Environmental Studies Blog

September 30, 2013

Environmental Studies Meet the Majors Pumpkin Roast

Filed under: Events — chansen @ 5:22 pm

The Environmental Studies UDRs, Adam Krebs and Esther Mann, are hosting an Environmental Studies Meet the Majors Pumpkin Roast on Wednesday, October 9 at 5 PM in SCC 313. It will be a unique opportunity for students to learn more about the area of study and celebrate the fall by eating roasted stuffed pumpkins. Vegan and Gluten-Free options are available so that everyone can enjoy the delicious foods, and anyone who is interested is more than welcome to come by.

Faculty members Dan Perlman and Brian Donahue will be attending as well as URDs Adam Krebs and Esther Mann. They are asking for RSVPs, but drop-ins are welcome. If you have any questions or concerns about the event, the major, or the minor, send one of the UDRs an e-mail and they would be more than happy to help you out!

 

 
Adam Krebs, akrebs@brandeis.edu
Esther Mann, emann@brandeis.edu

 

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September 9, 2013

Brandeis-India Science Scholars Program – still accepting applications

Filed under: Announcements — geneviev @ 4:04 pm

In collaboration with the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India, the Office of Study Abroad and the Division of Science, Brandeis is offering an exchange opportunity for students interested in studying biology, chemistry, physics, math, materials, environmental science and computer science beginning in spring 2014.  The undergraduate program offers many courses that will fulfill Brandeis major/minor requirements and a number of elective courses not offered at Brandeis that would complement any science curriculum.

The IISc is a vibrant campus with an active undergraduate student body and is a “living laboratory” for students interested in biology and environmental science.  Students will live on campus with their Indian classmates and along with classes taught in English by Indian faculty, will have the opportunity to collaborate in research projects in one of the many labs on campus.  Bangalore is a growing metropolitan city located in southern India and is known as the Silicon Valley of India, making it a unique destination for students in the sciences.

Following the spring semester program, select students from the IISc will come to Brandeis to participate in summer research projects with Brandeis faculty.
Applications will be accepted on a space available basis until October 15th!  For more information visit the program website here or contact Amber Thacher in the Office of Study Abroad.

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