The Intelligent Systems Engineering Department at IU is excited to announce our new Accelerated Master’s Program. Our innovative curriculum will prepare students to work in a host of exciting fields, including artificial intelligence and robotics, bioengineering, cancer research, and software engineering. With six different tracks, our program provides an excellent foundation for students interested innovating the future. Our 30-hour program permits 12 hours to overlap between the undergraduate curriculum and the master’s curriculum, allowing students to complete the degree in one additional year.
The IUB Career Development Center is hosting
Getting Into Graduate School Fair
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Alumni Hall, Indiana Memorial Union
Make plans to join us TODAY, Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017 between 4:00-7:00 PM in Alumni Hall to connect with multiple graduate schools and programs from around the country! Come meet and talk with representatives about their specific programs.
Students from all majors and schools at IU are invited! If you are unsure of whether or not you should attend graduate school, make sure you schedule an appointment with your career advisor to discuss your career goals and whether graduate school is the best next step in your career planning journey.
Check out the list of graduate schools who will be represented at today’s fair!
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 email@example.com
Or 317.491.6222 to schedule your appointment!
The Noyce Scholarship programs provides scholarships to BSMS students in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Geological Sciences, and Environmental Sciences who are interested in K12 teaching. While our Noyce program is in its final year, we still have some funds available for scholarships.
While the NSF grant expires in September, we can provide some scholarship fund to such students in the spring and summer. Students should note, however, that these funds come with commitments, and funds would need to be repaid if those commitments are not met.
Attend an Open Small Group Tours of the IU CLS and Cytotech Programs. See attached for more information: 2017-iu-cls-and-cytotech-programs-small-group-tours
Are you trying to find an internship, research position, or full-time job? Are you interested in learning more about the graduate school application process? Or have you recently decided not to pursue a health professions career and need guidance on where to go next?
Schedule an appointment with Mary White, Career Advisor with the Walter Center for Career Achievement! Mary is now conveniently located close to your science classes, in the Chemistry Building Undergrad Office, Room 021D. Other services provided include:
- Resume, Cover Letter, and Personal Statement Critiques
- Interview Preparation
- Networking Strategies
- Internship Scholarship Information
- Job Offer Negotiation Assistance
The Cornell University Departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) and Neurobiology and Behavior (NBB) are pleased to announce our first PhD Diversity and Inclusion Recruitment Weekend happening April 21-23, 2017. This event will introduce attendees to our departments and connect them with faculty members that share research interests, as well as to help familiarize them with the graduate school application process.
Participant housing and meals will be covered, as well as up to $400 in travel expenses. We are accepting applications from underrepresented minority and first-generation college students who are interested in applying to graduate school during the fall/winter 2017 application cycle. The deadline for applications is December 1, 2016.