The ASC Career Trek: MEDPACE event is occurring on March 13th during spring break from 1:00pm to 3:30pm in Cincinnati.
This event will include:
-A tour of the MedPace Facility
-Information about multiple job opportunities
-A Chance to observe a Clinical Research Associate working with medical staff
-A Q&A session
Medpace has space for 45 life science students to participate in this event! Their preference is for juniors, seniors and graduate students, but freshmen & sophomores are welcome to register as well.
Students will need to provide their own transportation to and from the event. Priority registration is February 16th. Students who register prior to February 16, 2019 will be notified of acceptance to the Medpace Career Trek by February 22nd. Applicants who apply after February 16, 2019 will still be considered on a rolling basis. You can apply on Handshake here.
After you RSVP for this event, you will receive an email with further details on how to complete your registration for the Medpace Career Trek. Please feel free to email Jeremy Hale, Assistant Director of Industry Connections with questions: email@example.com.
Have you considered studying abroad? What about this school year?
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If you are interested in studying sciences in another country then Biology 4798, Scientific Roots in the UK and EU, is for you! Students will be able to learn during the semester in Columbus about scientific breakthroughs that occurred in England and the EU, and then for spring break take a trip to visit the locations and landmarks associated with those discoveries. Each student will have research projects including the Royal Society, HMS Endeavour, Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Kew Gardens, and Cambridge University. There will be a final project where students will get to report and present their findings.
Locations visited over Spring break: London, Cambridge, Lyme Regis, Paris
This is a great opportunity to get started in study abroad, if that is in your plans for the future. Any opportunity to study abroad is an opportunity to learn more and be enriched by other cultures. You will get the opportunity to visit both London, England and for the first time Paris, France as well!
IF enough students enroll this course will be offered in the spring.
While in the past this course has focused on Biology, it has been modified to include both Chemistry and Physics.
To find out more about this trip (application, prerequisites, etc…) visit: Scientific Roots in the UK and EU
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Studying abroad is a valuable and exciting part of an undergraduate experience. When pursuing any study abroad opportunity, be sure to check in with an advisor to address any academic or financial implications of a semester abroad. Bon voyage!