Two Spots Left for Study Tour of Australia with College of Education
Register by Tomorrow, Feb. 3!
Culture and Community: Influences and Impact on P-16 Australian Education
Due to great airfare pricing, the May 18-June 4 College of Education study abroad opportunity in Australia is expected to cost no more than $5,000—and that figure doesn't include the $500 scholarships that the College offers all students who learn overseas. Discover more about the trip, read the student blog that highlights the 2015 study abroad experience in Australia, and apply for the campus I4I/IIP scholarships for studying overseas. Contact Kathy Ryan at email@example.com or Susan Michaels at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
Study Abroad with ACES in Botswana this Summer
Application Deadline: Feb. 15
Communities & Wildlife Conservation Summer Research Internship
This June 4 to July 29 internship counts toward course credit for NRES 285/ANSC 398 (two hours) and NRES 293 (four hours). The experience will include both scientific and social aspects of data collection to prepare students for interactions with communities and different cultures. Students will be placed at various research sites and learn different research and monitoring methodologies, and they will complete a mini-research project using the data they collect. Learn more and contact Robert Lee Schooley at email@example.com for inquiries.
Undergraduate Creative Writing Awards Competition
Submission Deadline: Feb. 27
The English Department sponsors and administers annual literary competitions in short fiction and poetry. Past prizes have ranged from $100 to $1,000. Learn more about the contests and contact Stephen Davenport at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
LAS Global Studies Accepting Minor Applications
Application Deadline: March 1
The minor in Global Markets and Society builds a strong foundation in the liberal arts and sciences for the study of global business-society relations. Topics include corporate social responsibility, fair trade, global supply chains, and sustainable business practices. Information sessions about the minor will be held in February, March, and April. Learn more...
A Minor for Students of All Disciplines
Application Deadline: March 1
The Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Fellows Program is a campuswide undergraduate minor that prepares students for careers in the corporate sector, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and environmental advocacy groups. Open to students of all majors, this multidisciplinary program teaches a systems-level approach to ecological, societal, and economic dimensions of sustainability. Learn more and contact email@example.com for inquiries.
Take Advantage of Our Online Resources for Students
Visit the College of Education Current Students page for quick links to information about convocation, scholarships, studying abroad, student organizations, and more. Additionally, our Current Undergraduate Students page offers a plethora of information on field placement, financial aid, academic resources, and more.