November 11, 2009
Credit hours: 1.0 credit
Grade type: Pass/Fail
Meeting Times: Every other Wednesday, 12:00-12:50p.m. (approximately 8 class meetings for the semester).
Location: 137 c/p (First class meeting 1/13/10)
Instructor: Dr. Robert Tannenbaum
Coursework: A journal entry for each Seminar with a final assignment related to the course. Details will be outlined in the syllabus.
*Students may repeat this course up to three times for a total of four credits.
If you have any questions, please contact the AMSTEMM office at 257-2613, or email AMSTEMM@uky.edu.
To register contact Sue Scheff (Coordinator/Advisor of AMSTEMM), 257-2613, in the AMSTEMM Office, 113 Bowman Hall.
November 5, 2009
Monday, November 9, 2009 - Professional Development Workshops
*What Employers Want on Resumes and Cover Letters - 10:00 am-11:00 am, Upper Lobby of Ag North
*Future Careers in Agriculture - 11:00am-12:00pm, Upper Lobby of Ag North
*Finding the Right Internship - 12:00pm-1:00pm, Upper Lobby of Ag North
*Ace the Interview - 1:00pm-2:00pm, Upper Lobby of Ag North
*Making a Difference: Exploring Careers in Non-Profits - 4:00pm-5:00pm, Career Center, Room 101/103
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
*Communications Internship and Career Fair - 1:00pm-4:00pm, Grehan Building
*Internship Information Session - 11:00am-12:00pm, Career Center, Room 203
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
*Kaplan Graduate School Admissions Seminar - 1:00pm-2:00pm, Upper Lobby of Ag North
*What if Grad School or the Full-time Job is Not For Me Right Now?” - 4:30pm-5:30pm, Career Center, Room 101/103
Thursday, November 12, 2009
*Job Search Strategies - 3:00pm-4:00pm, James W. Stuckert Career Center, Room 101/103
October 29, 2009
Suri, a native of India, is the author of the novels "The Death of Vishnu" and "The Age of Shiva." He is also a mathematics professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. He performs research in numerical analysis, while spending increasing amounts of time working to bring mathematics to the general public.
The Blazer Lecture is free and open to the public. For more information contact Amy Hisel in the College of Arts and Sciences at (859) 257-8354 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
October 13, 2009
September 30, 2009
Full-time, internship, & co-op positions
September 29, 2009
"Steps to a Successful Research Placement"
Meet science and engineering students currently doing research on campus and in the medical science labs. Students will share their personal experiences on how they found their research mentor and what is expected of them in the lab. Thursday, October 1st, 3:00-4:00PM, 183 Chem/Phys Bldg.
September 18, 2009
Disney's Animal Programs is responsible for the care and welfare of the animals across Walt Disney World® Resort property, including those living at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge, Tri-Circle D Ranch and The Seas with Nemo & Friends® Pavilion at Epcot®. Additionally, Disney's Animal Programs includes Plant Science and Entomology at The Land Pavilion at Epcot. Disney's Animal Programs also shares conservation messages with Guests and Cast Members (a.k.a. employees) and champions the wise use of resources across the Walt Disney World Resort property.
Disney's Animal Programs Professional Internships are unique in that they incorporate a wide range of disciplines including Zoology, Education, Biology, Conservation, Veterinary Science, Plant Science, Chemistry, Animal Husbandry and more. Visit the "Animal Program Roles" section to learn more about specific opportunities and hear testimonials from students currently taking part in Professional Internships through Disney's Animal Programs.
Interested students, please visit http://disneyinterns.com/. Click on "Walt Disney World® Resort," and select "Apply Now," then choose "Animal Programs/EPCOT Science." You will find more information about the plant science, entomology, biotechnology, and aquaculture positions under "Animal Program Roles."
September 14, 2009
This year, instead of a one-day showcase in the Student Center, the event will be held over a two-week period and will include an interactive, online showcase of various campus sustainability initiatives, programs, and research as well as numerous sustainability events hosted throughout the UK campus and the city of Lexington.
For a more complete listing of events and to retrieve your copy of UK's first sustainability newsletter, visit http://www.sustainability.uky.edu/node/3022.
September 9, 2009
This program is available to any undergraduate student to apply for travel funding to attend national and professional conferences at which they are presenting. Travel funds may be available to assist with transportation, lodging, meals and other costs. All awards are subject to conditions set by UK and the Office of eUreKa. Contact the eUreKa Office for more information about these opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 8, 2009
Visit http://universityofkentucky.ning.com/ and join the Big Blue Network, if you are not already a member. Search for an AMSTEMM study group by name and request to join. And don’t forget to join the AMSTEMM group that is open to all members.
August 28, 2009
Fulbright Scholarship Information Session
3 pm - Monday, August 31 - Room 211 Student Center
The deadline for campus applications is September 24, 2009. Scholarships are for 2010-2011.
The info session will cover
○ the types of Fulbright Scholarships available
○ an overview of the application process
○ Q & A
This session is open to everyone: applicants in the current application cycle, students considering the opportunity for future years, and recent alumni who would like to apply through UK this year or in upcoming application cycles.
The U.S. Student Fulbright Program offers scholarships to recent bachelor’s graduates (by start of grant), master’s and doctoral students, young professionals and artists for study and research abroad. A “Full Grant” supports a project and/or study plan that will take place during one academic year in a country outside of the U.S. Fulbright Scholars meet, work, and live with and learn from the people of the host country on a daily basis. Grants are available to more than 140 countries worldwide.
The Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships Program is designed to improve foreign students' English language abilities and knowledge of the United States. English Teaching Assistants (recipients of an “ETA Grant”) are placed outside of capital cities in over 30 countries and are fully integrated into the host community, increasing their own language skills and knowledge of the host country. ETA grantees may also pursue individual study/research plans in addition to their teaching responsibilities.
Who is eligible to apply in Fall 2009 via University of Kentucky?
Enrolled students must apply via UK.
Currently enrolled seniors who will graduate before the grant period begins (Aug. 2010)
Enrolled graduate students not holding a doctoral degree at the time of application (recipients of J.D. are eligible)
Recent UK alumni are encouraged to apply through UK, but also have the option of applying as “at-large” candidates.
Applicants must be US citizens
Can’t make the session? Want more information?
see the Fulbright website, http://us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html.
contact UK’s Fulbright Program Advisor, Dr. Lisa Broome-Price by phone (859.257.1537) or by email (email@example.com).
come to another info session – there will be other info sessions later in the academic year (geared toward future application cycles)
August 21, 2009
• Meet your mentor for 1st and 2nd year students
• Special guest speakers
• Receive important Fall 2009 information
• Opportunity to sign up for the Undergraduate Research Program (URP)
• Giveaways/Door prizes
• Free t-shirts for all new AMSTEMM Students
Following the program we will allow some time for you to mingle while enjoying refreshments.