Virtual information session for prospective master’s students by Michele Lersch, the director of the Master’s Programs’ Office. Join us to learn more about O’Neill and our environmental master’s programs (MES, MSES, and MPA-MSES). For more information, see the detailed IU event page. Wednesday, December 15th at 8pm Zoom: register here
Thursday, December 2, 2021 1pm – 2pm Walter Center, Ernie Pyle Hall Room 252 Learn more on Handshake or on the Walter Center event page. Do you have a unique, innovative idea that you would love to make come to life? Join this information session to learn about the Connect Challenge, an idea-centered pitch competition… Read more »
Position: Research Technician I (FT) Location: Indiana University School of Medicine, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Indianapolis, IN USA Department: BIOCHEMISTRY/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (IN-BIOM-IUINA) Job Summary: Prepares for the set-up and execution of field experiments in support of research projects. Conducts technical aspects of research studies including, but not limited to, study logistics, production and… Read more »
Wednesday, December 1st 3pm @ 111 S. Jordan Ave. Official IU event page Overseas Study offers numerous summer internship programs, as well as internship components on semester-long programs. Learn about the semester and summer options, including academic credit, sample placements, cost and scholarships, and more. Open to all majors!
Thursday, November 18 6:00 pm via Zoom Register here Note: We will be hosting more Direct Admit information sessions next semester Janet L. Hein, the Director of Admissions will explain how IU Bloomington seniors (for Fall 2022) or juniors (for Fall 2023) may apply for this program without having to take the LSAT! Freshman… Read more »
Friday, November 12th, 5-7pm School of Education Atrium Hosted by: Groups STEM Student Organization Students can come together networking and socializing with other students across the STEM fields. This is a place for students to get more information about fields of interests or to just get to know what else is offered in STEM. Additional… Read more »
The Science of Sex and Race: Theories of Biological Differentiation, 1776 to the Present HPSC-X 108 ~ MW 10:20 – 11:10 AM ~ Prof. Sander Gilboff ~ CASE DUS credit This course surveys the history of diversity in the U.S. from the point of view of history of science, asking how biologists (also biological anthropologists… Read more »
Thursday, November 4th 1-2pm, via Zoom Register here! Learn how to prepare, organize, and finish your next literature review. What is a literature review? It’s a survey of the scholarly research published on a given issue, meant as a foundation to your own project. We will discuss the basics of literature reviews, tools to organize… Read more »
The Wells Library is excited to be hosting De-Stress Fest, a stress-busting evening strategically scheduled to coincide with midterms and other stress-inducing life events. Come bust your mid-semester stress at the Wells Library lobby on Wednesday, November 3, 6:30p-8:00pm. Free snacks Table tennis Therapy animals and much, much more! Sponsored by the IU Libraries and… Read more »
Tuesday, November 9th 6:30 – 7:30pm Psychology (P) 109 Come to our MCAT workshop on Tuesday, November 9th to hear directly from upperclassmen that have studied for and taken the MCAT about their personal experiences, and study tips!