Thursday, September 22, 2016

NASA Science Communication Roundtable, Friday, Sept 23

We are hosting a roundtable for a journalism alumna to chat with students interested in science communication at 1:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 23 in Franklin Hall 214.

Linda Voss, BA’79 (Journalism) is part of the project creation, direction and management team for NASA in Washington, DC. Here, she manages a range of analytical tasks resulting in documents and reports to aid decision-making and operations. 

She is also the owner of a technical-writing business, Inklings LLC, where her team publishes information sources that range from reports for Congress, policy analysis for a government agency and general outreach. She has worked with Nobel laureates, heads of agencies and divisions, business founders and researchers. Her clients have included NASA, National Academy of Sciences, National Science Foundation and the Biotechnology Institute. 

Reserve a seat by contacting Emily Harrison at


PBS Departmental Tutoring Program

Are you a psychology or neuroscience major?  Need a tutor?

The PBS Departmental Tutoring Program might be just the thing for you!

To meet the needs of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (PBS), we are launching a new volunteer tutoring program as a resource for students enrolled in PBS courses.  Based on your needs, you will be matched with a tutor that will be available to you 2-4 hours a week for homework help, study tips, or otherwise.
If you would like to be matched with a tutor, please fill out the online request form.
We are still accepting and reviewing applications for tutors!  If you are interested in applying to become a PBS Departmental Tutor, please fill out the online application.

Medical Physics and Biophysics Informational Meeting

“Medical Physics and Biophysics at Indiana University”

Susan Klein, Associate Director of Medical Physics

John Beggs, Associate Professor of Biophysics

Monday, September 26, 2016, 3:00 P.M.

Swain West 252
Interested in radiation oncology, radiation protection, or diagnostic imaging? How about the structure and function of the networks formed by neurons in our brains? We are meeting with Dr. Klein and Dr. Beggs to learn more about the studies of Medical Physics and Biophysics from these accomplished professionals in their respective fields. Also, they will discuss the programs here at IU!

Business of Life Sciences Certificate Program Fall Reception

GlobeMed at IU

We don’t want to just write checks.

We believe that global health inequity is a serious problem. Health is a basic human right, yet many of the world’s poor continue to die of preventable and treatable diseases. Unfortunately, there are no easy fixes. Writing checks for one-off projects isn’t a sustainable solution. Neither is a top-down approach that ignores the central role that local communities must play in their own development.

At GlobeMed, we believe in long-term, sustainable partnership is the foundation for erasing health inequity. We believe that the members of our partner communities around the world best understand their communities’ needs and potential. By building one-on-one relationships between students and community-based organizations all around the world, we believe that through dialogue, collaboration, and mutual learning, we can make our vision a reality: a vision of a world in which health – the ability to not only survive but thrive is possible for all people, regardless of where they call home.

Become part of an organization that recognizes that students have both the ability and the responsibility to be change-makers around the world. Be part of an organization that wants to equip you with the personal and professional skills to become a leader for global health equity and social justice.

 We are currently looking for students with the following interests:

• Global Health

• International Development

• Social entrepreneurship

• Start-ups

• Journalism

• Marketing

• Graphic and web design

Pre-meds and non-pre-meds alike are welcome. 

If you're interested please come to any of our chapter meetings. We meet every Thursday from 6:30-7:30 PM in the Student Building Room 140. 

Law School Fair - October 3rd

Law School Fair--the Nation's Largest!

Monday, October 3, 2016
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM at Alumni Hall

If you are seriously considering law school, attendance at this event should be considered MANDATORY. Freshmen through alumni are urged to attend! This event is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Come with questions, or just eavesdrop--you can learn a lot by just walking around a bit.

Representatives (who can influence admission decisions at their schools) are eager to speak one-on-one with YOU about their specific situations--from LSAT to grades to specialties to personal statement to financial aid needs. Many will have FEE WAIVERS available to anyone who asks.

Pick up material, souvenirs, information. Expand your horizons and discover great schools that you may not yet know anything about. Learn first-hand that law schools are truly interested in more than just an LSAT score and GPA!

For more information: Email HPPLC at,


Join ADAPT Consulting Student Group

ADAPT @ IU is a student-run consulting and professional development organization in the psychology department that aims to provide real-world consulting experience and professional development opportunities to motivated undergrads. ADAPT project teams work with local businesses to provide them with consulting on organizational issues that may encompass anything at the intersection of psychology and business. Past projects have been concerned with human resources (training, selection & recruitment, employee evaluations) and consumer behavior (marketing). ADAPT also provides general members with opportunities for networking, grad school preparation, and professional development through a variety of events.
In short, ADAPT is a great way to become a competitive applicant for grad programs and the job market by gaining real-world applied experience in psychology as well as professional development. Anyone interested in consumer behavior, social psychology, and industrial-organizational psychology may be particularly interested. 
ADAPT is accepting applications until this Sunday (9/25) by noon. To request an application and additional information, please contact

More information can be found at .
We look forwarding to working with you!