Finance Position with Goldman Sachs

The MRM group looks for people with strong quantitative & tech background with a good understanding and interest in the financial markets.

Looking for candidates with:

Strong communication skills
Strong quantitative skills with Ph.D. in quantitative discipline
Strong command of object oriented programming
Experience working in teams

More info

The MRM group looks for people with strong quantitative & tech background with a good understanding and interest in the financial markets.

Looking for candidates with:

Strong communication skills
Strong quantitative skills with Ph.D. in quantitative discipline
Strong command of object oriented programming
Experience working in teams

More info

The MRM group looks for people with strong quantitative & tech background with a good understanding and interest in the financial markets.

Looking for candidates with:

Strong communication skills
Strong quantitative skills with Ph.D. in quantitative discipline
Strong command of object oriented programming
Experience working in teams

More info

Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Session

Academic Services will offer a workshop for students about policies & procedures related to filing theses & procedures related to filing theses & dissertations. This session will address both Master's and Doctoral filers.

Where: Young Research Library -WEC Room 23167
When: Tue, Feb. 9, 2016

Academic Services will offer a workshop for students about policies & procedures related to filing theses & procedures related to filing theses & dissertations. This session will address both Master's and Doctoral filers.

Where: Young Research Library -WEC Room 23167
When: Tue, Feb. 9, 2016

Academic Services will offer a workshop for students about policies & procedures related to filing theses & procedures related to filing theses & dissertations. This session will address both Master's and Doctoral filers.

Where: Young Research Library -WEC Room 23167
When: Tue, Feb. 9, 2016

Grad Slam – Basic Presentation Skills RSVP

Friday, February 12, 2016, 10 am – 12 pm Charles E. Young Research Library, Room 11360
This workshop will help you articulate your information and content in a manner that is well received by a “non-specialist” audience increasing retention. By the conclusion of the workshop you will improve your understanding of how adults prefer to take-in, process, and synthesize new knowledge allowing your presentation to resonate with a disparate audience. You will learn your own primary, secondary, and tertiary preferences for taking-in new information, thereby mitigating subjectivity in your delivery, ensuring your presentation is relevant to an audience outside your career field.

 RSVP

Speaker: Reginald (Reg) Randles, Lead Training Specialist, UCLA Health Human Resources CORE Reg designs, develops and facilitates training. He is a Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI®) Certified Practitioner and a qualified D.i.S.C. Classic® facilitator. A published author, Reg holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University, an Executive Certificate in Public and Non-Profit Leadership from Chapman University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Communication from California State University, Los Angeles.

 

Friday, February 12, 2016, 10 am – 12 pm Charles E. Young Research Library, Room 11360
This workshop will help you articulate your information and content in a manner that is well received by a “non-specialist” audience increasing retention. By the conclusion of the workshop you will improve your understanding of how adults prefer to take-in, process, and synthesize new knowledge allowing your presentation to resonate with a disparate audience. You will learn your own primary, secondary, and tertiary preferences for taking-in new information, thereby mitigating subjectivity in your delivery, ensuring your presentation is relevant to an audience outside your career field.

 RSVP

Speaker: Reginald (Reg) Randles, Lead Training Specialist, UCLA Health Human Resources CORE Reg designs, develops and facilitates training. He is a Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI®) Certified Practitioner and a qualified D.i.S.C. Classic® facilitator. A published author, Reg holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University, an Executive Certificate in Public and Non-Profit Leadership from Chapman University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Communication from California State University, Los Angeles.

 

Friday, February 12, 2016, 10 am – 12 pm Charles E. Young Research Library, Room 11360
This workshop will help you articulate your information and content in a manner that is well received by a “non-specialist” audience increasing retention. By the conclusion of the workshop you will improve your understanding of how adults prefer to take-in, process, and synthesize new knowledge allowing your presentation to resonate with a disparate audience. You will learn your own primary, secondary, and tertiary preferences for taking-in new information, thereby mitigating subjectivity in your delivery, ensuring your presentation is relevant to an audience outside your career field.

