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Pre-Medical Students - Choose DO Explorer Online Search Tool

Pre-Medical Students,

The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) has launched the Choose DO Explorer, the Association’s first online search tool created to help prospective medical students and pre-health advisors more readily find information about admission to osteopathic medical colleges. This is a fabulous tool similar to the MSAR through the AAMC.

The Explorer provides information on school locations, dual degree options, institutional campus...

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Marine biology summer field course in South Africa

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to study biodiversity and further your marine biology skills in South Africa this summer? Cape RADD facilitates a 4 week field course for individuals or groups who want to learn more about the marine environment, conservation and research through hands on field experience and diver development. The Cape RADD course includes training in multiple data collection and field operation techniques, theoretical workshops on analysis techniques and tools...

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On-Demand Medical Staffing will be conducting interviews for the Scribe Program - June 12, 13, and 14!!

On-Demand Medical Staffing will be conducting interviews for the Scribe Program for Emergency Medicine, Neurology, and Women’s Health scribe positions.

Open Interviews on June 12th, 13th and 14th!

This is a great program designed to lend experience for those who are studying to enter the healthcare field and plan to pursue an advanced degree. Candidates of all interests are welcome to apply, whether you are looking for a career, or planning to attend medical school, nursing...

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Field Varietal Data Collection Specialist - Available Internship!

Albers Enterprises has an opening for 3 individuals! This internship will pay $11.00 per hour with a project end performance bonus.  Hours would be from 9am to 3 or 4 pm M – F. We will begin training the candidates the week of June 10th—most likely mid-week.  At this point, we believe the job would end by July 12th. It could end sooner given weather conditions but this will be easy to understand as the weeks progress.

Responsibilities will include but not be limited to the...

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Conservation Education Resources Assistant - Available Position!

Be in the company of wild things and rugged landscapes! Join our educational staff for an exciting experience with the Forest Service in a beautiful mountain setting within the Sawtooth National Recreation Area (SNRA). The chosen naturalist will complete research, develop and present natural and cultural walks, talks and campfire programs for diverse groups of visiting youth and adults, including wilderness education (Leave No Trace) in the outdoors.

One or two times a week, the...

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Idaho Conservation Corps - Summer Youth Programs!

Idaho Conservation Corps offers a challenging education and job-training experience that helps youth and young adults develop the skills they need to lead full and productive lives. 

Idaho Conservation Corps Youth Corps Camping programs combine education, job skill training with outdoor adventure for ages 16 to 18/19! Under staff supervision, youth crew members work on conservation, reforestation, and recreation projects, and learn valuable lessons of teamwork and responsibility....

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CIC (Chemistry Instructional Center) Hiring tutors for the summer!!

The CIC (Chemistry Instructional Center), which is a drop-in tutoring center for Boise State students, is looking for passionate people who want to work this summer (starting June 4th). The only requirements are receiving at least a B in Chem 111(L) and 112(L) and a desire to help others.  They offer flexible hours (will work around summer plans), good pay, and a letter of recommendation - what else could you ask for? :) If you are interested, please reach out to Nicole...

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Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) is seeking a Program Specialist

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) is seeking a Program Specialist to work in WAFWA’s headquarters in Boise, Idaho. WAFWA advocates for science- based fish and wildlife management and cooperative conservation in the West. Additional information about WAFWA can be found here www.wafwa.org.

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Biology Job Posting in Portland, OR

Molecular Testing Labs - Portland OR

Effective Date: March 29th 2019 Position Title: Laboratory Technologist I, II, III Reports To: Laboratory Manager Position status: Non-Exempt Full Time Primary Function: The Laboratory Technologist is responsible for accurately and efficiently processing samples using laboratory equipment and quickly reporting any problems to management.

Check out the job posting below. This would be great for a graduating senior - but also good to take...

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Mapping Sagebrush Restoration - VIP Research Project - Fall 2019

Dr. Caughlin is recruiting freshmen & sophomores to join his VIP team for the fall semester. Vertically Integrated Projects, or VIP, is a program within the College of Innovation and Design that takes learning to a whole new level.  Students get real-world experience and earn credits over multiple semesters by working alongside faculty who are engaged in ambitious scholarship and creative activities.

Mapping Sagebrush Restoration

Mapping and modeling ecosystem dynamics is a...

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Community Health Worker position at Terry Reilly Health Services

Community Health Worker position at Terry Reilly Health Services

Nampa, ID

$DOE, paid hourly

Full time

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA, Disability, Life Insurance, Retirement and Paid Time Off.  

Want to be a part of a team that's making a difference across the Treasure Valley? Terry Reilly provides quality, integrated medical, dental and behavioral health services to everyone, regardless of income or insurance status. This is only made possible...

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Summer 2019 Internship Opportunities with The Peregrine Fund

The Peregrine Fund is hiring for two internships this Summer. This program will provide an excellent opportunity for students to gain real-world experience working within a science-driven conservation organization that values public engagement.

Internship Offered by The Peregrine Fund at The Peregrine Fund’s Research Library

Research Students will work closely with professional researchers at The Peregrine Fund and librarians at the Albertson’s Library at Boise State...

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BIOL 420 - Immunology added to fall schedule!

Looking for an upper division biology elective? Biol 420 - Immunology, usually offered in the spring, is being offered this fall. Great Cellular/Molecular/Biomedical (CMB) elective!

BIOL 420 IMMUNOLOGY (3-0-3). Principles of host defense mechanisms, cells and tissues of the immune system, lymphocyte development, antigen receptors and antibodies, antigen processing and presentation, biology of cytokines, pathogenesis of immune disorders, and related topics. PREREQ: BIOL...

