LSC Winter Scholarships Available

The primary objective of the Learning Strategies Center (LSC) Scholarship is to enable current full-time undergraduate students to graduate on schedule by providing financial support to attend Summer or Winter Session at Cornell.  Although many students wish to attend Summer or Winter Session, limited funding restricts us to awarding scholarships to eligible applicants who receive Cornell grant aid and demonstrate both an academic and financial need. LSC Scholarships are for Cornell courses only, and cover the cost of tuition.

Priority for scholarships is given in the following order:

  1. Seniors who need to fulfill requirements for graduation.
  2. Upper-class students who did not successfully complete a core course.
  3. Students who need Summer or Winter Session credits to place them on schedule for graduation.
  4. Students who have been encouraged to moderate their course load by an advisor due to extenuating circumstances.
  5. Supporting students’ participation in a broad range of academic enrichment opportunities provided by Cornell.

If you wish to be nominated you must meet with, and receive approval from, the Undergraduate Major Coordinator (Emily) for your department.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The LSC Scholarship is not granted for academic acceleration.

Earn a Minor in Design Strategy

The Department of Design + Environmental Analysis offers a minor in Design Strategy. This minor provides students with an understanding of design thinking and practice through the production of designed artifacts. The Design Strategy minor may be of particular interest to students from Information Science, Computer Science, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and other Engineering departments who are seeking design studies that compliment and may partly overlap with their technical understanding. The Design Strategy minor is meant to help prepare students to design more holistically in response to today’s complex challenges and opportunities.

Learn more about the Design Strategy minor at

Apply for the Insight Fellows Program

Insight Fellows Program

Apply to the Insight Fellows Program by October 21:

The Insight Fellows Programs are tuition-free fellowships for graduating students looking to transition to thriving careers as data scientists, engineers, and other cutting-edge professionals.

Insight Fellows:
– Pay no tuition; the program is fully funded by top companies
– Receive guidance throughout the entire process to meet, interview, and join top companies
– Launch a cutting-edge career where the average starting salary is $127K
– Join Insight from a wide range of backgrounds & education levels
– Join a community of 3,000 alumni that support each other throughout their careers

Insight alumni are now working at Facebook, LinkedIn, The New York Times, Apple, Airbnb, Netflix, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Github, Slack, 23andMe, Twitter, Bloomberg, NBC, Pinterest, Microsoft, Wayfair and 700+ other top companies.

We’re now accepting applications from graduating students (must have completed all coursework by January 13th in order to participate full time) for our winter sessions.

– Artificial Intelligence
– Data Engineering
– DevOps Engineering
– Decentralized Consensus
– Security
– Data Science*
– Health Data Science*

*Please note that our programs are open to all degree levels, except our Data Science and Health programs, which have a PhD requirement

-San Francisco
-New York
-Los Angeles
-Remote Program

Upcoming Deadline & Start Date:
– Application deadline: October 21
– Session begins: January 13

Want to learn more about Insight? Sign up for our upcoming online info session:
Bridging the Gap to a Career in Data
DATE: Tuesday, October 15, 2019
TIME: 5:00pm PT / 8:00pm ET
Please sign up for the info session here.

Learn more & apply:

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Questions? Email us at

Digital Alloys Internship Opportunities

Check out this exciting opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical and electrical engineering at Digital Alloys, Inc. Digital Alloys is a metal 3D printing startup developing a new technology called Joule Printing. It is a company of only 25 employees which means each person has a direct impact on company success.

We are looking for interns to work on all things mechanical and/or electrical on the machine we are developing. The role includes but is not limited to generating system requirements, mechanical design & analysis, making and releasing drawings, working with suppliers to fabricate parts, and assembling and testing in house. We are looking for anyone with a passion for innovation and a willingness to learn on the job.

For more information on the company and technology, check out our website and LinkedIn pages below. Our VP of Business runs a blog which outlines the 3D printing industry landscape, comparing the various technologies and where ours fits into the market.

Digital Alloys Website:

Digital Alloys LinkedIn:

Digital Alloys Blog Series:

Please reach out to Devinne Cullinane,  Cornell University BSME ’18, M. Eng. ’18, at with your resume and a note on your background.



Good Afternoon,

ENGRD/ECE 2720: Data Science for Engineers, has just been approved as a new math elective option. If taken, this course will also fulfill the probability and statistics requirement.

The course description is below:

Fall. 4 credits. Letter grades only.

Prerequisite: MATH 1920 and either CS 1110 or CS 1112.