 RSVP

Speaker: Reginald (Reg) Randles, Lead Training Specialist, UCLA Health Human Resources CORE Reg designs, develops and facilitates training. He is a Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI®) Certified Practitioner and a qualified D.i.S.C. Classic® facilitator. A published author, Reg holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University, an Executive Certificate in Public and Non-Profit Leadership from Chapman University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Communication from California State University, Los Angeles.

 

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GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines. Furthermore, reasonable procedures must be established to guarantee the fair and responsible representation of all graduate students.

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Sustainability Speaker Series

WHEN: Thur, Feb. 11th from 6-7:30 PM

WHERE: Haines Hall A44

RSVP Link: https://src-sss-3.eventbrite.com

 

In our new Sustainability Speaker Series, Speakers from fields related to sustainability and the environment will be invited to talk about their work and to give advice to students about school, career choices, and the professional world as it relates to sustainability.

 

Our next Sustainable Speaker Series event will be on Thursday, Feb. 11th with Rachel Surls, the Sustainable Food Systems Advisor for the UC Cooperative Extension in LA County, and a board member of the LA Food Policy Council! As always, a light dinner is provided. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of LA's best experts in food sustainability and urban agriculture! RSVP here!

WHEN: Thur, Feb. 11th from 6-7:30 PM

WHERE: Haines Hall A44

RSVP Link: https://src-sss-3.eventbrite.com

 

In our new Sustainability Speaker Series, Speakers from fields related to sustainability and the environment will be invited to talk about their work and to give advice to students about school, career choices, and the professional world as it relates to sustainability.

 

Our next Sustainable Speaker Series event will be on Thursday, Feb. 11th with Rachel Surls, the Sustainable Food Systems Advisor for the UC Cooperative Extension in LA County, and a board member of the LA Food Policy Council! As always, a light dinner is provided. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of LA's best experts in food sustainability and urban agriculture! RSVP here!

WHEN: Thur, Feb. 11th from 6-7:30 PM

WHERE: Haines Hall A44

RSVP Link: https://src-sss-3.eventbrite.com

 

In our new Sustainability Speaker Series, Speakers from fields related to sustainability and the environment will be invited to talk about their work and to give advice to students about school, career choices, and the professional world as it relates to sustainability.

 

Our next Sustainable Speaker Series event will be on Thursday, Feb. 11th with Rachel Surls, the Sustainable Food Systems Advisor for the UC Cooperative Extension in LA County, and a board member of the LA Food Policy Council! As always, a light dinner is provided. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of LA's best experts in food sustainability and urban agriculture! RSVP here!

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Community Supported Agriculture Box Program

$17 - $22

What: A variety of fresh, local, organic produce boxes delivered right to campus

When: Pick-up on Wednesdays from 2 - 2:50, 3 - 4 pm

Where: SRC Office (160 Kerckhoff)

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Grad Slam – Basic Presentation Skills RSVP

Friday, February 12, 2016, 10 am – 12 pm Charles E. Young Research Library, Room 11360 This workshop will help you articulate your information and content in a manner that is well received by a “non-specialist” audience increasing retention. By the conclusion of the workshop you will improve your understanding of how adults prefer...

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The GRIT Program is currently accepting applications for Peer Coaches. Applications are due Tuesday, February 23, 2016. Log on to BruinView and Search Job ID: 908347 Position Term: Spring 2016-Spring 2017 Must commit to mandatory training during Spring 2016 (Tuesdays & Thursdays 4-6pm) Click here for additional information about the Peer Coach position  About...

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About GSA

The Graduate Students Association (GSA) was established in 1936 to promote the interests of all graduate and professional students at UCLA. More than simply graduate student government, GSA is a student-run, ASUCLA-affiliated organization that sponsors a variety of social, academic, and community programs. Our representatives serve on several campus committees to give graduate and professional students a voice in administrative decisions. Our goal is to enrich and improve the entire graduate educational experience. For more information about our organization, and how you can get involved, please explore this website or stop by our office in Kerchkoff 316.

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