Contemporary Perspectives on American Indian Peoples of North America A Series of Public Presentations

Join us this week for two guest lectures presented by:

Dr. David R. Miller

Emeritus Professor, Indigenous Studies

University of Regina, Saskatchewan Canada

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Spring scholarship competitions are now open!

The application deadlines for the following scholarships are coming up soon! Specific information about the individual competitions, complete eligibility criteria, and links to application materials are available on the College of Arts and Science’s Scholarship and Awards page.

Scholarship Eligibility Deadline
Palmer-Brandon Prize in the Humanities Students pursuing a BA or BFA in the College with a focus on the humanities (coursework, research and/or creative projects and career plans); high academic achievement; current 3rd-year students; eligible to graduate in May or August 2016 Friday, March 6Finalists will be interviewed on Friday, March 27
Senior Scholarship Competition**  Students pursuing a degree (any degree objective); must be eligible to graduate in May or August of 2016; minimum 3.700 cumulative College GPA Tuesday, March 10 – Please note: scholarship forms currently state that the deadline is March 6, but the deadline is Tuesday, March 10
William G. Bray Memorial Scholarship Majors or Minors in History (College), Political Science (College) or Operations and Decision Technologies (Kelley); current sophomore or junior; record of “good campus citizenship” Monday, March 9Finalists will be interviewed on Thursday, March 26
David E. Albright Memorial Scholarship Students pursuing a major in SGIS; must be eligible to graduate in May or August 2016 Tuesday, March 10, at 11:59:59 p.m.
Sally Kissinger  Wilt Current freshmen directly admitted to College; 3.700 GPA; application materials have been sent to qualified students Wednesday, March 4
Intensive Writing Essay Prize Students who took/are taking IW courses during the 2014-2015 AY Friday, March 13
Anderson Overseas Study Scholarship Students with a major or minor in SGIS who have applied for overseas study programs for Summer 2015, Fall 2015 or for the 2015-2016 academic year DEADLINE EXTENDED!Wednesday, March 11 (confirmation of acceptance can be submitted by Tuesday, March 24)
Cindy Simon Skjodt Study Abroad Scholarship College students who have applied for overseas study programs for Summer 2015, Fall 2015 or for the 2015-2016 academic year; preference given to students with a major in Telecommunications DEADLINE EXTENDED!Wednesday, March 11 (confirmation of acceptance can be submitted by Tuesday, March 24)

** Please note that some scholarships included in the Senior Scholarship competition have very specific restrictions and can be challenging to award because there are not enough applicants who meet the eligibility criteria. If you are a graduate of Anderson High School in Anderson, IN, or from Clay County (or contiguous counties), consider applying for the Senior Scholarship Competition. By submitting one application for the Senior Scholarship competition, you will be considered for all awards for which you meet the eligibility criteria.

Apply for Fall 2015 internship with IU Themester

Indiana University Undergraduate BioBlog

Themester, an initiative of the IUB College of Arts and Sciences, is pleased to announce several undergraduate internships available for Fall 2015’s Themester “@Work: The Nature of Labor on a Changing Planet.” Internship duties average about five hours a week. Interns actively engage the theme by attending and reporting on Themester events. Other duties include coordinating a Themester event or project and promoting Themester.  Previous interns report that the internship helped them engage campus on a deeper level. Themester has additional opportunities for students interested in photography and design. Visit the Themester website for more information.

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Peace Corps Info Session – Feb 24th

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 6:00pm at the Career Development Center

Make a difference in the lives of others and your own. Serving in the Peace Corps is a great way to help a community in need, immerse yourself in a new culture, learn a new language, and have the experience of a lifetime.

Join us at this Information Session to learn about Volunteer experiences, have your questions answered, and gain tips to guide you through the application process.

Peace Corps service is the opportunity of a lifetime and offers two years of international experience immediately upon graduation. Meet your campus representative to have your questions answered and gain tips to guide you through the application process.

Register to attend this information session through your myJobs account, accessible at www.ascs.indiana.edu no later than Tuesday, February 24, 2015.

SustainIU Week: “Water Scarcity in the 21st Century” – Feb. 15-20

The seventh annual SustainIU Week, organized by the IU Bloomington Student Sustainability Council and its member organizations, will focus on “Water Scarcity in the 21st Century”.

Several exciting events are planned for the week, including a keynote lecture by National Geographic photographer James Balog on Wednesday, February 18 at 7:30 PM in the IMU Whittenberger Auditorium.

You can find a full list of events on the SustainIU page by clicking here, or by checking out our SustainIU 2015 event on Facebook by clicking here.

THE 2015 HEALTH PROGRAMS FAIR INDIANA UNIVERSITY-BLOOMINGTON 

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Indiana Memorial Union – Alumni Hall

 

Co-Sponsored by: Applied Health Science, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Kinesiology, Nursing, Physics, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Sociology, Speech and Hearing Sciences

Come find out about career choices, educational opportunities, and campus resources related to the healthcare professions.

Meet with representatives from medical schools and health professions programs from across the country.

Find out about volunteer opportunities and student organizations related to healthcare.

For information on the fair, and to view a list of schools and programs that were represented at the fair in 2014, please go to http://www.hpplc.indiana.edu/medicine/med-hpf.shtml.