Timmy Global Health at IU is an organization focused on combating health inequities on a global, national and local scale by partnering with a variety of community health-based organizations. We offer a variety of service, educational and leadership opportunities to our members. We would love to welcome anyone into our community of healers!! Watch our… Read more »
(From Dr. Laura Scheiber, Lab Director of the William R Adams Zooarchaeology Laboratory at Indiana University) We are a comparative collection of over 10,000 skeletal animal remains that are used in research and study for many disciplines ranging from Anthropology and Archaeology to Biology, Zoology, and Animal Behavior. I am trying to reach students interested… 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 »
Are you looking for volunteer opportunities to add to your resume that are also relevant to your studies? See some of the accessible volunteer opportunities within Bloomington right here! Volunteering may not only round out a resume but also create a break in your academics that would also give back to the community. Some volunteer… Read more »
For more information on involvement with the Project Horseshoe Farm, download the 2019 Project HSF Newsletter!
BACKGROUND: The Youth Environmental Leadership Summit or YELS is a program of the IPE – Integrated Program on the Environment. This summit will now be offered in spring and fall to Indiana High School Environmental Science AP classes. The students come for the day, with their teachers to ‘workshop’ a problem statement; below is a… Read more »
Dr. Kim Rosvall’s lab (https://rosvall.lab.indiana.edu/) has a research position available via the CEW&T Emerging Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduate Women on the genomic basis of female aggression in birds, supervised by postdoctoral researcher Dr. Sara Lipshutz. Timeframe for the position is October 17th 2019 – May 8th 2020. 1st years and sophomores who identify as… Read more »
The IU / WonderLab Summer Science Institute on Teaching Climate Change – Call for Posters Calling early-career researchers studying environmental change: Register now to present at a lunchtime poster session for Indiana K-12 teachers and high school students participating in the IU / WonderLab Summer Science Institute on teaching climate change. This is a great opportunity to practice translating your research… Read more »