*_Undergraduate Students_ *Paid Summer Research Programs — deadlines are fast approaching! PathwaysToScience.org has a searchable database of 650+ summer research programs in all STEM disciplines. These are all FULLY FUNDED opportunities including programs sponsored by NSF, NASA, NIH, etc. We also have a selection of resources to help you strengthen your applications: https://pathwaystoscience.org/Undergrads.aspx… Read more »
Month: November 2019
A new study co-led by researchers in the U.S. and China has pushed back the first-known physical evidence of insect flower pollination to 99 million years ago, during the mid-Cretaceous period. The revelation is based upon a tumbling flower beetle with pollen on its legs discovered preserved in amber deep inside a mine in northern… Read more »
Abstract: Ecosystems that appear to be geographically separate are in fact often connected by flows of carbon, nutrients, and energy. Rivers receive nitrogen subsidies from the Pacific Ocean in the form of migrating salmon; streams receive massive quantities of carbon from autumn-shed riparian leaves that fuel their food webs; amphibians translocate limiting nutrients between aquatic and… Read more »
The Comparative Cognition Lab is looking for ambitious undergrad research associates to join our team and assist a doctoral student with ongoing behavioral neuroscience research. To learn more about The Comparative Cognition Lab,*check out the summary, website, and latest news features links provided at the end of this announcement.
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… Read more »
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… Read more »