Applications will be accepted starting March 16, 2017 through April 25, 2017 5pm EST.
Reference letters will be due May 9, 2017
Please see the message below from Ecosystem Field Studies regarding their Summer 2017 field courses.
AMAZING SUMMER, 3-CREDIT, FIELD SCIENCE COURSES with Ecosystem Field Studies
- Gain valuable career skills in hands-on scientific field research
- Earn 3 undergraduate academic transfer credits over summer-break
- Join a diverse & exciting group of college students for an experiential learning experience of a lifetime!
He was very sad not to be able to share his work with us and promised to come another time.
Thank you everyone who helped during the planning process and it’s such a shame that the weather interfered on this day of celebrating Darwin!
The Department of Biology has four merit-based scholarships that it awards each year to continuing students majoring in Biology. For more information and to apply, visit https://vcu.academicworks.com/ and search enter “Biology” as your search term. The deadline to apply for these scholarships is February 28th! The applications require that you submit a resume, a copy of your transcripts, and an essay. You MUST also have a faculty member write a letter of recommendation on your behalf. You should contact your potential recommender as soon as possible to give them adequate time to prepare your recommendation before the February 28th deadline.
If you have any questions about the scholarships or the application requirements, please contact Dr. Joseph Battistelli (email@example.com) in the Department of Biology. If you have any questions about how to use the Academic Works system or difficulties with the application process, please contact Caitlin Hanbury (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Dean’s office of the College of Humanities and Sciences.
Whitney Civitts, the Assistant Camp Director at Camp Easter Seals UCP, will be at the Nonprofit and Social Services Career and Internship Fair on Wednesday February 15th from 12pm- 3pm at the Student Commons in the Commonwealth Ballroom . Camp Easter Seals UCP is an overnight camp that serves both children and adults with disabilities. They offer a unique, supported camp experience for both campers and staff. Many of their staff have called their time at Camp Easter Seals UCP a “LIFE CHANGING” experience.
They are currently hiring staff to join them for summer 2017. Feel free to contact Whitney Civitts at the contact information below for more information.
Please see the brochure here
Assistant Camp Director
Camp Easter Seals UCP
Easter Seals UCP North Carolina & Virginia, Inc.
201 E. Main Street
Salem, VA 24153
Phone: (540) 777-7325 ext. 8114
Fax: (540) 777-2194
Nonprofit & Social Services Career & Internship Fair
Wednesday, Feb. 15
University Student Commons, 2nd floor
Join us for our annual Nonprofit and Social Services Career Fair. Representatives from more than 70 nonprofit and social service organizations will fill the Commonwealth Ballroom for three hours of education and networking. Organizations attending this fair are actively seeking students and alumni to fill roles in diverse job functions including, fundraising, community organization, marketing and operations. Many of the organizations are offering internships as well as full- and part-time jobs.
This event will be held on the second floor of the University Student Commons in the Commonwealth Ballroom and Richmond Salons.
For more information and a complete list of attending organizations is available on our Facebook page.
No pre-registration is required. All students and alumni may attend. We strongly encourage you to dress professionally and bring several copies of your resume. For more information, contact us at email@example.com or at 804-828-1645.
- American Red Cross
- Big Brothers, Big Sisters
- Camp Easter Seals
- Church Hill Activities & Tutoring
- National Kidney Foundation
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society
- The Daily Planet
- Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
- World Pediatric Project
Have you ever felt like an imposter? Like someone is going to find out you really don’t belong in science? You are not alone. Dr. Michael Southam-Gerow, VCU Psychology professor, is an expert on imposter syndrome. This is a well researched phenomenon where high-achieving individuals (like you!) suffer from an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as “fraud”. Dr. Southam-Gerow is highly entertaining and will give you all some great tips on how to internalize how awesome you are!