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September 11, 2008

PhDs@Google Seminar Series: Beyond Computer Science

It takes all kinds of people to fulfill Google's mission to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful.

Google is a growing, fast-paced company where intellectual horsepower and entrepreneurial spirit are valued and expected. It's an environment where your ideas come to life. We've got an ideal combination of really smart people, amazing technology, and an innovative business environment. Every day, millions of users search for information on Google.com and use products like Gmail, Google Scholar, and Google Earth. When you join the Google team, the impact of your work touches people's lives around the world.

Googlers represent disciplines as diverse as Psychology, Cognitive Science, Economics, Linguistics, Statistics/Math, Chemistry/Chemical engineering, Geosciences, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental Science/Engineering, Management Science, Operations Research and more. Are you interested in learning more about opportunities at Google for PhD students studying disciplines beyond Computer Science?
We are hosting a virtual seminar series this Fall that will highlight what PhDs do at Google. Please visithttp://groups.google.com/group/phdsgoogle to check-out the line-up and register for one or more sessions.

Do you have friends (at your school or others) that may be interested in participating? Feel free to pass this message along.

If you have questions, please send them to Dr. Jennifer Petoff at PhDInfo@google.com

Posted by zzhu at September 11, 2008 09:56 AM