College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Undergraduate Research

April 6, 2012

Apr. 10 | Submit your paper to the Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics
Apr. 15 | Participate in ecological restoration research

Apr. 10 | Submit your paper to the Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics
The Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics invites you to submit original research papers, analytical essays, and translations of any length(from Latin or Greek.) Papers should be relevant to the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean world, written by undergraduates of all departments including Art History, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Anthropology, History, Comparative Literature, Near Eastern Studies, and Rhetoric.
Seeking Rigorous and Original Research Papers, Analytical Essays, and Translations of Any Length:
* Submissions must adhere to the Chicago style of documentation.
Please include the following in separate attachments:
* An abstract of no more than 250 words
* A cover page with title, author's name, email
address, major(s), university, date (of
paper written), and year of graduation.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: April 10th, 2012. PLEASE SEND SUBMISSIONS AND INQUIRIES TO: berkeleyUJC@gmail.com.


Apr. 15 | Participate in ecological restoration research

From June 18-30, 2012, the University of Oregon is offering Biology 469: Ecological Restoration, a 2-week, 4-credit summer field course. Students who have taken the course have enjoyed its outdoors, hands-on, practical nature, and many have progressed to internships, jobs, and academic programs with a restoration focus. The course has served students from about a dozen different universities, and it is open to students or recent graduates from any academic institution. Applications are now being accepted. They will be reviewed on April 15, with decisions by April 22. (Late applications will be accepted if the course is not full by April 22.) For more information, visit www.uoregon.edu/~ecolrest.