September 2011 Archives

Campus Bike Center Grand Opening!

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The new campus bike center is having an event on Thursday Septermber 29th to celebrate the grand opening of the center.

Thursday, September 29, 2011 ~ noon - 2 p.m. ~ outside Oak St. Ramp
Free Food/Refreshments --- Tours of New Bike Center ---
Short Program starts at 12:30 p.m. --- Group Rides at 1 p.m. ---

Located inside the Oak Street Ramp on the west side near the elevator lobby, the new bike center space will provide the following resources:

  • Electronic bike trip-planning kiosk

  • Secure bicycle parking (available to members 24/7)

  • Showers/changing facilities (members only)

  • Repair service (fee based on service)

  • Bike retail outlet (accessories only)

  • RFID (radio frequency identification) tagging and tracking capabilities

  • Public meeting space

  • Collection point for abandoned bicycles

  • Educational opportunities, such as smart cycling courses and bike maintenance classes

Go HERE for more details.

AAAS Fellowship Info Session

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The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will host an information session on the Science and Technology Policy Fellowships. This meeting is scheduled for October 12 from 4-5pm in Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) 2-122. If you are interested in attending, please e-mail Robyn Kennedy by October 5th ( so enough refreshments and food can be provided.

Sage Russell, Deputy Director of the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships, is planning to visit campus on October 12 to talk about the Science & Technology Policy Fellowship Program at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. This is a post-graduate level fellowship opportunity.

This would be a great opportunity for graduate and postdoctoral students. Since 1973, more than 2,200 scientists and engineers have contributed their analytical skills to policymaking in Washington, DC, while learning about the role of science in the federal government. Career-enhancing opportunities are available in more than 30 Congressional offices and 15 federal agencies for science and engineering professionals at all career stages.

Applicants must be US citizens and hold a terminal degree (PhD, MD, DVM, etc.) in any scientific discipline, or a master's degree in engineering with three years of post-degree experience. Visit the AAAS Fellowships website for more information.

Cheap Happy Hour With Music

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The SPCO's CLUB2030 Happy Hour
Saturday, October 8
Biss Plays Mozart and Kurtág: 8pm at the Ordway
Happy Hour: Immediately following at the SPCO Center

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra would like to invite you to hear brilliant young pianist Jonathan Biss play a fascinating program of Mozart and Kurtag and then partake in their first CLUB2030 Happy Hour of the season. Immediately following Saturday night's performance on October 8, enjoy the company of fellow music lovers over wine (compliments of Solo Vino) and dessert. The concert is just $10 using code "club2030" online at checkout and the happy hour is free. $10 has never gone so far! We're talking melodic beauty, sublime musical textures and clever illumination of two singular composers...if that doesn't get you, food and wine on the house surely will!

Again, concert tickets are just $10 using code "club2030" at checkout (limit 2) and all you need to get into the happy hour is an ID and a ticket stub.

Learn more about the concert and reserve your tickets today!

Job Opportunity for Grad Students

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The Minnesota Historical Society is seeking an intern from the fields of history, communications, English, or American Studies.

Check it out for more information: Editorial Intern 2.pdf

Job Search Preparation Class

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Career Services is offering a job search preparation class focusing on non-academic careers for graduate students. It's offered through CFANS but open to ALL graduate students. Interested? Here's the information you need...

CFAN 5201 - Career and Job Search Preparation for Graduate Students
(1.0 cr; Prereq-Grad student; S-N only, fall, spring, every year)
Job search and career development tools. Goals, networking, job search, resume/CV, interviewing. Assignments include resume/CV, informational interview, career development plan.

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