Current Events & Updates

Current Events & Updates

Updated Regularly: Interested in learning at sea? NOV 1 info meeting; CNS Interdepartmental Field Day; Meet your future PhD advisor; TGIF in BIO!; Career Services Events

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12:10-1:00, CNS 234

A representative from SEA Semester will be discussing opportunities.

Pizza provided.

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Hosted by the IC Chemistry Club

We will be having a meeting next Tuesday, November 8, at 6PM in CNS 115 to discuss games and further logistics.

  • Tell your classmates and join the fun! 

Send questions to:

Eva Chebishev


Chemistry Club Events Coordinator

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Cornell's Neurobio & Behavior and Ecology & Evolution departments are hosting a graduate student diversity recruitment weekend in the spring.

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) and the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior (NBB) are seeking applications for our first Diversity and Inclusion Recruitment Weekend. This event will connect students from underrepresented backgrounds with faculty before they apply for graduate school. It is intended for those who will be in their third or fourth year of college in Spring 2017, or students who have graduated and are considering graduate school. Applicants should self identify as Black/African American, Latina/o or Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, or first generation college student. However, we recognize that there may be other axes of minority status that warrant attention, and encourage you to apply.

We will cover up to $400 in travel expenses for participants, as well as housing and meals during the weekend.

Application Deadline: December 1, 2016 at 11:59pm

Recruitment Dates: April 21-23, 2017

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Jr. Research

Registration form is due by 1pm on 10/28.

Project descriptions may be revised--attend the meeting/check back for upcoming projects.

Interested in 200- or 400-level research?

  • Students are strongly encouraged to come to the meeting, or talk to their potential research advisor directly, but it is not mandatory nor are signatures required.

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Inada Lab

Friday "Happy Hour"

Each Friday afternoon at (either 4 or 4:30) a different research lab hosts a "Happy Hour" in the main foyer of CNS.  Join us for food, beverages, music and entertainment!  Network with other student researchers and with faculty supervisors.


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