Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) at Ohio State

The Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) at Ohio State is a summer research experience designed to help historically underrepresented undergraduates explore opportunities for graduate study and academic careers.  As a participant in this program, students will work with a faculty mentor on a mutually agreed upon area of research and begin to develop the kind of student-professor relationship that is crucial to success in graduate school. The program provides women in science and math, people of color, first-generation and low-income students with research experiences across the university and allows for a meaningful, realistic assessment of each student’s interest in graduate study.  BENEFITS OF OSU SROP: Conduct original research under the supervision of a faculty mentor; 2 semester credits; Earn a $3000 stipend for the 9-week session; and Receive free campus housing and a meal plan. Applications available online athttp://www.cic.uiuc.edu/programs/srop  November 1, 2014. Contact Tiffany Halsell; at (614) 247-6377 or via email athalsell.5@osu.edu to coordinate the application process. Applications must be submitted by Monday, February 9, 2015.  Supplemental materials will be accepted until Sunday, March 1, 2015.
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“Hungry for Success: Finding the Career you Love”

November 5, 5:30-8pm at the IMU (Tree Suites)
The Career Development Center invites you to an exploratory student conference workshop. Come learn about: 1)  How your values, interests, and personality impacts your career decisions; 2) How to get involved; 3) How to choose your career path; 4) How to explore your options. Free food and t-shirts will be provided! Use your myJobs account (at cdc.indiana.edu) to RSVP if possible, if not- just stop by!

Summer research internships in Germany – RISE

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is pleased to announce that for summer 2015 we will again offer three internship programs: RISE (Research Internships in Science and Engineering), RISE professional and RISE worldwide. RISE has established itself as an outstanding opportunity to combine serious research with a rewarding study-abroad experience. All three programs are targeted to students from the fields of engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, earth sciences (geology) and related disciplines.

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WildCare Open House! Nov 8th

WildCare Is Opening Their Doors and would LOVE for you to come!!!!

Nov. 8th 1pm-5pm

 

Visitors will be able to take self-guided tours of the wildlife center and grounds to see where orphaned, injured and sick wildlife are cared for during the year. Get a sneak peak at how baby squirrels and Birds are fed. The center’s staff and volunteers will be on hand throughout the event to answer all your questions.
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Ghoul School in Maxwell Hall Oct 31 noon-2 – FREE PIZZA!

You are invited to join OVPUE and the OVPUE Student Advisory Board for the Ghoul School!
 
Learn about the student support services available through the OVPUE including the Health Professions and Prelaw Center, Student Academic Center, Service Learning, University Division and the new IU Peer Mentor Program! 

There will be FREE pizza and treats!  Costumes are encouraged.

We hope to see you at the Maxwell Hall  ground floor “catacombs” next Friday, October 31. Stop by anytime between noon and 2 p.m. (and catch the costume contest at 1 p.m.)

Indiana University Department of Biology announces the eleventh annual Carlos O. Miller Lecture in Plant Molecular Biology

 

 

Professor Xuemei Chen–Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California, Riverside–visits the Indiana University Department of Biology to give the Carlos O. Miller Lecture on Thursday, October 30, at 4 p.m. in Myers Hall 130 (915 E. Third St., Bloomington, IN).  The title of her talk is “Mechanisms of microRNA turnover in Arabidopsis.”  Dr. Chen is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Investigator. Continue reading “Indiana University Department of Biology announces the eleventh annual Carlos O. Miller Lecture in Plant Molecular Biology”

Invitation: Health Connection Commons Conference Keynote Address, 10/29, Whittenberger Auditorium

YOU ARE INVITED to this talk on using the internet for on-the-ground social action.
 
 
Communication and spaces of structural transformation:
Collaborating for alternative imaginations”
The Health Connections Commons Conference keynote speech
Professor Mohan J. Dutta, Professor and Chair
Department of Communication and New Media
National University of Singapore
 
This talk focuses on the use of the internet for on-the-ground collaborations in promoting health and wellness. Professor Dutta will outline the communicative processes of organizing in offline and online spaces that create avenues for alternative imaginations. Based on his ongoing culture-centered fieldwork in disenfranchised communities across the globe, the talk will highlight the key elements of interpretation and meaning that serve as nodes of organizing. He will attend specifically to the flows of meaning in networks of communication and the interpretive frames that serve as organizing entry points. Professor Dutta will also draw upon the intersections of culture, community and technology to discuss the interplay between online and offline spaces.

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