The Every Learner Everywhere network is launching a Fellowship for undergraduate students with digital learning/courseware experience. Students selected for the Fellowship will receive a $3,000 stipend for approximately 120 hours of work between February 15 and July 15. Fellows will have the opportunity to meaningfully engage in one of four hands-on projects with Every Learner network partners: Research and data analysis with Digital Promise, group facilitation and workshop development with Achieving the Dream, education technology development with Intentional Futures, or student engagement and program design with SXSW EDU. Please share this opportunity with any of your students who have a passion for equity in higher education. Additional information and the form to apply can be found here, and applications are due February 5, 2021. Please reach out to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We are particularly interested in receiving applications from racially minoritized, poverty-impacted, and first-generation students, and would love your help sharing this application with as many of these students as you can. Thank you in advance, and please reach out to Tynan and Tia (emails above) if you have any questions.
OSU faculty and graduate student researchers are invited to join the OSU Advantage office on Wednesday, Jan. 27 for a 1-hour virtual event (offered once in the morning and once in the afternoon) that will describe funding and training opportunities that support innovation and entrepreneurship at the federal, state and OSU levels. At this event, you will also learn how to apply for a special $5,000 Innovation Award available from the Office for Commercialization and Corporate Development (OCCD). Register here for a Zoom link: https://lnkd.in/gXJnKgM
OMSI and the College of Science are excited to continue offering opportunities for members of the OSU community to build and hone their science communication skills. This spring, a workshop series will provide opportunities for faculty, staff, and undergraduate students engaged in research to build and hone their science communication skills. Build your skills and confidence talking about your science research with the public, friends and family through this special training offered by OMSI Science Educators.
These workshops are offered in two groups: The first three sessions—Introduction to Science Communication Series—focus on the building blocks of science communication and the second three workshops—Special Offering: Science Communication Topics—dig into specific topics.
We are working with OMSI to develop a Science Ambassador Certificate for those who complete the series.
Click the links below to register. Registration closes two days before the workshop.
Introduction to Science Communication Series: In the series of three Introduction to Science Communication workshops, participants will engage in learning situations while using reflection tools to help build their understanding of informal learning. Participants will be able to build upon the framework to approach communicating science with the public in various informal settings. Tuition: $65 for the series.
1. Understand Informal Education (Feb 18): We all have many opportunities for learning outside of the classroom (and workshops.) This workshop takes an introductory look at how modes of communication can assist in those informal learning settings.
2. Make my Research Meaningful (Feb 25): As you delve into your research or career, the bigger picture can be harder to see through the details. In this workshop, we will use tools and techniques to help you get back on the same plane of understanding as the public.
3. Hone my Message (Mar 4): How can I get my message across at the right level for the learner? We will practice facilitation strategies to support conversations that keep the learner in the forefront instead of the content.
Special Offering – Science Communication Topics: These three workshops will provide avenues to narrow the lessons learned from the core workshops towards a specific outcome. Topic workshops will include activities and resources from cross-departmental OMSI staff. Tuition: $25 per workshop.
· Controversial Subjects (Apr 8): Don’t avoid tackling controversial issues anymore! In this workshop we’ll learn and practice strategies for writing and talking about controversial topics in a productive and hopeful way. Subjects include: framing, the power of metaphor, explanatory chains and solutions.
· Virtual Science Demonstrations (Apr 15): Over the past year, many of us have communicated in a virtual format much more than ever before. In this workshop we will emphasize and practice facilitation strategies unique to the virtual format that still allow for making meaningful connections.
· Science in Social Media (Apr 22): Social media platforms, as science communication tools, present unique opportunities and challenges. Do I know my audience? How do I communicate accurate science while being concise? This workshop will put your communication skills in context for a quick paced and high volume learning environment.
There is a $15 discount if you sign up for all of the workshops.
See all funding, news and dates online at internal.science.oregonstate.edu/ecos and tell your graduate students and postdocs about GP-ECOS, funding opportunities and dates of interest directly applicable to them!
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Boise State University is seeking candidates for the position of Lab Manager. We encourage you to share this announcement with your alumni, graduate students, colleagues, personal network, and anyone that you think might be interested.Interested candidates should visit the official job posting at https://jobs.boisestate.edu/en-us/job/494338/lab-manager. This is a 12-month, professional staff position that offers a salary of $48,608 to $52,500, depending on experience. Information about the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Boise State University can be viewed at https://boisestate.edu/chemistry. Any questions about this position can be emailed to email@example.com.
Audience engagement: Friday, Jan. 22 from 2-3 p.m., Zoom. To register, go to https://beav.es/oFp. For more Zoom information from Media Services, including upcoming Zoom webinars, go to https://uit-at.oregonstate.edu/media-services-zoom
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SAVE THE DATE
Friday, January 22, 2021
2:00 – 5:00 pm
5:00-6:00 pm virtual reception
We are excited to announce the rescheduled
Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Ignite
Join for a fun, informal afternoon with colleagues
2-5 pm Ignite sessions followed by a virtual reception
Join for all or part of the Ignite sessions as your interests and schedules allow
Information regarding agenda and registration can be found here
**Registrants will receive a Zoom link prior to the event**
For additional information contact:
The OSU Open Educational Resources Unit makes learning affordable. You can, too. The OER Unit is hosting virtual workshops to show how faculty can find or create no-cost and low-cost learning materials, save students money and improve course retention. Learn more about each workshop and register today. Questions? Email Stefanie Buck.
Community Engagement & Leadership and the Sustainability Office are excited to offer 20 OSU students an opportunity to attend the virtual 2021 Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WOHESC) on Thursday, Feb. 11 and Friday, Feb. 12 by covering the full registration fee. All OSU students are eligible to request registration funding for this social change leadership and professional development experience. Registration funding will be offered on a first come, first served basis to the first 20 students who fully complete this registration form by Friday, Feb. 5, and commit to attending.
The Repperger Research Intern Program is a 10-week educational experience, providing research opportunities for students at one of three Air Force research facilities under the mentorship of an Air Force scientist. The program posthumously honors Dr. Daniel W. Repperger, who mentored many young people during his 35-year research career with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).
Applicants need to meet the following eligibility criteria at the time of application:
· Be a U.S. citizen
· Be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited institution of higher education during the 2020-2021 academic year
· Be pursuing a degree in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) discipline
· Have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher on a 4.00 scale
· Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH
· Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX
· Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
June 7 – August 13, 2021
How to Apply
Submit your application at the following link: https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/AFRL-711HPW-2021-Repperger
February 15, 2021, at 8 a.m. ET
Want to Learn More?
For additional information, visit the Repperger Research Intern Program website. If you have any questions, please contact AFRL-Summer@orise.orau.gov.