The Conflict Conscious Communicator: Strategies for Success in the Workplace and Beyond
Caitlan Hendrickson Ombuds Program Director, Office of Academic Affairs University of Arizona
Personal Statement Boot Camp will begin on January 21 (THIS SUNDAY, Part 1 3-5 PM in Mod Lang 410)
with the second part offered on Feb. 11 in Bear Down Gym.
Registration for Part 1 is open and we encourage all pre-health students considering applying this summer to attend and learn about this challenging task.
If students encounter difficulty with registration, they should email email@example.com directly, please!
January 18th at 7-9 p.m in Women's Resources Center 4th Floor of the Student Union.
Join us to eat food, play board games and watch Wonder Woman!
The University of Arizona Pre-Health Professions Advising Center is looking for 50 student volunteers to assist with the 2018 Health Professions Expo scheduled for Tuesday, February 13, 2018
We are asking a minimum of a 2-hour commitment. Note: Dean Excuses will be provided for students who qualify.
• Establish networking contacts with Health Professions Admissions Representatives
• Use your leadership and communication skills
• Enhance your résumé
• Share information about your club/organization
• Receive an event scrub
If you are interested, you MUST attend a Mandatory Orientation (Choose 1)
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 7 pm – 8 pm, Chavez 400
Thursday, January 18, 2018 from 6 pm – 7 pm, Chavez 301
If you have questions, contact 2017-2018 Pre-Health Ambassadors
UA’s Undergraduate Biology Research Program (UBRP) provides opportunities for UA students to participate in a paid, mentored, summer research program involving inquiry, design, investigation, research, scholarship, discovery, and the presentation of experimental results. UBRP students work full time (35 hours/week) for a minimum of 12 weeks during the summer, participate in professional development meetings on Wednesday afternoons, and can network with other UBRP students through educational and social field trips and activities. To learn more and to apply, please visit http://ubrp.arizona.edu. Applications are due on February 1, 2018 at 5:00pm.
Want to see what UBRP students really do? Come to the 29th Annual UBRP Conference on Saturday, January 20, 2018!
The 29th Annual UBRP Conference will take place on Saturday, January 20, 2018 from 12:00pm – 5:00pm at the Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building (1064 E. Lowell Street) on the UA campus! Free parking is available in the Sixth Street Garage, and this event is free and open to the public.
The Conference agenda is as follows:
- 12:00 – 1:00pm: Opening Reception. Chat with UBRP students about their research, life in college, and what UBRP is like. There will also be hands-on science activities for visitors of all ages to enjoy!
- 1:00 – 2:00pm: Keynote Talk. This year’s keynote talk, “Shedding (Green) Light on Alternative Pain Management,” will be given by Dr. Mohab Ibrahim, UBRP alumnus and faculty member of the University of Arizona College of Medicine.
- 2:00 - 4:30pm: Student Poster Sessions. Is boldness in black widow spiders a heritable trait? What does the literature tell us about factors to consider before getting a tattoo? How does urbanization, growing population, and drought conditions affect surface waters and how can wastewater effluents be treated to ensure a safe water supply? Approximately 120 students will be presenting their work on these topics and more.
- 4:30 – 5:00pm: Awards Ceremony and Closing Remarks.
When you have confidence in yourself and your goals, nothing can stand in your way. The best way to gain that confidence? Join EDGE, a free internship readiness program that empowers you to articulate your goals and then go after them by creating a plan of action. The sooner you create one, the sooner you can pursue your purpose.
What kind of EDGE will I get?
- A career plan: it’s never too early to start on a path to where you want to go.
- A quality resume: it’ll look good and tell the right story.
- Search skills: you’ll know where to look to find what you want.
- A new confidence: you’ll be ready to ace any and every interview.
- A great first impression: you’ll meet and greet like a boss.
What will I need to do to get an EDGE?
- From January 30 – March 14, attend each week and complete activities as assigned.
- Participate in workshops to learn critical skills and you’ll be indispensable in the workplace.
- Master the tools essential to internship-seekers, such as resume, cover letter, and interviewing skills.
- Network with top UA recruiters and Edge Sponsors.
- Gain advice and support from leadership and career development professionals.
Where and When can I get my EDGE?
All sessions are held in Student Engagement & Career Development, Suite 411 located on the 4th floor of the Student Union Memorial Center.
Register for FREE today! Tuesdays from 12:30pm-1:30pm Register on Handshake!
Tuesdays from 5pm-6pm (STEM Focus Note: you don’t have to be going into a STEM field to attend this session) Register on Handshake!
