Know-a-BULL News
Week of 06/03/2014 - Issue # 317



Here is your weekly copy of Know-a-BULL News. Please read this issue to keep up-to-date with all the exciting events and news from the USF Honors College and the Office of National Scholarships.

At a Glance

Upcoming Events

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 6/5/2014 Office of National Scholarships Freshmen Workshop
 6/6/2014 Office of National Scholarships Freshmen Workshop
 6/9/2014 Personal Statement Writing Workshop
 6/10/2014 Freshmen Orientation
 6/11/2014 Personal Statement Writing Workshop
 6/13/2014 Freshmen Orientation
 6/17/2014 Freshmen Orientation
 6/20/2014 Freshmen Orientation
 6/27/2014 Freshmen Orientation
 7/18/2014 Freshmen Orientation
* Freshpeople 5 Events
* LLC Events
* PSP Events
* TOE Events
* Special Scholars Events

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Honors College

Dean's Update:

    If you are registered for the first semester of Thesis in the Fall semester and you are not sure of what you wish to do, read on.


    We will once again have our Thesis Preparation course offered on Fridays from 9:00-9:50 here in the Honors College.  Three of our outstanding (and favorite) professors will help you determine and develop a topic and find a mentor, all in 8 weeks!  If you know what you want to do for your thesis, these sessions are not for you.


    You must reserve your space in the seminar series; the faculty can only handle a limited number of students.  if you are interested, email Dr. Fogel at: sfogel@usf.edu


     


     


     



  • Medical Masters Program

    Did you know about the Honors College Pipleline program with USF Health? Please read below.


    If you are a pre-health student and unsure of what you are doing in the Fall 2014 semester, do consider USF one-year medical master's program that is designed to address common application shortcomings for future MD/DO/DMD/DVM/DPT/PA students. The application deadline is currently set for June 1, 2014, but will likely be extended until July 1, 2014, therefore allowing pre-health students ample time to get their applications in. If you are a Honors College student, you are encouraged to think about this option.


     Every year USF MCOM's pre-professional program accept students from virtually every state in the country and our graduates go on to health professional schools in every state as well.  If you are looking for an academic option beyond the typical post-bac program, and are hoping to not incur a massive amount of debt due to financing other second choice options that grant master's degrees, then this in-state master's program might be a good fit!


    If you would like additional information on this program, or have questions about the admissions process, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Mejias at mejias@honors.usf.edu, or the Christina Brown-Wujick at cbrown7@health.usf.edu., Admission recruiter/Advisor for the USF Morsani College of Medicine.


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O.N.S. - Office of National Scholarships

  • Upcoming Personal Statement Writing Workshops

    Please join us for an informational workshop on the process of writing a personal statement. We encourage current national scholarship applicants and students thinking about applying for a national scholarship in the future to attend. The workshop will be given by writing consultant, Robert Annis.


    The workshop will be held at the following dates and times in ALN 252:
    Tuesday, May 27 at 2pm
    Thursday, May 29 at 9am
    Monday, June 9 at 2pm
    Wednesday, June 11 at 2pm                         


    ALN 252 is a room inside of the Honors College. Please enter through the main Honors College entrance, ALN 241.


    If you are unable to attend in person, but would like to watch the live stream of the workshop, please enroll in "National Scholarships Workshops" Canvas Course through this link: https://usflearn.instructure.com/enroll/GP8BPA. Once self-enrolled, click on the Modules link (on the left hand side of the page) and then click on the Blackboard Collaborate link for the workshop you'd like to watch live.


    Please sign up for a workshop through the Office of National Scholarships website http://ons.usf.edu. Click on the Upcoming Events Calendar to select a date to attend.


    Link: httponsusfedu

  • Attend an upcoming Office of National Scholarships Workshop

    Students are invited to attend an upcoming Office of National Scholarships workshop. The workshops are designed to expose students to national scholarship opportunities that support study abroad, research endeavors and potential graduate study abroad.

    For the schedule of workshops and to sign up, please visit the Office of National Scholarships website at http://ons.usf.edu and view the Upcoming Events calendar on the right hand side of the page. If students cannot attend the workshops in person, they will be live streamed. Questions? Please email nationalscholarships@usf.edu.


    Link: httponsusfedu

  • Internships through The Washington Center

    There is still time for USF students to apply to The Washington Center for Fall 2014. The program deadline is June 11, 2014. The internships are interdisciplinary-all majors are welcome.
    The Washington Center has relationships with over 1,000 internship sites.
    For more information please visit: www.twc.edu and contact Dr. Joan Pynes at pynes@usf.edu.


    Link: wwwtwcedu

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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Student Submissions

  • New! - Research Interns for the Tobacco Research and Intervention Program

    RESEARCH ASSISTANTS NEEDED!

    TOBACCO RESEARCH & INTERVENTION PROGRAM (TRIP)
    MOFFITT CANCER CENTER

    SUPERVISORS:
    THOMAS BRANDON, PH.D.


    DAVID DROBES, PH.D.

    -Excellent opportunity for students wanting research experience before applying to graduate school.

    -Help conduct research on substance abuse, with an emphasis on tobacco dependence.


    -Minimum requirements: 3.5 cumulative GPA, available to work at least 10 hours/week with a one year commitment, starting this July.


    If interested, please email Idan Ariel (idan.ariel@moffitt.org) and answer the following questions:


    -What is your availability?  Please provide all the days [weekdays] and blocks of time that you are available (e.g., M: 9:00 - 3:00 T: 11:00 - 2:00 etc.). Please include your fall 2014 schedule as well, if you know it.


    -What year are you in school and what semester/year do you anticipate graduating?
    -What are your plans after graduation (e.g., work, graduate school)?
    -What is your cumulative GPA, your current GPA, and your psychology GPA (if relevant)?  Please be specific, as these will be confirmed.


    -Please list any past research experience


    -Please list any computer programs you are proficient with (e.g. Excel, SPSS, SAS, E-prime etc.)


    -Attach CV/resume to your email (optional).


  • Undergraduate Research Positions NBT

    Novel Bio-spectrum Technologies, Inc. (NBT) is a start-up biotechnology company located in the Tampa Bay Technology Incubator (TBTI) and is a part of USF (University of South Florida) Research Park (subdivision of USF-CONNECT). NBT's business model includes five components where the main component is to develop diagnostic lab tests related to cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer's disease.


    NBT is seeking undergraduate students to fill summer internship positions in projects related to: Western blots of cell and tissue lysates, the transfection of cell lines with vectors effecting luminescence or fluorescence, cloning of different promoters in vectors expressing genes for luminescence or fluorescence, and the effect of plant compounds on inhibition of cancer cell proliferation.


    In addition to these science based internships there are positions available with projects related to implementing a social media campaign for a non-profit organization and the design and development of a website for a non-profit organization.


    Contact kking5@mail.usf.edu for additional information and questions.


     


    Link: Novel BioSpectrum Technologies inc homepage

  • CBC at USF

    A new club has been started on campus: the Camp Boggy Creek Chapter at USF! In affiliation w/ the non-profit pediatric camp, this club focuses on volunteering & fund-raising for children with chronic & life threatening illness by participating in weekend retreats to Camp Boggy Creek! This summer we will be doing pediatric-oriented volunteering with both CBC and Shriners Hospital, for information about how to get involved email President Tabitha M. at tmichaud@mail.usf.edu ! 


    Link: http://www.facebook.com/groups/CBCatUSF/


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