Thursday, September 18, 2014

On Friday, September 19th @ 11:15 am in Simon Hall 001 Women in Science @ IU will be having a General Grad Student Q&A Panel. This will be an opportunity to ask graduate students and professional scientists from Biology/Chemistry/Physics/etc.questions on topics relating to graduate school. 

While the questions will come from you, we expect the topics to include:
-- Advantages/Disadvantages to taking time off after undergraduate and what you can do during that time
-- How to pick an advisor/grad school/program
-- Choosing a PhD vs. Masters
-- Life out side of work
-- General grad school questions - what is it like, what does it entail, etc.

If you have any questions about the panel, please e-mail

Hope to see you there! 

WinS Steering Committee

Renae Comulada, Liz Czerwinski, Melissa Horton, Kayla Miller, Tracy Steinbach, Irina Tsvetkova, and Pooja Saxena

Careers and Graduate School for the Mental Health Field Information Session

Careers and Graduate School for the Mental Health Field

Want to learn more about what LMHC, LPC, MSW, MFT, PsyD, and PhD mean? Join Psychological and Brain Sciences faculty member Dr. Cynthia Patton and Alison Smith, Assistant Director at the IU Career Development Center, for an information session focusing on the different career and graduate school options available in the mental health counseling field.

Tuesday, September 23rd
7-8 pm
Psychology 226

Whether you are just getting started in the graduate school planning process or have specific questions related to reaching your career goals in the field of Psychology, we hope that you can join us to get the conversation started! 

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Navigating Your IU Experience: Explore Majors & MORE Fair!

Navigating Your IU Experience: Explore Majors & MORE Fair!
Tuesday September 30
11:00 am – 4:30 pm
Alumni Hall

Need help choosing or confirming your major choice? 
Want to add a second major or minor(s) to broaden your knowledge and skill set?
Wonder how to expand your reach through study abroad, undergraduate research, civic engagement, & MORE?  
Not sure how to begin to get involved and make connections with faculty and other students? 
Want to efficiently gather information from all IUB schools and many co-curricular activities in one place?
Mark your calendar to attend!

All IUB Academic Schools:
College of Arts and Sciences
School of Global and International Studies
The Media School
Kelley School of Business
School of Education
School of Information and Computing
School of Nursing
Jacobs School of Music
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
School of Public Health
School of Social Work

Co-curricular Programs:
The above schools will highlight co-curricular activities within their programs
Student Life and Learning
Bloomington Volunteer Network
Office of Overseas Study
Service-Learning Program
Residential Programs and Services
Recreational Sports
Career Development Center part-time jobs
Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity

Support Services at the fair:
Walk-in Career Advising with the Career Development Center
Walk-in Exploratory Advising with University Division (UD)
ePortfolio information booth with UD’s IU Peer Mentors
Health Professions & Prelaw Center Information table

Plus drawings for gift cards and lots of free school merchandise!

Cosponsored by University Division and the Career Development Center
with appreciation to all IUB academic programs and schools

Friday, September 12, 2014

Science Project Mentors Needed at Harmony High School

Harmony high school students seek science project mentors.
Science majors and graduate students are invited to work one-on-one with an aspiring young scientist to design and conduct basic experiments in a topic of their choice.  Spend an hour a week collaborating with a 12th or 11th grader on their research project.
Harmony School is a small, independent school just a few blocks south of IU on East 2nd Street.  Students will be working on their projects on Wednesdays, 10:35 -11:55 AM.  The class also meets Mondays and Tuesdays 9:55-10:35 AM.
Please contact science teacher Emily Sprowls <> if you are interested and available.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014


The FASE Advisory Board presents “Classroom Secrets Untold,” and YOU are invited! This is an event hosted by a panel of IU Professors who will share secrets of classroom success and discuss the expectations they have for their students.  This event will take place on Thursday, September 18, from 6:00 p.m. -7:00 pm in the School of Fine Arts Auditorium Rm. 102.  This is a great opportunity to network with professors and get inside advice and information that will help you succeed at Indiana University. Afterwards, enjoy pizza and refreshments with faculty and students!  Bring your friends, all are welcome! 

Please click on the following link if you would like to RSVP to attend this event: .

WHAT:  “Classroom Secrets” Faculty Panel
WHEN: Thu, September 18, 6pm – 7pm
WHERE: Fine Arts Auditorium,  Room 102  
Refreshments Served!
RSVP by Wednesday, September 17th