Science Teaching Positions through Southern Teachers Agency
K-12 private and independent schools around the South are searching for great teachers to join their school communities for next year. Schools plan to have in-person classes in the fall, and we have over a hundred science openings, many of them focused on biology.
Our schools seek teachers with subject-matter expertise who are enthusiastic about working with children and teenagers—what is important is a gift for connecting with and caring for kids. Certification is typically not required (except in elementary grades and specialty areas).
Southern Teachers has matched great candidates with schools in the South for over a century, taking the time to interview candidates, and know the person, not just the resumé. Our services are free for our candidates.
The sooner you apply, the more opportunities you will have to pursue as you search for the right school community for you.
Apply now at SouthernTeachers.com.
The Stowers Institute for Medical Research (Kansas City, Missouri) is now accepting applications for Stowers Research Scholars, a mentored 1-year postbaccalaureate research fellowship. Through guided research experience and academic career mentoring, this program aims to increase the number of NIH-defined underrepresented students in fundamental biological research. This year we are accepting up to three students for the inaugural class.
This opportunity is open to US citizen or permanent residents from diverse backgrounds with a BA or BS in a STEM field who are interested in pursuing graduate education in basic biological sciences. Compensation is highly competitive and prior laboratory experience is not required. Please feel free to directly forward this message to any and all who may be interested in applying for this unique opportunity for research experience and career mentoring.
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Application Deadline: February 12, 2021
Program Dates: June 7, 2021 – June 17, 2022 (flexible)
Are you planning a career in the health sciences or allied health sciences but want to develop your knowledge and skills in medical anthropology?
EARN A MASTERS IN MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN JUST ONE YEAR AT CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY!
The Anthropology Department at Case Western Reserve University offers an intensive M.A. program in Medical Anthropology and Global Health that provides conceptual, topical and research understanding of the biocultural basis of health and illness and the interface between disease/illness-culture-biology-society designed to serve the needs of students seeking to work professionally in the medical arena or allied health sciences or planning to go to professional schools.
In just two semesters of classwork, students receive an M.A. from an internationally recognized faculty in the field of Medical Anthropology and Global Health. Students seeking a one year M.A. work alongside M.A./Ph.D. students in a dynamic and stimulating environment that provides training in bio-cultural anthropology, global health, evolutionary medicine, reproductive health, psychological anthropology, demography/population aging, globalization and drug use together with introductions to statistics and research methods.
For more information on this program, go to our webpage.
MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AT CWRU: PREPARING STUDENTS TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF AN INCREASINGLY GLOBALIZED WORLD
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My name is Brooke Binette from Medix Scientific and I am a Recruitment Advisor. My organization hires Biology graduates (Bachelor and Master levels) for a number of organizations in the Pharmaceutical, Food & Beverage, Chemical and Medical Device industries in the Chicagoland area. I am reaching out because I know a lot of your students will be graduating come May. I wanted to give you my contact information to pass along to any students who may be interested in the types of positions we hire for (which are listed below)! Please let me know if there is anything you need from me and thank you for your time.
Again some of the positions we regularly hire for include:
Quality Assurance/Quality Control
- Lab Techs
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In just one year of graduate course work, laboratory training, and collaboration with faculty on a project of choice, students can earn a Master’s in Biomedical Sciences.
The Department of Biomedical Sciences is housed within the College of Veterinary Medicine and graduate students have access to state-of-the-art laboratories and learning spaces. In addition, they have the opportunity to work with world-renowned faculty whose research interests range from molecular neurotoxicology, to pediatric immunology, to targets for antiparasitic drugs.
The One-Year, Non-Thesis MS program is designed to open up opportunities for students planning to:
· Enter professional schools (Medical, Dental, Veterinary, PA, etc.);
· Pursue a PhD;
· Teach in higher education and;
· Land a career in industry.
We are currently working with a very large food/flavors company to find a recent biology graduates looking to get into a biology lab in a professional setting. We are looking to train this person on all things biology in a professional setting.
For more information, contact Scott Munger - 847-273-2797
The Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) is an affordable master’s program that combines web instruction from Miami University with experiential learning and field study through the Chicago Zoological Society--Brookfield Zoo, one of several AIP Master Institutions in Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Jacksonville, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, and St. Louis. If you've had a chance to distribute the info below to students, colleagues, and any others you think might be interested, thank you so much! If not, we hope you might consider sharing it now--before the holidays, when many potential students make decisions about graduate school.
In the Advanced Inquiry Program from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, students join a growing network of conservation leaders while gaining unprecedented opportunities not found in more traditional master’s programs. Online, at the zoo / botanical garden, and in their own backyards and neighborhoods, each student creates and engages in projects that affect positive social and ecological change to improve their communities, the environment, and the human condition.
