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Student organization at LBCC for all student interested in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math
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2015 Symposium a great success! Thank you to all the student that attended the event on behalf of LBCC.
Meeting Tomorrow 10/9/15 at 12:30 pm in V225. See you there
Meeting on Friday at Noon at the Veteran Services Office.
Are you a Community College STUDENT?? Do you want to TRANSFER?? You are invited to the UCLA STOMP Conference that is on Friday April 25th!!
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The Center to Eliminate Cancer Health Disparities at the Charles Drew University (CDU) and the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCLA (UCLA) are hosting a great summer internship opportunity for undergraduate students.
The Undergraduate Cancer Research Training Program (UCRTP) is a summer internship to train undergraduates in technical and critical thinking skills in a laboratory, clinical, or community setting. The goal of the UCRTP is to ensure that each undergraduate student acquires the knowledge, skills, and attitude to become a proficient researcher in cancer research. Research topics include but are not limited to molecular, cell, developmental biology and genetics of cancer; the influence of lifestyle choices, diet, and exercise on cancer risk; and translating basic research into cancer therapeutic agents. Each student intern acquires training by working on a hypothesis-driven scientific research project, at CDU or UCLA, alongside a designated mentor during the course of 8-12 weeks. A stipend is provided to students in the program. The internship is competitive, and applications are due on March 1, 2014.
This is a great opportunity for students to gain research experience so please feel free to forward this information among your students, faculty, and interested programs. The UCRTP brochure is attached to this email which can be posted or distributed to others who might be interested in hearing more about our program. We can mail you printed materials if you are interested in keeping them on file or display. We are also happy to come and present the program information during internship or job fairs coming up. Please see the link below for more information about the program and how students may submit an online application:
Thank you for your time, and for any efforts you take to disseminate information about UCRTP. It truly is a great opportunity for any undergraduate contemplating a career in biomedical research. Please feel free to contact me for more information.
May Santiago Ong, PhD
UCRTP Program Coordinator
Division of Cancer Research and Training
Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science
1731 E. 120th St., Los Angeles, CA 90059
CDU/UCLA Cancer Center Partnership to Eliminate Cancer Health Disparities
NCI/NIH Grant # U54 CA 43931
JOIN A CLUB DAY, TODAY. STOP BY THE BOOTH
Construction started in the Parking Lot J for the new Math/Tech Bldg. The parking structure will have parking availble, but once it is full, there will be parking available by the Veterans Stadium. There is a shuttle that stops at the Veterans Stadium Parking and takes students to the front of the D bldg.
Best of luck to all LBCC students for this week of finals! Go Vikings!
Pictures and videos from yesterday's MAES-CLA banquet will be posted this weekend. Congratulations to the new board members for next semester. Good luck on upcoming finals everyone.
To avoid lots of information given all on one day a week before Spring Break (1 week of April), we'll introduce the event schedule for our Science Extravaganza (April 12, 2013) at tomorrow's MAES meeting. I'll send out the schedule to those not attending the meeting later on in the day.
We hope to have all the event details completed by this week so that next week we can focus on preparing as a group. Good luck in your studies.
Today is the last day for those that may apply for the FAFSA to do so and still qualify for the Cal Grant.
Today is the last day for those that may apply for the California Dream Act Application.
It was a productive day of recruiting. Thank you to everyone who came out to support us today at join a club day.
A new semester is here students, plan goals for yourselves and work diligently to accomplish them. Best of luck to all.
Remember LBCC Students, tomorrow Jan 25th at 11am will be the new Officer's training for the spring semester 2013.
Let's make 2013 a year to remember. Thank you to everyone who has supported the LBCC MAES Chapter throughout the continuous growth in members and activities. Best of luck to everyone for this new year.
MAES Banquet 2012, good times!
MAES/CLA BANQUET TODAY, 5:30 pm
Remember to send your vote to our advisor before midnight today. The ballot was sent to your email.