Wednesdays from 12pm-1pm Register on Handshake!
For more information, contact Chris Rosales at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Elder Rehab program at the Tucson Jewish Community Center
We have openings for 12 interns or volunteers for the spring 2018 semester.
Elder Rehab is a program that provides physical exercise and memory- and language-stimulation activities to memory-challenged senior adults. Each senior participant is matched with a UA intern or volunteer who supervises their assigned partner in 20 2-hour one-to-one sessions per semester. Hours are arranged between the student and caregiver of the assigned partner. Interns can easily fulfill the 45 hours required for one credit. Typically, with training and two social events per semester, students will accrue up to 50 hours. One open book quiz on an assigned reading, plus an end-of-semester report culled from weekly reports of partner progress are also required. Current CPR certification is required by the start of the program which will begin the week of January 22. Applicants are selected on a first come, first served basis, with preference given to graduating seniors and students who commit to two semesters.
LOOKING FOR A FUN SUMMER JOB?
Teach new Wildcats how to Bear Down and apply to become an Orientation and Welcome Leader!
Must be Work-Study Eligible to apply. Application HERE.
Project SOAR would love for you to join our class this Spring 2018. This 2-unit course meets one day per week on campus and then you mentor at a local middle school one time per week! Enroll with your friends and mentor at the same school!!
Enroll in HED 397B and share your college experiences with middle school students in Tucson! This 2-unit course qualifies for the 100% Engagement Designation on your transcript.
Dianoia is looking for thoughtful and original papers on any topic pertaining to philosophy. The mission of our journal is to foster open, interdisciplinary philosophical discussion and writing among undergraduate students at institutions across the country. Important Guidelines: While we have no maximum or minimum page length, we do request that all submissions comply with Chicago Style citations (footnotes and a complete Bibliography), and that submissions are accessible to an undergraduate audience. Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word format. Double submissions are allowed, but we do not accept works that have been published elsewhere. Please email submissions to: email@example.com. (Please include your name, paper title, and university in the submission e-mail, but exclude any identifying information from the document.) We encourage you to browse our website for past editions of Dianoia as well as for other important information pertaining to our journal. Website: https://www.bc.edu/bc-web/schools/mcas/departments/philosophy/undergraduate/dianoia.html
Presidio San Agustin is the recreation of the fort that was the beginning of the City of Tucson. Interns will support the recreation of the living history museum for 4th grade students known as “Friday at the Fort”. Interns will receive training and participate in several Friday experiences throughout the semester. Each Friday at the Fort begins at 8:00am for set up and interns will remain until 2:00pm for cleanup. During the Friday at the Fort Experience, interns will be paired with a docent to work with students to teach skills such as spinning wool, marching, grinding corn, making beads, calligraphy, chores (washing clothes on a rock, planting seeds…), playing games etc. In addition to the skills that to be gained working with the students, interns will also have opportunities’ in:
·Planning ·Organization ·Time management ·Recruitment ·Communication ·Materials management ·Recruiting and keeping volunteers ·Group organization and management · Learning theory ·Management of paperwork · Instructional preparation
If interns are interested, there are additional opportunities within the museum as tour guides, display curators and preservationists, and program presenters once they have successfully completed this initial internship. In addition to the training and experience, interns will receive lunch from Subway, and streetcar fare, or parking validation for one of the public works garages. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A very exciting time of the year has come!! Pride Alliance is looking for interns for this upcoming Spring semester! If you want to learn more about the internship and what the expectations are for interns, please read the application here. Feel free to contact the Pride Alliance co-directors or our internship coordinator Deanna Lewis (our contact can be found at this link) with any questions you may have!
In a time of great environmental, social, and political change, it is seemingly more important than ever before to foster meaningful dialogue around what community resiliency is and looks like, including the need for climate justice. Helping to build strong community by learning what the far-reaching effects on various populations are and will be, is critical to the path of a more sustainably and just world.
Launched in May 2016, the program brings together a multitude of environmental and climate justice leaders around Tucson and Costa Rica. Farmers, biologists, indigenous peoples, students, community advocates (young and wise), and others, will share their stories and help bring together the character skills required for cross-sector movement building as our climate quickly shifts. Consequently, the curriculum is crafted around community-based work, engaging with literature regarding the movement of climate justice, and hearing the stories from leaders who are actively bringing environmental justice to light.
