Externships for Summer 2018 in various locations – apply by February 28

Indiana Sustainability Development Program
The Indiana Sustainable Development Program is hiring for a wide range of summer 2018 sustainability externships in a number of sectors and locations. These new opportunities come as the ISDP is expanding its scope to the IUPUI campus, following a $213,500 gift from the McKinney Family Foundation. The ISDP aims to develop a statewide network of sustainability professionals, beginning with the training of early-career students.

To apply, email the positions you are seeking to isdp@indiana.edu with your resume and cover letter by February 28. More details and a list of available positions are on the ISDP website.


Summer 2018 sustainability internships info session tomorrow, January 30!

Summer 2018 Internships Information Session
The Office of Sustainability is filling 11 paid positions for summer of 2018. Come to our information session to learn about these opportunities and ask questions! Food will be provided. The session is Tuesday, January 30 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the E-House, 704 E 10th St, Bloomington, IN 47408.

Students from all majors are welcome to apply. Internships pay $12/hr for undergrads and $15/hr for grad students. Applications and a letter of recommendation are due February 18 by midnight.

Business of Life Sciences Spring 2018 Student Recruitment & Networking Reception

Spring Reception PowerPoint

Attention business and science students from IU Bloomington and IUPUI campuses! Join prospective and current CBLS Student Associates passionate about the business of life sciences and learn more about the Business of Life Sciences Certificate program at IU.

This reception is sponsored by the Bloomington Life Sciences Partnership (BLSP). Representatives from AB Biotech, Baxter, the BLSP, Catalent, Cook Medical, and Singota Solutions will talk about their respective companies and network with students about opportunities in the industry.

Food and beverages will be served.

To attend, please contact Kelli Conder, lifesc@indiana.edu, to RSVP.

MSIS 3+1 Case Competition — No prior experience necessary!

Final Flyer

The Kelley School of Business MSIS Association will be hosting our annual 3+1 Case Competition. Teams of three undergraduate students will have the opportunity to work with one randomly assigned MSIS graduate coach to develop a solution to a common business problem. The team will draft a powerpoint presentation and present in front a set of judges. Team solutions will be judged by faculty and industry professionals. Members of winning teams (1st, 2nd, and 3rd place) will walk away with MSIS scholarship money and their share of a team cash prize. The competition will take place the week of February 12th.

No prior case experience necessary. We will host a dedicated workshop with a former Parter at Deloitte to give you a head start on how to solve a case and draft a presentation, and your graduate coach will guide you through any questions you might have throughout the week.

Read more here: https://kelley.iu.edu/msisa/3_1Comp.html



After the Disaster: Long-Term Outlooks for Mexico and Puerto Rico Reminder – Wednesday January 24th at 4pm in GISB 0001

After the Disaster: Long-Term Outlooks for Mexico and Puerto Rico, a roundtable discussion presented by CLACS and De Pueblo a Pueblo Fund Drive, Wednesday January 24th at 4pm in GISB 0001


Months after hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, creating a vast path of destruction across the island and coinciding almost the day with a series of major earthquakes in central and southern Mexico leaving millions of people without homes, there is a need for reflecting on the long term consequences of natural disasters like these, and the ways they affect communities and their relation to the state and NGO relief efforts. The roundtable will spotlight grassroots relief efforts that have played an increasingly significant role in rebuilding these devastated communities, including the De Pueblo a Pueblo fund drive, an initiative spearheaded by members of the IU community.


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