Updates From the Student Nutrition Advising Center
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Issue 4 Monday 2/22/16
Updates from Nita & Michelle
GRADUATING SENIORS: you do not need an appointment to fill out your Degree Audit Worksheet, Feel free to drop in.
More important spring 2016 dates and deadlines: http://registrar.arizona.edu/dates-and-deadlines/view-dates?field_display_term_value=161
Open Study Hours
This Week 2/22-2/26
- Mon, Feb 22: CLOSED
- Tues, Mar 1: 9:00- 12:00 & 1:00-4:00 (CLOSED 12:00-1:00)
- Wed, Mar 2: 9:00-4:00
- Thurs, Mar 3: 9:00-4:00
- Fri, Mar 4: 9:00-4:00
* The hours above indicate when the advising center is open for students to come in and study; this is not a walk-in advising schedule. For advising schedule please check Wise Advising. https://sbs.arizona.edu/advising/student/login.php?k= or click the button below.
NSC Tutoring Hours by Appointment
OFFERING SUPPORT IN...
- Various Nutrition Courses
- General Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
*Tutoring services are available on a first-come first-served basis at no additional cost to the student.
Deadline April 1st for 2016-17 Academic Year
CALS scholarships are accepting applications NOW! Many of these do not require a minimum GPA so there is no excuse for not applying! It’s just like the lottery: You can’t win, if you don’t play!
To apply for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences scholarships, you must follow these five steps. For questions regarding these steps, contact the Scholarship Universe team at OSFA-SU@email.arizona.edu.
^^^ Click here to schedule your advising or tutoring appointment today! ^^^
THE SNAC TEAM
Nutritional Sciences Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Nutritional Sciences Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Nutritional Sciences Nutritional Sciences Tutor
UPCOMING EVENTS IN SNAC
UA Program for Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising 2016
Does your academic advisor deserve special recognition for his or her outstanding work?
Then nominate your advisor for a university-wide advising award!
- Write a short statement that describes why your academic advisor deserves to be recognized and the characteristics that distinguishes him or her as outstanding. Send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5:00 p.m. March 11, 2016
- Include your academic advisor's name and your full name and email address.
More information at www.advising.arizona.edu
Pizza with a Professional: Exploring Careers in the Health Professions
Monday, Feb. 22nd, 12-1:30pm
Student Union Memorial Center: Kiva Room
Enjoy free pizza and learn about different health professions
- Physical Therapy (PT)
- Occupational Therapy (OT)
- Physician Assistant (PA)
- Physician (MD)
RSVP (Limited Seats Available)
How to Craft a Resume, Interview, and Get a Job
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, 2:30pm
CALS Career Center Boardroom (Forbes 202)
AXA advisors will be available to discuss resumes, the interviewing process (the good, the bad, and the ugly), and real life experiences.
Join them in this interactive conversation!
Tenth Annual HOPE Career Expo
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, 10am-2pm
Tucson-Inn Suits, Downtown Tucson
Our Goal: Our goal is to promote careers in social services and behavioral health.
HOPE Expo is a workforce development collaborative effort among human services/behavioral health agencies in Southern Arizona and local academic institutions.
Who should attend the expo?
- Job seekers interested in a career in human services/social work and the behavioral health field; or
- Students interested in an internship with a local agency; or
- If you are thinking of going back to school and want to learn about educational programs that would lead to a career in human services/behavioral health.
For more information: http://ssw.asu.edu/tucson/hope-career
Thursday, April 14th, 9:30am
Student Union Grand Ballroom
Then we need you to exhibit at STEAMworks, on April 14, 2016 at the Student Union Grand Ballroom!
Save the date! STEAMworks is a one day-exhibition to engage high school, Pima Community College, and UA undergraduate students in hands-on demonstrations of STEAM technologies and expose them to exciting study and career possibilities.
Apply to exhibit at steamworks.arizona.edu
Not interested in exhibiting, but want to volunteer? Sign up to volunteer at
http://steamworks.arizona.edu/volunteer and tell us how you can help!
Annual Health Expo
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, 1-3pm
Student Union Memorial Center, Tucson, AZ, United States Grand Ball Room
he following health related areas will be represented at the 2016 Expo on Tues., February 23rd:
- Alternative Medicine
- Biological or Health Related Master’s Programs
- DO/DO PhD
- Financial Assistance
- MD/MD PhD
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Physician Assistant
- Pima Community College Certificate Programs:
- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
- Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
- Pharm Technologist
- Test Preparation
- Volunteer Opportunities
Nutrition Club Meeting
Thursday, Feb. 25th, 5pm
SNAC (Shantz 238)
CORRECTION: Nutrition club meetings will be held every other Thursday at 5:00pm in SNAC this semester. (Previous announced as 4:00pm meeting time)
- Club dues=$10
- Club Shirts=$15
- Water bottles=$10
Spring 2016 Responsible Conduct of Research Workshops
Spring 2016 Workshop Schedule:
The Office for Research & Discovery is pleased to announce the spring schedule of Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) workshops. These interactive, discussion-based workshops are open to all of campus, and designed specifically for graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and early career faculty. All workshops count towards fulfillment of RCR training requirements from the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
Thursday, March 3, 2:00-2:30pm, Tucson: AHSC 3230 | Phoenix: HSEB C402
Tuesday, March 8, 11:00am-12:30pm, Student Union, Ventana Room ?
