If you are a first year Honors student following the BS/MD 7 Year track, you must officially declare this track by Friday, April 13, 2012. To do so, simply go to the BS/MD webpage, Fall '111 Admit tab, and complete the BS/MD Interest Declaration Form. You must do this even if you indicated 7 Year interest on your initial application paperwork. Late submissions cannot be accepted. Contact Amy Sturrock at email@example.com with questions.
The Holcombe Scholars Program is currently looking for tutors for Cell Biology (PCB 3023) and General Physiology (PCB 3712). Interested applicants MUST have an overall 3.3 GPA, have taken the course at USF, and received an A in the respective course. Applications should be submitted by following the link provided.
Chemistry Week of Welcome Event:  Wed, Jan 11 from 11am - 1pm in the CHE breezeway. Enjoy hot tea, cocoa and coffee, learn about Undergrad Research and mingle with faculty and staff!
Peer Leading for Chemistry CHM 4932 SP 2012
Dear Honors Students:
If you earned an A or B in General Chemistry courses (CHM 2045 or CHM 2046), have some time on Friday mornings, and would like to help other students in a unique leadership practice, then Peer Leading for Chemistry (CHM 4932) is an excellent upper-level course to consider for the upcoming Spring semester.
CHM 4932 will give you the tools to guide students in General Chemistry I to help them succeed. The course will raise questions both about chemistry and the teaching of chemistry. You will develop a deeper understanding of fundamental chemistry concepts and improve your oral and written communication skills. This course is also an excellent opportunity to review for big exams, such as MCAT, PCAT, DAT, GRE, etc.
Interested? Please contact Dr. Laura Anderson at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about the course and registration process.
New Whitaker International Undergraduate Program for Biomedical Engineering Students Deadline March 15
The application will be made available early January 2012 for the first round of grants which will be for Fall/Academic Year 2012-2013.
With support from the Former Whitaker Foundation, IIE will provide undergraduate biomedical engineers and bioengineers funding for a semester or one academic year to pursue, in an international setting, coursework in biomedical engineering.
To be eligible for the award, an applicant must be a US citizen or have permanent residency status, be enrolled as a sophomore, junior or senior (with at least one semester remaining) and demonstrate a need for financial support to study abroad.
The Honors LLC would like to welcome back all it's residents for another phenomenal semester! Be UnstoppaBULL!
You work hard over the next four years and then what?!? Perhaps your next step in life is to do independent research, medical, law or graduate school, an internship, or even go straight into the workforce. Whatever path you choose, a collection of your works and achievements over the course of your college years will help you stand out from the rest of the crowd. Come discover helpful tips to make your personal portfolio!
Thursday, January 19th
January Lunch with the Deans
Gain the opportunity to get to know the Deans of your college on a more personal basis all the while enjoying a great lunch at the JP dining hall! From getting advice on upcoming study abroad trips and current events to discussing mutual hobbies and interests this is the chance for Dr. Silverman and Dr. Kleine to get to know you and become aware of student concerns. THIS EVENT DOES REQUIRE AN R.S.V.P. by Monday, January 16 by 5 pm.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Honors LLC Street Team
Do you want to lead? Do you want to make a difference? Join the LLC Street Team! What exactly is a Street Team member?!? You're one of the most essential components in the LLC. For more information, refer to the position description and application available on Blackboard or contact Alnicia Williams at email@example.com.
Open to ALL current LLC residents! Applications can be submitted at the LLC office in JPH 1309 or emailed to Anwill14@usf.edu.
Summer NSF REU at The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia
The Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania, announces 10-week paid summer research internships for undergraduate students. CIRP is a leading multi-disciplinary center engaged in collaborative research implementing real world applications. The Injury Science Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Site program (sponsored by the National Science Foundation) will provide students with mentorship and hands-on research experiences in the fields of engineering, behavioral science, public health, epidemiology, population science and statistics as applied to pediatric injury science (i.e., prevention of injury secondary prevention, post-injury/traumatic stress). The program will provide students with a stipend, housing at the University of Pennsylvania if needed, and a contribution toward travel expenses. CIRP is accepting applications from January 3 to January 31. Visit http://www.research.chop.edu/programs/injury/about_cirp/reu.php for more information and to apply. Contact Carol Murray: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Come out to USF's first Farmer's Market of the year on Tuesday January 17th. The market will be held between 11am to 3pm at Sessum's Mall (next to Burger King & Cooper Hall). The market will have local and organic fresh fruits, veggies, honey, plants and more. Bring cash and reusable bags. Email email@example.com if you have questions regarding this market.
Tutor Needed for Research Methods in Psychology
The Jenkins Scholars Program is looking for a tutor for Research Methods in Psychology for Spring 2012! Applicants MUST have an overall 3.3 GPA, taken the respective course at USF, and received an A in the course. Applications should be submitted by following the link provided. Contact information: Rochelly Ramirez Jenkins GA firstname.lastname@example.org
Add a chapter to your life and rush Phi Sigma Pi National Co-Ed Honors Fraternity! We strive to promote our ideals of scholarship, leadership, and fellowship, participate in social and service events, and all the while make bonds of brotherhood that will last a lifetime.
Rush Info Sessions:
Thursday 1/12 @ 7:30 pm - MSC Food Court
Tuesday 1/17 @ 7:00 pm - MSC Food Court
Wednesday 1/18 @ 8:00 pm - MSC Food Court
Alternative Medicine Student Group Needs New Marketing Director
The Complementary, Alternative, & Naturopathic Medicine (CANM) student group at USF is in need of a new marketing director. The primary responsibility would be to make fliers and other marketing materials and get them out to USF students and the surrounding community. CANM was founded in the spring of 2011 in order to make a forum for discussing and learning about changenative medicine (eg nutrition, yoga, acupuncture, herbs). To read more please see URL link.
If you would like to be included in future editions of "Know-a-BULL News", articles may be submitted for consideration to Dr. Silverman through the submission form. Submissions should be brief and well written. Links should be JPG images or PDFs.