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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Wildlife Leadership Awards 2019

Each year the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, a leading conservation organization headquartered in Missoula, Montana, offers scholarship opportunities to students in wildlife related natural resource programs.  

Last year the Foundation awarded $3,000 scholarships to twelve undergraduate students. 

Our 2019 application can be found here. Applications are due March 1.

Think Like a Researcher Workshop Series

The University of Minnesota Libraries' Think like a Researcher series is designed to help undergraduate students become comfortable with the research skills and tools needed to participate in a variety of exciting research and creative opportunities. It is designed to bring students, especially first year and second year students, from across the University and different colleges together to learn.

Research Position in the Sachs Lab

The Sachs Lab, a translational research science lab in the Cancer Center studying acute myeloid leukemia using mouse models and primary human samples, is seeking an undergraduate student worker.

This position would be a good fit for students who have an interested in a physician scientist/MD/PhD track, although all are welcome to apply.

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Apply to be a Welcome Week Leader

Are you are looking for a unique opportunity to give back to the University of Minnesota and to support the transition of the Class of 2023? Consider becoming a 2019 Welcome Week Leader (WWL)! As a Welcome Week Leader, you have the opportunity to develop and apply leadership skills while helping incoming first-year student transition to college.

CBS Twin Cities Alumni Social

Join fellow alums and Dean Valery Forbes February 27 starting at 6 p.m. to reconnect. Sample beer from local microbreweries, enjoy a spread from Kramarczuk’s, and connect with fellow College of Biological Sciences alums at the home of CBS alums Cheryl Quinn and Robert Buck.

UMN Women in Science Wikithon

Mark International Women’s Day by creating and improving Wikipedia profiles of women scientists - past and present - from the University of Minnesota!

UMN Women in Science Wikithon