Next week on Thursday, January 30, the biotechnology club will be hosting a lunch with Dr. Marc Pelletier. Dr. Pelletier is cofounder, CEO & CSO of Aeromics, LLC. Along with holding the title of adjunct professor in the department of physiology and biophysics at Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Pelletier also is the host of the “Futures in Biotech” podcasts. He will be giving a seminar later that day on developing a treatment for cerebral edema. This lunch will be held in Simon Hall 101 from 12:00-1:30. This opportunity is only open to graduate and undergraduate students, and seating is limited. Please e-mail email@example.com to reserve a spot at this lunch. Attached is a flyer with all the above information.
Want to intern, volunteer, or study abroad this summer? How about all three? Participate in the Global Engagement Studies Institute (GESI) Summer 2014 for an experience unlike any other.GESI combines a study abroad experience in one of six developing countries with hands-on partnerships with locally communities and organizations. Continue reading “Global Engagement Studies Institute (GESI) Summer 2014”
Interested in doing a paid STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) project in one of America’s most beautiful places during the summer of 2014? Perhaps Bat and Cave Biology Research at El Malpais National Monument in New Mexico? Or maybe Water Quality Research at Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio? How about Field Research (including big tree surveys and benthic habitat characterizations) at Congaree National Park in South Carolina? These and thirteen other paid STEM opportunities are available through the National Park Service’s new Mosaics in Science program. Continue reading “Mosaics in Science – STEM Opportunities in National Parks – Summer 2014”
The Affordable Care Act Volunteers of Monroe County (ACAVMC) are seeking students interested in assisting people navigate the new health care laws and doing logistical work in reaching targeted audiences. The ACA Volunteers of Monroe County (ACAVMC) is a non-profit corporation chartered in Indiana that is dedicated to providing educational assistance to residents on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) law. Continue reading “Intern with the Affordable Care Act Volunteers of Monroe County”
Indiana University’s Crimson CORPS (Caring, Open-Minded, Respectful Peer Support) is a group of carefully selected undergraduate students, trained to provide informal, accepting and non-judgmental peer support. As a student group, the mission of the CORPS is to promote a culture of compassion and action at IU, and to bring awareness to issues of emotional well-being within the student community. We do this through peer-to-peer support, advocacy and outreach. Crimson CORPS is a commitment but one that is rewarding on many levels.
• Attend 1 half-day training per semester
• Attend 90-minute training sessions once per month
• Participate in bi-weekly task team meetings
• Commit to volunteer for 2 semesters (Fall ’14, Spring ’15), and an orientation period (Spring ’14)
• Participate in 2 outreach programs per semester
http://www.crimsoncorps.iub.edu Complete the application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off a hard copy to Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), in the IU Health Center, 600 N. Jordan, 4th floor. A CAPS staff member will contact you via email if you are selected for an interview
January 31; 2pm- 3:30pm in the Danielson Room at the Wilcox House 1606 N Fee Lane
The IU Student Foundation is proud to host a Professional Communication Skills workshop with the Kelley Professionalism Student organization. This workshop is focused on helping students learn to effectively communicate in the workplace and how to recover from common mistakes that we all make when just starting out in or careers. All IU Bloomington Students are welcome to attend. Leadership Training Programs Sponsored by the IU Student Foundation. Please confirm your attendance by sending an email to Melissa Wolter at email@example.com.
Meet current students and faculty, ask questions about the Program, and tour Program facilities.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH
5:30 — 7:30 PM
2039 N. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Registration is mandatory. Space is limited.
RSVP to Lynn Gerrard at firstname.lastname@example.org with name, phone and guest count.
Free parking on premises located at the SE corner of Capitol Ave. and 21st Ave.