51Job 2020 Online Career Fair for Overseas Students
Hosted by 51job, the leading provider of integrated HR services in China, the Online Career Fair for Overseas Students has been held for four consecutive years . In the past three years, this event has successfully helped 400+ companies, and 200,000+ overseas graduates.
Their employers, includingincluding Bosch China, ByteDance, and Pingan Bank, will be fully displayed in the form of web pages through 51job overseas unique channels which can get up to 700,000 online page views during the event. The online platform has been update d with over 1,000 high quality jobs waiting for you to explore! 51job looks forward to helping you achieve better career development.
Please follow “ 51job 海外 ” official WeChat account (ID overseas_ 51job)
Reply to 海外双选会 You can get the resume upload link.
Lockin China 2020 Interview Event for Global Talents
This summer, Lockin China has arranged its first offline event, Interview Event for Global Talents, to help overseas talents make up for the loss of the spring recruiting season, moving candidates straight into the interview process (after an initial screening) and improving a candidate’s job search efficiency.
Different from job fair, Lockin China will strictly control the number of participants and limit interviews to 15 minutes each to ensure everyone’s safety. Students who sign up will need to pass the initial CV screening process to get the event invitation.
To sign up for the event, students can simply go to http://promotions.lockinu.com/zhaopinhui/index and follow the steps listed. Students are strongly encouraged to register as early as possible to secure interview opportunities.
The Interview Events will be held on July 11, 2020 in Shanghai and July 18, 2020 in Shenzhen, with locations to be determined. (* There is no charge for students to sign up and attend the interview events.)
AIAA LA-LV E-Town Hall: Towards Earth 2.0: Exoplanets and Future Space Telescopes
Humans have long wondered if there were worlds around other stars and maybe life on those worlds. Over the last two decades, astronomers have found that the answer to the first question is a resounding YES! In fact, planets around other stars (exoplanets) are amazingly common. On average, there’s at least one planet for every star in the Milky Way galaxy, meaning over 100 billion planets in our galaxy alone. Even better, the exoplanets discovered are surprisingly diverse, with exotic types that we don't have in the solar system – blazing hot Jupiters, mini-Neptunes, super-Earths. We've also discovered Earth-size exoplanets orbiting in stellar “habitable zones”. A habitable zone is the range of distances from a star where a rocky planet like Earth might have liquid water on its surface, which is a key ingredient for life. Earth is unique in the solar system because its surface life is so abundant that it has changed the planet’s whole atmosphere. For example, the oxygen we breathe comes from photosynthetic organisms (green plants). With the right tools and techniques, we have a chance of seeing such signs of life on a planet around another star. Right now, it's hard to measure much more about an exoplanet than its orbit, mass, and/or size. Probing the atmospheres and surfaces of Earth-size planets around Sun-like stars is not yet possible – but could be in the coming decades. I'll discuss how astronomers can study exoplanet atmospheres, challenges in the search for Earth 2.0, and prospects for future discoveries using space-based telescopes.
A team of scientists and engineers has developed a concept for a “super-duper Hubble” called LUVOIR. The key goals of this possible future space telescope are to find dozens of Earth-size planets in the habitable zones of stars like our Sun and probe those worlds for signs of water and life. The presenter will share a few highlights from our 2019 Final Report on the LUVOIR concept study, and provide a glimpse into the early stages of developing a future NASA Great Observatory.
Entry-Level Master’s Program Virtual Information Sessions
At our Entry-Level Master of Arts Program Virtual Information Sessions, you will have the opportunity to hear from a member of our Admissions Team, and one of our student ambassadors. The sessions are held online in a live chat format so you will be able to ask questions and interact directly with these USC administrative and educational leaders.
Our virtual information sessions use Zoom, a platform which is supported by almost any recent desktop or laptop computer, phone or tablet, and doesn’t require any download/installation of software.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot in our virtual information session.
Please note: This information session is for the Entry-Level Master of Arts in Occupational Therapy, a two-year program designed for students with bachelor’s degrees in fields other than occupational therapy in order to enter the occupational therapy profession.
Please note: times are listed in Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) time zone.