Remember that Friday, April 29th is the final day to withdraw from full-term and 2nd 8 week courses (via One.IU). Make sure to make any drops by 11:59 PM!
Monday, May 9th to Wednesday, May 11th Various times – see official itinerary Fowler Hall & Beck Agricultural Center (West Lafayette, IN) In-person only Purdue University will host its second Microbiome Symposium on May 9-11, 2022 at the Beck Agricultural Center in West Lafayette, IN. The symposium will investigate the application of data science in… Read more »
I (Dr. Pamela Hanratty) will be teaching BIOL-L 311 (Genetics) this summer during the First Six Week Session, and I am looking for some great, enthusiastic potential UTAs. The class will be offered Monday-Thursday, 8:00-9:50 AM via Zoom. Both the lectures and learning groups are meeting synchronously via Zoom. These are PAID UTA positions. Learning… Read more »
BIOL–S 211 Molecular Biology, Honors (5 cr.). Lectures: TR 11:30 A-12:45 P; Lab: F 3:00 P-6:00 P Prerequisite: BIOL-L 112 or BIOL-H 111; and CHEM-C 117 Recommended : CHEM-C 341 concurrent Open to all majors with a 3.30 or higher overall GPA BIOL-S 211 will be taught at an honors level. The lectures cover the… Read more »
Check out Data Visualizations in the Sciences Library (Chemistry Building C002) Tuesday April 5, 2-7pm. Wander around, listen to some fun talks, make a data sculpture, make a data plot, try our Virtual Reality Goggles and enjoy Pizza X and Baked! Full details are here: https://events.iu.edu/libraries/event/476243-data-visualization-bazaar
Did you know that the Hutton Honors College offers grants and awards to encourage all qualified IU Bloomington undergraduates to explore and innovate? Check out their summer research funding opportunities and more. Visit the Hutton Honors College website to learn more. Summer grant applications are due March 11.
Thursday, February 24th 7-8PM via Zoom Register here Are you an underclassman interested in business, inequality, and ethical management? Want to speak the language of a business insider, while questioning modern capitalism? We are looking for motivated and curious students to join the Liberal Arts and Management Program’s Management and Human Organization major or… Read more »
With a long-term goal of improving Indiana’s professional museum workforce, the Clowes Internship Program at the IU Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology has a primary objective to increase the quantity, quality, and accessibility of real-world professional development experiences available to IUB upper-level undergraduate and master’s degree students seeking museum careers. On-campus internships undertaken during fall… Read more »