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Archive for October, 2011

Winter Quarter 2012 Class Listing!

 Winter Quarter 2012 class worksheet (xls)
 Here is your Class Preview for Winter Quarter 2012.  Remember this course listing is provided as a snapshot of classes that might be of interest to you as an SoC student and is not meant to substitute for the listings in CAESAR.  In fact there are often changes made on the [...]

Opening Tomorrow – A Number by Caryl Churchill

A Number, a one-act drama by Caryl Churchill about the potential consequences of human cloning, will be presented free of charge October 27 to November 13 at the McCormick School of Engineering.
Written in 2002 – six years after the highly publicized creation of “Dolly,” the cloned sheep – A Number explores the conflicts that arise between a [...]

Codename Games is looking for interns!

3D Game Art Internship
Codename Games is seeking a talented 3D artist to assist with 3D asset creation for various ongoing projects.  You will be involved in the entire art process, from concept to asset creation, to animation.  While you will be receiving direction from your project lead and a lead artist, you will also have [...]

An Immortal Life: Who should own Henrietta’s Cells?

Please join us for a themed book discussion hosted by
The Center for Reproductive Science and One Book One Northwestern 
“The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot
Thursday, November 3rd from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Ver Steeg Lounge, University Library, Evanston Campus, 3rd Floor South Tower
Light Dinner will be served

For more information please see

WANT A SUMMER INTERNSHIP? Attend the InPursuit Internship Conference!

WANT A SUMMER INTERNSHIP?  Attend the InPursuit Internship Conference!
 Brought to you by: University Career Services &
Saturday November 5, 2011
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
2nd Floor, Norris
*Learn essential internship search techniques*
*Connect with alumni and hear their career stories*
*Discover the career for you*
Open to all enrolled NU students
SLOTS ARE FILLING UP! For more information and to register:
Questions? Contact [...]

Applied Sport Sciences Internship

Applied Sport Sciences Internship (Strength Training, Athletic Training, Nutrition, Sport Management, Mental Conditioning or Communication)
The IMG Performance Institute (IPI) at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Florida, would like to offer internships for students in Sports Performance Training (strength and conditioning), nutrition, sports management/sports marketing/media, communication, mental conditioning (grad students only) and/or sports medicine/athletic training. We hold [...]

Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet project is looking for interns!

Fall/Spring/Summer Food & Agriculture Research Internship
The food and agriculture research internship with Worldwatch is a unique opportunity to support and participate in research that drives environmental and agricultural policy. The intern will work closely with the Institute’s food and agriculture staff to refine and organize information that will contribute to a project on sustainable agricultural [...]

Student PIRGs Activism Internships

If you want to make a difference and learn valuable skills, join our team of interns and volunteers. We’ve got plans to take on the problems our country faces – and with your help, we can win.
2011-2012 Campaigns:

Energy Service Corps
Defend the Environment
Save Student Aid
New Voters Project
No Hunger, No Homelessness

Find out more and apply for a [...]

Communication Studies Freshman Year Experience Presents: Movie Night!

Communication Studies Freshman Year Experience Presents: Movie Night!
Come join other Communication Studies Freshmen to watch “Dhobi Ghat”  - A stylish tribute to the city 
of Mumbai that follows the lives of four starkly different individuals. Artsy, kitschy, engrossing and smooth
with veteran Indian actors and debutantes – this movie set in modern day India is a brand new [...]

Summer Research Opportunity in CSD

The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences at Indiana University is accepting applications for TRACCS, a 6-week intensive research program in the summer.  Students from under-represented groups (African American, Latino, American Indian and Asian American) are especially encouraged to apply. 
For more information, visit their website  :