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 »
Love animals? Environmentally conscious? Passionate about education? Join Students for Animal Behavior! This student organization allows members as a group to learn about conservation issues, volunteer locally, learn about career opportunities with animals, diversify their resumes, meet some animals, meet fellow students, and learn about the Animal Behavior major, minor, and certificate! Open to all… Read more »
Looking to meet new people or get some time away from a rigorous study schedule? Look no further than IU’s student organizations! The initial callouts may be over for many of these student groups, but the vast majority will take members with interest at any point. In other words, with some communication, you can jump… Read more »
The money is there to pay for professional school. David Owen, former director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, will talk about how one pays for professional school. He will go over the common sources for funding professional school—loans, scholarships repayment and loan forgiveness programs—and things to be… Read more »
Peer coaches are undergraduate students who can help you get “ahead of the curve” in your first year. Your peer coach can assist you with: Developing good time-management skills. Study strategies. Setting goals to achieve academic success. Brainstorming ways to get involved and gain experience. Preparing for your academic advising appointments. Connecting with campus resources… Read more »
Join a Prehealth Advisor, and find out the steps you should take to get the most out of your college education while preparing for admission to medical school. We will discuss premedical coursework, shadowing and gaining clinical experience, volunteering, keeping a premed journal, research experience, living a balanced life, and your questions. Wednesday, October 16th… Read more »
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 »
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 »
For more information on involvement with the Project Horseshoe Farm, download the 2019 Project HSF Newsletter!