We hope your semester is going well!
We have officially moved our blog to https://blogs.iu.edu/hoosierbiology/. We will keep this page active, but we will no longer be updating it. Also, all posts from 2018 onward are being moved to the new page, so feel free to look in either location for old posts from then up until the end of October 2019. Have a great day!
Gabby, Libby, Jane, and Zach
Developing Resilience and Self-care Strategies for Health and Wellness
Monday November 11, 2019 at 5:30-6:30 PM
IMU Tree Suites, Walnut Room
Resilience has been highlighted as a formal competency for medical school, and wellness programs are being incorporated into curricula across graduate healthcare programs.
As a future caregiver, taking care of yourself is a skill you need to develop. In this workshop, Jennifer Yeoward from the IU Health Center Counseling and Psychological Services will offer information, resources, and tools that you can incorporate in your life to reduce your level of stress and anxiety and carry forward into your graduate education and career.
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Join us for an evening of performances in African Languages and Cultures by students of Akan, Bamanankan, KiSwahili, Yoruba, IsiZulu, and Kinyarwanda. North African Food by Swakin Food Truck will be served. This program is organized by the IU African Languages and Cultures Club with sponsorship from IU Funding board.
Friday, November 8th| 5:30pm | Willkie Auditorium (150 North Rose Ave)
Brought to you in part by the African Studies Program, Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies
IU Research Day
Saturday, November 16, 9am – 4pm
Cedar Hall, IUB
Join the IU Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR) for our annual Research Day. Research Day provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to engage in a variety of research related workshops, network with researchers and professionals, and learn how to get involved in research. If you’re interested in graduate school, medical school, or the job force, this event will prove valuable, as research is an integral part of all of these career paths. This event benefits undergraduate researchers of all levels and all disciplines to develop as scholars, network with similarly-minded students, gain insight from research professionals, enhance a variety of research-based skills, and more!
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Are you interested in enrolling in a museum practicum/internship for academic credit at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures here in Bloomington?
See complete details and application instructions in the Spring Semester 2020 Museum Practicum and Internship Guide, available online here.