Posted in March 2013

Alumni Association Event

Alumni Association event for graduating students – Relocating to a new city You’ll soon be making the jump from B-town to the big city.  But where are you going to live?  In this “City, Not a Town” session, hear from four real-estate experts—representing New York City, Chicago, Washington D.C., and Indianapolis—and get the tools you … Continue reading

Upward Bound Summer Teaching Positions

*These summer positions require a bachelor’s degree, but it may be of interest for the future. IUPUI Upward Bound is a federally funded TRiO program that serves 127 first-generation, low-income high school students who have the potential to succeed in college. The program emphasizes preparation in English, math, science and foreign language as well as … Continue reading

Scholarship Opportunities

1)      Indiana University Alumni Association Scholars The Indiana University Alumni Association will award thirty-three $1,000 scholarships in 2013 to full-time undergraduate students who are the sons and daughters of IU Alumni Association members.  Two scholarships will be designated for qualifying students from each of IU’s eight campuses.  The remainder will be awarded to students on … Continue reading

Planned Parenthood Summer Local Internships

DP20131903-99620 — Clinical Operations Intern – Chicago, Summer Organization: PPIL – Planned Parenthood Illinois Planned Parenthood of Illinois  Clinical Operations Intern – Chicago, Summer What We Offer The Medical Services Administration Department provides management and support to Planned Parenthood of Illinois’ 17 health center locations throughout the state.  Title X is a Federal grant program that … Continue reading

Eric Deggans

March 21, 2013 | 4PM | Ernie Pyle Hall Auditorium, Room 220 Alumnus Eric Deggans, BA’90, is the TV and media critic at the Tampa Bay Times.  He is a frequent commentator on NPR and blogs about sports media for the School of Journalism’s National Sports Journalism Center.  He is author of “Race-Baiter: How the … Continue reading

Black Women in the Diaspora

AAAD-A210 | May 7 – 31, 2013 | 12:40 – 2:50PM | Woodburn Hall 109 | Instructor Maria E. Hamilton Abegunde COURSE FOCUS.  Our course will be guided by the following questions: How did and do Black women redefine, reclaim, resist, and rename the historical, political, cultural, and social factors that impact their lives, especially … Continue reading

1st Annual Alex M. Doty Memorial Award

The Department of Gender Studies at Indiana University Bloomington is pleased to announce the first annual Alex M. Doty Memorial Award Competition. This award will be given annually in recognition of the best essay or paper written by an undergraduate for an IUB Gender Studies course within a specific academic year—in this case, between May … Continue reading

Culture of Care

What is Culture of Care?  Mission:  Culture of Care is a campus wide, student-led and staff-supported initiative focused on creating a campus culture in which members of the Indiana University Bloomington community demonstrate “care” for one another.  Through bystander intervention, the Culture of Care initiative empowers students to support their peers.  The Culture of Care … Continue reading

Concordia Language Villages

Concordia Language Villages offer language and culture immersion programs in 15 languages for young people (ages 7-18) over the summer and they want undergraduate students who are studying foreign languages to lead these initiatives.   They will be on campus on Monday, March 18, hosting an information session at 5:30pm at the Career Development Center.  To … Continue reading