This series of 5 workshops will introduce students to awards that fund activities such as teaching English or conducting research abroad with a Fulbright award, taking part in a post-graduate program in the United Kingdom or Ireland or applying for an NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates or Graduate Research Fellowship. The workshops will take place on Wednesdays from 4:15 – 5:15 in room 217 of the Hutton Honors College and the first will be on March 9. The workshops are free, do not bear credit and registration is not required. Details and a schedule in the Events section at Competitive Awards Deadlines and Events.
Interested in a career in government and public policy? Not quite sure which types of jobs fall into these sectors?
It’s never too early to start planning for the future! Come to this workshop to learn about career options within these industries and learn strategies on how to best prepare for these careers during your time at IU.
FREE PIZZA will be provided!
Tuesday, March 8
625 N. Jordan Ave. (Career Development Center)
Attention May and August 2016 Graduates, you are invited to:
May 2016 Biology and Microbiology Graduation Program and Reception
Location: Ballantine Hall 013 & Jordan Hall Atrium
Date: Saturday, May 7th Time: 3:00-5:00 pm
Invitees: May 2016 Graduates, August 2016 Graduates, December 2016 Graduates,
Families/Friends, Faculty & Staff
Additional Information: RSVPs are required. Recognition program in Ballantine Hall 013, at 3:00, refreshments to follow in the Jordan Hall Atrium
Questions? Want to RSVP? Please contact:
We look forward to celebrating with you!
I have two openings in my lab. Please email me (email@example.com) if interested, or pass on this message to anyone you think might be interested.
Position 1: Full time lab technician. I am seeking a full-time lab tech to start anytime between now and August. My lab studies meiotic recombination in baker’s yeast using a variety of approaches, including fluorescence microscopy, next-gen sequencing, and classical yeast genetics. Some prior research experience in molecular or cell biology is required, but the exact topic is not important; training specific to the lab will be provided. The position will be roughly 75% research and 25% lab management (keeping the lab stocked and organized, coordinating lab safety, etc.) A more detailed job description and instructions for applying are at http://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/2288.
Position 2: Part time media/glasswashing tech. I am seeking someone to work 6-8 hours/week making media and stock solutions, washing glassware, and doing other routine lab tasks. Applicants should have a good understanding of molarity and pH. Preference will be given to someone who can work through the summer and next school year.
— Carol Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, IUB