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If you have details regarding a job, internship, research project or co-op opportunity and you would like to share it with students and alumni, please email us the details at SEASCareers@gwu.edu or contact us at 202.994.4205 or stop by our office in the Science & Engineering Hall, suite 2730.  We will be happy to post the position or speak with the employer.

Discover how one team revolutionized Gmail for 425+ million users

How does one make something universally useful? In a way that both respects how people have used something in the past, and anticipates new behaviors?

If you are the front end engineering team for Gmail, you find compelling statistical data, …

By Mounica Raj Tata
Mounica Raj Tata Graduate Career Ambassador
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Cisco’s Key to Telecom Success: “Transformation Through Innovation”

The origins of the telecommunications service provider industry evoke thoughts of stable, even staid, providers of commodity communication services. Not that long ago, it was not very easy to distinguish service provider A from B, C and D.

My how …

By Mounica Raj Tata
Mounica Raj Tata Graduate Career Ambassador
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Filling the Talent Gap

Will Caldwell was sure he wanted to be a mechanical engineer. The 20-year-old had spent his childhood in Madison, Wis., building models of spacecraft and futuristic vehicles with whatever he could find around the house. He started a mechanical engineering …

By Mounica Raj Tata
Mounica Raj Tata Graduate Career Ambassador
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An Energy Grid with a Mind of Its Own

The United States’ energy grid needs immediate attention and the federal government’s Quadrennial Energy Review can help if carried out correctly, says Alan Snook, president of Grid20/20, which makes sensors and software to monitor the grid.

In 2015, the Obama …

By Mounica Raj Tata
Mounica Raj Tata Graduate Career Ambassador
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This Is What Impactful Engineering Leadership Looks Like

Three years ago, Jessica McKellar and a group of friends from MIT started stealthy chat startup Zulip. Less than two years later, it was acquired by Dropbox. And this wasn’t an anomaly. They’d done it once before, selling Ksplice to …

By Mounica Raj Tata
Mounica Raj Tata Graduate Career Ambassador
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