Since 1961, the Alumni Association has offered scholarships to students with demonstrated leadership potential. Current students are encouraged to submit applications for Alumni Association scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year. The application deadline is Friday, February 1.
Practical mind-body skills to help manage stress, focus your mind, and gain perspective. Courses begin Wednesday, January 30 at 3pm and run for 4 weeks. Registration is required and can be found here.
Thursdays at 3pm in RSS 319
Sexual Assault Support Group
1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month. Email CofC counselor Lauren Sottile at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
What: The MUSC College of Medicine Association of Women Surgeons student chapter will be hosting this year’s 13th Annual Surgical Education Conference. This is perfect for students interested in learning more about medical school, a career in medicine, and surgery specifically. Both men and women are encouraged to participate! The conference will consist of engaging talks by various surgeons in the morning and hands-on activities in the afternoon. Breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee.
To Register: The link to register can be found here. The registration fee is $20, and the deadline to register is February 15.
The Translational Science lab (MUSC, Hollings Cancer Center) aims at facilitating the translation of basic science research to the clinical setting with the ultimate intention of improving diagnosis and treatment strategies for cancer patients. A strong effort is currently being made in the lab to develop artificial intelligence workflows to analyze image contents.
Dr. Pecot is looking for 2 undergraduate research volunteers during the current spring semester to annotate images, from mouse microscopic images to human cancer biopsies. It will require a commitment of 10 hours per week. If interested, please contact Dr. Pecot at email@example.com.
What: The Academic Advising and Planning Center at the College of Charleston is seeking Peer Advisors applicants for the 2019-2020 academic year. Two positions will begin this summer and an additional two will join this fall. Selected applicants will be trained by the Academic Advising and Planning Center. The full position description can be found here.
To Apply: The application can be found here. Recommendations are required from 1 professor and 1 former employed, volunteer coordinator, or individual who has had significant interaction. Recommendations can be submitted here. All applications and recommendations are due by Friday, January 25 at 5pm.
What: The Fort Johnson Summer Undergraduate Research Program is a ten-week internship combining independent research with activities to promote career development and science communication skills. The theme of the program is “Resilience and Response of Marine Organisms to Environmental Change.” Participants will investigate diverse topics on the health of marine organisms at the individual, population, community, and species levels, using a wide variety of laboratory and field techniques. Up to 10 fellowships are awarded each year through the cooperative efforts of the 5 marine institutions at Fort Johnson and supported by funds from the National Science Foundation and the College of Charleston School of Sciences and Mathematics.
To Apply: The program’s application can be found here. All applications are due February 15, 2019.
For more information, visit the program’s website.
Each March, the UCSC Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program selects 20 early-undergraduate Scholars from around the country to participate in a two-year conservation mentorship program during the summer. The program’s goal is to serve students from groups traditionally underrepresented in conservation, across disciplines who can contribute to diversifying, redefining, and strengthening efforts to protect land, wildlife, and water.
What: During the first year, Scholars participate in an eight-week, intensive summer course integrating conservation design, leadership, and research experiences while traveling with a close group of peers and mentors. During the second summer, Scholars pursue eight-week research and practice internships with nationally-recognized conservation organizations and agencies. A professional development retreat after the second summer brings together the Scholar cohort and prepares them to apply for jobs and graduate school. Throughout the two years and beyond, the program works with home mentors at each Scholar’s campus to provide ongoing support. Scholars receive a $4,000 stipend each summer and become part of the national Doris Duke Conservation Scholars network for life.
To Apply: The program’s application can be found here. Applications are due February 8, 2019.
CofC Honors in England and Wales
June 4th-10th: Charleston
June 11th-28th: England and Wales
Dr. John Newell, founding dean of the Honors College, and Dr. Trisha Folds-Bennett, current dean of the Honors College, are leading a study abroad trip that will look at British culture from Roman Britain to the present day, examining the interaction between history, art and architecture, literature, and the creation of myth, how the zeitgeist of era influences everything around it. We will focus in particular on three elements of Britain’s past that are at the core of British identity: King Arthur, Royal Britain and Parliament, and World War II.
More details are available on the program flyer. Questions? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Course will count as a 3-credit hour HONS interdisciplinary course (old curriculum) OR a 3-credit hour HONS colloquium course (new curriculum)
- Course also counts as a 3-credit hour humanities general education requirement
- Optional: students can also complete an independent research project linked to the trip that can count as their Honors Immersed project