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: firstname.lastname@example.org
New! - Get ready for MCAT2015 with IDH3400-008
Subtitle: Biopsychosocial Components of Behavior and Health
Day/Time: M/W 11:00 - 12:15
Professor: Melvin James
Description: This course provides scientific inquiry, reasoning skills and content areas for the Psychological and Social Foundations of Behavior for the new MCAT 2015. In this course, human behavior and illness are viewed from a systemic rather than a reductionist perspective. The combination of biological, psychological and social determinants, and their contributions to behavior and health, is examined from critical analysis and evidence-based problem solving approaches.
Congratulations to Lauren Richardson! Lauren, a recent Honors College alumnus has been named USF's first Princeton in Africa Fellow.
Princeton in Africa selects approximately 45 recent university graduates to serve one year in an African country. Ms. Richardson's fellowship placement is in Gaborone, Botswana at Maru-a Pula School, one of Southern Africa's leading educational institutions. Over the course of her fellowship, she will teach history and geography and engage a diverse group of young student leaders on issues of African development, international education, and academic excellence.
The Gilman Scholarship is a study abroad scholarship for Pell Grant recipients. The workshop is an opportunity for students applying for the Gilman Scholarship this spring application cycle to ask questions and learn strategies for submitting a nationally competitive Gilman application.
Workshops will be held on July 10 at 2pm and July 15 at 9am in ALN 252.
To sign up for a workshop, please do so under the Office of National Scholarships Upcoming Events Calendar at http://ons.usf.edu
Junior Level Scholarships for Leadership and Public Service
The Truman Scholarship is a leadership/change agent scholarship for $30,000 towards graduate school in any field but particulary in public service and public policy. Truman wants those who wish to work in government, education, non-profit sector or public interest/advocacy sector to improve social conditions. They are looking for people who want to get a master's degree or doctorate or professional degree such as law, MPA in Public Administration, Public Health, Social Work, Education, Public Policy or International Affairs. You can learn more about the Truman Scholarship at: www.truman.gov
The Udall Scholarship is a leadership/change agent scholarship for the environment. Students receive $5,000 for tuition/educational expenses plus a week orientation and entry into an elite group of environmentalists at the national level. You can learn more about the Udall Scholarship at: www.udall.gov
The Camp Boggy Creek Chapter at USF,  an organization focused on volunteering and fund-raising for children with chronic & life threatening illness, is looking for a student to help with the design of a new logo! If you are interested in the position, please email President Tabitha M. at email@example.com
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! Our club focuses on pediatric-oriented volunteering with both CBC, Shriners Hospital and the Ronald Mcdonald House Charity. For information about how to get involved email President Tabitha M at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calenders, our first Fall meeting will be in MSC 2703 at 5pm on Tuesday September 2nd!
The purpose of the Human Health Project (HHP) is to get conventional and complementary health information and peer-to-peer support from the HHP community around the world in response to health experiences that are posted. Generally, information and support will be provided by members of the public who want to help people anonymously who have health conditions and questions. Our goal is to improve access, self-management, equity, and affordability of health care throughout the world. We are looking for a writer to write blog posts for the Human Health Project. A list of potential topics will be provided for ideas, but writers have the option to write on any health topic of their interest. The person doing this work does not need to have a medical background. It is much more important to have writing ability, have an interest in healthcare as a human right, and be able to become aware of the current activities of HHP. Please note that HHP will give writers full credit for whatever they write, but HHP will need the legal right to use the writers' contributions to HHP. Interested students should contact Peter Adams(Peter@humanhealthproject.org) with their resume. Please pass this opportunity along to others who may be interested.
Grant Manager for Project on Adolescent Suicide Prevention
Project: Dr. Karver, USF Psychology Department, is currently seeking Bachelor's level applicants for a grant manager for one year of a SAMHSA funded project evaluating youth suicide prevention efforts in the state of Florida. The grant manager position would start as early as July 1st, using an apprenticeship model. Project end date would be 8/1/15, with a possible extension contingent on funding (a large 5 year grant proposal is under review). The grant manager will coordinate all evaluation activities for the project. In addition, managing the budget and lab resources will be an essential part of this position. Applicant will also be expected to help out on other related lab projects and supervision of research assistants. Position requires a highly organized individual who likes to write and who is capable of managing a multitude of tasks, interacting with clinical populations, and overseeing a federally funded project. Prior research experience is required. If interested, please send your CV and a cover letter to Gaby Romero (email@example.com) and Dr. Kim Gryglewicz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you would like to be included in future editions of "Know-a-BULL News", articles may be submitted for consideration to the Dean through the submission form. Submissions should be brief and well written. Links should be JPG images or PDFs.