Register TODAY: NRS 2014 research symposium!

Greetings!

We invite undergraduate and graduate students to present research at the 6th Annual NOBCChE Research Symposium! This year’s symposium will be held on Saturday, September 27th, in the Jordan Hall Atrium (JH100:Keynote address) from 9am-1pm! Last year we had over 25 presenters and over 60 people in attendance-Help us make it even bigger this year!

Please register by September 15th as either a presenter or attendee at:

http://www.indiana.edu/~nobcche/symposium-register.html

Not only will students have an opportunity to present their research but gift cards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place presenters in both the undergraduate and graduate divisions will be presented at the end of the symposium!

We are also looking for professors and post-doc’s that are interested in serving as judges for this event. If interested please contact nobcche@indiana.edu for more information.

With everyone’s participation, this will be a great symposium. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thanks,

IU-NOBCChE Chapter

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CORE Program – outdoor leadership and more!

Wanna go to class outside?

The CORE Program is seeking applicants!

What’s CORE?

CORE is an outdoor leadership program that teaches students both technical and soft skills. Not only are CORE students taught skills in outdoor activities, like canyoneering and rock climbing, but are also taught leadership techniques, group development theory, and course programming among other topics. Students spend about half the semester in the outdoors!

Why?

  • 21-day Expedition to Colorado and Utah
  • SOLO Wilderness First Responder Certification
  • Leave No Trace Trainer
  • 5 courses (15 credits):

SPH-O331 Wilderness Responder

SPH-O324 Outdoor Experiential Education: Instructional Techniques

SPH-O313 Wilderness and Protected Lands

SPH-O430 Outdoor Adventure Programming: Foundations & Theory

SPH-R350 Behavior Modification and Client Management in Adventure and Experiential Education Continue reading “CORE Program – outdoor leadership and more!”

Business Peer Coaching Service (for all IU students)

The Kelley School of Business Peer Coaching program offers free and high-quality coaching to all IU Bloomington students who need extra support in the following courses:

BUS-A 100 Basic Accounting

BUS-A 201 Financial Accounting

BUS-A 202 Managerial Accounting

BUS-C 104 Business Presentations

BUS-C 204 Business Communications

Our coaches are trained by Kelley faculty and staff.  Please share this resource with interested IU students.

You can find more information about the program and how to make an appointment here http://kelley.iu.edu/Ugrad/Academics/Support/page43807.html

Any further questions can be sent to ksbcoach@indiana.edu

 

Very sincerely,

The Kelley Peer Coaching Team

Kelley School of Business

Global Brigades Call-Out – September 9-10 – FREE FOOD!

Want to get involved in making a sustainable impact in communities abroad? Global Brigades is the world’s largest student movement focused on global health and international development.  At IU, we are an on-campus organization with many disciplines to interest a diverse group of students, including Business, Environmental, Human Rights, Medical, Microfinance, Public Health, and Water.

 

Join us for FREE FOOD on Tuesday, September 9 or Wednesday, September 10th at 8 pm in Jordan Hall 124 for our call-out meetings to learn about our activities on campus and abroad!