Week of November 12th, 2018

"Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echos are truly endless."
- Mother Teresa


 Important Dates, Events, and Opportunities

Club Opportunities:

Rehabilitation Therapy Club (PT and OT)
November 13th | Fly High Event | 2 hours of fun for the price of 1 hour | 5-7pm | There will be free Krazy Karls Pizza | If you need a ride, carpool will leave from the east side of the stadium at 4:30pm 
November 27th | Proactive Physical Therapy Field Trip | 5-7pm | Come learn what it means to be the owner of a PT clinic and performance center! | If you need a ride, carpool will leave from the east side of the stadium at 4:30pm 

Premedica Club
Next meeting is December 5th | Clark A202 | 6pm

Pre-Dental Club
Next meeting is November 26th | Stadium 1213 | 5-6pm

Pre-Vet Club
Next meeting is November 14th | Yates 104 | 5:30-6:30pm


Relevant CSU Events:

Native American Heritage Awareness Month
Check Facebook and the NACC Website for information on events!

TILT Academic Success Workshops and Well-Being Wednesdays
Get the full schedule here!


Entrance Exam Prep, Interview Prep, and Scholarships:

Free GRE Quant Lesson
November 8th | Sign up here!

Thanks to You Contest for Scholarships Through Kaplan
Learn more and submit to win here!


Work and Volunteer Opportunities

Key Mentor and Leadership Coach Positions for the 2019-2020 Academic Year
Attending a information session is required in order to be considered. Info sessions are happening:
Nov. 13th | 6-7pm and 7-8pm | Stadium 1214
Nov. 28th | 6-7pm and 7-8pm | Stadium 1207
Learn more about the role and apply here!

Transfer Transition Leader (TTLs) Position for 2019
Applications are due November 15th at 11:59pm | Learn more here and apply here!


Research Opportunities

10-week summer undergraduate research program
This program is funded and sponsored by the University of Michigan Medical Scientist Training Program. Application is open and closes January 18th, 2019. Learn more and apply here!

Summer Program in Biomedical Research for Underrepresented Students
Application opens November 15th | Learn more here!

RADM Helena O. Mishoe Postbacc Fellowships for Underrepresented Students
Learn more, see eligibility, and apply here!


Opportunities for Pre-Human Heath Students:

St. George's University Why Wait? Initiative
To help take some of the stress out of the beginning of your medical career—and to make the most of your time—SGU has created the Why Wait? initiative. They are paying it forward so you can start the MD program in January, then they will refund the tuition and administrative fees if you are subsequently are accepted and matriculate into an US allopathic medical school the following fall. Learn more here!

University of Colorado Wilderness & Emergency Medicine Pre-Health January Course. CSU students are eligible for a coupon for $150 off registration. Contact your health professions advisor for details.
January 2-13, 2019 | Information here

Des Moines University Health Professions Advanced Summer Scholars Program
June 8th-28th, 2019 | Applications are due February 15th | Apply here!

Public Health Schools and Fairs Virtual Fair
November 20th | Register for free here!


Opportunities for Pre-Veterinarian Students:

Behavioral Seminars by Dr. Cheryl Kolus
November 28th | Why Can't We All Get Along? Tips for a Happy Multi-cat Household
December 19th | No It's Not Normal for Cats to Hide All the Time: Help for Fearful Cats
All seminars are from 6-7:30pm and registration is $15 in advance | Learn more here!

Pets Forever Course
The course number is VS495 (Independent Study) and is 3 credits for Spring 2019. Two options are available - online or Tuesdays from 9-9:50am. If you have questions please contact Dr. Kogan at Lori.Kogan@colostate.edu. 

Horse Leasing opportunity in Colorado Springs. Contact Amber Lenze (alenze@rams.colostate.edu) for details. 


Articles of the Week

- Malaria: Sniffer Dogs to Help in Fight to Eradicate Disease from BBC News
- What to Do During a Gap Year(s) from the AAMC