Zoetis has announced their summer 2022 Internships! Please see their brochure outlining the program attached. The brochure includes a QR code for students to access the available internships. Additionally, here is their link: https://careers.zoetis.com/join-us/opportunities-for-students.aspx
Our Diversity & Inclusion event offers an opportunity for individuals in underrepresented groups to find support as they pursue success in higher education.
· Business School Community & Inclusion Panel featuring Carnegie Mellon University-Tepper School of Business and Penn State-Smeal College of Business
· Participants include:
o Management Leaders of Tomorrow (MLT)
o Forte Foundation
All QS events feature the following resources for students:
· Representatives from top-ranked MBA and business master’s programs
· Application workshop led by admission director
· Opportunity to apply for exclusive QS World Merit scholarships
Our QS events are student-focused with the sole intention of helping students meet graduate school admission officers to learn the power of a post-graduate degree.
Women in Leadership – December 7, 2021 at 12:00pm EST
Our Women in Leadership event is designed to empower and encourage women with unique insights and first-hand experiences about leading in the world of business.
· Featured Speakers include:
o Anna Mars, Group President at AMEX
o Deniz Aygen, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances at Experian
· Masterclasses on strategy, management, communication, and negotiation.
· Personal branding workshop
Call for applications: Graduate Student Career Development Assistance Award (unpaid internship fund) - due October 1, 2021
Graduate Student Career Development Assistance AwardAn unpaid internship fund for UC Davis graduate studentsA $1000 award available to a current UC Davis graduate student who completed an unpaid internship in support of their career development goals between June 1, 2021, and September 20, 2021. Remote internships qualify.
o Internship was a supervised work-learn experience in a professional environment outside the classroom in support of a graduate student's career goals. (See UC Davis internship policies for details).
o Internship took place while the applicant was a current UC Davis Master's, PhD, or EdD student. Incoming graduate students who did internships before they began coursework at UC Davis are not eligible to apply.
o Applicants must be current Master's, PhD, or EdD student when they receive the award. Graduate students who have already graduated are not eligible to apply.
o Students enrolled in other professional degree programs (e.g. MBA, DVM, MD) are not eligible.
o Internship was unpaid, not required part of the applicant's graduate program (major field, minor field, or designated emphasis), and not used primarily to conduct dissertation or thesis research.
o Priority for the award will be given to graduate students exploring diverse career paths beyond academia.
Short answer application
CV or Resume
Offered by the UC Davis Internship and Career Center, made possible with support from the UC Davis GradPathways Institute for Professional Development.
Application portal opens: September 1, 2021
Deadline to apply: 5pm Pacific Time Friday, October 1, 2021
Where and how to apply: https://tinyurl.com/GradUnpaidInternFund
Read an interview with an award recipient here: https://gradpathways.ucdavis.edu/news/congratulations-kristin-predeck-graduate-student-career-development-assistance-award-winner
Questions: Email Bethany Hopkins at email@example.com
The PAB was established as a pilot project in 2014 to develop and promote
accountability, trust, and communication between the campus community
and the UC Davis Police Department. The PAB is comprised of representatives
from the major constituent groups on campus, including the Graduate Student
Association. The nominees to this position should be individuals who can review
investigations periodically throughout the year regarding police conduct in an
objective manner and reach conclusions based on information presented in
the factual record.
If you are interested in serving on the PAB, please see the full informational flyer
below and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please
check the attachment for more information.
How Can We Retain Mothers in the Academic Pipeline?
For many PhD students and postdocs, starting a family coincides with a period of their careers where they are expected to be highly productive. The challenges of balancing personal life and work expectations leave many women dropping out of the academic pipeline. Recent studies have shown that a supportive relationship with their advisors is critical for the success of Early Career Researchers and can be a decisive factor to retain young mothers in scientific careers. But what does it take to foster a healthy relationship between advisor and mentee.
The role of the advisor // April 9, 11 am – 1:30 pm
Lightening Talks: 11:00am – 12:00pm
· Which resources do we have at UC Davis for Early Career mothers?
Break: 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
Fishbowl Discussion: 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
· When to have the discussion about family planning with your advisor? What can the advisor do to support the needs of parenting PhD students and postdocs? And what does the advisor expect from the mentee?
Register here: leakypipeline.eventbrite.com
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