CAPS COUNSELORS ON CAMPUS:
Jacobs School of Music & SPEA now have CAPS counselors available to provide counseling to their students and consultation to their faculty/staff! Students still receive 2 FREE sessions each semester. Appointments at these locations are scheduled by calling CAPS at (812) 855-5711 and asking for appointments at Jacobs or SPEA.
Don’t forget – our “Let’s Talk” counselors are also available at Asian Culture Center, First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, La Casa Latino Cultural Center, Neal-Marshall Black Cultural Center and Office of International Services!
Oct. 21 & 28, Nov. 4 & 11, 2:00-3:00pm
Are you self-critical? Research shows that self-criticism is not a very effective way to motivate ourselves. Instead, self-compassion is a key to improving your mental wellness. Our workshop will teach you skills to be a kinder, more relaxed, and productive you! Read more here about the benefits of self-compassion: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/self-compassion-fosters-mental-health/?WT.mc_id=send-to-friend
MY BROTHERS’ KEEPER & MY SISTERS’ KEEPER:
Oct. 12 and Nov. 11, 10:30am-12:00pm, Neal Marshall Black Cultural Center 2nd Floor.
My Brothers’ Keeper (MBK) and My Sisters’ Keeper (MSK) are support groups dedicated to acknowledging the needs of undergraduate and graduate African American students. MBK and MSK meet monthly at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center and provide safe spaces to share honest thoughts and experiences of being African American at a predominately White institution. MBK and MSK meetings provide opportunities for the reflection of feelings and concerns related to contemporary and historical issues at the local, national, and global level.
The Walter Center for Career Achievement is hosting a team from Cook Medical this Wednesday, October 26th. Here is a breakdown of the event:
6:00PM-6:15PM Overview of the Company Presentation 6:15PM-6:30PM Overview of Internship Program 6:35PM-7:00PM Young Professionals Panel Discussion on Internship Experiences 7:00PM-8:00PM Student Reception and Resume Submission
Cook Medical is actively seeking interns for the following areas:
All majors are encouraged to come and apply directly in Career Link prior to the event. Students in Accounting/Finance, Marketing, and Sciences are particularly encouraged. Please see the attached fliers- one on the event and one describing the internships.
Medical Sciences courses to be offered this spring! Descriptions and contact info is below. Both courses count towards the Medical Sciences Minor:
BIOL-M375 & MSCI-M375 Parasitology. This lecture with lab course is recommended for Microbiology majors and Medical Sciences minors. It is both a basic introduction to parasitology and a survey of human parasitic diseases. The lab component emphasizes light microscopy and molecular techniques. This course received excellent evaluations last spring, with all students stating that would recommend it.
Pre-requisites: BIOL-L111 & L112
Spring 2017 4 credits Lecture MW 8-8:50am plus one weekly one hour podcast; Lab F 8-10:50am Instructor: David C. Matlack, DVM (firstname.lastname@example.org)
M300 Human Embryology, 3.0 credits
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
1:25 – 2:15pm
This course is an exploration of embryonic and fetal anatomy and the selected molecular events that govern human development. Abnormal processes will highlight the complexity and intricacies that arise during gestation. The course will begin with a temporal introduction from weeks one through eight of development followed by a systems-based review of organ formation. A final research paper will provide students the opportunity to investigate a congenital anomaly and communicate their findings. Pre-requisite: A215 Basic Human Anatomy or M115 Intro to Anatomy and Physiology with a ‘B’ or better, or by permission from the instructor
Instructor: Barbie Klein Email: email@example.com
Eva Nogales will be giving the 2016 James P. Holland Memorial Lecture on
Monday, October 24, 2016 at 4:00 p.m in Myers 130.
The title of her talk is “Cryo-EM for the visualization of structure, interaction and dynamics”
After her seminar, there will be a post-seminar reception outside of Myers 130 to which all are invited. We especially encourage students to take this opportunity to interact with Dr. Nogales, a world-renowned biophysicist
Dr. Nogales is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator; a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California, Berkeley; and Senior Faculty Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Dr. Nogales is an international leader in the use of electron microscopy to determine protein structure. Her work has lead to seminal breakthroughs in understanding the structure and function of cytoskeletal proteins and transcription factor complexes, among other cellular structures and processes.
For more information about her work see:http://cryoem.berkeley.edu/
This lecture series commemorates the legacy of James P. Holland, an amazing IU Biology faculty member who was dedicated to the mentoring of students from under-represented groups and increasing diversity in the sciences.
For more information about the Holland lecture see:http://www.bio.indiana.edu/events/lectures/holland.shtml
We hope to see you there.
All students are invited to learn more about degrees and careers in technology at a SoIC Lunch & Learn session! The next session is THIS TUESDAY, October 25!
Lunch & Learns are for students who are interested in:
- a BS degree in Informatics, Computer Science, or Intelligent Systems Engineering
- a Certificate in Informatics
- any minor within the School of Informatics and Computing
It’s a great way to learn about class requirements, admission to SoIC, and career opportunities in tech. Plus, pizza is provided!
Students can RSVP at http://go.iu.edu/1mAY.
Upcoming dates and locations:
|Tuesday, October 25, 2016
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|Friday, November 11, 2016
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|Tuesday, November 29, 2016
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Please contact Anna Bednarski at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.