Friday, September 4, 2015

College of Arts and Sciences Part-time Employment Opportunity

The College Undergraduate Academic Affairs Office is looking for at least one highly motivated, reliable, and mature student worker for Fall 2015 and beyond. We are primarily looking for assistance between the hours of 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but may have additional work hours available on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. We are looking for dependable, flexible, detail-oriented students with the ability to maintain confidentiality of records. Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Adobe Suite is preferred. Primary duties consist of:  filing, data entry, preparing computer work, copying, sorting mail, running errands, and miscellaneous tasks. This is not a work-study position.  For consideration, please submit your résumé and cover letter directly to Ms. Erin McDaniel (Owen Hall 102) or Ms. Rebekka Potter (Owen Hall 104).

New Student Organization on Campus – Call Out Meeting

MEDLIFE (Medicine, Education, and Development for low income families everywhere) is a national organization that partners with low-income communities in Latin America, Africa, and India to improve their access to medicine, education, and community development initiatives. The Indiana University chapter empowers college students to instigate tangible change both locally and globally. This winter break, we are working on a trip, giving students the opportunity to volunteer abroad in Peru!!!
Come out on Tuesday, September 8th @ 7pm at Jordan Hall A100 for the first call-out meeting!

Call for submissions - Undergraduate Research Journal of Psychology at UCLA

The Undergraduate Research Journal of Psychology at UCLA is now accepting submissions of original undergraduate research papers to be published for its Spring 2016 issue. Please forward the following call for submissions to the members of psychology and psychology-related organizations, student groups, honor societies, research laboratories, and any other students who may be involved or interested in undergraduate research.
Have you completed a research paper in a psychology-related field (i.e. psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, linguistics)?
Are you looking for a platform to publish your work?

If so, The Undergraduate Research Journal of Psychology at UCLA (URJP) WANTS YOU to submit your papers for our annual publication, expected to be released Spring 2016.

URJP is an organization dedicated to informing the community of psychological findings through research run by undergraduates from all universities. Last year, we received 109+ submissions ranging from local to international universities. URJP is one of the few established psychology journals that publish undergraduate psychological research in the country.

To submit, the papers must fulfill the requirements below:
·  Original work completed by undergraduates (Includes senior honors theses, independent research, reviews, theoretical papers, and other scholarly writing)
·  Never before been published
If you have not completed an independent research project, we still encourage you to apply by submitting a “literature review article” or “stepping stone article” which does not require access to research data.

The deadline to submit papers is October 31, 2015. Multiple submissions from one author are welcome. If you would like to submit an article for consideration, please complete the following:

·  Replace any identifying information (i.e. author name, institution) with empty brackets, to ensure anonymity within the selection process
·  BEFORE sending us your article, fill out the form linked here,
·  Once you have filled out the form above, save and attach both a Word and PDF copy of your article in an email to
·  In the body of the email, include the following information: (1) your full name, (2) full article title, (3) article type (i.e., literature review, stepping stone, research article), (4) your email address

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at for further information. To view our prior publications, please visit our website at  We look forward to reviewing your submissions!

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

FW: Please help promote IUOS Sustainability internships and IUOS-IPE 2020 Scholars Program to students

With support from the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, IU’s Office of Sustainability (IUOS) and the Integrated Program in the Environment (IPE) invite freshmen and sophomores to apply for…

The 2020 Sustainability Scholars Research Program

The goal of the program is to provide a high quality research experience for young scholars in the area of sustainability.

The students selected as 2020 Sustainability Scholars will receive a $500 scholarship each semester based on the completion of successful work with a faculty mentor. Students are required to:
 Engage in 8-10 hours per week of research with their faculty mentor
Attend the 2020 Sustainability Scholars Orientation (Friday, October 16, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.) 
Begin meeting with their mentor mid-fall semester through the end of the spring semester
Create an approved research work plan in collaboration with their faculty mentor by the conclusion of the fall term
 Enroll in the 2-credit hour 2020 Sustainability Scholars course for the spring semester (SPEA-V 100 or COLL-X 292)
Present the findings of their research during the poster session at the Spring Sustainability Symposium on April 8th, 2016

Students should visit the IUOS website to learn more and apply by close of business on September 15. 

Please contact Sarah Mincey or Andrew Predmore with any questions or concerns.

The Indiana University Office of Sustainability invites all graduate and undergraduate students to apply for…

The 2015-2016 Sustainability Internship Program

Continuing a tradition of student engagement in campus sustainability research and implementation, the Indiana University Office of Sustainability is recruiting applicants for its ninth Academic Year Internship Program.

Students selected for this paid internship will be required to:
Engage in 10-15 hours of work per week
Attend intern meetings once every 2 weeks from October through the spring semester
Begin meeting with their IUOS and other mentors mid-fall semester through the end of the spring semester
Successfully complete their internship and present their selected project during the poster session at the Spring Sustainability Symposium on April 8th, 2016

Students should visit the IUOS website to learn more and apply by close of business on September 15. 

Please contact Kristin Brethova or Andrew Predmore with any questions or concerns.