Student Town Hall

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Paths to PhD: Q&A Panel

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Tau Beta Pi is hosting a Paths to PhD: Q&A Panel (ft. Takeda Pharmaceuticals) on Monday, February 4th from 1-2pm in Qualcomm Room of Jacobs Hall EBU1.

We have a selection of distinguished guests consisting of both professors and industry representatives. If you have questions about the process of applying to graduate school, debating between a route in academia or industry, or just want career advice in general, this is a great event for you! In addition, Takeda Pharmaceuticals California will be present if you are interested in getting into the pharmaceutical industry.

Featuring:
Dr. Adam Engler – Professor and Vice-Chair of Bioengineering
Dr. Ryan Kastner – Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Dr. Mack Flinspach – Associate Director of Structural Biology of Takeda Pharmaceuticals California 
Dr. Darren Lipomi – Associate Professor of NanoEngineering

Here is the link to our event pagehttps://www.facebook.com/events/1150560941767653/
And don’t forget to RSVP herehttps://goo.gl/forms/o7mgZ15CjP362CmZ2

Questions: Email Daniel Cheah at dscheah@ucsd.edu

Summer Research at USC

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Visiting Assistant Professor(s) –  Whittier College Chemistry

Visiting Assistant Professor(s) –  Whittier College Chemistry

The Whittier College Chemistry department, an ACS-approved program, is looking for up to two one-year Visiting Assistant Professors for the 2019-2020 academic year (full-time, non-tenure track) with the potential for renewal.  One position is in Organic Chemistry and the other position could be in any sub-discipline of chemistry.  A successful candidate will have earned a Chemistry Ph.D., an M.S. with significant college-level teaching experience, or ABDs may also be considered.  Teaching responsibilities for the Organic Chemistry position will include two semesters of Organic chemistry, one semester of General Chemistry, and a course for non-majors.  Teaching responsibilities for the second potential position include two semesters of General Chemistry and a course for non-majors.  Please send a cover letter, CV, a philosophy of teaching, unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts, have three references send confidential recommendation letters to Devin Iimoto at diimoto@whittier.edu.  Review of applications will begin February 25.

Whittier College is committed to attracting and retaining a high quality, diverse faculty with a passion for student-centered teaching and mentoring. Distinguished by small class sizes, high-impact pedagogies, and innovative liberal arts curriculum, it is a nationally recognized model for inclusion and diversity. With over 65% students of color, Whittier is both an HSI and AANAPISI. Founded in 1887, it is an independent, four-year liberal arts college with about 1,700 undergraduates, ideally situated in the scenic hills 18 miles east of Los Angeles. It is an AA/EOE employer. Visit www.whittier.edu/jobs for additional information.

 

 

SDICCCA Regional Fellowship Program

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Emerging Scholars Award- Submit by March 15th!

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A Look Inside the (Physics) Lab: Xiong G

A Look Inside the (Physics) Lab: Xiong Group – http://ow.ly/NJxQ30nn5wZ http://ow.ly/i/KFOSW

MEDS Conference

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John Hopkins University – Summer Research

Greetings from Johns Hopkins University.

I’m writing to you from the Institute for Nanobiotechnology and I’d like to share opportunities for your interested students to apply to paid summer research programs at JHU for Summer 2019:

REU in Nanotechnology for Biology and Bioengineering– Students majoring in the STEM fields participate in research projects in the exciting and rapidly growing area of nanobiotechnology, a place where biology, medicine, and nanotech meet. Students receive hands-on graduate level laboratory research experience and guidance from faculty and graduate student mentors. http://inbt.jhu.edu/education/undergraduate/nanobio-reu/

Rosetta Commons REU: A Cyberlinked Program in Computational Biomolecular Structure & Design Interns in this geographically-distributed REU program have the opportunity to participate in research using Rosetta Commons software. The Rosetta Commons software suite includes algorithms for computational modeling and analysis of protein structures. It has enabled notable scientific advances in computational biology, including de novo protein design, enzyme design, ligand docking, and structure prediction of biological macromolecules and macromolecular complexes.

Students learn the inner details of the Rosetta C++ code and community coding environment. Students research in a molecular modeling and design laboratory, developing new algorithms and discovering new science.

https://www.rosettacommons.org/about/intern

The deadline to apply to these programs is February 1, 2019. Flyers are attached to share with your students. Thank you for your consideration.

 

Thank you,

Camille

 

Camille Mathis   Director of Academic Programs   Institute for NanoBioTechnology

Johns Hopkins University   Croft Hall 100   3400 N. Charles Street   Baltimore, MD 21218

cmathis@jhu.edu   inbt.jhu.edu   Phone: (410) 516-6572   Fax: (410) 516-2355inbt reu flyer - 2019_page_1inbt reu flyer - 2019_page_2rosetta commons summer 2019 reu flyer_page_1rosetta commons summer 2019 reu flyer_page_2

Exploring Careers in Life Science Industries

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