Women in STEM: Panel & Networking

Weeks 5-9 Writing Hub Workshops

Take your writing to a new level by attending a Writing Hub workshop!

These workshops will give you quick, memorable strategies to help you with some of the most common writing struggles.

Wednesdays, 5:15-6:30pm, Teaching + Learning Commons  (1st Floor Geisel West)

Week 5 Workshop – Conquering Procrastination and Writer’s Block

Don’t be intimidated by a blank page ever again! This workshop will explore strategies for brainstorming and motivating your writing process.

Week 7 Workshop – Med School Personal Statements

Learn effective strategies for communicating who you are now, and as a future physician.

Week 9 Workshop – How to Paraphrase Effectively

This workshop will explore how to paraphrase sources in a way that demonstrates clear understanding of the original material and highlights your own voice.

Learn more and RSVP here!

Questions? Email us at writinghub@ucsd.edu.

Job Alert- Research Assistant, Matrix Sensors, Inc.

Magnet with ‘Magic Angle’

“Understanding these mechanisms will allow researchers to correct those mistaken identities and design molecules that can prevent cancer and premature aging mechanisms from happening much earlier in the process,” explained Debelouchina. — https://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/pressrelease/magnets_with_magic_angle_offer_new_way_to_study_jelly_states_of_genes

Pursue a Masters Degree at Texas A&M

UC Davis – Study Abroad!!

Greetings students!

UC Davis Summer Abroadoffers UCSD students the opportunity to earn 8 units of UC credit in just four weeks—while studying in another country! Programs are open to all majors, and all students, from freshmen to graduating seniors.   

UCSD Financial Aid applies; ask your Financial Aid Office for more information. 

Would you like to. . .?

  • Study neurobiology in Bucharest, the culturally and historically rich capital city of Romania – or study biological sciences in Japan (102) or Ireland (2A or 2B)?
  • Explore the ways people in Prague and beyond integrate physical activity into their daily lives and how exercise science is taught in the Czech Republic’s leading universities?
  • Study Applied Statistics for Biological Sciences both in the classroom and through numerous site visits around Cork, a town famous for its Irish history, culture, and cuisine?
  • Visit some of the famous wine regions of France and learn about the various production and winemaking techniques by visiting wineries, large and small?
  • Earn GE credit while exploring Iceland, Denmark and Germany while studying the mythology and modern adaptations of Viking myths – or discover the most outstanding masterpieces of modern design while in Paris, Dijon, Nice, and Marseilles, France?

These programs still have space available for 2019 enrollment and are just a few options among 60+ others offered through UC Davis Study Abroad. All programs feature on-site activities that integrate experiential learning with classroom study, and many are led by faculty who have won Excellence in Teaching awards.

For a complete list of programs and program information, visit:

https://studyabroad.ucdavis.edu/programs

Space Still Available for Summer and Fall 2019!—Enrollment Deadline: April 5th
Create a student profile to create a list of programs that interest you, or start the enrollment process for Quarter Abroad or Summer Abroad!

Best,

Erin

— — 

Erin Schlemmer

Program Coordinator and Advisor

Study Abroad
Global Affairs

University of California, Davis

International Center | Suite 1120

463 California Ave | Davis, CA 95616

eschlemmer@ucdavis.edu | (530) 752-5581

Rochester Institute of Technology’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP)

The Rochester Institute of Technology’s Future Faculty Career Exploration Program (FFCEP) is currently accepting applications for the class of 2019. This program is design for historically underrepresented minority scholars to explore potential faculty careers. Participants will get to network with faculty, chairs, deans, and administration; hold a job talk presentation on their research; learn more about the culture and values of the institution straight from our diverse faculty and students; and so much more. 

I encourage you to you to share this announcement with your program’s current students (PhD/MFA), alumni, postdoc scholars and fellows, and any others whom might be interested in exploring a career at RIT.  I have attached a flyer with additional details for you to share.  This is a competitive application process.  Applications are due on May 15th.  Learn more at: http://bit.ly/2Uivxy3

Please let me know if you have any questions on the program or RIT.  I appreciate you helping to us reach potential applicants. 

Best regards,

Lorraine

Lorraine Stinebiser

Interim Director

Office of Faculty Recruitment

Division of Diversity and Inclusion

Rochester Institute of Technology

111 Lomb Memorial Drive

Slaughter Hall, Room 1121

Rochester, New York 14623

Email: losofr@rit.edu  |  Phone: 585.475.5775

Website: www.rit.edu/facultyrecruitment  |  www.rit.edu/diversity

Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) – Accepting Applications

The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is accepting applications for the Fall 2019 term.  Applications are due May 29: https://science.energy.gov/wdts/suli/

SULI encourages undergraduate students and recent graduates to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers by providing research experiences at the Department of Energy (DOE) laboratories. Selected students participate as interns appointed at one of 17 participating DOE laboratories/facilities. They perform research, under the guidance of laboratory staff scientists or engineers, on projects supporting the DOE mission.

The SULI program is sponsored and managed by the DOE Office of Science’s, Office of Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) in collaboration with the DOE laboratories/facilities.

Kate Bannan

Communications and Outreach Manager

Contractor to DOE/Office of Science

SC Communications and Public Affairs

Information International Associates (IIA)

202-586-7814 office

703-477-4405 cell phone

Kate.Bannan@science.doe.gov

@KateBannan

Congratulations to Po Ling Cheung and Riley Peacock!

Congratulations to Po Ling Cheung and Riley Peacock! They will be competing in the final round of the 6th Annual UC San Diego Grad SLAM! Please come out and show your support on Thursday, April 11th from 5-7 pm. – http://ow.ly/vhSB50p6qsk

Congratulations to Professor Rommie Amaro on being selected as the 2019-2020 Lattimer Research Fellow!

Congratulations to Professor Rommie Amaro on being selected as the 2019-2020 Lattimer Research Fellow!