Thursday, August 25, 2016

College + Kelley Information Session

College + Kelley is 4 + 1 program designed for students to combine their undergraduate degree in the arts and sciences with a master’s degree in business from the Kelley School of Business. We offer full-time and part-time MS business degrees.
College + Kelley Applicants:
·         Waived from taking the GMAT or GRE if GPA is 3.2 or above
·         A degree or background in business is NOT required for admittance
·         An innovative Summer Jumpstart program is offered that will satisfy any remaining prerequisites (e.g. business fundamental courses)
·         97% job placement rate (on graduation day)
·         Average starting salary is $75,000 or above
The information session takes place Tuesday, September 6 at 6pm in CG 3059; FREE DINNER WILL BE PROVIDED. Students may register here. See attached flyer. The Godfrey Graduate and Executive Education Center (CG) is located at the corner of 10th and Fee Lane. It is connected to the Fee Lane garage across from Hodge Hall.

Global Service and Peace Corps Prep Information Session

Global Service and Peace Corps Prep
Workshop and Advising Session

Monday, September 12, 2016
4:00 – 6:00 pm
GA 0013

Learn about the certificate application process, how to create a global service portfolio, and what it takes to join the Peace Corps

For more information go to:

School of Global and International Studies
355 N. Jordan Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405-1105

Monday, August 22, 2016

Competitive Awards and Research Information Sessions for Fall 2016

Information sessions and workshops are available during the first two weeks of class to support students who want to apply for a nationally-competitive award to study or teach English abroad. They include Churchill, Fulbright, Gates-Cambridge, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes & Schwarzman. A list of events and deadlines is available on the IUCARE webpage: Fall 2016 Events and Deadlines.

Friday, August 19, 2016

Premed Freshman Orientation - August 30th

Premed Freshman Orientation!

Tuesday, August 30, 2016
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM at Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium

New premed students at IU Bloomington should plan to attend this Orientation Meeting featuring Rachel Tolen, Health Professions and Prelaw Center Assistant Director and Premedical Advisor along with HPPLC premed advisors David Owen and Lisa Snider. This meeting is intended for freshman premed students, or any student at IU Bloomington considering the possibility of preparing for medical school admission. Find out the important steps you should take if you want to prepare for a career as a physician.

Peer Coach Position - Psychology or Neuroscience Students Wanted!

College of Arts + Sciences Walter Center for Career Achievement staff is currently seeking undergraduate students to assist in career programming and coaching. Peer coaches are required to work 8-10 hours per week and are compensated at $10/hour.

Key Responsibilities:
• Inform students in the College of Arts & Sciences about the services of the career services office
• Assist in planning specialized career programming for students related to career communities (a group of communities centered around 10 different industry areas to bring together students, staff, alumni, and employers)
• Conduct career-related presentations on a number of different topics to a diverse group of individuals across campus
• Coach undergraduate students on topics such as resume writing, cover letter writing and interviewing preparation
• Research and collaborate on projects for the career services office on a variety of topics which may include: employer relations, marketing, student services and university relations


We are looking for students who possess the following skills and qualifications:
• Knowledge of career services
• Strong communication (both written and oral), teamwork, and interpersonal skills
• Presentation skills
• Prior leadership experience
• Interest and passion for helping others
• Willingness to recruit and train future peer advisors
• Declared major in the College of Arts & Sciences (preferred)
• Minimum GPA of 3.0

Want to Apply? Log into your myJobs account at and search for Job ID# 22787. Please send a resume and cover letter articulating why you are interested in the position. If you have any questions about the position, Andrea White can be reached at (812) 855-0299 or and Rachel Landis at (812)-855-7837 or

Overseas Study Presidential Match Scholarships for Studies in Israel

The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program

at Indiana University

Study in Israel

Overseas Study Presidential Match Scholarships

for Spring 2017

Application Deadline: Friday, October 28, 2016

The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University is pleased to announce Overseas Study Presidential Match Scholarships for Studies in Israel for Spring 2017. These scholarships may be used to support IU Bloomington undergraduate students who study through IU Overseas Study at the Rothberg International School at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem or at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Tel Aviv University, or the University of Haifa.

Scholarship Amounts:

Scholarships will range from $500 to $5,000. Students will automatically be considered for all scholarships.


