Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Submit your undergraduate research to the IU Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR)

Submit your undergraduate research to the IU Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR)

IUJUR is currently accepting submissions for Volume II. Students conducting undergraduate research in any discipline are encouraged to submit a full-length manuscript, research snapshot, or abstract. Authors who submit by December 1 will receive extensive feedback from our student editorial board and will be allowed to revise and resubmit before our final deadline of February 8, 2016

For more information regarding submission guidelines, manuscript resources, and the submission process, please visit http://iujur.indiana.edu/submit/ . Alternatively, please feel free to contac

Thanks so much, and we wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving break.


IU Journal of Undergraduate Research
Twitter: @IUJUR

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

23rd Annual IU Animal Behavior Conference - SAVE-THE-DATE!

Indiana University
March 31 – April 2, 2016
Registration is FREE
Register and/or submit an abstract at: http://www.indiana.edu/~animal/conference/registration.php

We welcome attendees to contribute presentation or poster abstracts, with
special encouragement to undergraduate presenters.

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Thursday, March 31 - Poster Session

Friday, April 1 – Oral Presentations
Keynote Speaker:
Alison Fleming, University of Toronto Mississauga

Saturday, April 2 - Changing Paradigms in Animal Behavior
Keynote Speaker:
Gregory Demas, Indiana University
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Friday, October 30, 2015


Any IU student can drop in for our FREE workshops at Wells Library room E159 (East Tower). 

“Help Me Sleep!”- Nov. 2, 5-6pm
Can’t fall asleep? Waking up tried? We can help you sleep better! Improved sleep increases your concentration, balances your mood, and increases learning.  Molly McKelfresh, M.S. will help you find ways to change the way you sleep.

“Self-Compassion & Resilience”- Nov. 9, 5-6pm
Research suggests the skill “self-compassion” decreases emotional suffering and helps people to thrive.  In this workshop facilitated by Eric Samuels M.A., M.S., participants will learn about the elements of self-compassion, the benefits of self-compassion, and practice experiencing self-compassion. 

“Stress Management”- Nov. 16, 5-6pm
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, burnt out, or “blah”, this workshop is for you. Chris Meno, Ph.D. will help you learn skills to change the way you manage stress and take care of your stressed-out body!

“Think Happy!”- Nov. 30, 5-6pm
Research on “happiness” suggests there are specific activities you can do in your day to day life to increase feelings of happiness.  Nicole Gabana, M.S. will engage you in ways to experience happiness. 

MINDFULNESS MEDITATION FOR STRESS - FREE drop-in workshops Mon & Tues 10-11, Wed & Thurs 2-3pm at IU Health Center, 4th floor. Dr. Carolyn Lee will teach you how to practice “Mindfulness”, a research-based strategy to help reduce anxiety, improve concentration, regulate emotion and much more! Bring a friend!

Here are some ideas to consider: 1) Display CAPS posters and brochures in your office or department 2) Follow and retweet/repost CAPS (Twitter: @IUHealthCenter   Facebook: IU Counseling and Psychological Services) 3) Add info. about CAPS to your syllabus, webpage or monthly newsletter 4) Use 5 minutes of a class to tell students about CAPS services 5) Read one article about college students and mental health- here’s one option: http://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/top-5-mental-health-problems-facing-college-students/

DR. JOY DEGRUY TALK “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome- American’s Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing” Nov. 11, 5-8pm, IMU Solarium. Please join us for this important talk.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Career and Graduate School Events are Approaching!


Anxious to learn more about potential careers or the application process to graduate schools?  Here are a few Arts and Sciences Career Service Events that you should check out!

Graduate School Workshop Series – Wednesday, October 28, 2015 6:00-7:30

Hutton Honors College Great Room

Work Shop II: Start Early – Preparing for Graduate School Applications
  • Understand the application timeline—when to take entrance exams, contact references, complete applications
  • Evaluate and research financial assistance programs such as financial aid, fellowships, grants and assistantships
  • Write personal statements concisely and effectively
  • Solidify reference and recommendation letters from professors, faculty, and career field experts
  • Prepare and execute entrance exams utilizing resources and services
  • Discuss with campus professionals audience questions related to graduate school application preparation
See attached flier for more information!

SCIENCE CONNECT – Wednesday, October 28th; 6:00-8:00 p.m.
State Rooms East & West, Indiana Memorial Union

Are you a science major looking for direction? Is medicine not the path for you? Then come to Science Connect to hear from students and professionals to discover the amazing opportunities available in the field of science!
Enjoy some free food and meet with people who were once in your shoes and know what it takes to succeed. Connect with other students and professionals in a variety of fields to uncover different routes to take your science education. Panelists will include graduate students, faculty members, industry professionals and student interns affiliated with diverse organizations, including:
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
Cook Biotech
Eli Lilly
Hoosier Medical Communication Services
Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences Office of Science Outreach

RSVP for the event here.
Questions? Contact Justin Zuschlag at jzuschla@indiana.edu or 812-855-0577.

Hungry for Success Career Event -  Wednesday, November 4
Tree Suites, Indiana Memorial Union, 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Do you have questions regarding your major or career path? Are you interested in getting a leg up on your future? Come enjoy an evening with free food & giveaways, hear from student leaders as well as specialized career services representatives, gain tools and information regarding your degree requirements, and get closer to determining a major and/or career path.
Use your myJobs account (at http://cdc.indiana.edu/ ) to RSVP if possible, if not- just plan to arrive on Wednesday, November 4th and bring a friend(s)! Questions? Contact Lindsey Hojnowski at lhojnows@indiana.edu.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Cook Medical Marketing Internship Night

Cook Medical Marketing Internship Night
Wednesday, October 21st 7-8:30 PM
Global and International Studies Building Lecture Hall – Room 001

ALL MAJORS are invited to apply.
Hiring 15+ paid intern positions for each role.
Deadline to apply is October 30.

·         Learn about Cook Medical the company
·         Hear from a panel including marketing leadership and marketing managers in public relations, social media, and brand marketing
·         Join us for post-event networking afterwards

About Cook Medical Internships 
We’re always trying to find better, simpler, more efficient ways to treat patients. At one time or another, we are all patients. So are the people we care about. Keeping that thought in mind is the cornerstone of our success. 

Who is a good fit? 
If you’re thinking about an internship or a career with Cook Medical, curiosity and passion for what you do will serve you well. Here, if you have a willingness to learn and a drive to get things done, you’ll fit right in. 

College of Arts + Sciences Students, apply on Career Link.
All Other Students, apply on myJobs.

·         Brand Marketing Intern JOB ID#14493
·         Distribution Marketing Intern JOB ID#14494
·         Graphic Design Intern JOB ID#14495
·         Market Research Intern JOB ID#14496
·         Product Management Intern JOB ID#14497
·         Sales Intern JOB ID#14498