SLP Newsletter Summer 2014 – Week 1
1) Congratulations UO Graduates – graduating SLP Undergraduate Scholars roll call
2) UO Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Award – internal deadline 6/19
3) Biology and Chemistry tutors needed – classes start 6/23
4) Free public talk on Human Genetics – Eugene Public Library 6/29 at 2pm
While the weather may have been damp, their spirits were not. The Science Literacy Program would like to congratulate the 13 graduating former Undergraduate SLP Scholars. Between them, they have earned 18 majors and 10 minors.
- Chad Adamson-Nix
- Ryan Boileau
- William Campodonico-Burnett
- Matthew Coury
- Adrian Fraser
- Brooklyn Gose
- Robert Lyle McPherson
- Michael Montgomery
- Daniel Mulkey
- Calvin Summers
- Matthew Tanner
- Sophia Tarzaban
- Rebecka Tumblin
All UO student applications, reference forms and other forms must be submitted via the US/ED’s G5 application system by 12 noon PST on Thursday, June 19th to insure timely campus review and onward transmittal of our official institutional submission to US/ED in Washington, DC by 6/24/14.
Full information on the award and the application process is included via the link provided below. Interested graduate students should review materials at the site very closely in order to determine eligibility and, if eligible, plan effectively for a strong and timely submission. Stephen Wooten is willing and able to help students with general support/advising for the award, but academic advisors/supervisors are going to be the best and most effective resources.
The Teaching and Learning Center is recruiting Biology and Chemistry Tutors for Summer 2014. Please consider applying to become a paid tutor. Application information available on the TLC website
Join Dr. Bruce Bowerman for a user-friendly introduction to the structure, nature, and workings of the human genome. Learn how research on non-human organisms helps scientists gain insights that apply to humans as well.
Dr. Bowerman is head of the Department of Biology at the University of Oregon, where he previously served as Director of the Institute of Molecular Biology. First at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, and now at UO, he researches early embryonic development with a focus on cell polarity and cell division, funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Feel free to forward the attached flyer.
Date: Sunday, June 29, 2014
Time: 2:00 – 3:30pm
Location: Eugene Public Library
100 W 10th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401