LBCC MAES will have its last meeting of the semester today at 1:00pm in D352 at the Liberal Arts Campus. We will go over a few announcements as we will have a short meeting today.
Good luck with your studies and the best on your prep for Finals!
Make sure to keep up with our emails that include our club's announcements, minutes from our meetings. Our email is [email protected]
You are cordially invited the MAES Banquet on Saturday, December 15 at 5:30 pm in downtown Long Beach. The Main Dish is provided, RIBS, but all attendees are asked to participate in the potluck by bringing a food dish that may feed at least 10 persons. We will also have a white elephant gift exchange. To participate please bring a wrapped gift with a value no greater than $10. To coordinate the items please contact Reyna Vital at [email protected].
Agenda for the evening:
Installation of the new MEAS board
Games and white elephant gift exchange.
As we approach the end of the semester, we want to cap off some goals before the Thanksgiving break. We are progressing with planning for Science Extravaganza, and at this time while we are pending assurance from the Associated Student Body on any new details, we wanted to still consider planning our experiments.
Past few weeks, we've had ideas of experiments and would like to encourage you guys to attend tomorrow's meeting. We will start as usual, and set time aside at the end to perform some experiments.
We are still open to any ideas, opinions, suggestions for experiments, So feel free to stop by tomorrow. Our meeting is at D352 at the Liberal Arts Campus. meeting start at 1pm. Our email is [email protected]
We included the experiments we have in mind in the previous minutes from the meeting held on 11/5 if you are unsure of the experiments we are planning
LBCC Scholarship application is due on December 7, but why wait submit the application today! http://www.lbcc.edu/scholarship/
Long Beach City College More than 700 scholarships are given each year, making our scholarship program one of the largest of all community colleges in California. Students are required to only fill out one application and the scholarship committee will match you with the appropriate scholarship, if you are eligible.
We wore our MAES shirts yesterday! Did you?
We are encouraging everyone to wear their MAES shirts today. We are celebrating the pride of being involved with MAES across the nation. Spread the word and spread MAES!
Sunday, the last day of the weekend. Also, Sunday is the day we came back home from the MAES National Symposium. While driving back, through the dessert, time begged for personal reflection.
Workshops: Were awesome!
Career Fair: Enhancing
Food: ...come on. You don't have to ask!
College Decathlon: Greatest experience ever!
Come to our meeting so we can tell you all about it.
Tuesday, 1pm, Room D352.
Long Beach City College, Liberal Arts Campus.
I had trouble condensing my thoughts into a few words
Science Extravaganza Chair
After having started in the Fall of 2009, the MAES Chapter at Long Beach City College has made a commitment to leaving a mark as the first student organization to do a science event. To MAES, this means a Science Extravaganza! The student-members understand the importance of outreach to young students in the middle and high school academic levels. They have walked into their school hallways, and stepped into their classrooms to talk about their passion for their major in such mathematical days like “Pi”-day.
Long Beach City College has contemplated too much, and has initiated the planning of their first Science Extravaganza! This is huge for the LBCC chapter. The Science Extravaganza is not just any event on the agenda. The student-members ideas and efforts to make this event a success exceeds the magnitude of all of their enthusiasm of previous events combined. Not because the other events were lesser in value, but because a Science Extravaganza at LBCC is great step to making the Familia bigger. Being so, the student-members have engulfed into the philosophy of MAES outreach to its purest level.
The outcome that we want from our first Science Extravaganza is quite simple. We want to touch our student-members by having them understand the importance of doing these kind of events, now and in the future. Finally, we want to have our visiting students leave with the idea to pursue careers like us, and with the hope that they will do the same in the future.
These are some of the members that will make our Science Extravaganza happen at LBCC.
LBCC has arrived at the MAES Symposium! Finally arrived in Las Vegas
Remember, parking at LBCC is no longer free. Please purchase your parking permit or day pass.
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