Networking Day 2012

Networking Day is scheduled for November 13th-14th, 2013. The employer talk session will take place on the evening of the 13th, and student talk session will take place on the 14th.
Employer and Student registration now available!

Focusing on the Path Ahead!

Welcome to the CDO website. We are happy to welcome the Math department to join us in 2013! The CDO team is here to assist UW Physics, Math, and Astronomy students in their career advancement. We organize seminars and workshops specifically designed to focus on issues of career advancement for scientists. We also, in conjunction with the Department of Physics, annually host a Networking Day which brings representatives from the broader science and technology based community to the Department to interact with students in a one-on-one basis.

Mission Statement

The Career Development Organization (CDO) at the University of Washington is a registered student organization of Physics, Math, and Astronomy graduate students. Its mission is to assist the students of these departments and post doctoral fellows in their career advancement by organizing career seminars, compiling relevant employment data and preparatory information, and offering networking opportunities.

To remain competitive in the job market, physicists, mathematicians and astronomers need to augment their analytic and problem-solving skills with flexibility, leadership, and cross-disciplinary aptitude. The activities and services of CDO are intended to inform about these challenges, and to help prepare for a successful transition to their next venture.

Officers

Andrew Laszlo
Stephen Lewis
John Lee
Grant Aivazian
Matthias Smith

Disability Notice

The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodations, contact the Office of the ADA Coordinator, at least 10 days in advance of the event. (206) 543-6450 (voice); (206) 543-6452 (TDD); (206) 685-3885 (FAX); access@u.washington.edu (e-mail).