Thursday, March 24, 1:00-2:30pm, BIO5/Thomas Keating Building, Room 103?
Two sessions offered:
Wednesday, March 30, 1:00-2:30pm, BIO5/Thomas Keating Building, Room 103
Thursday, April 14, 2-3:30pm, Tucson: AHSC 3230 | Phoenix: HSEB C402
Thursday, March 31, 2:00-3:30pm, Tucson: AHSC 3230 | Phoenix: HSEB C402
Wednesday, April 13, 11:00am-12:30pm, Student Union, Ventana Room
Tuesday, April 19, 1:00-2:30pm, Student Union, Catalina Room
Thursday, May 5, 2:00-3:30pm, Tucson: AHSC 3230 | Phoenix: HSEB C402
Are You An International Student?
Free workshops for international students.
No sign-up needed
Thursday, March 10- Ask a Wildcat: Writing Success: Quick Tips and Resources
Thursday, March 24- Ask a Wildcat: What should I know about American-style interviews?
Thursday, April 7- Ask a Wildcat: How to Most Effectively Utilize the Writing Center
Leadership Honors Bootcamp (APPLICATION DUE MARCH 1ST!)
Sunday, May 22nd, 12am to Friday, May 27th, 12am
1731 New Hampshire Avenue Northwest
Nominations are due by March 1st and space is limited. After a review of the nominations, you will receive an enrollment form. Please view the nomination form attached.
*Please contact an NSC adviser if you are seriously considering this program as we can help identify funds to help with travel expenses*
Additional information is available at www.leadershiphonorsbootcome.net . Should you have any questions please contact the Director of Leadership Honors Bootcamp Nancy White at mailto:email@example.com or 602.509.0630
Volunteer for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
There are two ways you can volunteer for the Race:
1. We are always looking for volunteers to help with pre-Race planning, organization and marketing. If you are interested in helping us pre-Race, please fill out this volunteer application.
2. It takes hundreds on Race day (March 6th) to provide the best experience to our participants.
If you are interested in volunteering on Race day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, more information can be found here:
Women In Medicine & Science (WIMS)
the first program at the University of Arizona and ASUA recognized club specifically dedicated to promoting and enhancing women's experiences in medicine and all related sciences.
This program's website, attached below, includes all of the extraordinary opportunities this organization has to offer! Among these many opportunities, members gain access to numerous shadowing and research opportunities, network with prestigious physicians and professors, and gain insight on the struggles and setbacks experienced by many women exploring the sciences today.
If you are interested in furthering your education on women-related challenges and would like guidance on issues such as how to get involved in shadowing and undergraduate research opportunities, apply and submit the attached online application or visit the website below to learn more about our organization! The application deadline is March 1, 2016
Food Corps Application Open
If you are looking to serve your community, help kids get excited about vegetables, learn new skills, and become part of a network of food change makers around the country, then this opportunity is for YOU. Please tell your friends! www.foodcorps.org/app
Volunteer in Peru this Summer 2016!
VOLUNTEER IN PERU THIS SUMMER 2016!
IChange Peru is looking for volunteers interested in Health, Social Work, Education, Music and more!
Impact the underprivileged communities of Peru.
Learn about the culture while gaining professional experience.
Explore one of the world's most diverse countries and it's spectacular beauty.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2016
Info Sessions at University of Arizona:
March 1 6pm Pima Room (Student Union)
March 15 6pm Pima Room (Student Union)
April 19 6pm Pima Room (Student Union)
May 3 6pm Pima Room (Student Union)
May 17 6pm Pima Room (Student Union)
The Learning Curve
Thursdays: April 7th, 14th, and 21st from 3:30-4:45 p.m.
*Note- the series involves attendance at three consecutive sessions with a professional Learning Specialist (students will either attend the first three sessions or the second set of sessions, but not both). This is a fee based service billed directly to your Bursar Account. The cost for three sessions is $95.
To register or if you have questions contact Cassandra Hirdes at email@example.com or 520-626-8017.
Student NEEDED on Research Project - METLAB
Global Student Embassy - Summer Trip to Nicaragua
A small group of 15-20 U of A students will be taken to Nicaragua for two weeks over the summer to do agricultural and public health work.There they will work with local students and professionals to promote and implement sustainable agriculture and environmental awareness, as well as, work with a local clinic to provide nutrition classes to expectant mothers.
