Seeking UTAs for BIOL-L 111 — Spring 2019 — Academic credit and paid options available

Dr. Spitze is seeking undergraduates who may be interested in being UTAs or UTINs for L111 next spring (2019).

Applicants: Please make an appointment to come see Dr. Spitze, and send him (kspitze@indiana.edu ) the standard application as soon as possible. (Final deadline is November 15 2018, although positions may be filled before then.)

The application can be found in the “How to apply…” tab at:

https://biology.indiana.edu/student-portal/undergraduate/undergrad-teaching-assistants.html

Mandatory Position requirements for UTAs/UTINs:

  1. Attend all course lectures on MWF 12:20 – 1:10pm.
  2. Positions can be for pay only if student has previously served as UTIN or UTA. Otherwise, students will receive 3 credits for X371.
  3. Conduct one Learning Group per week for L111.
  4. Help in grading, office hours, and proctoring exams.
  5. Applicants must have at minimum junior status and a minimum 3.25 GPA, and received a grade of at least an A- in L111.
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2018 Health Professions Week kicks off on Monday 11/5 — Register for the free week-long virtual event!

HPW

The 2018 Health Professions Week  is just around the corner, and registration remains open for prospective health professions students! We’ve got 5 days of exciting activities lined up for attendees to explore 20 health professions. The event kicks off on Monday, November 5 with keynote addresses by two dynamic speakers sure to inspire interested students as they continue on their path to a health care career.

At 2:00 p.m. ET, Mr. LeDerick Horne will provide strategies for increasing the academic performance, self-determination, and self-advocacy skills of students with and without disabilities. At 5:00 p.m. ET, Dr. Christine Grant will provide current and aspiring health professionals with a hands-on set of tools that will help them identify outside their “academic career box” goals and connect with their own set of personal mentors.

As the week continues, students will have the opportunity to take part in events including a health care advocacy panel, Twitter chats, live virtual fairs with professionals and students from each health care field, and discussions on how to manage the financials of health care education. All registered students will also be eligible for a chance to win one of the many prizes #HPW2018 is giving away throughout the week, including a $5,000 scholarship from SallieMae!

Register for this week-long virtual event here! Connect with us on social media @HealthProfWeek for even more news and activities leading up to and during the event.