Idealist Graduate School Fair For Public Good
Thursday, October 15, 5-8pm
San Francisco County Fair Building (Hall of Flowers), Gallery
9th Avenue and Lincoln Way, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA
(Public Policy, Public Management, Public Health, Environmental Management, Education, Law, etc.) http://www.idealist.org/if/idealist/en/CareerFair/Viewer/default?career-fair-id=230
Some schools attending:
Duke University - Nicholas School of the Environment
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Graduate Admissions
Columbia University MPA Program in Environmental Science and Policy
UC Hastings College of the Law
UCLA Public Affairs: Public Policy and Urban Planning
UCLA School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley Schools of Public Health and Public Policy
University of Washington - Evans School of Public Affairs
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Harvard Graduate School of Education - Admissions Office
Harvard Kennedy School
Harvard School of Public Health Admissions Office
Women's Environmental Network Wild and Scenic Film Festival!
When: Wednesday October 21, 2009
Where: The Delancey Street Screening Room, 600 Embarcadero, San Francisco
International Rivers and the Women's Environmental Network are pleased to host the San Francisco screening of the Wild and Scenic Film Festival. The Wild and Scenic Film Festival is the largest environmental film festival in the United States. The festival features inspiring environmental films that will inspire and motivate you to make a difference in your community and the world. Tickets are $15 for each program and $25 for an all festival pass. Each program will feature a unique selection of films (see below). To purchase tickets, visit http://www.internationalrivers.org/events.
Joint Information Session: Duke, Yale, Michigan, Bren
San Francisco: Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 6:00-9:00 PM
Location: Downtown San Francisco, The Hotel Nikko (next to Union Square)
This is your opportunity learn about graduate opportunities in the environmental field from the nation's top environmental schools. Each school will offer a brief presentation and admissions representatives and alumni will be available throughout the gathering to answer your questions. All attendees must RSVP. Please direct all questions to: email@example.com
To RSVP go to: https://apply.environment.yale.edu/events/?id=0436c97ae78e4b6eb0d0a0d0009b9bf5
NorCal Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education (hosted by UC Santa Cruz)
Interested in graduate school? Then this is a great opportunity for you.
*free bus to take you to the event
*event is on a Saturday
*over 30 workshops on graduate school related items
*over 150 graduate school recruiters
To sign up please go to 318 Sproul Hall and sign up with Mana. You will need to put down a $20 refundable deposit for the bus which you will get back when you get on the bus. Berkeley bus will take you there and back on the same day. It is one stop shopping for those who are interested in learning about graduate school opportunities.
The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine
Osteosarcoma - Prostate Cancer - Breast Cancer - Lymphomas - Melanoma
Did you know that these spontaneous cancers in dogs and cats share many features with human cancers? Chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hypothermia and immunotherapy are all used to fight cancer in the pet animal, and many naturally occurring cancers in pets closely resemble human cancer and provide meaningful systems for cancer research. Veterinarian scientists are uniquely qualified to be comparative oncologists - researchers who study naturally-occurring cancers in animals as models for human disease. The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine provides an outstanding environment for the training of future veterinary scientists through our combined VMD-PhD (DVM-PhD) program. It's an excellent way for you to continue your education while impacting the future of medicine for humans and all species. Find out more at http://www.pennvetphd.org
Open House @ The Bren School of Environmental Science & Management on October 23rd (Santa Barbara)
We cordially invite prospective students to join us for our annual UC Santa Barbara, Bren School Open House to be held at Bren Hall on Friday, October 23rd, 2009 from 9:30am-6:30pm. Open House is the perfect opportunity to experience the Bren community, UCSB, and the beautiful Santa Barbara area. Bren faculty, staff, and students will be available to answer your questions regarding admissions, academics, student life, financial support, housing, etc.
The mission of the Bren School is to play a leading role in researching environmental issues, identifying and solving environmental problems, and training research scientists and environmental management professionals. The master's program, a central focus of the school's educational mission, trains students to work in environmental careers in government agencies, corporations, nonprofit organizations, and consulting firms. The multidisciplinary coursework for the Master of Environmental Science & Management degree includes courses in natural sciences, social sciences, law, and business. Prospective students may learn more about our program at http://www.bren.ucsb.edu/
Prospective students should RSVP no later than Wednesday, October 21st via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. When submitting an RSVP, please indicate which program (master's or PhD) you are interested in.
A Call for Submissions for the Fall 2009 issue of... Lettuce Turnip the Beets
A ‘zine published by the Society for Agriculture and Food Ecology (SAFE)
This Fall’s theme is: Reweaving the Community Food Web
We invite your articles, drawings, recipes, resource guides and any other creative input!
Check out our website, http://agrariana.org, for past issues
Submission deadline- Oct 23rd, 2009
Please email questions/submissions to
LettuceTurniptheBeSubmission deadline- Oct 23rd, 2009
Please email questions/submissions to