Venture for America is a program for young, talented grads to spend 2 years in the trenches of a start-up with the goal that they will help create 100,000 new US jobs by 2025. Venture for America recruits the best and brightest recent college graduates, providing them with training and mentorship, [...]Continue Reading →
UT Southwestern Summer Research Info Session
Who: Dr. Lisa Gardner, Assistant Dean, UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences When: Monday, October 21 What: Drop-in information session (2:00-3:00PM in the UHP offices); General information session (4-5:30 P.M. Honors Village Commons Multipurpose Room); Free pizza from 5:30-6:30!
Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences:
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Interested in Studying Abroad with the University Scholars Program?
See details below about upcoming Florence and Oxford information sessions!
USP Florence Summer Abroad Program
2014 Program Dates: May 29-June 28
Nestled in the fabled landscape of Tuscany, where art, architecture, food and history blend [...]
First-year UHP students:
Each year, NC State University faculty, staff and upperclass students work hard to ensure that every new student feels welcomed into the Wolfpack family. We are asking you to participate in a survey that will provide us with valuable information for working with incoming students and planning future events. [...]Continue Reading →
The Office of New Student Orientation is currently recruiting students and accepting applications for the Summer 2014 Orientation Leader (OL) positions. Students who are selected will represent NC State during the summer orientation programs by assisting incoming students and their families in learning about the academic and social opportunities at NC State.
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IEI is excited to partner with the State Employees Credit Union to announce four $50,000 prizes in education, health, the natural and built environments, and economy as they relate to improving the teacher experience and North Carolina’s education systems.
Students may select one of four topics to respond to, representing education, health, the natural [...]Continue Reading →