Rethinking Your Health Career Meeting:
Explore Your Options in Healthcare!
Thursday, April 11, 2013
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM at Ballantine Hall 109
This session is open to all IUB students and alumni who are interested in exploring career options in medicine or other healthcare professions. Advisors from the Health Professions and Prelaw Center (HPPLC) will provide you with tips that can help you re-evaluate your career plans, given your individual strengths and interests, as well as ideas for creating a personalized plan for successful health career exploration. HPPLC advisors with expertise in a wide variety of preprofessional areas in healthcare and law will be available to answer your questions.
This Thursday! The Poynter Center is proud to be the coordinating sponsor of this program.
The American Whistleblower Tour: Essential Voices for Accountability
featuring a moderated discussion with two prominent national whistleblowers
Thursday, March 28th, 2:00-3:30 pm
The Whittenberger Auditorium, Indiana Memorial Union
Please see the IU News Release below; a flyer for the program is attached.
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/565812953442445/.
You will find the event on the IU College of Arts and Sciences Calendar as well.
Hello IU student,
CHANGE offers rising sophomores and juniors at U.S. based colleges and universities a leadership and organizing training that prepares students to work with Oxfam and right the wrongs of global poverty, hunger and injustice.
- Have access to expert skills-based training, resources, materials and year-round support from Oxfam staff;
- Establish connections and share knowledge with college students from the US and beyond;
- Form positive attitudes and establish connections between your local and global communities; and
- Develop confidence and the skills to effect positive and lasting social change.
If you’re chosen as a CHANGE Leader, you’ll participate in a week-long CHANGE training in Boston from July 20-26, 2013, organized and paid for by Oxfam. You’ll join the IU Oxfam Club on your campus and implement an Oxfam campaign in Bloomington during the 2013-14 school year, as well as communicate regularly with Oxfam staff about your work.
During the training, you’ll meet other students, broaden your perspectives, and learn how to take and inspire action in others to strengthen communities around the world. And throughout the year, you’ll influence legislative and corporate practices, work with the media, connect with other student leaders, and more – all to help CHANGE the world.
Have additional questions? Please feel free to email us at email@example.com or call us at 1-800-77-OXFAM ext. 9415. Or contact Emily Metallic, a 2012 CHANGE alumnus and Vice President of the IU Oxfam Club, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do your parents constantly ask you how you’re going to get a job as an anthropology major? Do you have friends that question a knowledge of syntax will help when you end up working in an office? The members of FESA (Folklore & Ethnomusicology Student Association) understand where you’re coming from. That is why we invite you to join us for a Career Night. We will have one of the great staff members of the Career Development Center on hand to give a presentation and answer questions, along with alumni of our department who are using their majors in interesting and unique ways. Also, we’ll have refreshments! This event is sure to be beneficial, and a lot of fun! So, come and see us on Wednesday, March 20th. The presentation will start at 6:30 PM in the Folklore Building at 510 N Fess (1.5 blocks North of Mathers Museum, and 1 block West of Collins LLC).
2013 James P. Holland Award for Exemplary Teaching and Service to Students in the College of Arts and Sciences
I write today to invite you to nominate a faculty member for the 2013 James P. Holland Award for Exemplary Teaching and Service to Students. This annual award honors College of Arts and Sciences faculty “who excel at teaching and have a demonstrated history of service to students.” The award is funded by a gift to honor Professor James Philip Holland, an exceptional educator who gave many years of exemplary service to the students of Indiana University and who earned numerous university-wide teaching awards.
To nominate a College of Arts and Sciences faculty member (Please note: AIs are not eligible.) for this prestigious award, undergraduate students in the College must send a substantive statement, not to exceed 400 words, explaining why they believe their professor deserves this award. Please note: only College of Arts and Sciences undergraduate students – not students in other IUB schools and not alumni or graduate students – may nominate College faculty members for this award. Nominations should be addressed to me, John Louis Lucaites, Associate Dean for Arts and Humanities and Undergraduate Education at email@example.com by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Your nomination should include a description of the professor’s outstanding qualities along with specific examples of ways in which he/she has demonstrated excellence in teaching or service to undergraduate students.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to recognize outstanding members of the College faculty for their commitment and service to undergraduate students. I look forward to receiving your nomination.
John Louis Lucaites
Associate Dean for Arts & Humanities
and Undergraduate Education
Professor of Rhetoric and Public Culture
Department of Communication and Culture
104 Kirkwood Hall
College of Arts and Sciences
Bloomington, IN 47405
There are still some spots open in the 2nd 8 Weeks sections of EDUC-X150 Managing Resources for Learning. Please see the information below.
EDUC-X150: Managing Resources for Learning
A Second 8 Weeks “Academic Booster Shot”
X150 is a small (limit 19), 8-week two-credit “academic booster shot” for freshmen and sophomores who need to quickly and drastically ramp-up their performance and increase their academic success in all their classes. Activities and topics covered include:
- Goal setting
- Organization and time management
- Learning about learning
- Thinking critically and creatively
- Engaging, listening, and note-taking
- Reading and studying for better comprehension
- Developing memory and taking tests
Available Sections for 2nd 8 Weeks of Spring 2013:
Section Time Days Place
16908 9:30-11 AM MW FQ 012A
16909 11:15 AM-12:45 PM MW FQ 012A
16910 12:45-2:15 PM MW WI C109
16912 9:30-11 AM TR CU 304
16911 11:15 AM-12:45 PM TR ED 3105
22188 2:30-4 PM TR CU 304
For more info, go to http://sac.indiana.edu/xOneFiveZeroManage, contact Anthony Guest-Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org/855-7301, or stop by the Student Academic Center (408 N. Union St. Suite 300) with any questions!
Thanks so much,
Student Academic Center
Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405
408 N. Union St. Suite 300
[Advisor’s note: Dutch is a surprisingly easy language for English speakers to learn because of the close relationship between the two tongues.]
2 semesters of Dutch this summer then third semester in the fall and fourth semester spring 2014.
Eight Weeks of Dutch this Summer!
Undergraduate students: Ger-BE 100, 8 credits
Graduate students: Ger-BE401, 6 credits
When: May 7 – June 28, 2013
What: complete first year of Dutch
Where: Indiana University Bloomington
Why: fun and interesting class!
Taught by a native speaker (Professor Esther Ham)
MTWRF from 10.20 am-12.10 pm
MW from 4.10 pm-5.40pm extra activities
Strong cultural component
Meets FLAS requirements
Due to potential semester-schedule conflicts between IU and other institutions, the first week of this course can be done via online meetings with the instructor.
Need to meet a language requirement in less than a year?
Undergraduate: Register for course # Ger-BE100 this summer
Continue in fall 2013 (N200) and spring 2014 (N250) and fulfill your language requirement by May 2014
At IU you can learn Dutch to achieve a wide range of goals, for example, enhancement of qualifications for international business, exploration or cultivation of family heritage, direct access to a prominent cultural tradition, and skill acquisition for research in academic fields such as European history and art history.
One of the largest investors in the US
Location of 49% of the Fortune 500 companies’ European distribution centers
US’s 9th largest export market
Location of the International Court of Justice in the Hague
Dutch is spoken by approximately 23,000,000 people in:
The Netherlands, Aruba, the Antilles, Belgium (Flanders) and Suriname