Apply for the Paul E. Klinge Scholarship – 2017-18 Academic Year

This scholarship has been made available by gifts of the many friends and colleagues of Professor Paul Klinge (pronounced cling`-ee), a former Indiana University faculty member and administrator.  Professor Klinge served as Assistant to The President in the administrations of several Presidents, including President Herman B Wells.

Professor Klinge, previously a high school biology teacher, had a keen interest in furthering the career preparation of students planning to become science teachers and those entering careers in the scientific and health professions. For many years he directed programs at Indiana University dedicated to helping students as they explored science and science-related career opportunities.

Scholarships are offered in Professor Klinge’s memory for those planning to enter careers in the following areas.

Science Teaching

The Sciences

Health Professions

For Undergraduates

Eligibility:

  • Commitment to a career in science teaching, the scientific or health professions
  • Completion of the sophomore year at Indiana University, Bloomington, prior to the start of the Fall Semester 2017
  • Cumulative Indiana University GPA of 3.5 in all classes at the time of application

 

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic record; applicant’s personal statement; career purpose and potential; recommendations
  • Financial need will become a factor only in the event of a tie with another finalist
  • Receipt of a Klinge Scholarship will not disqualify the recipient from being eligible to apply for and receive a Klinge Scholarship the following year.

 

Awards:

  • Up to three scholarships will be awarded
  • Size may vary; up to five thousand dollars each
  • To be used for tuition, books, and room and board at the recipient’s discretion.

 

Deadline:

  • April 3, 2017. Applications received after this date will not be considered.

For Transition To Science Teaching (T-to-T) Students

Eligibility:

  • Commitment to enter the science teaching profession
  • Acceptance into the Transition to Teaching (T-to-T) Program through the Indiana University School of Education, Bloomington, at the time of application
  • Intent to enroll in the T-to-T Cohort

 

Selection Criteria:

  • Academic purpose
  • Previous academic and professional experience and achievement
  • Recommendations
  • Financial need

 

Awards:

  • Up to three scholarships will be awarded
  • Size may vary; up to five thousand dollars each
  • Will be deposited directly to the Bursar in two allotments; one for the fall semester and one for the spring semester.

 

Deadline:

  • April 3, 2017. Applications received after this date will not be considered.

 

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Application Material and Procedure: Application directions and forms for each of the above competitions can be obtained from the Undergraduate Recruitment and Professional Community Office, Indiana University School of Education, Bloomington.  Requests may be made by calling 812-856-8578, or by e-mail at kpaulin@indiana.edu. Application materials must be submitted to Katie Paulin, Indiana University School of Education, Undergraduate Recruitment and Professional Community, Suite 1000, 201 North Rose Avenue, Bloomington, Indiana 47405-1006.

 

Applications received after April 3, 2017 will not be considered.

 See attached for more information:

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Visit the IU Health Pathology Laboratory in Indianapolis

Time to schedule a checkup for your future career!

Visit the IU Health Pathology Laboratory in Indianapolis to learn more about Clinical Laboratory Science and Cytotechnology.

Upcoming tour dates:

Tuesday, March 14, 10:00 am

Wednesday, April 19, 1:00 pm

Thursday, May 18, 10:00 am

 

Contact Barbara at bmcgahey@iupui.edu

Or 317.491.6222 to schedule your appointment!

Part-time summer jobs with Hamilton County Health Department

Hamilton County Health Department has summer positions open for college-aged students interested in Vector Control or Water Quality Technicians.

 

WORK SCHEDULE: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., M – F  SALARY: $10.00 for 27.5 hour workweeks.

 

SEASONAL: May to August STATUS: Part – Time.

 

Please go to the Hamilton County website Employment Opportunities sections to see the job descriptions: http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/jobs.aspx.

 

Alex Davis

Vector Control Specialist

Hamilton County Health Department

18030 Foundation Dr. Suite A

Noblesville, IN 46060

Ph: 317-776-8500

Fax: 317-776-8506

Completed IUB Department of Biology Undergraduate Award Applications are due Mon. Feb. 20 at 11:59 PM

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Dear IU Department of Biology Undergraduate Majors:

Undergraduates earning a declared major through the IUB Department of Biology are reminded that applications for 2017-2018 Scholarships and Awards are due Monday, February 20, 2017, at 11:59 PM.  I have been told there are no exceptions to this deadline. The following scholarships are being offered this year:

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Apply for a Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship – for graduating seniors only

Because of continued interest in the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships, this year’s application deadline has been extended. The WW Teaching Fellowships will continue to accept applications in our partner states–Georgia and New Jersey–through February 26.

This is an unparalleled opportunity for recent graduates or career changers to pursue a STEM teaching career while receiving exceptional benefits and support along the way. If your organization’s members may know of former colleagues, friends, or family members who would be good candidates for this prestigious Fellowship, please forward this email to them and ask them to encourage those individuals to apply.

The WW Teaching Fellowship provides top applicants with excellent opportunities. Fellows receive a generous stipend ($30,000); admission into a competitive master’s degree program; extensive preparation for the classroom; ongoing mentoring; teacher certification; and more. In return, we ask Fellows to commit to teach for three years in a high-need school.

Eligible: students who have attained, or expect to attain by June 1, 2017, a bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. college or university or its international equivalent.