Applications are being accepted until February 28 at http://AIP.MiamiOH.edu. Courses begin in May 2022.
To support involvement by a broad range of professionals, Miami University discounts tuition for participants accepted to AIP graduate courses. Enrollment is open to applicants with a bachelor’s degree, regardless of academic major or profession.
Applicants may contact the AIP Coordinator at the Chicago Zoological Society--Brookfield Zoo, Agnes Kovacs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers needed January-April 2022
Minimum stay 2 months
(NOTE: This is an unpaid volunteer position)
Opportunity: This is a great opportunity for anybody who wants to get more experience in field work related to animal behavior, evolution, eco-physiology, and ecology before starting an MSc or PhD project.
Project: We study the evolutionary and ecological reasons as well as physiological mechanisms of group living, solitary living, and social flexibility in bush Karoo rats and the striped mouse. The focus will be on costs and benefits of solitary living in bush Karoo rats, determining its social organization and social structure. As this species is diurnal and the habitat is open, direct behavioral observations in the field are possible.
What kind of people are needed? Applicants must have an interest in working in the field and with animals. Hard working conditions will await applicants, as the study species gets up with sunrise (between 5:30 and 6 AM), and stops its activity with dusk (7 PM). Work during nights might also be necessary. Work in the field will be done for 5 days a week. Applicants must be able to manage extreme temperatures (below 0 at night in winter, sometimes over 40?C during summer days). Applicants must both be prepared to live for long periods in the loneliness of the field and to be part of a small social group. There is no internet, no telephone, and no cell-phone reception at the research station.
Work of volunteer field assistants: Trapping, marking and radio-tracking of small mammals; direct behavioral observations in the field. Volunteers are expected to help with maintenance of the research station (water pump, solar power, etc.).
Confirmation letter: Students get a letter of confirmation about their work and can prepare a report of their own small project to get credit points from their university for their bachelor or masters studies.
Costs: Students have to arrange their transport to the field site themselves. Per month, an amount of Rand 1900 (around 100 Euro) must be paid for accommodation at the research station. Students must buy their own food in Springbok. Including extras (going out for dinner; shopping), you should expect costs of about 500 Euros or 600 US$ per month. Students can get an invitation letter to apply for a travel grant at their home university / home country.
Place: The field site is in the Goegap Nature Reserve near Springbok in the North-West of South Africa close to Namibia. The vegetation consists of Succulent Karoo, which has been recognized as one of 25 hotspots of biodiversity. It is a desert to semi-desert with rain mainly in winter (June to September).
Corona situation: Only vaccinated persons are allowed to stay at the research station. No visitors are allowed. Students are not allowed to go on leave during their stay. We have Corona measures at the station that vary with the local situation. Travel to and entry into South Africa is allowed when you have a negative Corona test.
When and how long: We are looking for volunteers for the period January to April 2022. Volunteers must stay for a minimum of 2 months.
How to apply? Send a short motivation letter stating why and for which period you are interested and your CV via email to email@example.com. There is no deadline, but applications are continuously reviewed.
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The Stowers Institute is a non-profit biomedical research organization dedicated to improving human health by studying the fundamental processes of life. The Graduate School of the Stowers Institute has three educational programs: a PhD in Biology program, Summer Scholars program for undergraduates, and Research Scholars post-baccalaureate program for diverse candidates.
We are currently accepting applications for our PhD in Biology program. The deadline to submit is December 1, 2021. We do not require GRE, or Grade Point Average (GPA), and there is no application fee. We offer research programs in following research areas: Chromatin and Regulation of Gene Expression, Chromosome Structure and Cell Division, Computational Biology, Modeling and Technology, Developmental Genetics and Cell Biology, Developmental Neuroscience, and Stem Cells and Regeneration.
Our state-of-the-art core facilities enable our researchers to take advantage of readily available expertise. Please check out our program at www.stowers.org/gradschool. We have two live information sessions via Zoom coming up. The first one is on Monday, November 1st at 12pm EST/ 11am CST and you can register here. The second one is on Thursday, November 18th at 5pm EST/ 4pm CST and you can register here.
The Summer Scholars program is also currently accepting applications. Over the course of our 8-week program scholars will conduct full-time research under the guidance and supervision of the laboratory head or senior member of the lab. Some of the benefits include a $4,000 stipend, accommodations near the Stowers campus, and round-trip transportation between school and Kansas City. For more information visit: https://www.stowers.org/gradschool/scholars.
If you are interested in a mentored 1-year postbaccalaureate research fellowship, please consider applying to our Research Scholars Program. Through guided research experience and academic career mentoring, this program aims to increase the number of NIH-defined underrepresented students in fundamental biological research. For more information visit: https://www.stowers.org/gradschool/research-scholars.
If you have any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.