Georgia College & State University has an opening for a data science instructor and a computer science assistant professor. Both positions are housed in the Department of Information Systems & Computer Science in the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business & Technology. The department has an ABET accredited BS in CS and AACSB accredited programs for the BBA and Master of Management Information Systems. These position start August 1, 2023.

Data Science Instructor – The data science major just started in fall 2022 and has 15 majors already. This instructor will serve as the main contact for data science recruiting. The 10-month instructor will teach 4 sections in fall and 4 sections in spring semester and may make up to 9% per course for summer teaching. The position must be SACS qualified for math as one of these sections each fall and spring will be taught for the math department. The official job posting is located at posted

Computer Science Assistant Professor – This is a tenure track assistant professor 10-month position. This position will teach 3 sections per semester and may make up to 9% per course for summer teaching. The assistant professor must meet the AACSB research requirements set by the college to be a scholarly academic as indicated in the faculty qualifications document ( The computer science program has been ABET accredited since fall 2014. We have about 100 majors. This person will teach beginning Java as well as other CS/DS classes. The official job posting is located at

Georgia College & State University is Georgia’s designated public liberal arts university (

Richland County Sheriff’s Department: Quality Assurance Specialist;  Mobile Devices

The primary duties include dataset development for mobile devices (Android and iOS).  The process of developing datasets consists of several phases: Planning, Setup/Preparation, Data Population, and Acquisition.  A dataset is a collection of files or data (obtained from a digital device) created to have a desired set of attributes and known content.  In mobile forensics, these datasets can be used for a variety of quality assurance purposes, including but not limited to: the testing and evaluation of tools and methods, training and performance monitoring of forensic examiners, and verification of artifacts or analysis findings.  The quality of a test dataset is generally dependent upon the development documentation.   A well-documented dataset facilitates more rigorous testing and reliable results.

Applying candidates should have familiarity with the following:

  • Fluency with Android and iOS operating systems
  • Experience with documentation
  • Detail oriented
  • Some research experience desirable
  • Scenario development and scripting (Python) desirable

This is a part-time opportunity and hours are flexible. 

Please contact Captain Ricky Johnson at or 803-600-2567 for more information.

AI Research Internships for Undergraduates  

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Language and Speech Processing is organizing the Ninth Frederick Jelinek Memorial Summer Workshop from June 12 to August 4, 2023, this year hosted at the University of Le Mans, France.   We are seeking outstanding members of the current junior class enrolled in US-universities to join this residential research experience in human language technologies (HLT) from June 12 to August 4th, 2023.  

The internship includes a comprehensive 2-week summer school on HLT, followed by intensive research projects on select topics for 6 weeks.  

The 8-week workshop provides an intense, dynamic intellectual environment.  Undergraduates work closely alongside senior researchers as part of a multi-university research team, which has been assembled for the summer to attack HLT problem of current interest.  

The teams and topics for 2023 are:  

  • Better Together:  Text + Context 
  • Finite State Methods with Modern Neural Architectures for Speech Application and Beyond 
  • Automatic Design of Conversational Models from Observation of Human-to-Human Conversation
  • Interpretability for Spoken Interactions:  How Can We Use Embeddings to Explain Diarization Decisions? 
  • We hope that this highly selective and stimulating will encourage students to pursue graduate study in HLT and AI, as it has been doing for many years.

The summer workshop provides:  

  • An opportunity to explore an exciting new area of research  
  • A two-week tutorial on current speech and language technology  
  • Mentoring by experienced researchers  
  • Participation in project planning activities  
  • Use of cloud computing services  
  • A $6,000 stipend and $2,800 towards meals and incidental expenses  
  • Private furnished accommodation for the duration of the workshop  
  • Travel expenses to and from the workshop venue  

Applications should be received by Thursday, April 13, 2023.  The applicant must provide the name and contact information of a faculty nominator, who will be asked to upload a recommendation by Tuesday April 18, 2023.  Questions can be directed to 
Applicants are evaluated only on relevant skills, employment experience, past academic record, and the strength of letters of recommendation.  No limitation is placed on the undergraduate major.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. 


Full Stack Web Development Developer at Thorlabs

This position will primarily be responsible for development and maintenance of a web-based manufacturing execution system constructed using the Django backend framework and ReactJS as the front-end framework. Although the location of the position is in Columbia, SC, from time to time it may be required to undertake duties (virtually or in-person) at other Thorlabs locations. Apply here.

Undergraduate Research Assistant in Machine Learning

Professor Chris Sutton (Chem/Biochem Department) is seeking an undergraduate researcher to work on developing a website to publish a cutting-edge machine learned (ML) model funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. The selected candidate will be responsible for creating a website that allow for the broad use of the ML model. This position pays $20 per hour and offers an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience and develop essential skills that will benefit your future career. If you are interested in this position, please contact Professor Sutton at This position is open to any student with relevant experience and expertise.