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The Department of Biochemistry regularly gets announcements from organizations outside the University describing opportunities for undergraduates. These include opportunities for research experience (including summer research programs), education, or professional development. This message board lists these announcements as we receive them. For more information, please contact the website or individual listed.
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Please join us for an information session announcing the official opening of this year's Fulbright competition! We will discuss new opportunities for students to do research, graduate study, do creative work, or teach English abroad. UI Fulbright advisor Karen Wachsmuth will highlight new countries and programs offered around the world for the upcoming 2015-16 Fulbright Competition, which officially opens on May 1. The UI campus deadline for this competition is September 11, 2014.
The workshop will also take a detailed look at each step of the application and submission process. All students who are considering applying should plan to attend, even if they've attended previous workshops, as new information will be presented. For more information, go to http://international.uiowa.edu/funding/fulbright-us-student-program.
Please join us for a Fulbright reception/potluck immediately following Tuesday's workshop from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in order to celebrate with this year's Fulbright applicants, awardees, international student members of the Fulbright UI Student Organization, faculty and staff mentors and advisors, and the Fulbright Faculty Committee.
Please pre-register for these events before May 6 by clicking on the following link: https://uiowa.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bayLQr0ghtzclLf
For more information, please contact Karen Wachsmuth, academic programs and student services administrator, International Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org, ,319-335-1436.
Going Global is an online international employment resource offered by Pomerantz Career Center for student use. If you are looking for a job or internship abroad, utilize the country and city guides and jobs/internships search feature. If you are an international student seeking information on employment in the U.S., use the H-1B database to research companies that have filed for employment visa sponsorship in the past year and check out the U.S. country guide. Note: You must create a personal account while on campus (click on the link in the upper right corner of the Going Global homepage), then you can log in to use it anytime, anywhere. https://online.goinglobal.com/ or through your HireaHawk.com account.
Faculty at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have developed an extensive compilation of internships in scientific research and medicine offered nationwide for high school, undergraduate, post-doc and gradaute students, which can be accessed at the link above.
In an effort to promote resources for students in STEM, the Institute for Broadening Participation provides current information on education and career training opportunities. This includes paid summer research experiences for undergraduates, graduate fellowships, mentoring, professional development opportunities, and post-doctoral opportunities. To learn more about these opportunities and to sign up to receive information on funding programs, please visit www.pathwaystoscience.org.
The Pomerantz Career Center is now offering an academic internship course with the ability for students to receive 1-3 elective credit hours depending on the number of hours they are working in their internship. Normal tuition and fees apply. Contact Sherry Rhinehart or Crystal Stockdale in the Pomerantz Career Center with questions.
Postings on this website are not necessarily endorsed by the Biochemistry Department or the University of Iowa. They are intended for the use of Biochemistry Majors at the University of Iowa.