LGBTQ Events, highlighting Dr. Angela Davis presentation (Feb. 19 – 25)

From Lowell Kane, LGBTQ Center Director:

Exhibit on Men and Masculinity (Feb. 19, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm & 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Tarkington Hall)

PSUB Film Screening: Free Angela and All Political Prisoners (Feb. 20, 11:00 pm,  CoRec Feature Gym and Feb. 23, 6:30 pm, Fowler Hall in STEW)

6th Annual Out at Work Conference (Feb. 21, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Krannert Building and Rawls Hall).  Check-in begins at 7:30 am.  Register at www.conf.purdue.edu/outatwork.

Looking Natural: The Legacy of Angela Davis and Her Iconic Image with Kate Flach (Feb. 25, 11:30am – 12:20pm in EE 117 and 2:30 pm – 3:20 pm in WTHR 104)

 Dr. Angela Davis at Purdue University (Feb. 25, 5:00 pm, Elliott Hall)

IN Assoc. of Envir. Professionals Scholarship (apps. due 3/27)

From Christy Darst, INAEP Vice President:

The Indiana Association of Environmental Professionals (INAEP) is proud to announce this solicitation for scholarship applications for the 2015/2016 academic year.  The INAEP will be awarding two $2,000 scholarships, one for undergraduate studies and one for graduate studies.  This scholarship is intended to promote and support the training of new environmental professionals in the State of Indiana.  Applicants must:

  • Be currently enrolled at an Indiana college or university as a full-time undergraduate (sophomore or higher level) or about to begin a graduate degree,
  • Pursuing a degree in an environmental-related field,
  • Possess a GPA of 2.9 or higher, and
  • Plan to reside and work in Indiana following graduation.

Scholarship application forms and submission guidelines are available on the INAEP website.  Send questions to Christy Darst, INAEP Vice President.  Applications must be submitted no later than Friday, March 27, 2015 by 5:00 pm.

CCO Peer Mock Interview Opportunities

From CCO Inside Track, 2/2/15:

With career fairs just around the corner, the CCO will soon be busy with companies interviewing Purdue students.  Prepare now by signing up for a peer mock interview.

Peer mock interviews are conducted by trained CCO Ambassadors and are a great way to practice your interviewing skills in a supportive setting.  You can also pick up helpful tips on how to land that internship, co-op, or full-time job.  Undergraduate students can sign up for a 30-minute mock interview up to 24 hours ahead of their appointment.  The appointments would take place between 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday.

Upcoming Events in International Programs (2/19 – 2/27)

From the Office of International Programs:

International Greek Exchange (2/19, 6:00 pm, UNIV 101)

Student Activities and Organizations, Fraternity, Sorority, and Cooperative student leaders will be available to introduce international students to Greek life goals, traditions, service and more!  Come out and learn about a time-honored American college tradition and make some new friends, too!  Spots are limited, so sign up now!

Global Cafe (2/20, 6:00 pm, International Center)

Perspectives is partnering with the International Center to host Global Café at the International Center! Join us from 6:00-8:00 pm on Fri, Feb 20 for a discussion and sharing with visiting students from Afghanistan. Coffee, refreshments, and light snacks will be offered!

International Mother Language Day (2/21, 7:00 pm, Fowler Hall in STEW)

The Bangladesh Student Association has put together an event for International Mother Language day.  They will celebrate Ekushe, commemorating Bangladeshi martyrs who lost their lives fighting to speak their mother language. Join the BDSA in this celebration of language diversity at Purdue through music, dance, poetry, and plays.

Lantern Festival Celebration (2/27, 5:30 pm, Kossuth Street Baptist Church)

Celebrate Chinese Lantern Festival by joining us for a meal and a night of fun at Kossuth Street Baptist Church!  There will be games, performances, and a talk relating the Chinese festival to the Bible. All cultures are welcome to attend!  A bus will be available to students, leaving from Schleman Hall at 5:30 pm and returning at 9:15 pm. If you are would like to reserve your spot on the bus, please sign up on our website!

 

Changes in Some HHS CODO Requirements

From Shane Hawkins-Wilding, Director of Student Services, HHS College:

Several HHS majors have had CODO requirements updates, which we believe will benefit students who are interested in CODOing into these HHS majors.  HHS CODO requirements are posted here: http://www.purdue.edu/hhs/codo/documents/CODO_Requirements_for_HHS_Majors.pdf.

IMPORTANT:  Students are held to the CODO requirements of the semester and year they entered Purdue (not when they are able to CODO), unless they choose to use newer, updated, requirements.

Specifically, please note there are changes to the following majors:

  • Environmental Health Sciences (in Health Sci)
  • Health Sciences Pre-professional (in Health Sci)
  • Medical Laboratory Sciences (in Health Sci)
  • Occupational Health Science (in Health Sci)
  • Radiological Health Sciences (in Health Sci)
  • Developmental & Family Science (in HDFS)
  • Brain and Behavior Sciences (Pre-PSY)
  • Psychological Sciences (Pre-PSY)
  • Public Health (in HK)
  • Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences

If you have questions, please contact your Exploratory Studies Academic Advisor.

IDIS 49000: Study Abroad Re-Entry Seminar (Fall 2015)

From Elizabeth Diaz, CLA Study Abroad & International Programs Director:

An international learning experience, such as Purdue Study Abroad, can have a substantial impact on your life, but those experiences risk being compartmentalized and undeveloped once you return to the U.S.

The aim of IDIS 49000 is to help students process and understand their study abroad experiences by comparing them to current literature and models of culture and communication, developing their own ideas about global citizenship, and learning to articulate and market their personal and professional development.

IDIS 49000 is a 1-credit hour seminar that meets for 50 minutes, once a week, for 16 weeks.  Participating students must have studied abroad in the past year.  Students from all programs and all colleges are welcome to participate in this class.

Students curious about the class can contact the co-instructors, Elizabeth Diaz (eadiaz@purdue.edu) or Margaret Stanny (mstanny@purdue.edu). Instructor permission will be required to enroll in IDIS 49000.