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Columbia University Bioethics Virtual Info Session

Wednesday, November 29
5-6 p.m. CST

Learn about Columbia University's Programs in Bioethics, including its Master of Science degree, Certification of Professional Achievement, and noncredit courses, during this online information session led by Academic Director Robert Klitzman. RSVP Here

ScribeAmerica Info Session

Thursday, November 30, 2017
10 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Stop in anytime!)
518/520 Bruininks Hall

Are you interested in becoming a medical scribe? ScribeAmerica is looking for motivated, loyal applicants who have a passion for learning about the medical field. Attend the ScribeAmerica Open House on Thursday to speak to a representative or apply for a position online at

Asian American and Pacific Islander Teacher Panel

When: Wednesday, November 29, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Where: Walter Library, RM 402 (East Bank)

DirecTrack to Teaching Program & APARC’s Teaching Pathway Program will host an Asian American and Pacific Islander Teacher Panel on Wednesday, November 29 at Walter Library. 

NRSM Graduate Program Information Session

The Natural Resources Science and Management (NRSM) graduate program is introducing undergraduate students to graduate opportunities available to them here at UMN, as well as connecting them with NRSM students, faculty, and staff.

Women Innovators Conference

Tuesday, November 14
12:30-6 p.m.
McNamara Alumni Center, University of Minnesota

The Women Innovators Conference is a professional development summit designed to help female innovators connect the dots between their ideas and achieving a positive, significant impact. This event will inspire, inform, and connect STEM-trained women students, faculty and business professionals to strengthen and extend the diverse talent pool of women innovators in the Twin Cities.

CBSSB Office Hours

The College of Biological Sciences Student Board will be hosting their first session of office hours this Tuesday, October 31 from 4:00-5:30 p.m. in CBS Biocommons (room 2-585, Moos Tower). Get to know two of your CBS Student Board representatives and discuss your experiences as a CBS student! This will help the student board best represent the CBS student body at their weekly meetings and to the larger University community.