College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Upcoming CNR Events 3/5/10

March 5, 2010

I. Student Dietetic Association's Nutritional Science Workshop
II. SPUR Summer Deadlines
III. CNR Poster Session

I. Student Dietetic Association's Nutritional Science Workshop
Are you trying to decide what major or minor is right for you? Are you majoring in nutrition and trying to decide whether to choose the dietetics or physiology and metabolism track? Do you want more information on what you can do with a major in nutrition and what classes you should be taking?

Then, Berkeley's Student Dietetic Association has an event just for you! Come to SDA’s Nutritional Science Workshop on Monday, March 8th at 6PM in 138 Morgan and learn about the two different tracks, the minor, what you can do with them after graduation, what classes to take, and more! The workshop is FREE and open to all interested Cal students.

For more information about the event or if you are interested in joining SDA, email or visit or join the SDA facebook group!

II. SPUR Summer Deadlines
Each semester and summer, CNR faculty and students are encouraged to collaborate on research. Generous funding by CNR Alumni allow us to fund Faculty Projects and Student Initiated Projects through the CNR Sponsored Projects for Undergraduate Research
program. For details about SPUR:

SPUR Student Initiated Projects
Juniors and Seniors may begin submitting proposals now, deadline 3/29, 5 PM .

SPUR Faculty Projects, open to Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
Faculty Projects will be posted 4/1. Student may apply 4/1-4/9, 5 PM.

Tuesday, 3/9, 12:15-1:00, 260 Mulford
Friday, 3/12, 12:15-12:45, 260 Mulford
Wednesday, 3/17, 10:10-10:45, 260 Mulford

If you have any questions and cannot attend an Info Session, please contact Susan Kishi, or at 643-9479.

III. CNR Poster Session
Date:Wed. 4/14
Time: 11-1pm
Location: Morgan Hall Lounge

Registration deadline: 4/6
POSTER TRAINING: Fri., 3/12, 2:00-3:00, 260 Mulford

For information and to register:

Each year CNR undergraduates are encouraged to share their research with the CNR community. If you have been involved in a research project and would like to share your research, consider presenting a Research Poster at the CNR Poster Session. If you have been working on a SPUR project, Independent Research, Honors, or a Summer Research Experience, please consider sharing your findings. Although many of the projects presented are complete, students are very welcome to submit works in progress as well.

This is an opportunity to:
- Gain communication and presentation skills
- Learn to summarize your research, an integral part of scholarship
- Get recognition for your hard work on a research project
- Have the chance to discuss your project with others who share your interests
- Give the local community a chance to learn about the exciting research being done by you, a fabulous undergraduate.
- Get a Certificate of Participation
- Add another great experience to your professional resume.
- Enter to win a prize for the best poster.
- Have the chance to showcase you poster later on Cal Day for viewing by new and prospective students


QUESTIONS? Contact Susan Kishi,, 643-9479