Students who are pursuing majors in the College of Engineering are invited to attend this career panel event. Professional engineers who majored in engineering and are USF Honors College alumni, will be answering your questions about the profession. Come ready to ask your career questions and network with local engineers who were once in your seat!
This event is on Thurs., September 18 at 6:00 pm in JPH 1317. Please RSVP! (This is also a FreshPeople5 event so it's also a great opportunity for first-year students currently taking EGN 3000, Foundations of Engineering.)
This workshop is for every student thinking about conducting research with human subjects. This workshop will help you understand how to submit the required Institutional Review Board (IRB) forms and gain approval. You will also be awarded the required bi-annual certification for Human Subjects Protection by the IRB which will enable you to conduct your research. Students who will be doing their thesis in the next two years and will engage with "humans" in the process are highly encouraged to attend.
There are two sessions.
The first is on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 from 9:00-12:00 at the USF Marshall Center, room 2708.
The second is on Monday, September, 15, 2014 from1:00-4:00pm at the USF Marshall Center, Room 2708.
If you have any questions, please contact, Dr. Sondra Fogel at email@example.com,
2014 TGH TGMG Summer Interns Present Research
The University of South Florida has partnered with specialty physicians at Tampa General Medical Group and Tampa General Hospital to provide a unique experience for a select group of undergraduate students. On August 4th, Honors College students Tabitha Michaud '16 (her second summer), Kyle Mascarinas '16, Leah Kingsbury '15, Micah Johnstone '15, and Allison Distler '15 presented research conducted as summer interns.
Students participated in retrospective clinical research projects with a mentoring physician, shadowed physicians in the hospital setting, and participated in a series of lectures on medically important topics. Some interns will have the opportunity to continue to work with physicians on projects during the subsequent school year. Selection for Summer 2015 will begin in early February, 2015. For more information, contact Mr. Mejias: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diplomat in Residence Ed Loo will host an Information Session on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND, at 3:00 P.M. in Cooper Hall Room 125 where you will learn about careers and internship programs with the U.S. Department of State.
For more information regarding careers with the US Department of State, please visit www.careers.state.gov.
Please join us on Thursday, October 16 for a workshop put on by Ms. Cris Murray from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Ms. Murray will be speaking to students about application strategies for graduate school applications as well as providing information to students regarding graduate programs at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
The workshop will be held from 3pm to 4:30pm in ALN 252.
You can learn more information about Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute here: http://www.rpi.edu/
Myers Tutoring is a small, independent tutoring service located in Carrollwood Village. We tutor all academic levels (K-12) as well as SAT and ACT test prep. We are looking to hire hard working, positive-thinking students with a thirst for knowledge and a passion for teaching. Part-time and full-time positions are available with flexible hours.
We are hiring for the upcoming school year, so call, text or email us 813-966-9377 and MyersTutoring@gmail.com.
Scare Away Cancer 5K with South University PA Students
South University Tampa Physician Assistant program is excited to be hosting the first ever 5K run/walk with proceeds going to Moffitt Cancer Center! We are working to reach out to the community to educate individuals on the role of the Physician Assistant in healthcare as well as to promote overall health and wellness.
This event will be a COSTUME 5K so everyone is encouraged to dress up in their best Halloween costume to help us SCARE AWAY CANCER!
We will have face painting available for children to make their costumes complete! We will also be giving costume prizes for the best children's costumes of the day!
This is an excellent way to network with current PA students and the PA community in Tampa. Please go to the website for more information and to register for the event!
Phi Delta Epsilon Coed Medical Fraternity Recruitment
Phi Delta Epsilon is a co-ed professional medical fraternity whose purpose is to guide undergraduate students to a career in medicine. Our goal is to foster brotherhood, networking, professionalism, and philanthropy in order to prepare members for medical school. We are hosting informational sessions on September 15th, 17th, and 19th from 8-9pm in EDU 253 where you can learn about our organization and the recruitment process.
For more information, please contact Mike Katzen, VP of Recruitment: email@example.com
Epsilon chapter of Delta Tau Lambda Sorority, Inc. at the University of South Florida, is an organization that values academic excellence and strives to provide Latino women and other women of color with the tools they need to succeed. It is because of this passion that each year we raise money towards our Lydia Cruz and Sandra Maria Ramos Scholarship,which allows us to help an exceptional student continue on the path to reaching her goals.
The amount awarded this year will be $500. An overview of the scholarship is provided in the application, but to quickly summarize the eligibility requirements, applicants must be:
A woman of Latina or other minority descent.
Currently enrolled in high school as a senior entering college in Fall 2015 OR currently enrolled as a Freshman in college.
The deadline is October 3rd, 2014. Contact: Thania Garcia: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Make-A-Wish Foundation has come to USF with its new partner, Wishmakers on Campus! The new student organization works to raise funds, spread awareness and connect with children living with life-threatening medical conditions. Working closely with the foundation, Wishmakers on Campus will be hosting events and fundraisers as well as actively participating in Make-A-Wish events across the state of Florida! For more information about how to start granting wishes today, contact President Alec Waid at email@example.com.
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