What’s More for you at IUB?
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Explore Majors and More Fair
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Alumni Hall, Indiana Memorial Union
with multiple Information Sessions after the Fair
Tree Suites, Indiana Memorial Union
Second Majors. Minors. Certificates. Involvement on- and off-campus.
More disciplines. More cultures. More experiences. More IUB.
Please plan to attend Women in Science’s panel on Job Applications and Interviews – the first in our series on Kickstarting Your Career – on Friday, September 30th at 1pm in Ballantine Hall #209. Our panelists will be: Tammy Berger, an engineer at Crane, Julie James, from the Career Development Center, and Tanya Cheeke, a post-doctoral researcher in Biology.
Everyone is welcome and the panel will focus on questions from the audience – come join us for the conversation! Light refreshments will be served.
Please e-mail IUWomeninScience@gmail.com with any questions!
More information: kickstarting-your-career-panel
Coloring the Universe
A talk by astronomer Travis Rector, University of Alaska Anchorage
See amazing views of the Universe on the IQ Wall
Tonight! Friday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 PM
Cyber Infrastructure Bldg., 10th & the Bypass, IUB
Are you an undergraduate at IUB? Are you interested in learning more about the Life Sciences Industry? See more information on the Certificate in the Business of Life Sciences: cbls-brochure-for-undergrads
The Center for the Business of Life Sciences will be hosting its fall student recruitment and networking reception on Thursday, October 13th. Several representatives from Johnson & Johnson will be there.
Please see the attached invitation: fall-2016-cbls-reception-invite
Want to RSVP? Have questions? Please contact email@example.com.
More information about the Center for the Business of Life Sciences: https://kelley.iu.edu/CBLS/news/page51487.html
“Medical Physics and Biophysics at Indiana University”
Susan Klein, Associate Director of Medical Physics
John Beggs, Associate Professor of Biophysics
Monday, September 26, 2016, 3:00 P.M.
Swain West 252
Interested in radiation oncology, radiation protection, or diagnostic imaging? How about the structure and function of the networks formed by neurons in our brains? We are meeting with Dr. Klein and Dr. Beggs to learn more about the studies of Medical Physics and Biophysics from these accomplished professionals in their respective fields. Also, they will discuss the programs here at IU!
We don’t want to just write checks.
We believe that global health inequity is a serious problem. Health is a basic human right, yet many of the world’s poor continue to die of preventable and treatable diseases. Unfortunately, there are no easy fixes. Writing checks for one-off projects isn’t a sustainable solution. Neither is a top-down approach that ignores the central role that local communities must play in their own development.
At GlobeMed, we believe in long-term, sustainable partnership is the foundation for erasing health inequity. We believe that the members of our partner communities around the world best understand their communities’ needs and potential. By building one-on-one relationships between students and community-based organizations all around the world, we believe that through dialogue, collaboration, and mutual learning, we can make our vision a reality: a vision of a world in which health – the ability to not only survive but thrive is possible for all people, regardless of where they call home.
Become part of an organization that recognizes that students have both the ability and the responsibility to be change-makers around the world. Be part of an organization that wants to equip you with the personal and professional skills to become a leader for global health equity and social justice.
We are currently looking for students with the following interests:
- Global Health
- International Development
- Social entrepreneurship
- Graphic and web design
Pre-meds and non-pre-meds alike are welcome.
If you’re interested please come to any of our chapter meetings. We meet every Thursday from 6:30-7:30 PM in the Student Building Room 140.