NASA Glenn Research Center Public Open House/FREE Admission
Cleveland: Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18, 2008
Sandusky: Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, June 1, 2008
11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. each day
For more information, call 216-433-5555 or visit the Web site at nasa50th.grc.nasa.gov or www.nasa.gov
Cleveland Clinic is pleased to announce its Conference for Aspiring Black and Hispanic Physicians & Research Scientist to be held on April 17, 2008, and to announce this call for abstracts/papers. We invite junior and senior college students majoring in math, science or pre-med to submit abstracts for consideration as posters.
This conference, to be held at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, will provide a forum for college student to showcase their research to a network of Black Academic Surgeons, as well as their peers.
This conference is a the college component of The MD Project, an initiative of the Office of Diversity designed to increase representation of African American and Hispanic physicians and scientists at Cleveland Clinic. The conference is wide-ranging and multi-faceted in its scope; therefore interested students are strongly urged to submit papers which deal with all topics relating to the sciences.
Suggested areas include:
• Biology • Chemistry • Physics • Behavioral Science • Math • Statistics
Please visit the following website for additional information: http://cms.clevelandclinic.org/body.cfm?id=795
The College of Science Advising Center and Kaplan will be hosting a FREE PCAT Practice Test at Cleveland State University! Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions has been around for nearly 70 years preparing students to take a number of standardized tests. We specialize in helping students achieve their goals and get into the Graduate School of their choice.
The Practice Test will be held on February 2nd, in MC 444 at 9:00am. The event is a great way to see how you would perform on the PCAT. You will receive analyzed score results that will breakdown your performance in each section. This is an excellent way to gain experience with the PCAT without the worry of your scores being recorded. You will be the only one to see your score and a Kaplan expert will be available to help you read your report and answer any questions you may have.
To register for this FREE event, log onto http://www.kaptest.com/ or call the Cleveland Kaplan Center at 216-831-2233.
On Friday, January 25, Cleveland State's Speech and Hearing Graduate Program will be hosting an Open House. The event will run from 10:00am to 2:00pm and will feature the opportunity to tour the facilities and meet with faculty and staff. Additional details and a schedule of events follows.
Students will get the chance to meet with facutty and current graduate students and tour the clinic. Learn all about what Cteveland State has to offer its graduate students.
The Master of Arts program in Speech Pathotogy and Audiology provides students with necessary academic and clinical experience to fulfill requirements for certification as a speech-language pathologist by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) as well as licensure as a speech-language pathotogist by the State of Ohio.
The department maintains student training liaisons with many hospitals, clinics, and schools in the Greater Cleveland area. The graduate academic program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of ASHA.
Open House Schedule
Welcome and General Information
Monica Gordon Pershey,
Ed.D.,C CC-SLP, Program Director
John Bazyk, MS, OTR/L
Health Sciences Department Chair
Marilyn Vacel, M.A. CCC-SLP,
Interim Director, Speech and Hearing Clinic
Refreshments and Networking
with Faculty and Staff
CSU Facilities Tour
Continued Networking and Advising
with Faculty and Staff
Please RSVP by Wednesday, January23, 2008 by phone or email to Terry Bauman, Administrative Assistant 216-687-6989 or t. email@example.com
RISE professional is designed for recent graduates, Master's and PhD
students, and alumni of the RISE program (for undergraduates) in the
fields of biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences (geology), and
engineering. Participants are matched with a German company, where they
gain insight into the professional applications of science and
engineering and develop practical skills. These internships expose
participants to advanced research and provide the rare opportunity to
learn about Germany from the inside.
The RISE professional program features a scholarship to help cover
living expenses. Every scholarship recipient receives an additional
stipend of 500 euros from the host company each month and a lump sum of
600 euros for travel expenses, as well as health insurance and accident
and personal/private liability insurance.
Online registration is currently available, and the internship database
(Please note the deadline for the undergraduate RISE program
(www.daad.de/rise) is still January 31, 2008.)
To find out about eligibility and the application process as well as to
read reports from past participants, please visit: www.daad.de/rise-pro
rary%20Internet%20Files\OLK37\www.daad.de\rise-pro> . Please note:
students may not apply for both RISE and RISE professional at the same
time. Please email all queries about RISE or RISE professional to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com respectively.
Assistant Information Officer
DAAD New York
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Phone: (212) 758-3223 x214
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