A morning workshop will be led by the ScIU writers to learn about writing about science for a public audience. The afternoon with have a keynote address and panel discussing science communication, science engagement, and tailoring your content to your audience. Friday, November 8th 9am – 11:15am: IU Sciences Library – Chemistry Building Room 002… Read more »
Month: October 2019
The Opportunity Expo is a career event for Bloomington area technology and life sciences organizations to recruit talent and showcase their business. It is hosted by the Bloomington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC). Professionals, IU students, Ivy Tech – Bloomington students, and anyone seeking employment opportunities around the region are invited to attend. Don’t have a… Read more »
The 2020-2021 FAFSA officially opened on October 1st, 2019. Have you submitted yours yet? Make sure you complete your FAFSA yet? The priority deadline for submissions is April 15th, 2020 at 11:59 PM. Submit yours as early as possible in order to maximize your amount of federal aid for the upcoming school year!
Is a selfie just not cutting it? Do you want to look more professional online? Why do you need a professional photo? Having a professional photo that reflects your current self is important. At any moment, a future employer could be checking in on your LinkedIn and other social media pages!
A minor in Medical Humanities complements the pre-med and health-related curricula; it will help you become a better health care practitioner! Minor Requirements: Students completing the Minor will take a total of 15 credits. Core courses focus on the psychological and social effects of illness and treatments, values and policy issues related to medical practice,… Read more »
A Minor in History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine complements many Majors in the Sciences, History, and Philosophy. Minor Requirements: Students completing the Minor will take a total of 15 credits. Core courses focus on general problems related to scientific methods, reasoning, and research ethics, scientific values and policy issues, and the development of… Read more »
For more information on involvement with the Project Horseshoe Farm, download the 2019 Project HSF Newsletter!
Experience the diversity of arts and humanities at IU and explore the theme of memory with activities provided by Themester, Mathers Museum, and the IU Archives. First Thursdays are monthly festivals showcasing the diversity of arts and humanities on campus and throughout the Bloomington community. First Thursdays offer a welcoming environment for students, community members,… Read more »
Want to explore opportunities in and outside of healthcare? Attend this interactive session! We’ll share exercises and activities to help you imagine your future possibilities. Pathways: A Workshop on Careers in Healthcare and Beyond Monday, October 7 6:00-7:00 pm Oak Room Indiana Memorial Union Brought to you by staff from: Career Development Center Walter… Read more »