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Immersive Pre-health Adventure Courses - University of Colorado

Immersive Pre-health Adventure Courses - University of Colorado The University of Colorado has extended the scholarship application deadline for the University of Colorado School of Medicine's August 5-16, 2019 pre-med/health emergency and wilderness medicine class.  Students now have until May 15 to apply for one of the need-based scholarships which cover 100% of class fees.   In addition, the early bird discount for that class is still in effect until then.  

More about the class...

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Clinical Research Coordinator - Treasure Valley Medical Research

Treasure Valley Medical Research is a dedicated research facility looking to add to our growing business. We are looking to fill two positions for part-time & full-time Clinical Research Coordinator. Our CRC’s are the backbone of what we do. CRC’s are expected to conduct patient visits per protocols outlined by pharmaceutical Sponsors and understand the importance of attention to detail. Experience preferred, however; training will be provided. Clinical research is a challenging and...

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Applications Open: Scholarships for Women in STEM & 2019 Enrollment Deadlines!

  Home Programs Apply   Created for students, by students

​​​​​​​Students and young professionals travel with The GREEN Program to find a meaningful educational experience that...

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Preseason Back-backing Kick-off Party - Friday May 3rd

The Trail Stewardship Club is having a preseason backbacking kick-off party on Friday from 5-10 at Quarry View Park. They will be making Dutch Oven Jambalaya, talking about a planned trip club members can go on over the summer, and doing pack shakedowns and tips. 

There will also be a long distance hiking Q & A with the Ultrapedestrians, who created a 2600-mile backpacking loop that starts just outside of Boise. You can read about them and the loop they made...

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Pacific Northwest University of Osteopathic Medicine PNWU - Representative Visit!

A representative from Pacific Northwest University will present on Wednesday, May 8th at 4 pm in the NORCO Building 117 - located Just behind the REC Center.  PNWU is an osteopathic medical school located in Yakima, WA. 

Numerous BSU graduates have gone to medical school here. Dave Warner, the PNWU representative provides an excellent program about not only PNWU but how to be a competitive applicant for any medical school (MD or DO).  This is definitely a must see program! 

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University of Kentucky: New Professional Master's in Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics

The University of Kentucky Department of Toxicology and Cancer Biology is still accepting applications for their new Professional Master’s Degree in Forensic Toxicology and Analytical Genetics. The program has two concentrations: one in Forensic Toxicology/Chemistry and the other in Analytical Genetics/DNA. They are very excited about this program and they are recruiting students for the Fall semester, which will begin August 26, 2019.

This new degree is an advanced training...

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Professional Scientist Panel - Thursday May 2nd - Tomorrow!

Biology Club is hosting a guest speaker panel this Thursday, from 6:30-7:30 PM in SCNC 147.

This panel will follow a Q&A format, in which students will ideally come prepared with thoughtful questions, ready for an engaging discussion about a variety of different science careers and pathways. In absence of all else, there will be pizza, fruit & veggie plates, and soda and juice.

Panelists:

Matt Germino - Matt Germino is a restoration ecologist with the...

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End-of-the-Year Pre-Med Panel - May 2nd, 2019

You will not want to miss the annual End-of-the-Year Pre-Med Panel that is scheduled for Thursday, May 2nd at 5:30 pm in the NORCO Building ROOM 431. Plan to come and hear some of the students who applied to medical school this past cycle discuss the application process, interviews, how they prepared for the MCAT, etc. 

We will also be conducting Officer elections for the First Generation Pre-Medical Club (Note you do not have to be First Generation to attend, be a member, or be an...

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Annual Marsing STEM Fair Outreach - STEM Professional Recruitment

The Annual Marsing STEM fair is happening this May! Every May, those of us who have volunteered for this event have been very pleased with the experience (plus the Marsing made gifts).  This year the event is May 21st.  We carpool from here at 2:45 and are back in Boise by 6. 

The Marsing 8th grade science teachers and students work very hard through the school year to prepare for this event.  The goal is to give students a significant experience in real-world STEM as they ready...

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Trail Stewardship Club - Meeting Tuesday April 30th!

Join the Trail Stewardship Club for the last meeting of the semester! This is the club you want to join if you are a hiker and interested in maintaining Idaho's wilderness. We will be electing new leadership and talking a about upcoming opportunities. It will be a short meeting (30 minutes) but very informative. We work closely with the Idaho Trails Association if you would like to explore more about Idaho's trails. 

Tuesday, April 30th

6:00 PM

SCNC Room 147...

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Pre-Med Club - Last Meeting of the Semester - May 2nd

Join the First Generation Pre-Med Club for their last meeting of the semester! On Thursday, May 2nd at 5:30pm in NORCO 431, the Pre-Med Club has invited Boise State students who have been accepted into medical school to a Q&A panel. Bring lots of questions! They will share their experience in applying to medical schools, preparing for the MCAT, interviews, research opportunities, and much more.  This is always a very informative and valuable meeting to attend - you HAVE to come. ...

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Biology Club Meeting - April 25th, 2019

Join the Biology Club for the organization's bi-weekly meeting! At this meeting they will have news about club events, volunteer opportunities, as well as other Department updates and opportunities. Plans for next year will also be discussed. All are welcome!  The Biology Club meeting will be on April 25th, 2019 from 6:30pm - 7:30pm at SCNC 147 (Science Building).

RSVP here if you plan on attending: https://orgsync.com/40754/events/2613868/occurrences/6307260

 

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