April 21, 2017
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program (FUSP) 2018-19 is open and we will be having two workshops next week! On Tuesday, the UW-Madison's Writing Center is hosting: Writing Your Way to a Fulbright: The Application Process Tuesday, April 25 3:30-5:00pm Helen C. White Hall Register @ http://writing.wisc.edu/Workshops/Application_Fulbright_essay.html On Wednesday, Mark Lilleleht, the campus Fulbright Program Advisor, will hold a general information session: FUSP Information Session Wednesday, April 26 2:30-3:30pm 206 Ingraham Hall The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is open to undergraduates graduating in December 2017 or May 2018, currently enrolled graduate students, and alumni. Applicants to the Fulbright U.S. Student program must be U.S. citizens. Full details on the campus process (and deadlines) are available @ http://go.wisc.edu/fusp If you cannot make a session but would like to learn more, please contact Mark Lilleleht @ firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment (skype appointments for those abroad are also encouraged).
All-Campus Day of Service
April 18, 2017
Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 The second annual All-Campus Day of Service will be put on by the Morgridge Center for Public Service in conjunction with Wisconsin Alumni Student Board (WASB) and All Campus Party (ACP). For one day, students won't be able to walk anywhere on campus without discovering opportunities to learn, reflect and engage with public service - broadly defined to include direct volunteering projects, community involvement, community discourse and discussion, philanthropy and political involvement. Pre-Registration Events For certain volunteer opportunities, we ask that you register to participate in advance. Find details and registration information below. Volunteering Help reduce invasive species by volunteering at the Lakeshore Nature Preserve 2:00 - 4:00 PM Sort magazines and other literary works with the Magazine Literacy Project 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM shift 1:00 - 3:30 PM shift Be a part of spring cleaning at the Neighborhood House 10:00 am - 12:00 PM shift 12:00 - 2:00 PM shift Support Madison's homeless families with Friends of the State Street Family 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM shift 1:00 - 4:00 PM shift Donate blood at the Bi-partisan Blood Drive staffed with volunteers from the College Republicans and College Democrats Blood Drive Appointment ...
Legislative Internship – Financial Support
Spitze Legislative Internship Financial Support: Summer 2017 Application – for Legislative Internships College of Agricultural & Life Sciences and School of Human Ecology The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is pleased to announce the Robert and Hazel Spitze Legislative Internship Program. This award is associated with a student acquired internship. The opportunity will help student interns experience the unique processes of the Legislative branch of government and will help them better understand the theories of participatory economic and political policy development at the State and Federal levels. To be eligible for financial support students must: 1. Current enrollment in a degree program in the University of Wisconsin – Madison College of 2. Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) or the School of Human Ecology (SoHE). 3. At least a Junior standing at UW‐Madison and completion of one year in CALS or SoHE. 4. Cumulative GPA of at least a BC (2.5 on a 4 point scale). 5. Evidence of special interest in public policy as part of a career; generally including having completed at least one course in political science, law, public policy or related subject matter. 6. Must ...
Allen Internship Financial Support Application
Do you have a UNPAID and / or Congressional internship this summer? If so, you may qualify for financial assistance. Reminder, deadline approaching. April 24. Allen Internship Financial Support Application – for UNPAID internships Limited funds are available for students participating in UNPAID internships in the summer 2017. Students shall complete the online application form linked below. To be eligible for financial support students must: 1. Be a current CALS undergraduate, in good academic standing (not on academic probation) 2. Participate in an UNPAID internship experience. 3. To receive funds in summer 2017 students must be an enrolled student in at least 1 credit of summer courses. 4. Provide confirmation from internship supervisor, stating the terms (timeframe and nature of work) of internship. This confirmation (on organization letterhead) can be emailed to Megan O'Rourke, CALS Career Services, at email@example.com. Subject Line: Allen Internship Financial Support - Verification APPLY ONLINE Please complete online application by Monday, April 24 at 4:30pm. Applicants will be notified during final exams week or sooner. Academic Credit for Internships Options: · CALS major departments offer 399 course options. Please see your academic or faculty advisor for instructions on enrollment. · ...
Paid Summer Plant Internship
April 14, 2017
Paid Intern for Field Research and Ag Production Technology Position Purpose: Assist with overall farm research and plot work. Shadow and assist all positions on the farm. Learn about operations of a larger scale grain and vegetable farm. Position Description: Wallendal Farms is a 3rd generation, family-owned farm. During the summer months, the intern will work with and learn from the farm managers at Wallendal Farms. They will also work alongside an independent, WI-based R&D dry bean breeder on bean breeding plots on-farm over the summer months. They will work closely with Wallendal Farms Research Manager on all other farm plots that involve cover crops and specialty vegetables. Opportunities for shadowing and assisting with tasks with all our various farm departments include but are not limited to: technology, business administration, agronomy, operations, and financial. There is possible fall and spring semester work in the UW greenhouses to continue the bean breeding program. We are dedicated to education and hope to find a student who loves learning and the outdoors. Wallendal Farms is located northeast of Wisconsin Dells. The summer position will be ...
Health Care Workshop
April 12, 2017
Attention all health care students, faculty, and pre-health students! We would like to invite you to attend Military and Veteran Culture for Healthcare Practitioners and Students, a workshop being hosted by Diverse-OT and Veterans, Educators, and Traditional Students (VETS), two student organizations here on campus. With an increasing demand for and focus on providing culturally competent care, this event is a wonderful opportunity for students to learn about military culture and health disparities amongst veteran populations. Students will attend an opening keynote presentation, followed by breakout panel sessions led by local veterans that will cover a wide range of military-related topics. All UW students are welcome to attend this free event, which will be hosted on April 22nd from 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM at 1345 Health Sciences Learning Center (HSLC). Breakfast will be provided! Please register at www.diverseotweb.com to save your spot! Please see the attached flyer for additional information. Any questions/concerns can be directed to Brittany Lowen (firstname.lastname@example.org). Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/242823642850664/