Join us for a two-part event with Staff Sergeant Bartholomew Anderson:
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington offers a Post-Bachelor Fellowship in Global Health that combines a full-time professional position, academic research, and education with progressive on-the-job training and mentoring from renowned group of professors. This program provides Post-Bachelor Fellows the option to pursue for a fully-funded Master of Public Health at the University of Washington.
Further information about the Post-Bachelor Fellowship program and how to apply can also be found at on the IHME Post-Bachelor Fellowship page.
The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program provides students with an opportunity to gain and develop research skills with the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy for 10 weeks over the summer. For 20 years, this program has increased awareness of DOE research opportunities to students pursuing STEM degrees (science, technology, engineering and math). The goal of the program is to improve opportunities for women and minority students in these fields, however all eligible candidates are encouraged to apply. Stipends start at $600 per week and eligible Fellows will receive an additional travel and housing allowance. For more information, visit http://orise.orau.gov/mlef/.
Application closes Friday, January 2, 2015 – click http://orise.orau.gov/mlef/ to get started NOW!
Sophomore Dinner: Natural & Physical Sciences: Tuesday, October 21st@ 6:00 pm in Atwater
Early Assurance Programs Info Session: Tuesday, October 28th from 6:30-7:30 pm in Hillcrest 103
Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice Info Session: Wednesday, November 12th from 6:00-7:00 pm (room TBA)
Dr. Krant, a rheumatologist and parent of a Middlebury student, is offering an opportunity for a couple of Middlebury College juniors to participate in a comprehensive, two pronged internship.
The experience begins with a clinical internship at Adirondack Medical Center during winter term. Students are matched with a preceptor who assists them in developing learning goals and activities through which these goals would be met. The experience includes broad engagement with various healthcare professionals with opportunities to learn first hand about healthcare disparities and efforts that Adirondack Health is making to address these issues in the North Country. There will be assigned readings and a final project that the intern and preceptor will jointly decide.
For more information apply via MOJO – deadline October 16!
The Biology Department, with co-sponshorships from the Chemistry Department, the Neuroscience Program, and the Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Program, is honored to host the visit of the 2008 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry.
Dr. Martin Chalfie will give a general audience lecture that shall interest many of you, as he will share the story of his revolutionizing discovery and how scientific progress is often made. The lecture is this Thursday October 16 at 7:30 pm in Dana Auditorium.
Volunteer with Simply Smiles! Simply Smiles is a non-profit organization that works to improve the lives of impoverished children, their families, and their communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, and on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation in South Dakota. As a volunteer-based organization, Simply Smiles hosts groups and individuals at both of these locations. Volunteers work to strengthen community while building dignity and assist with construction work to build local infrastructure. In 2015, Simply Smiles will be hosting volunteer groups in Oaxaca, Mexico, throughout the month of March, and groups on the Cheyenne River Reservation from May through August. If you are interested in volunteering as an individual, contact Sam@simplysmiles.org. To learn more about Simply Smiles and all of our projects, visit SimplySmiles.org.