•Any full-time Indiana University Bloomington undergraduate

•3.2 cumulative GPA or higher

•Studying during Spring 2017 at the Rothberg International School at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem through IU Overseas Study, at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, at Tel Aviv University, or at the University of Haifa.

Selection Criteria:

Preference is given to students studying at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem through IU Overseas Study.

Awards will be competitive and based on academic achievement, financial need, and duration of study abroad.

Application Procedure:

•For students applying through IU Overseas Study to the Rothberg International School at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem apply through IU Overseas Study – checking “yes” to consideration for Presidential Match Scholarship.

•Students applying directly to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Tel Aviv University, or the University of Haifa should print and fill out the application form and have two recommenders print and fill out forms that can be found at:  Application may be e-mailed (, FAXed (812 855-4314), mailed, or hand delivered to: Israel Scholarships, Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University, Global & International Studies  Building, 355 N. Jordan Ave., GISB 4-East, 4023, Bloomington, IN 47405-1105. Recommenders can also submit via e-mail, FAX, mail, or hand delivery.

Questions: Email or call (812) 855-0453.



IU Exchange Program in Hong Kong

The Office of International Affairs in the College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to invite College undergraduate students seeking a Bachelor of Science to apply for the Spring 2017 semester exchange at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology’s (HKUST) School of Science.

HKUST is a well-regarded university that offers excellent support for visiting exchange students. Courses are taught in English. Since this is an IU exchange, the costs for selected students are reasonable, as they pay their regular IU tuition and fees. In addition, the College will provide travel support of up to $1,000 for accepted students.

Please pass information on this exchange to faculty in your department, post it on your department websites and blogs, and/or forward this email directly to students. We urge faculty to be supportive of this exchange and to prepare letters of recommendation if asked. This information is also being provided to academic advisors.


•         Students must be pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in the College of Arts & Sciences.

•         Students must have completed a minimum of 1 year at IU prior to enrolling at HKUST.

•         Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.

•         Students must complete an essay and provide two letters of recommendation.

•         Students must have a passport by the time applications are due to HKUST (end of September).


Student applications must be received by 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, September 7, 2016. (See procedures below.) Applications will be reviewed by The College and then nominated to HKUST by mid-September, and accepted students will be notified to complete an online application through HKUST by the end of September.


Students interested in the program should do the following:

1.      Carefully read this email, the attachments, and the websites referenced throughout before submitting an applications.  Students should NOT contact HKUST directly until after they are nominated by the College.

2.      Arrange for two (2) letters of recommendation from professors or others who can speak to the student’s academic qualifications, as well as any other qualities or information regarding the student’s preparedness and interest in the HKUST program. Recommendation letters should be sent directly from the recommender to the College Office of International Affairs, by 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, September 7, 2016.

3.      Write an essay (no more than 2 pages) explaining why the student would like to take part in the exchange at HKUST.  The essay should include information about academic studies thus far at IU and what the student plans to study at HKUST.  The essay should also address why the student would like to study in Hong Kong, such as any interest in the language, culture, or other opportunities there.  The student’s name and ID number should be at the top of the essay.  The student should send the essay (in Word or PDF) by email attachment to the College Office of International Affairs, by 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, September 7, 2016.


§  Students are encouraged to submit application materials before the deadline if at all possible.  The deadline is firm.

§  Students who are nominated will be instructed to consult with the Office of Overseas Study and their Academic Advisor(s) to make further program arrangements.

§  There are several students who have previously participated in the exchange with the HKUST School of Science, and we can put students in contact with them, if requested.

§  Students selected for the exchange will pay their regular IU tuition and fees, and will be given information about estimated costs for housing, meals, and other expenses in Hong Kong.

§  The College will provide a grant of $1,000 for accepted students, to help offset the cost of their airfare.

§  To learn more about HKUST’s courses, students are referred to the Course Catalog at  for course details. You may also review the exact courses offered in the previous term at as a reference.

§  Because this is a new exchange, we do not have a database of IU equivalent courses.  Students will have to have their HKUST transcripts and syllabi evaluated by IU faculty in order for IU equivalencies to be processed.

§  Students will be expected to arrive in Hong Kong in late January to attend orientation, and begin classes on February 1, 2017.  There is a mid-term break in April, and final exams will be mid-late May.

Thank you for helping to support this international exchange opportunity.  We look forward to receiving student applications!