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STEM Diversity Career Expo

Nicole Schneiter – February 8th, 2016

EOP, Equal Opportunity Publications, is hosting their Annual Career Expos with Fortune 500 Companies and Government agencies looking to recruit new talent. The career expos target diverse students interested in the science and engineering fields, and are taking place in the following locations:


March 9- Dallas, TX

June 3- Washington, DC

September 23- New York , NY


The Madison Lane and Rugby Road Charitable Trust Visual Arts Prize

Jasmine Jackson – February 7th, 2016

 The annual Madison Lane and Rugby Road Charitable Trust Visual Arts Prize is intended to expand students’ opportunities for creative expression and to showcase significant accomplishments in the Arts. The prize will award one outstanding undergraduate or graduate artist $2,500. Each student applicant will submit up to three images of one piece of finished creative work or a URL to a film/video less than 10 minutes in length and a brief description of their work. Eligible media include: drawing, painting, water color, film/ video, photography & sculpture.

Horticulture Research Internships at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

Jasmine Jackson – February 7th, 2016

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

Research Tasks

·     Work with Director and Manager of Horticulture to develop a summer research project.  Topic will depend on Garden need as well as the student’s specific interests.  Examples of past topics have included: Water quality monitoring, dry shade perennial research, Integrated Pest Management, food crop production, medicinal plants, compost tea and plant trials.

·     Data analysis resulting in a summary report and presentation at the conclusion of the internship.

Video Production Opportunity with the Office of The Dean

Jasmine Jackson – February 7th, 2016

The Communications group in the Office of the Dean is looking for a resourceful, reliable student to help us cover events and create compelling videos for our student, faculty/staff and alumni viewers.  The ideal candidate should have some relevant experience and be able to help us conceptualize, script, produce, shoot and edit digital video. This is an excellent opportunity to further develop your portfolio. Students attending the College are preferred. Approximately 10 hours per week. $13 per hour. 

Curatorial Internship Opportunities – Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Jasmine Jackson – February 7th, 2016

The Havner Curatorial Summer Internship at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art offers opportunities to gain first-hand exposure and experience in a curatorial department of an art museum. Havner Interns may assist with exhibition projects, interpretation and display of artwork, conduct research on objects in the collection, and work with the library and archives. Havner Interns will gain knowledge of many departments within the Museum through orientation and discussion lunches and/or meetings.

Florida State University 2016 Summer for Undergraduates Program

Winnie Tsao – February 5th, 2016

Now in its 24th year, the 2016 Summer for Undergraduate Program gives students an “inside look” at law school and the legal profession and helps them decide whether law is a wise choice for their professional careers.  The program brings to campus undergraduate students from throughout the country for a month-long immersion into legal study.

Global Health & National Security Talk

Winnie Tsao – February 4th, 2016

Save the date for the Global Health and National Security Talk with J. Stephen Morrison. Dr. Morrison will be discussing the topic " The Widening Disorder in the Middle East and North Africa: what are the Security and Health Implications of the Burgeoning Human Crisis?"

Date: Monday, February 8th

Time: 1:00pm

Location: Great Hall of Garrett Hall, UVA

Georgetown University Development Case Competition

Nicole Schneiter – February 3rd, 2016

Innovation Marketplace, Georgetown Development Initiative’s annual international development case competition will seek to generate deeper conversations about the development challenges facing our global community and to encourage the ideation of solutions addressing such challenges. This case competition will also provide unique networking experience with thought leaders, experts, and scholars in the field of international development.

When & Where: 

April 9th, 2016 at Georgetown University