Here is a great opportunity to build your network on and off campus, engage with community partners and learn to serve effectively.
The Service Summit is an annual event that brings student leaders and community partner together to discuss our communities challenges and find ways we can give back in a meaningful way.
The goals of the summit are to:
1. Expand knowledge of community engagement opportunities
2. Network between students and community partners
3. Develop an action plan in conjunction with community partners to address community needs
The Summit is on Aug 13th from 10-3pm in the Imagination Lab here on campus. Please RSVP/register in order to prepared yourself for the discussions and activities at this link: Register Now . There are only 50 spots. A free lunch will be served with vegetarian and vegan options.
If you have any questions please contact Mike Stefancic at email@example.com or 426-5631.
Women’s Center 2014-15 Internships Available!
Are you interested in learning more about the experiences of your peers? Are you passionate about conducting assessments, ending violence, or advancing gender or pay equity? We may have the position for you!
We are excited to announce two new undergraduate internships, the Student Experience and Assessment Intern (SEA Intern) and the Pay Equity Intern (PE Intern)! Students hired for these positions will participate in an exciting pilot internship program with a cohort of Student Affairs Interns. The ideal candidate will join our team with the end goal of being more self-aware, community oriented and prepared to change the world.
- The SEA Intern will collaborate with staff to create, promote, conduct campus surveys about Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (Fall 2014) and Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence and Stalking (Spring 2015). Significant data will be compiled to create a report of findings and recommendations.
- The PE Intern will collaborate with staff (Fall 2014) to conduct a literature review as well as campus interviews about pay equity after graduation. Data will be used to create, host and assess workshops or events (Spring 2015).
Review of applications will begin July 24th. Positions will remain open until filled.
If you are interested in participating in either of these exciting new positions, please visit womenscenter.boisestate.edu.
NASA’s Space Life and Physical Sciences Office and the International Space Station Program Office are seeking hypothesis-driven research concept papers that use the International Space Station as a microgravity platform in the space life and physical sciences disciplines.
Concept papers should describe ground-based research that can be enhanced by flying in a microgravity environment on the space station. Concept papers selected will have the opportunity to submit a full flight proposal based on the merit of the research presented. NASA anticipates selecting 10 submissions to receive monetary awards. Selected awardees will be invited to submit full proposals on their research, which may result in one flight opportunity for student researchers.
Graduate students and post-doctoral fellows from all categories of U.S. institutions who have never conducted or been involved in space research are eligible to submit papers. Student research and scientists from EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) jurisdiction institutions are specifically encouraged to participate.
Concept papers must be submitted by July 10, 2014. For more information click here! Questions about this opportunity should be directed to Dr. Camille Alleyne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listed below are the fairs:
Construction Management Career Fair, September 25th, 2014
Jordan Ballroom, SUB
Click here for more information about the event!
College of Engineering Career Fair, October 8th, 2014
Simplot Ballroom, SUB
Click here for more information about the event!
Astronomy & Astrophysics, Earth Science, Education & Outreach, Information Technology/Computer Science, Instrumentation, Microgravity, Planetary Science, Space Life Sciences, Spacecraft Design, Systems Engineering
USRA is accepting applications this summer for the 2014 USRA Undergraduate Scholarship Awards.
These are awards made to undergraduate students who have shown a career interest in science or engineering with an emphasis on space research or space science education. Three Scholarship Awards have been established to honor individuals who have made contributions to science and the US Space Program. A fourth Scholarship Award has been established to broadly support undergraduate science and engineering education. Students will be matched to the scholarship award most appropriate for their area of study.
Up to four Scholarship Awards are available in amounts of $2000 each. Awards are for one year only, but recipients may re-apply for a second year. All scholarship awards will be paid directly to the recipients. Applicants must be undergraduates within two years of receiving a B.S. in a field of science and engineering, including life science and science education, by the time the award is received in the Fall of 2014.
Click here for additional information and a link to the online application form! Applications for Fall 2014 Awards will be accepted up until August 1, 2014.
Introducing an exciting program hosted by the Departments of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering at MIT. The DOW-MIT ACCESS Program is a weekend-long symposium aimed to expose underrepresented minority students to the benefits of a graduate education in the aforementioned research areas. This 6th annual event, taking place on MIT’s campus October 24th and October 25th, is an interactive and informative symposium that has proven to have a lasting impact on its past participants.
Applications for the ACCESS Fall 2014 session are due July 15, 2014. All travel expenses, meals and hotel accommodations for students selected to participate in the ACCESS program will be paid by the DOW-MIT ACCESS Program.
For more information click here!
AAE is currently recruiting Learning Assistants in key STEM courses. The position is called a “Learning Assistant” and you would not be responsible for grading, but help guide students to deeper understanding of their course material through active learning and facilitated study sessions. To learn more about what a learning assistant’s duties are check out this flyer!
To be eligible, you must have the following qualifications:
- Enrolled in at least 6 credits
- Able to communicate clearly and compassionately to all types of students
- Committed to creating an inclusive learning environment
- Able to commit to a full semester of employment
- Ability to speak and present information in front of a group
- Available for mandatory weekly staffing meetings on one of these days:
- Tuesdays from 4:30-5:45 p.m., OR
- Fridays from 5:15-6:30 p.m.
- Available for mandatory training August 19-21st from 9 a.m. -5 p.m.
REMINDER: STEM majors who are enrolling in Math 108, 143/144, or 170 are eligible for an ALEKS Learning Modules at no charge. The Learning Module is designed to help students refresh their math skills. This is extremely useful if it has been a while since you have taken a math course or you want to improve your preparation for an upcoming course. Our previous experience is that many students, who have been away from math courses for a while, make sufficient skill gains to test out of a course and thereby accelerate their progress towards a STEM degree.
To learn more about requesting an ALEKS subscription visit the website, by clicking here!
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Missed the Calculator workshops held in September? Don’t worry! We have provided the TI-84 and TI-89 handouts for you. Enjoy.