Dow AgroSciences 2014 R&D Summer Intern Program

I would like to invite your students to apply to our R&D Summer Intern Program at Dow AgroSciences (http://www.dowagro.com/careers/internships/lab.htm).  R&D internships are available in several chemistry, biology and computer science related disciplines, including, but not limited to, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, microbiology, plant breeding, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, surface chemistry, engineering (chemical, biological, material, or optical) and informatics (bio and chem).  R&D opportunities include both laboratory-based and field station research positions. Positions for field station research are located throughout the U.S., whereas the laboratory-based R&D positions are located at our headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana or our facility in Portland, Oregon.  This is a paid internship (salary is based on year completed in school and any relevant experience), expecting 40 hour/week work schedules for 10-12 weeks during the summer months.  Housing is significantly subsidized and provided to any student whose permanent address is greater than 50 miles from our site.  Attached is our brochure; please feel free to print it out, post it, or distribute it to your students as you deem appropriate.
 
Please encourage your students to submit an electronic resume and cover letter as one document via email to karen.richardson@dow.com no later than December 31, 2013.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via email at karen.richardson@dow.com

Thank you so much for your time.
 
Karen Richardson
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R&D Summer Intern Program Admin – Dow AgroSciences
Phone: (317) 337.4959  

Fax:    (317) 337.3252
  
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Amgen-UROP Scholars Program – spend a summer at MIT!

Now entering its eighth year, the Amgen-UROP Scholars Program invites
undergraduates to participate in faculty-mentored summer research in MIT
laboratories. This intensive nine-week program focuses on cultivating and
supporting partnerships between MIT faculty and undergraduates in the areas of
science and biotechnology.

 

More information here : MIT Amgen Flyer

Noyce Scholasrhips for science teachers!

IU Science Majors
Have you thought about teaching?

America’s classrooms need you!

The Indiana University Bloomington College of Arts and Science and the School of Education have received funding under the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program of the National Science Foundation. The funding will allow qualified science students and professionals to pursue initial licensure to teach science at the middle and secondary levels with financial assistance from the program. Program support has been recently increased to $7,500 per semester for 3–4 semesters depending on which licensure program the applicant has applied. Program participants will be required to teach either two or three years in a “high needs school district” after they complete their licensure program to fulfill the terms of the scholarship.

Who’s eligible
Three pathways are open for initial teacher licensure and possible support by a Noyce Scholarship.
1. Students who are currently pursuing Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics, or Environmental Science B.S. degrees on the IUB campus and who have completed at least 90 credit hours are eligible to apply to the new Joint B.S./M.S. program. By extending their studies one additional year, students can receive a B.S. in their science major, an M.S. in Secondary Education and recommendation for initial licensure. Visit the program website http://education.indiana.edu/jointbsms for more details.

2. Students who have completed a B.A. or B.S. in any of the majors listed above (or closely related majors) at any accredited undergraduate school may apply to the Secondary Transition to Teaching (ST2T) http://education.indiana.edu/st2t or the Community of Teachers (COT) programs http://education.indiana.edu/cot. Admitted students would be eligible to apply for Noyce Scholarship support.

3. Professionals in science and engineering fields that hold undergraduate degrees in their discipline are also eligible to apply to the ST2T or COT programs and be considered for Noyce Scholarship Support.
For more information about the Noyce Scholarship Program please visit the project website

http://education.indiana.edu/noyce or contact

Ms. Cathy Smith • Wright Education, room 2110

chsmith@indiana.edu • (812) 856-8210

Catamaran Job Fair Open House November 14 and 15

MEDIA CONTACTS:
Tony Perkins, Catamaran, Direct: 312-261-7805, Tony.Perkins@Catamaranrx.com
Jackie James, WorkOne Southern Indiana, 812.941-6422, jj@wda-inc.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Catamaran Job Fair Open House November 14 and 15
Jeffersonville, Ind. (November 4, 2013) – WorkOne Southern Indiana will be holding a Job Fair Open House for Catamaran Corp. on November 14 and 15, 2013 at the Work One offices located at 2125 State Street, New Albany, Ind. Catamaran will be recruiting for the following skilled and technical positions at the event: Pharmacist, Manager-Pharmacy Operations RPH, Pharmacy Technician I, Patient Care Coordinator.
Catamaran Corp. (NASDAQ: CTRX, TSX: CCT), a provider of pharmacy benefit management and technology services, is putting the final touches on its new facility at River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville, Ind. and will be operational by January, 2014. The facility will support BriovaRx™, Catamaran’s national specialty brand that delivers personalized, holistic care to patients with complex, chronic conditions.
What: Catamaran Corp. Job Fair
When: November 14, 2013 – 11:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
November 15, 2013 – 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Where: Work One Southern Indiana New Albany Location
2125 State St., #16, New Albany, Indiana 47150
Available Positions: Pharmacist, Manager-Pharmacy Operations RPH, Pharmacy Technician I, Patient Care Coordinator.
Applicants may apply prior to the job fair by visiting http://www.catamaranrx.com/About-Us/Careers/ or http://www.indianacareerconnect.com.
About Catamaran
Catamaran, one of the industry’s fastest-growing pharmacy benefits managers, helps organizations and the communities they serve take control of prescription drug costs. Managing more than 250 million prescriptions each year on behalf of 25 million members, our flexible, holistic solutions improve patient care and empower individuals to take charge of their health. Processing one in every five prescription claims in the U.S., Catamaran’s skill and scale deliver compelling financial results and sustainable improvement in the overall health of members. Catamaran is headquartered in Lisle, Ill., with multiple locations in the U.S. and Canada. For more information, please visit Catamaranrx.com, and for industry news and information follow Catamaran on Twitter, @CatamaranCorp.
About WorkOne WorkOne Southern Indiana provides employment and training services in Floyd, Clark, Harrison, Crawford, Scott and Washington Counties in Indiana. For additional information about the services available at WorkOne go to http://www.workoneregion10.com or call 812-948-6102. WorkOne is a Title-1 funded equal opportunity program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request. For information contact 1-800-437-9136 (voice) or (317) 232-7560 (TDD).

IUURC – Research Conference for Undergraduates

A state-wide conference designed to be an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students to present their research findings to an engaged and diverse set of peers, learn more about research opportunities, and make new colleagues.
The theme for this year’s conference is “Learning through Research” which highlights the emphasis that Indiana University places on under­graduate research as a “powerful pedagogy.” The IUURC will be held Friday, November 22, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Indiana University Memorial Union in Bloomington, IN.  Check in begins at 8:30 a.m. Visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/IUURC19 to register.

Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning (Y’ALL) Winter Break Service Trip

Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning (Y’ALL) will host call-outs on November 11, November 19, and December 4 in Ballantine Hall room 241 at 8 pm for its Winter Break Service Trip. The trip to New Orleans will take place from January 5-11 and will help repair hurricane-damaged homes (no construction experience necessary). The cost will be between $220-240, which covers transportation, food and lodging for the week. This will be a fun and meaningful way to spend your Winter Break, and we hope you decide to join us! If you cannot attend the call-out meetings or have any questions, please e-mail yall@indiana.edu.

“What the Fork?”

November 12; 7 p.m., at the DeVault Alumni Center, 1000 E. 17th St. (across the street from Assembly Hall

Be ready to impress at your next professional event. In this “What the Fork?” session, an etiquette coach will guide you through the elements of etiquette in the most common professional settings. From utensils to handshakes to tipping, you’ll be a polished Hoosier. Part of the IU Alumni Association’s Life After IU series, the event happens). Free food, easy parking. Register online: alumni.indiana.edu/lifeafteriu.