Remember how I mentioned stocking up on hot cocoa last week? I may have spoken too soon because it looks like we're back to beautiful days! I hope everyone did well on their first exams (and if not, it's always a chance to learn how to study and do better for the next one!) We have a few interesting announcements, events, and opportunities for you this week, including FREE tickets to College Night with the NJ Symphony Orchestra, an event for Commuter Tips, and the upcoming Passport To Student Success!
Late last week our very SASHP Bloggers Anya Volski and Hina Walajahi got sporty with us on swimming and rock climbing. If you read their stories and are now the Rutgers SAS Honors Blog's biggest fan, subscribe now and receive a notification for every new post by your fellow SASHPers!
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Would you like to help us choose the 2016 Summer Reading book? The first meeting of the Summer Reading Selection Committee will be at the SASHP "Tea with the Dean" this Thursday! All are welcome! If you would like to get involved, but cannot attend the Tea, please send an email to Dean Dentler at email@example.com.
Date: Thursday, October 15 at 4:30PM Place: SASHP Main Office, 35 College Ave, College Ave Campus Contact: 848-932-7964 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy Beethoven’s glorious Ninth Symphony with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra at the State Theater! The concert will be followed by an all-student party, complete with refreshments and entertainment!
For more info, please see the calendar event here.
Check out a lecture with Aimee Cox, Department of Anthropology, NYU, who will speak on "Your Obedience Will Protect you" and "Other Myths of Black Girlhood" as part of the Department of Anthropology's Fall 2015 Speaker Series.
Date: October 13, 2015 Time: 4:30 - 6:00pm Location: Meeting Room E, Douglass Student Center, Douglass Campus
Professor Randall Filer, Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY, presents "Measuring the Shadow Economy: Endogenous Switching Regression with Unobserved Separation" as part of the Empirical Microeconomics seminar series.
Date: Friday, October 16, 2015 at 2:00 - 3:30pm Place: NJ Hall, 75 Hamilton Street, 3rd Floor Library Contact: email@example.com
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ), Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute (RDI2), and the Institute for Biomedicine at Rutgers (iQB@R) invite you to Advances in Computational and Data Science for Investigative Discovery in Biology and Medicine. This exciting, cross disciplinary workshop for Rutgers researchers will focus on identifying research opportunities in the areas of computational and data-enabled biology and medicine, and exploring collaborations that can effectively respond to these opportunities. Advance registration requested please.
Date: Thursday, October 22 at 8:30am-4:30pm Place: Proteomics Bldg, Busch Campus Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nell Irvin Painter frequently explores issues of racial and gender identity and how they have figured into the history of America and the West. She will speak about the museum's current exhibition Melvin Edwards: Five Decades and sign copies of her most recent book, The History of White People, which guides audiences through more than 2000 years of Western civilization, illuminating not only the invention of race but the frequent praise of "whiteness."
The public event is free but requires prior registration. For registration and details, visit the webpage.
Date: Tuesday, October 27 at 5-7:30pm Place: Zimmerli Art Museum, College Ave Campus Contact: 848-932-7237
The Health Professions Office is proud to offer a Premedical Physician Shadowing Program at Saint Peter's University Hospital in New Brunswick. This program is open to Rutgers undergraduate students who have at least one year of residence as a student of Rutgers – New Brunswick/Piscataway. Candidates must have a minimum GPA of 3.6, have satisfactorily completed General Biology, General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry along with having a file with the Health Professions Office that contains at least two letters of recommendation.
The Russian Club at Rutgers is starting a new Russian Reading Circle! Whether you're a Russian major who can't get enough of Russian literature or you are completely new to it, you are invited to join! No knowledge of Russian or Russian literature required.
If you'd like to participate, come to the first meeting! If you have questions about the reading circle, please email the group leader, Toby Schofield at email@example.com.
Date: Tuesday, October 13 at 9:40PM Place: Room 219, Scott Hall, College Ave Campus Contact: Toby Schofield at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne E. Greb, MS., CGC., Director, Joan H. Marks Graduate Program in Human Genetics, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY
Genetic counselors work at the crossroads of medicine, technology and bioethics. They ascertain the usefulness of genetic technologies for individuals and their families and facilitate an informed decision-making process that elicits and respects the spectrum of personal beliefs and values that exist in society. Genetic counseling is a health care field that is growing faster than most other fields. Come and learn more about this very
Host: Gary Heiman and AUG (Association of Undergraduate Geneticists),
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2015, 12PM - 1PM Place: Auditorium, Life Sciences Building, 145 Bevier Road, Busch Campus, Piscataway, New Jersey Contact: 848-445-9576 or email@example.com