Multiply the number of units a course is worth by the grade points and that gives the quality points of a course (e.g. a three credit course given a grade of A equals 12). Do this for each course taken.
The Stanford Memory Lab is seeking applicants for a full-time Research Assistant position. Located in the Department of Psychology on the Stanford Campus, the lab specializes in human neuroimaging studies of memory and cognition, and how these functions are affected by aging. For the latter, we conduct research in collaboration with the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences & Stanford Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC).
Future Leaders in Action, a nonprofit which cultivates leaders and strengthens youth-oriented nonprofits, is looking to hire and place college students or recent graduates, known as fellows, with one of our youth nonprofit partners to develop or implement a program over twelve weeks. Our fellows gain substantial experience, which helps them feel more confident in entering the workforce.
This summer we have three programs in Des Moines, IA. One fellow will work with Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa focusing on a health program, another fellow will work with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa on a high school leadership development program, and another fellow will work with YSS on a post-secondary leadership development program. The job descriptions are on our website: Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa, and YSS. We have additional programs in other locations, which can be found here. Applications are due March 26th and can be submitted on our website.
It is a great professional development experience in the nonprofit sector that pays a living wage. Please contact Kristen Abel, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions.
My name is Dustin Baker and I am the Asst. Director at Wonderland Camp. We are a nonprofit camp located in the Lake of the Ozarks, MO serving children, teenagers, and adults with a wide range of disabilities and special needs.
Seattle Children’s Innovative Technologies Lab at Seattle Children’s Research Institute/Autism Center is interested in recruiting highly qualified students from Washington University for a 2-year pre-doctoral fellowship for current graduates or graduating seniors. The position will commence the summer of 2017.
We would like to bring to your attention a 9-week NSF REU program for undergraduates in the area of computational neuroscience. We will enroll students from Biological Sciences, Psychological Sciences, Engineering, Medicine, Physics and Mathematics.
Wewould like to bring to your attention an interdisciplinary symposium on the Trump presidency, to be held Thursday March 9th, from 1-4 pm, entitled American Democracy and the Rise of Donald Trump. This event is being supported by funding from the Gephardt Institute and is co-sponsored by the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, along with the departments of history, sociology, political science, as well as the Weidenbaum Center. Vice Provost Adrienne Davis will be delivering the opening remarks, followed by a series of brief talks. The event is meant to be interactive and highly engaging, and we hope you can come.
The following event should be of considerable interest to many of our majors and minors. The description is from Sarah Jiang, one of our majors and an exec member of Active Minds, a mental health student organization:
As a part of Mental Health Awareness Month, we are organizing a suicide education and prevention event called The i'Mpossible Project. The goals of the event are to help students be able to recognize possible signs of depression and suicidal thoughts in their community, to have tools to support friends who might have suicidal thoughts and/or depression, and to have more knowledge of mental health resources and support on campus. The i'Mpossible Project is a keynote that combines a Broadway theatre-styled performance, talk, and panel. The speaker and performer is Josh Rivedal- a college mental health/suicide prevention specialist, author, writer for The Huffington Post, and NYC based actor and playwright.
Due to strong interest and new budget support there will be a 2017 Conte Center for Computational Neuropsychiatric Genomics Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at the University of Chicago. The program starts June 12th and ends August 18th. The stipend is $4,000 and participating students will live on campus. Attached is the application. The form should be filled out and emailed directly to Dr. Barry Aprison, the Conte Center's Director for Education and Outreach, at email@example.com. Separately, an official school transcript and two confidential letters of support should be emailed. All application materials are due March 13, 2017. Information about the program is at http://www.contechicago.org/reu.
TheAnxiety and Complicated Grief Program led by Dr. Naomi Simon at NYU Langone Medical Center is seeking applicants for Clinical Research Coordinator positions to start in early June 2017. Please see the attachments for details. If any students have questions regarding the position, they should feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much for your support!