IU Diversity Career and Internship Fair
Monday, January 27, 2020
IMU, Alumni Hall
The second annual IU Diversity Career and Internship Fair offers opportunities for students to connect with top employers and gain a first-hand account of what they are looking for in new hires. More than 77 employers and 172 representatives from academic, government, business, and non-profit sectors will be in attendance!
During the fair, students will be presented internship and full-time employment opportunities with local, state, and national employers; meet one-on-one with company representatives; network; and much, much more! For a complete and up-to-date list of employers attending the IU Diversity Career and Internship Fair, download “The Fairs App” from the App Store or Google Play.
Pre-Career Fair Bootcamp
Saturday, January 25, 2020
10 a.m. – Noon
NMBCC, Room A201
In order to help attendees get the most out of the IU Diversity Career and Internship Fair, the Pre-Fair Bootcamp offers students tools and tips on what to expect from a fair, how to research the employers attending the fair, and how to interact and follow-up with employers and representatives.
Both events are free and open to all Indiana University students! Here you will find a flyer to share with your students. Additional information can be found online at diversity.iu.edu.
Rush Alpha Chi Sigma!
The Epsilon Chapter of the professional, progressive, coed, and chemistry based fraternity Alpha Chi Sigma is holding their Spring rush from January 22nd to January 30th on weekdays. We’re a group of students from all backgrounds who come together because of our mutual love of chemistry. But science isn’t the only thing that binds us together. Our brothers work and study in many fields, including non-STEM areas, and have all kinds of different interests, but we function as a close, supportive, and fun family. We even have several alumni that are Nobel prize winners! Being a brother in Alpha Chi Sigma means always finding someone to sit with in class, going on adventures around Bloomington and far away, dedicating time to community outreach, and making a huge campus seem a little bit smaller.
You only need to attend two rush events and an info session to be able to attend the interviews, being held on Friday, January 31rst.
For more details about the date and time of rush events, please email email@example.com!
The Kelley Center for the Business of Life Sciences would like to invite students across campus who have an interest in life sciences to join us on Thursday, February 6th for an information session about the Certificate in the Business of Life Sciences and network with professionals from companies in the area such as Baxter, Cook Medical and Singota Solutions.
The information is available online via the CBLS Blog – https://www.cblsblog.kelley.iu.edu/2020/01/14/interested-in-a-career-in-the-life-sciences-industry-save-the-date/
[Undergraduate Student Job] – Protein Chemistry and Automated X-ray Crystallography.
The Biophysical and Biochemistry Instrumentation Facility (PBIF) jointly with the Macromolecular Crystallography Facility (CAF) are seeking a highly talented and motivated undergraduate student preferably freshmen or sophomore to perform several tasks related to the daily functioning of both facilities such as: automated and manual dispensing of commercial screens, crystallography screenings, sample preparation and measurement, routine checking of instrumentation and general organization in both facilities. Students who aim to pursue either a PhD program or industry position after college are very encouraged to apply.
PBIF and CAF are located into Simon Hall building and they receive hundreds of users monthly. Both are equipped with state-of-art instrumentation facilitating research for many groups in Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry Departments. Experience in the instrumentation is not expected, however motivation and multi-tasks skills are very welcome. Also, some computational skills are preferred such as: Microsoft Office use and Dream Weaver experience. Working hours are completely flexible but a total of 10 hours per week are expected to perform satisfactorily the job. Salary is commensurate with experience.
If you are interested in gaining experience in cutting-edge technologies in Protein Chemistry and Biophysical Instrumentation do not hesitate to apply. A one-page resume summarizing your skills and motivation should be emailed to Dr. Giovanni Gonzalez-Gutierrez at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about the facilities visit the webpages http://www.indiana.edu/~iumcf and http://www.indiana.edu/~physbio .
ASPIRE Study Abroad info session
Is study abroad a part of your college plans? If so, come to the College ASPIRE study abroad info session to learn about upcoming programs!
Date: January 22
Location: Ernie Pyle Hall 252
We’ll discuss four faculty-led study abroad programs offered in summer 2020 to Norway, France, Italy, and Rwanda. These are open to any IU student and are incredibly unique programs! We’ll also provide information on our semester-long exchange opportunities for College students, including programs next fall and spring to South Korea, Italy, Hong Kong, Ecuador, France, England, and Taiwan. There will also be mention of Semester: Italy 2021. Come and learn how to discover yourself abroad!
Learn more here.
Questions? Contact the College Office of International Affairs at collOIA@indiana.edu.
We wanted to let you know about 3 academic coaching options at the Student Academic Center (SAC) this semester:
1. EDUC-X156 – 2 cr., 8-week course, meet weekly w/ your own coach!
2. Drop-In – Mondays 10-12.
3. Set up a time – Students can email us at email@example.com to set up a time that works for them.
Also, CAPS will be running “Let’s Talk Now” sessions at the SAC on Thursdays from 1:30-3:30.
More info. about all of this here: https://sac.indiana.edu/coaching/index.html
The University of Kansas Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry has had an active summer undergraduate research program for more than 44 years. This 10-week program has been a valuable experience for undergraduate students who are considering a research career in chemical, biological or pharmaceutical sciences. Many graduates of the program have gone on to pursue graduate degrees and now have a fulfilling research career.
Students should preferably be juniors, although we will consider applications from outstanding sophomores if they will have completed organic chemistry prior to the start of the summer research program. Competitive stipends will be offered plus room and board.
See http://www.pharmchem.ku.edu for more information.