2020 IU Summer Language Workshop

Highlights (in brief) 

  1. 1 year of language credit (101/102, 201/202, 301/302 etc) in just 8 weeks.
  2. 24 languages being offered this year at various levels.
  3. In-State tuition rates for all regardless of residency.
  4. Funding available
  5. One of the oldest and most prestigious programs of its kind.

More detail: 

Founded in 1950, The Indiana University Summer Language Workshop is an intensive and immersive language program based at Indiana University-Bloomington. Over 8 weeks in the summer, students complete one year of language study.  Students go beyond the classroom to engage with their language and its culture through clubs, cooking demonstration, and various cultural activities in language. In addition to this, the Workshop sponsors professional development and networking events throughout the summer. In all, there are over 500 extracurricular events for students to participate in.

The program is one of the most affordable credit-bearing language programs in the country. All students, including international students,  are charged In-State Tuition rates. Students have the option of living on campus on a language specific floor. The workshop also supports participants by offering a wide range of undergraduate and graduate funding.

http://languageworkshop.indiana.edu

 

Themester Internship

Themester 2020: Democracy – On-Campus Internship

Themester, an initiative of the College of Arts and Sciences, is pleased to announce several paid undergraduate internships related to  Fall 2020’s theme “Democracy.”  

·         Spring 2020: Communications, 5 hours a week, June to August   (1-2 positions)

·         Summer 2020: Podcast internship, a project-based internship, approximately 40-50 hours total spread over the summer: May to August  (1-2 positions)

·         Summer 2020:  Outreach and Communications, 5 hours a week, June to August   (1-2 positions)

·         Fall 2020:  Outreach & Event interns average 6 hours a week during the fall semester (3-4 positions)

·         Fall 2020: Photography & Design interns average 3 hours a week.  (1-2 positions)

Previous interns report that the internship helped them engage campus on a deeper level. Internships are open to undergraduate students with majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences, including students in the Media School, the School of Global and International Studies, and the School of Art, Architecture + Design. The College encourages applications from students with an academic interest in the 2020 theme. 

First-year students and transfer students are welcome and encouraged to apply.  Hours are flexible and on campus. Deadlines: December 6 for spring; February 15 for summer and fall. More information at https://themester.indiana.edu/get-involved/student-involvement/internships/.

 

Wellness Workshop for Pre-Health Students

WELLNESS WORKSHOP:

Developing Resilience and Self-care Strategies for Health and Wellness

Monday November 11, 2019 at 5:30-6:30 PM

IMU Tree Suites, Walnut Room

Resilience has been highlighted as a formal competency for medical school, and wellness programs are being incorporated into curricula across graduate healthcare programs.

As a future caregiver, taking care of yourself is a skill you need to develop. In this workshop, Jennifer Yeoward from the IU Health Center Counseling and Psychological Services will offer information, resources, and tools that you can incorporate in your life to reduce your level of stress and anxiety and carry forward into your graduate education and career.

Students pursuing admission to any type of competitive admission health professions program are encouraged to attend this event.

Please RSVP. It’s okay if you need to arrive late or leave early. We will leave time at the end of the session to discuss your questions and ideas.

Read more about the medical school competencies and competency in self-care.

Indianapolis Teaching Fellows

After graduation, how will you launch a high-impact career in Indianapolis?

Historically, high-need students in Indianapolis have not had equal access to an education that adequately prepares them for college and career. Indianapolis Teaching Fellows trains recent college graduates to become exceptional, certified elementary, secondary, and special education teachers. Our fast-paced six-week summer training program focuses on the essential skills that teachers need most to start strong. Fellows will repeatedly practice foundational classroom management and instructional techniques, receive direct feedback from skilled coaches, and must pass a series of evaluations to be eligible to start teaching in the fall.

Do you have what it takes to join this elite group of educators?

Apply here – our application deadline is November 19th.

IU Journal of Undergraduate Research – Annual Research Day

IU Research Day

Saturday, November 16st, 9am – 4pm 

Cedar Hall

Join the IU Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR) for our annual Research Day. Research Day provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to engage in a variety of research related workshops, network with researchers and professionals, and learn how to get involved in research. If you’re interested in graduate school, medical school, or the job force, this event will prove valuable, as research is an integral part of all of these career paths. This event benefits undergraduate researchers of all levels and all disciplines to develop as scholars, network with similarly-minded students, gain insight from research professionals, enhance a variety of research-based skills, and more!

Workshops:

Engage in 5 sessions presented by industry professionals, graduate students, panelists, and IU faculty members. There are 20 unique workshops from which to choose including Getting into a Research Lab as an Undergraduate, Medical Student Panel, and Cross-cultural Sensitivity in Research. 

Networking:

During lunch, informational research booths will be hosted. Booths will include: Catalent, Inc., Walter Career Center, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane Division, the Center of Excellence for Women & Technology (CEW&T), Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR), and more!

Keynote:

Dr. Richard Gunderman, Chancellor’s Professor of Radiology, Pediatrics, Medical Education, Philosophy, Liberal Arts, Philanthropy, and Medical Humanities and Health Studies at Indiana University, will be delivering the keynote address. His talk will emphasize how the pursuit of understanding enriches life. 

Food:

Breakfast and lunch will be provided for registrants.

Cost: 

The event is completely FREE!

Registration:

Register in less than one minute here!

Dress Code:

Casual.

Questions or Concerns:

Please contact iujur@indiana.edu.

Research and Development Summer Intern Opportunities

Corteva Agriscience is searching for the best and brightest students who are interested in R&D summer internship opportunities.  These are full-time positions available from May until August at our headquarters in Indianapolis, IN

Our R&D Summer Interns programs provides an opportunity for students to work closely with senior scientists in order to improve technical skills while being given a developmental opportunity in an industrial setting.  Apply here: https://careers.corteva.com/ListJobs?Keyword=intern.

College Seeks Students for Themester 2020 Democracy Committee

Students Needed for “Democracy” Themester’s Advisory Committee

College of Arts and Sciences seeks undergraduates to serve as student representatives on the Themester advisory committee for fall 2020’s exploration of Democracy. The Themester advisory committee, made up of College faculty and undergraduate students, meets approximately once a month through spring 2020 and makes decisions related to the subsequent fall semester’s Themester program.  The College is particularly interested in students with a strong academic or personal interest in the theme. See the Themester website for more information on responsibilities and required application materials. Deadline: November 1.