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Undergraduate students

Here you will find a collection of news, information and updates for College of Biological Sciences undergraduate students.

St. Louis County Invasive Species Internship

The Sea Grant Program is currently accepting applications for its summer 2018 St. Louis County Invasive Species Internship based in Duluth, MN. 

To apply for the The St. Louis County Invasive Species internship, follow these steps:

Recruiting Pre-Health Students to Create a Leadership Workshop

On September 22, 2018, the Leadership Minor, Minnesota Student Association, and Student Unions & Activities will be hosting a Leadership Summit in Coffman Memorial Union. As a part of this conference, we are planning a specialized pre-health leadership workshop for students interested in practicing ethical leadership, especially when working with vulnerable populations both in the U.S. and abroad. We invite your input on what this could and should look like.

Exploring Careers in Ecology, Environmental Science, and Conservation: Panel and Networking

Are you interested in a career in ecology, environmental science, or conservation but unsure what’s available? Attend this panel to ask questions of professionals who are actively employed in these fields. Panelists from the the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, the Westwood Hills Nature Center, and the Wildlife Science Center will discuss their background, how they obtained their current position, and their experiences working in their particular career. Registration is required, and dinner will be provided.

On Campus Interviews with Emergency Care Consultants

Emergency Care Consultants (ECC) is performing on campus interviews at MCB 3-104 on Thursday, March 8 for their full-time and part-time paid scribe positions with varying interview time slots from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM.

Introducing: The Research Communication Series!

Join CBS Undergraduate Research Coordinator Dr. Jacob Moore to discuss best practices for communicating the results of your scientific research to other scientists, summarizing your research into short “elevator pitches”, and writing about the skills you’ve gained on applications for professional schools. This program is great for students preparing for lab meetings, symposiums, networking events, or professional school applications. Register for individual workshops, or for the entire series!

Health Professions Gap Year Panel and Networking

Are you interested in taking some time off prior to applying or starting health professional school, or are you uncertain on whether you are competitive enough to get into health professional school immediately after graduation? Attend this gap year panel to ask questions to recent alumni who have completed or are currently in a gap year before health professional school.

Exploring Careers in the Health Professions Panel and Networking

Interested in a health profession but not sure which profession? Attend this panel provided by Emergency Care Consultants to network and ask questions to health professionals including medical doctors, physician assistants, medical scribes, and other health providers. These health professionals will answer any questions you may have about what it’s really like to work in the health professions. Come and learn about the challenges and triumphs of their chosen career paths and hear advice they have to offer. Dinner will be provided. Registration is required.