The Mountbatten Institute is now accepting
applications for its global internship and graduate study program based
The Institute is a UK Government Authorized
Exchange program operating under Tier 5 of the Points Based Immigration
System. Participants are placed in internships with leading multinational
companies throughout London. Mountbatten facilitates the placement
and visa process of all participants prior to departure for the UK.
We are pleased to announce the SIAM Visiting
Lecturer Program (sponsored by the S-COAM program and the Mathematics Department) on
September 26, 2012.
Sara Del Valle, is a scientist/project leader in the Los Alamos National
Laboratory Energy and Infrastructure Analysis Group. She has worked on
developing and analyzing mathematical models for the
spread of infectious diseases, including smallpox, anthrax, malaria,
HIV, and influenza, on a pandemic scale. She has also worked on social
network analyses and modeling and simulation of large scale, agent-based
If you are unable to do any of the homework assignments related to a previous or upcoming Wednesday Workshop, please attend one of the below Six O'Clock Series presentations in it's place. You will need to submit a signed attendance voucher if you choose to make up an assignment in this way.
Evening in the Stacks is the Indiana Library's major
annual fundraiser. The event is billed as "The Best Party in Town". As
such, we need student volunteers to help in the following ways:
Thursday evening, November 1 from 5 to 7 p.m - help move library furniture & computers out of the first floor of the library into temporary storage.
Friday evening, November 2 from 5:30 to 10 p.m.
- perform the following functions: 1) coat check, 2) replenish serving
trays with food, condense partially filled serving trays & remove
empty serving trays, 3) continuously survey the premises picking up
empty food & beverage containers and emptying waste baskets, 4) walk
through the guests with trays of hord d'oeuvres etc. 5) clean up food
area & wash serving trays, 6) help move library furniture &
computers back to their regular location.
If you are interested in volunteering email Kevin Berezansky at email@example.com.
Arts is hoping to increase our list of ushers this year for the
Ovations! performances by touring artists (12 shows this season).
Ushering is a volunteer activity, but a terrific way for students to
earn Community Service hours, add to their resume, and see all of the
shows for free!
We run a very brief, informal "New Ushers" meeting prior
to the first performance so that everyone is comfortable with
If interested, please contact Karen L. Mathe, Performance Services Assistant for The Lively Arts by phone at 724-357-2547 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Though the annual cycle of community service during the school year begins in September and runs though May, upperclassmen may still submit up to 30 hours of summer service towards the next school year's requirement. Remember that summer service requires pre-approval and a signed letter or email from a service supervisor to verify upon completion.
You should not expect summer service to count retroactively for the previous school year.
Telecounselors are ambassadors for the Office of
Undergraduate Admissions and the university. These students are
contacting prospective students to relay important information,
questions regarding campus life and the admissions process, as
well as help
with the anxieties and concerns of both parents and students to
the best of
their ability. In addition, telecounselors are a resource for
in the college selection and application process. The
provides a human touch for prospective students, something more
information in the mail.