Register at : www.globalstudentembassy.org/uofa
More Information at: www.globalstudentembassy.org/uofa
Intern Role at Tucson Village Farm
The intern in this role must have the desire to learn and willingness to work hard.
-Various CALS Majors
-Sophomore or higher
-2.5 GPA or higher
Experience: No experience necessary.
Description: We have two main positions, one that is focused on education and teaching youth gardening and nutrition and the other is actually working on an urban farm. The farm internship hours are somewhat flexible. Farm interns will learn and practice organic farming techniques, integrative pest management, weed management, harvesting and distribution, and many other skills that accompany small-scale arid lands food production. The educational programs are T-W-TH from 8-12. Education interns will teach youth ages K-12 our gardening and nutrition curriculum during our Growing Forward field trip program.
Compensation: While we currently don’t have funding to pay our interns, academic credit is possible and is determined by the home department. It can be possible to receive elective credit and to do so. An intern would work with Nancy Rodriguez Lorta, firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Process: To apply to be a TVF Intern, email Elizabeth Sparks with a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Paid Summer Internship Opportunity
Occupational Health Internship Program: Gain Hands-On Experience with Workplace Safety & Health Issues
Internship Dates: June 13 - August 12, 2016
Deadline to Apply: Friday, February 19, 2016 (Applicants Notified by mid/late March)
The Occupational Health Internship Program (OHIP) is a national summer program dedicated to help students learn about the field of occupational safety and health (OSH) from those most at stake: working people. Since 2004, OHIP has played a key role in training, mentoring, and inspiring a new generation of OSH professionals to prevent job injury and disease through partnerships with worker and community based organizations. A project of the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics (AOEC), OHIP has training sites in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Boston, New Orleans and our newest sites in Lincoln, NE, Metro Washington, DC/Maryland area, and Ardmore, OK. New sites may be announced. Our 2015 projects included the investigation of musculoskeletal disorders and other H&S concerns among hotel housekeepers, the examination of workplace H&S issues among immigrant workers in the dairy agriculture industry, the investigation of OHS hazards of temporary work in manufacturing and warehouse settings, and the investigation of Latino immigrant workers’ conditions in SE Louisiana shipyards.
Teams of two students are placed with a union or worker organization to investigate job-related health and safety problems among workers, often employed in an under-served or a high hazard job. Projects are designed to maximize interaction between workers and students. OHIP is an applied research experience, where students learn about the OSH field from the workers’ perspective. Project work emphasizes worker interviews and worksite evaluations. At the end of the project, teams provide a “give back” product to the workers and their
host union/worker organization, present their project at a national NIOSH videoconference, and produce a final report. Commitment is full-time, including possible evenings or weekends.
Graduate and undergraduate students can apply; some stipends are restricted to US citizens. Non-US citizens must supply documentation of permission to work in the US. Undergraduates must have completed two years, preferably in a field related to public health, environmental studies, or public policy. Graduate students in public health, medicine, nursing, or a related field are encouraged to apply. Recent graduates cannot be out of school for more than six months prior to the start of OHIP (i.e. students are not eligible if they graduated prior to
December of 2015). We are looking for students with experience or interest in working with unions or social justice organizations, are organized and self-starting, have good team skills and ideally speak a second language such as Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, etc. We encourage underrepresented minority students to apply.
Undergraduate Students = $4,000 stipend
Graduate Students = $5,200 stipend
For eligibility info, on-line application and program details go to www.aoec.org/ohip. Additional questions?
Contact administrator coordinator Ingrid Denis (firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-888-347-2632). For further program
information, visit www.aoec.org/ohip or email program coordinator Sarah Jacobs (email@example.com).
Global Medical Brigades
Medical brigade volunteers set up clinics in rural communities in either Honduras, Panamá and Nicaragua to provide health care where access is limited. Brigaders are given the opportunity to shadow licensed health care professionals while learning about cultures abroad. A typical Medical Brigade clinic consists of six stations: Intake, Triage, Consultation, Dental, Charla (health education), and Pharmacy. For every student who volunteers on a brigade, sixty patients can see a doctor who otherwise would not be able to. We currently have vacant spots on one of our brigades-Nicaragua in the beginning of summer.
If you are intereste, email our secretary, Esmeralda Carrasco, at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or further instructions.
Resources & Support
Monies available to student parents, to help pay for qualifying child care in Arizona!
Life & Work Connections: Qualifying Child Care Assistance for Students
· In collaboration with campus partners, visit http://www.lifework.arizona.edu/cc/student_child_care_subsidy_program on accessing UA Life & Work Connections’ Student Child Care and Housing Subsidy Program. The program is designed to help students pay for specific, school-related child care expenses in Arizona. Email email@example.com if there are questions.