A few events about nationally-competitive scholarships taking place before the end of the semester. While these will be of most interest to rising seniors, as deadlines occur early in the fall semester, all students are invited to attend:
- Learn about the application and nomination process for awards for graduate study in the United Kingdom and Ireland such as a Churchill, Gates-Cambridge, Marshall, Mitchell or Rhodes scholarship. Campus representative Paul Fogleman and selection committee chair Tim Lemper will present information and answer questions. Two identical sessions: Thursday April 27 – 5:30 – 6:30 and Tuesday May 2 – 4:00 – 5:00. Both will take place in room 111 of the Hutton Honors College.
- Final ‘Fulbright Friday’ of the semester – Friday April 28 – 4:00 – 5:00 – room 108 of the Hutton Honors College. Fulbright awards fund study/research and teaching opportunities around the world. Learn about the program and Fulbright application process. Information will be presented by Fulbright advisers and past and current Fulbright recipients. No reservation necessary. Read about recent Fulbright recipients here.
- Info session about Knight Hennessy scholarships for graduate study at Stanford University – Monday May 1 – 4:00 – 5:00 – room 111 of the Hutton Honors College.
Students who cannot attend and would like information about these awards should contact:
Competitive Awards and Research http://iucare.indiana.edu
Office: Hutton Honors College 216B
Bloomington, IN 47405
Six UTA positions are available for two sections of L104 (Human Biology) for
Times are MWF 11:15-12:00pm and MWF 12:20 to 1:05 pm.
1.UTAs must attend all course lectures and exams.
2.Conduct office hours 1/week.
3.Help grade weekly quizzes, and participate in exam reviews.
4.There are no learning groups.
Please email applications to me at email@example.com and should include:
Completed Application form.
Copy of transcript.
Preference for which of the two sections.
X371 credit or payroll option desired
Professor Yean W. Chooi PhD
Department of Biology
Bloomington, IN 47405
The IUB Department of Statistics is offering a summer section of STAT-S 303 Statistics for the Life Sciences during the First Six Weeks. Dr. Valdivia is an excellent instructor, and students report benefiting greatly from this class.
Statistics for the Life Sciences
Class Number 7632
10:20 a.m. – 12:10 p.m. MTWR
P: MATH-M 14 or equivalent
COLL (CASE) N&M Breadth of Inquiry credit
Here is the course description:
Students taking this course will gain an understanding of basic statistical methodology and have the ability to apply basic statistical procedures to research. Specifically, students will learn to: understand the meaning and use of statistical terminology, acquire an introductory level understanding of probability; generate, present, and interpret descriptive statistics as well as inferential statistics, and use the statistical software R for basic analysis tasks and to generate reproducible reports. The examples and exercises are motivated by data arising in the life sciences, and while any student might benefit from them, students in Psychology, Biology, Chemistry, Biotechnology, Human Biology, Physics, Astronomy, and Environmental Science may find these examples particularly engaging.
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Thursday, April 20, Concerned Scientists @IU has organized a great event in support of science – Stand Up for Science – this will be in the IU Business School, Hodge Hall 2075 from 5:30-7:00pm.
This event will have presentations from several members of the IU community and a keynote talk from invited guest. Michael Halpern, associate director of the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists in Washington.
Please join the group for what is sure to be a stimulating, informative and motivating event, that makes clear the support at IU for scientific reasoning and practice in our society. It should also help people energize for the Science marches to be held Saturday in Washington, Indianapolis and many other US cities.
–Clay Fuqua, Professor and Chair
Department of Biology
MSCH S451 Topical Seminar in MEDIA and SOCIETY: Media and the Environment
Be sure to choose Section # 32792
Days and Times: Tues. 05:30 PM – 08:00 PM
This course examines how environmental issues are portrayed in the mass media, and the effect of those portrayals. The history of environmentalism in the media is discussed, along with social science research on how media are used for environmental purposes. Environmental campaigns are studied. Environmentalism as a public opinion phenomenon is examined. Students have the opportunity to create environmentally-focused media in field settings. [This course does not count as a lecture or lab in the Biology, Microbiology, or Animal Behavior degree. It is an elective that provides 300/400-level hours.]
Stand Up for Science!
Vice Provost for Research Rick van Kooten
Mayor John Hamilton
Concerned Scientists @ IU
With special guest
Center for Science & Democracy, Union of Concerned Scientists
Thursday, April 20, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
Hodge Hall 2075 (Kelley School of Business)