Here you will find a collection of updates regarding information sessions available to CBS students.
Date: Thursday, April 2
Undergraduate Surgery Interest Group (USIG) is working in collaboration with Emergency Physicians Professional Association (EPPA) Scribes to present several complex ethical situations involving surgical care and attendees will have the opportunity to develop responses and consider the actions they would take when faced with these types of dilemmas. In addition to the small group discussions, USIG members will have the opportunity to network with members of the EPPA team along with university physicians.
Looking for an internship? A full-time job? Attend the third annual CBS Bio-Science Networking Event to meet potential employers who are looking to hire CBS students and recent alumni.
Attend the 30-minute Networking Practice Session to get some pointers before you dive in! Sectors include microbiology, biotechnology, food science, agriculture, animal science, environmental science and more.
Interested in sustainable development? Check out our May term study abroad program: Design for Sustainable Development in Bangalore, India. In this 3-week, life-transforming Acara course, you will learn the skills and mindsets needed to address complex grand challenges while exploring Bangalore, one of the world’s true mega-cities.
Think Like a Researcher will equip you with the tips and tools needed to get started with faculty-sponsored undergraduate research opportunities. Learn about the wide variety of ways to get started with research including volunteer, taking a course, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) and more.
Spring 2020 Dates
Students should register for ONE of the following sessions:
Meet international alumni from the U who graduated with STEM majors. We welcome all undergraduate international students to join us for networking with a panel of international STEM alumni, and a Q&A discussion.
Wednesday, November 20, 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Tate Room 120
Transfer students will work with PHSRC counselors to:
Where: 2-565 Moos Tower
It is no secret that medical school comes with a high price tag. Come join the Minnesota Medical Leaders (MML) student group for an open discussion on how the cost of applying and attending medical school is a barrier to increasing diversity in the field. Following the discussion, there will be time to ask questions about our student group and learn a little about what we do. We will also be providing pizza!
Event: MML Open House: Discussing the Cost of Medical School
When: Monday, October 28 from 6 - 7 p.m.