A. Wagner.

An introduction to data science for engineers. The data science workflow: acquisition and cleansing, exploration and modeling, prediction and decision making, visualization and presentation. Techniques for different steps in the workflow including outlier detection, regression, change-point detection, and classification. An introduction to probability, focusing on Gaussian distributions and linear models. Methods for combining domain-agnostic data analysis tools with the types of domain-specific knowledge that are common in engineering. Programming projects in Python.

LEED Green Associate (GA) Training, Early Bird Pricing until September 18th

When: September 18th 2019 – 6:00PM to 9:30 PM

Where: Cornell – Hollister Hall – Room 372


Other Identical courses in NY: 

September 15 – Rochester –

September 16 – Buffalo –

September 17 – Syracuse –

September 19 – Binghamton –

October 27 – New York City –

October 28 – Newark –

November 9 – NYC –

If you are worried about your busy schedule or distance from the course location, fear not, as the workshop is entirely recorded and you can watch the entire recorded course online or live stream one of our webinar options here –

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. Buildings can become LEED Certified as can people! Boost your resume up with the LEED Green Associate, the only professional designation to show employers and clients you have certified knowledge in the field.

To date, this course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 9000 students pass their respective exam at a 99% pass rate. This course is offered at a quarter of the price and time as the competition and allows students to graduate with letters after their name!

This course is instructed by a USGBC Faculty member and is the most effective way to pass. The USGBC charges a $100 (reduced for students) fee for the actual exam which can be taken at any time at your nearest Prometric center. Save money by reserving your spot today and make a positive difference in your career!

Early-Bird Cost: $200 for students ($300 otherwise)
To register for the class please visit:
Please contact the instructor Lorne directly with any questions at

Lorne Mlotek BASc., LEED AP BD+C, O+M
President, LeadingGreen
585-764-5423 / 416-824-2677
B740 Sandford Fleming Building
10 King’s College Road, Toronto, M5S 3G4

Learn about how Engineering Alums have used their Degrees

Want to hear from Cornell Alumni about their career paths, industry knowledge and expertise? Come to the Engineering Career Center’s Alumni Career Conversations! These conversations are a great opportunity for students to learn about potential career fields of interest and to hear first-hand how our alumni are using their degrees, all while getting to know Cornell Alumni in a small-group setting. Register in Handshake.


Employer Alumni Major Date Time Location
Lord Abbett Kewjin Youh Operations Research 8-Nov 4:30pm Carpenter 220
Schwegman Lundberg Woessner Gregory Rabin   1-Nov 4:30pm Carpenter 220
Cloudera Daniel Sturman, 91 Computer Science 25-Oct 4:30pm Gates Hall, TBD
Telos Matt Richwine ECE 18-Oct noon Carpenter 220
Ursa Space Systems Adam Maher Mechanical Engineering, BA & M.Eng 4-Oct noon Carpenter 220
Morgan Stanley Kejing Jiang, 2014 Civil Engineering 3-Oct 4:00pm Carpenter 220
GE Aviation John Martin, 80 Mechanical Engineering 3-Oct noon Carpenter 220
Alta Devices Tasnuva Tabassu Materials Engineering 27-Sep noon Carpenter 220
Dow Jones; Director of Cybersecurity Governance, Risk and Compliance Jian Gong ECE 26-Sep noon Google Hangout, Carpenter 220
Arcadis Mark Lenz Environmental Engineering 20-Sep noon Carpenter 220
Lutron Russ MacAdam Electrical Engineering, BS & M.Eng 13-Sep noon Rhodes 195
Ridgeline Mark Funari & Frances Barrameda Mechanical Engineering 10-Sep noon Carpenter 220

Anduril Information Session: 9/18

Anduril Information Session

9/18 (Wed) 6:00 – 8:00 pm in Thurston 205

Anduril is pioneering life-saving AI platforms for protecting troops, performing search & rescue missions, fighting drug cartels, defending energy resources, combating wild fires, stopping human traffickers and much more. Join us to learn more about opportunities to get involved!

RSVP here!

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Sign up for a Free Membership to the New York Academy of Science

To support your professional and career development, Cornell University will sponsor a complimentary 1-year Membership to the New York Academy of Sciences for any interested undergraduate and graduate student, postdoc, faculty and staff member. For over 200 years, the Academy has helped scientists, engineers, and innovators pursue successful careers. 

To request a sponsored membership, sign up at NYAS.ORG/CORNELL

As an Academy Member, you’ll benefit from free or discounted access to:

Graduate Students & Postdocs – Learn more about other benefits and memberships available to you at!