Rising Seniors Apply for the Fulbright Program to study research or teach abroad
Rising seniors - Now is the time to start thinking about the Fulbright US Student Program and your application. Students applying in fall 2013 will go abroad fall 2014 for up to one year. You will work on your applications now and throughout the summer. Meet with Ms. Chambers in the ONS office as soon as possible to start talking about your application, grant types and country options.
Find out more about the Fulbright program here: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/
Congratulations to Andrew Krajewski Jennifer Stenback Shelby Thomas and Pedro Zamora
Congratulations to Andrew, Jennifer, Shelby and Pedro! These four Honors College students will study abroad in the UK this summer through the Fulbright UK Summer Institute Program. This all expenses paid program brings freshmen and sophomores to the UK to learn more about UK culture. Andrew will study at Queen's University Belfast in Ireland, Jennifer will study at Exeter University, Shelby will study in Wales and Pedro will study in Scotland.
For more information about the Fulbright UK Summer Institute Program, please visit: http://www.fulbright.org.uk/fulbright-awards/exchanges-to-the-uk/undergraduates
Four Honors Students Win Gilman Scholarship for Study Abroad Funding
Four Honors College students (out of 13 students total) have won a Gilman Scholarship to study abroad during the 2013 Summer term. Lazaro Silva will be studying at the University of Exeter, Monica Velasco and Hiram Rios will travel with the USF Learning in the Culture Tier 1 trip to China, and Zachary Tomlinson will be studying and volunteering in Morocco. Zachary and Hiram were also awarded Critical Need Language Awards from Gilman to study Arabic and Mandarin, respectively. Just 100 awards are given out by Gilman annually for study of a critical need language.
To learn more about the Gilman Scholarship, please visit: http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program
ONS has information on a wide variety of Scholarships and fellowships for graduate study. Please check the ONS website and speak with Dr. Lucas or Ms. Schumacher.
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Tutor Needed for Electronics II EEE 4301
The Holcombe Scholars Program is looking for a tutor for Electronics II (EEE 4301) for the Summer 2013 Semester. 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. Please Laura Reiser, Holcombe GA email@example.com, with questions.
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Volunteer Research Assistants Needed for Psychology Lab
The Substance Use, Personality, and Emotions Research Lab is looking for new research assistants. We are looking for intelligent, driven, independent, and responsible psychology students eager to engage in research. Our lab is currently working on studies examining substance use, genetics, and neurophysiology. We require a 3.5 overall GPA, and a 3.7 psychology GPA. Previous research experience is desired, but not necessary. Additionally, students must have taken Research Methods and received an A. We ask for a year commitment with 8-10 hours a week of participation. Research assistants will be expected to assess participants, enter data, double code interviews, and prepare materials for assessments. This is a great opportunity for students who want to gain experience for graduate school. If you are interested please email Alejandra Arango at firstname.lastname@example.org and Troy Webber at email@example.com.
Indian Dance Fundraiser for USF Health Free Clinic BRIDGe
Shreyas-An Expression of Dance will be presenting Dashavataram, a Bharatha Natyam Dance Ballet, on Saturday June 1, 2013 at 6 pm at Sickles High School in Tampa, FL. The net proceeds of this production will be donated to the BRIDGE Clinic. BRIDGE is a free, student-run clinic affiliated with USF Health. Bharatha Natyam is the ancient dance form of India that brings poetry to life. As a dance form it is all that we know as theater, with music, dance, drama , color, rhythm, poetry and storytelling. This dance ballet is choreographed in a light classical style. All the dancers have had several years of training. The story line travels through centuries with beauty and grace. This is an excellent opportunity for aspiring health professionals to support USF Health and to network with current medical students! For more information about tickets or ways to get involved, please contact Shreya Narayanan at firstname.lastname@example.org.