The SMCCCD FDIP aims to benefit both interns and mentors through mentorship, collaborative teaching, professional development workshops, and networking. The FDIP is a one semester program, but interns may apply to participate in the program for a second semester on the recommendation of the faculty mentor and approval of the Division Dean.
Participation in the FDIP requires a commitment of time and resources. Interns receive a $500 stipend and mentors receive compensation for 20 hours at the special rate on the appropriate salary schedule.
FDIP introduces participants to the community college environment and to the rich diversity of students attending the district colleges–Cañada College, College of San Mateo, and Skyline College. FDIP recruits interns in support of a wide range of community college disciplines (and especially for those disciplines for which there is an anticipated shortage of qualified faculty). FDIP enhances community college efforts toward building a diverse and representative faculty (Title 5, §53501).
The SMCCCD FDIP provides participants the following opportunities:
2. Collaborative Teaching
3. FDIP Workshops/Professional Development
4. Community College Networking
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Rising Tides, Rising Voices – A Panel on Climate Justice
April 23, 6-8pm RSVP: tinyurl.com/cjpanel
Students of Color Environmental Collective: Demystifying Grad School Panel
March 19,2018 4:30-6:30
Come join the Students of Color Environmental Collective for a conversation about grad school. We have invited a few grad students of color from ESPM, Geography and Integrated Biology to share their experiences in grad school and research!
One Health Student Initiative at UC Berkeley – Call for Research Posters
The One Health Student Initiative at UC Berkeley — a student organization focusing on the intersections between human, animal and environmental health — is planning their annual One Health / Planetary Health Symposium which will take place on Sunday April 15th, 2018 from 10am – 2pm, location Barrows 170.
Our theme for this year’s One Health / Planetary Health Symposium is “Climate and Health“. We are seeking undergraduate and graduate students to present on a research/ practicuum project that they have been involved in that is related to One Health (topics can include global health, infectious diseases, food and nutrition, environmental health, etc). The format of all presentation is as follows: 15 min PPT presentation, followed by 5 min of Q&A. Our goal for the conference is to create an environment in which faculty and student researchers may disseminate their research pertinent to global and domestic health issues of today to ultimately inspire change.
We ask that all students interested in presenting their research at the symposium fill out this form by April 4th, 11:59 pm: https://goo.gl/forms/YoFwwa07sZGSpfcS2
This event is free for all UC Berkeley/ UCSF students, staff, and faculty and is an excellent opportunity to network with faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students and learn more about research in fields of their interest. Food will be provided
This opportunity is open to undergraduate and graduate students from African countries holding a student VISA and enrolled in any of the ten UC campuses. Further details can be found in the attached flyer, and on the UCGHI Planetary Health COE website. The deadline for applications is Thursday, March 8, 2018 by 5:00pm PST.
The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Cooperative Extension is looking for undergraduate and graduate students from all UC campuses to get involved in extension programs related to agriculture, food and natural resources at UC ANR field offices across California. Visit our website for details on the program and application requirements.The deadline for applications has been extended through March12 at 5:00pm PST!