Applications being accepted for Sony laptop scholarship

The Sony Scholarship is the result of a partnership between Indiana University’s UITS Department and Sony.  The Sony Scholarship will place the tools to succeed directly in the hands of a select few of our most deserving and exceptional students. The scholarship rewards the efforts of five current IU students who have achieved academically as well as have demonstrated financial need. Selected recipients of the Sony Scholarship will receive a Sony equipment package including a VAIO PC Notebook and related equipment, valued at over $1200.

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Field Assistant needed IMMEDIATELY for Gouldian finch studies in Australia

A lab in Australia is looking for a field assistant able to start immediately or as soon as possible until mid-May/early June to work on Gouldian finch projects. Volunteers are asked to commit for a minimum of 3-4 months. Much of the field work will be during the late wet season when temperatures are regularly above 40 degrees C and humidity is extreme (80-90%).

Duties include locating and monitoring nest boxes, re-sighting color bands, habitat assessment and data entry. Volunteers will need to be prepared for early mornings 6 days a week, long hours in tropical conditions (including wading through creeks and long walks over rocky and hilly terrain), sharing cooking duties, living and working in a small team and have a good work ethic. Volunteers will need to be physically fit and have a driver’s license. Desirable qualifications include experience with behavioral studies and re-sighting color banded birds.

Accommodation and travel within Australia will be covered; however, the volunteer will provide their own food and international travel (the latter may be negotiable for the right candidate).

Please contact Dr. Nina Svedin at nina.svedin@anu.edu.au.

Hutton International Experiences Program (HIEP) offers $500-$3000 grant support

 

Grant can be used for: Study Abroad, Overseas Research, International Internships, Student Teaching in Another Country, Volunteer Service Abroad, or Other Academic Interests Abroad

HIEP funding is open to any full-time undergraduate student at IU Bloomington with a cumulative GPA of 3.40 or major GPA of 3.70 or higher. For more information see: http://www.indiana.edu/~iubhonor/hds/overseas.php

Application Deadlines

for Summer trips – Friday before Spring Break @ noon

for Fall Semester & whole Academic Year – Friday after Spring Break @ noon

for Spring Semester – October 31 @ 5 PM (last Friday in October)

for Winter Break & Spring Break trips – October 31 @ 5 PM

The Value of Area Studies in Business

The Value of Area Studies in Business

by Trevor Gunn

Managing Director for International Relations, Medtronic.

 

Come hear from the a leader of one of the world’s largest medical technology companies about the important intersection of business and area studies for successfully conducting business globally.

 

Friday, 21 February 2014

11:00 – 12:00 noon

IMU, Redbud Room

 

Organized by the School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University.

 

Lab Technician position – Zlotnick Lab

The Zlotnick lab is seeking a motivated, self-sufficient individual to fill our Lab Technician position. Duties include preparing and stocking cell media, pipette tips, eppendorf tubes, cleaning and autoclaving glassware, and other general lab upkeep tasks. Schedule is flexible but all applicants must commit to coming to lab 2-3 times/week for ~2 hours each. Pay rate is $8.25/hr. If interested, please contact Alex Kukreja with your availability at akukreja@indiana.edu.

College of Arts and Sciences Scholarships!

Scholarships: We are now accepting applications for all of the College’s spring scholarship competitions. Specific information about the individual competitions and complete eligibility criteria are available on the College’s Scholarship and Awards page (http://college.indiana.edu/undergrad/scholarships/current.shtml). For consideration, all application materials must be received by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 7, 2014.

 

Award Amount Eligibility
David G. Albright Memorial Scholarship One award of $1,000 Current rising seniors with a major in the School of Global and International Studies (graduating May or August 2015) with demonstrated record of international passion and commitment.  Minimum 3.500 GPA in major at time of application.
Intensive Writing Essay Prize Up to six awards of $150 each Current IUB students who took IW courses in Summer or Fall 2013, or who are currently enrolled in IW courses (Spring 2014) may submit essays.
Palmer-Brandon Prize in the Humanities Up to two awards of $20,000 each Third-year students with junior standing (graduating in May/August 2015) whose coursework and future plans clearly reflects a passion for and commitment to the humanities. Students must be nominated by their departments for this competition. Students obtain application materials from Director of Undergraduate Studies in their home (humanities) department.
Sally Kissinger Wilt Merit Scholarship One award of $500; renewable annually for up to 3 years (subject to meeting renewal criteria and availability of funds) Current full-time freshmen who were directly admitted to the College in fall 2013. Minimum 3.700 CGPA. Preference given to students from single-parent families and applicants with financial need. Eligible students received information and application materials. Deadline: 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 28
*Senior Scholarship Competition approx. 20 scholarships; amounts vary, but awards are generally modest Competition for rising seniors (graduating May/August 2015) all majors/disciplines. Minimum College GPA of 3.700.
William G. Bray Memorial Scholarship Varies; usually 3-4 awards of $500-$1,000 Current IUB sophomores or juniors with minimum GPA of 3.750 who are College students with majors or minors in History or Political Science or Kelley School of Business students with a major or minor in Operations and Decision Technologies.

EDUC-X150: “Read-Learn Techniques 1” VT: Becoming the Best Student

This course is an 8-week “academic booster shot” for freshmen and sophomores who need to quickly and drastically ramp-up their performance in all their classes and become the best students they can be. Instructors will assist in the development of a series of attitudes essential to making this transformation happen. Students will learn to use these attitudes to build individually-tailored and maximally effective skills in time management, note taking, studying, test-taking strategies, and critical thinking.
https://www.facebook.com/events/614775555247934/

 

http://sac.indiana.edu/courses/xonefivezeromanage/

 

Spots available in the following sections:

 

17748, MW, 9:30-10:45 AM, MW

17749, MW, 11:15 AM-12:30 PM

17750, MW, 1-2:15 PM

30653, MW, 2:45-4 PM

23778, MW, 3:30-4:45 PM

17752, TR, 9:30-10:45 AM

34770, TR, 9:30-10:45 AM

17751, TR, 11:15 AM-12:30 PM

34769, TR, 11:15 AM-12:30 PM

30654, TR, 11:15 AM-12:30 PM

17753, TR, 1-2:15 PM

22117, TR, 3:30-4:45 PM

 

Questions? Contact Anthony Guest-Scott at aguestsc@indiana.edu or 855-7301.

http://sac.indiana.edu/