Given that the issues the program focuses on are highly interdisciplinary, we are encouraging students from a wide variety of majors and backgrounds to apply, not only those who are in environmental disciplines. The program offers six units of undergraduate and graduate credit and is supported by multiple community partners in Arizona and Costa Rica, including the UA Hispanic Center of Excellence, Office of Study Abroad, and School of Natural Resources and the Environment. See the webpage https://global.arizona.edu/study-abroad/program/energy-water-and-health and attached flier for more information, or contact Madeline Kiser: email@example.com Scholarships are available!
- Family and Youth Case Management Support
- Health and Medical Advocacy
- Cultural Orientation
- Nutrition and Food Security
- New Roots Agricultural
- Reception and Administrative Services
- Immigration Services
- Refugee Employment and Economic Empowerment
- Behavioral Health and Survivors of Torture Case Management
- Communications and Resource Development
Students can apply on our website.
The International Rescue Committee provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to thrive in America. The IRC works with government bodies, civil society actors, and local volunteers and interns to help them translate their past experiences into assets that are valuable to their new communities.
Why intern at the IRC? Internships at the International Rescue Committee in Tucson provide college students and recent graduates with opportunities to gain professional experiences and exposure to different fields. Interns learn to work in a multi-cultural environment, build professional networks within the community and cultivate adaptability and creativity in a dynamic world.
Check out what our current interns had to say about working here:
- “I chose to work with the IRC because I really believe in the work that they do. I started as a family mentor in 2014, which I loved. In the past year or so, however, it’s become even more important to me to be active in the causes I care about and to consciously participate in making the Tucson community a more welcoming and socially just place. I really love it here and am constantly touched by the beauty and depth of culture that our refugee communities have worked so hard to carry with them and grow anew in Tucson.” – Rachel DeLozier, Intensive Case Management Intern
- “About one month ago, I was taking one of our clients to a primary care follow-up appointment, a middle-aged blind woman from the Democratic Republic of the Congo who spoke very little English. She had been in the US for a little while and came with her brother, but being a blind refugee in a new country trying to adapt to a new society, language, and navigate getting care...I can't even imagine the difficulties. We had her PCP appointment [and] made sure she knew her care plan. Then, when walking out of the physician office as I'm holding her hand to guide her, she squeezed my hand three times and said, "God bless you. God bless you." At that moment, I realized why I do this. Her and most of our clients are so grateful for our assistance ensuring their health...I'm just happy to have the opportunity to assist and meet such great people.” – Jason Hyman, Health and Medical Advocacy Intern
- “I chose to intern here because I wanted to get involved with a non-profit. Then when I heard about the travel ban, I was so mad and upset, and wanted to do something. Everyone was at the airport and protesting, but I wasn’t in Phoenix so I couldn’t go. I was trying to think of something else I could do and then I started looking at organizations, and this [the IRC] was one that stood out to me.” – Rayna Cazares, Health and Medical Advocacy Intern
We posted a list of "green" courses offered in Spring 2018. This list compiles nearly 500 environment-related courses from all subjects offered on campus. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: greenguides.arizona.edu
TEEN ASTRONOMY CAFÉS
Do your students enjoy exploring new topics about space?
The Teen Astronomy Café program is an out-of-school program that offers high school students opportunities to interact with scientists who work at the forefront of astronomy.
Description: Students explore the birth and death of stars, killer asteroids, the structure of the universe, gravitational waves, dark energy, dark matter, colliding galaxies and more. A hands-on activity related to the short presentation will follow as part of the Teen Astronomy Cafés experience — either a state-of-the-art computer lab activity, a movie, a deeper discussion, or an exploration of the topic with a 3-D printer or an Oculus Rift™. The students will use the actual computer programs and data that the scientists use!
The Teen Astronomy Cafés are open to all high school students at no cost. They are hosted by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory.
Dates and Topics: The first Saturday mornings of the month from October through May (except for January):
Oct. 7, 2017 Looking through Gravitational Lenses
Nov. 4, 2017 Life and Death of Stars
Dec. 2, 2017 Our Vast Universe
Feb. 3, 2018 Killer Asteroids
Mar. 3, 2018 Island Universes
Apr. 7, 2018 Galactic Archaeology: From Little to Big
May 5, 2018 Our Galactic Neighborhood
Times: 9:30am until noon
Location: In room 27 of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory at 950 N. Cherry Ave in Tucson on the University of Arizona campus.
Please register for any astronomy café of interest: http://www.teenastronomycafe.org (under “Join Us!”)
More information about the talks and downloadable posters at: http://www.teenastronomycafe.org.
Posters for TUSD, Sunnyside, Sahuarita, Flowing Wells and Amphi have been approved by those districts and are downloadable from the website.
We look forward to seeing you at the
TEEN ASTRONOMY CAFÉS!
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