FSU Biology Advising Office

FSU Biology Advising Office


The Master of Public Health will be having an Open House this Friday, March 29th.

The event will be in in 150E Bellamy
Time: 12:30p – 3:00p
Lunch food will be provided!

RSVP here: bit.ly/mphfsu

It’s a “come and go” event with tables set up to discuss the curriculum of the program, internships, and student involvement.
Additionally, faculty members and current MPH students will be there to answer questions!
3 DAYS LEFT TO SAVE $250....Have you registered yet??
Spring MCAT Class at FSU (Mon & Wed evenings 6-10pm) Feb 9th - April 15th. Register NOW and SAVE $250 :
Come learn about the FSU Master of Public Health!
Get to know about the program, ask questions to current MPH students at the graduate student panel and meet with faculty!

FSU MPH Open House:
When: October 5th, 2018 | 9a – 12p
Where: DeVoe Moore Center (150E Bellamy Building)

RSVP HERE: http://www.bit.ly/FSUMPH

For questions please email: [email protected]

“The focus of Public Health is the health of the community! Public Health professionals help to prevent illness by promoting wellness and improving everything that impacts health — from housing, education and income to community design, transportation and our environment.
MPH degree graduates will be trained principally as health policy analysts. They will have a rich background in epidemiology, health economics, health behavior, health administration, health policy and policy analysis, and statistical and qualitative analytic skills.

Our program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health”

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Please be advised that while we post information on jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities from institutions outside of FSU, we can not vouch for their veracity.

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Life Sciences Internship Opportunity

QuarryBio is a Tallahassee-based Life Sciences company looking for interns eager to gain “real
world” experience in a research oriented commercial biotech lab. We are seeking motivated
and self-driven individuals to be an integral part of our research team. Interns will not be simply
a “pair of hands” as we will develop your research and lab skills with the ultimate goal of
enabling you to plan and execute your own experimental programs.
The areas of experimental focus:
- Development of a novel clinical diagnostic test to detect injury in the GI tract of patients
- Extraction, isolation, and characterization of specific target proteins from natural
- Analysis of protein binding interactions using both cell cultures as well as purified
As an intern, you will be given sufficient training to execute all aspects of experimental plans,
and will receive hands-on mentorship to enable you to eventually assume ownership over your
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- To understand the short and long term goals for the experimental program
- To learn how to perform the various laboratory techniques required for the
experimental program
- To execute experimental plans developed in partnership with your mentor and
document results
- To eventually be able to develop your own short and long-term experimental plans
- To develop and deliver presentations summarizing outcomes from work performed
- 12-15 hours a week, with the weekly schedule details being flexible
- Pay is $12/hour
Qualifications and Education:
- Self-driven and able to work independently
- Should have good written and oral communication skills
- Pursuing degree in chemistry, engineering, or a life-sciences related field (minimum GPA
of 3.0)
- Previous lab experience not required
Please send inquiries to [email protected]


Goldwater/FSU Alumnus Q&A.

On Wednesday, Sept. 7th, at 3:00 p.m. ET the Office of National Fellowships will be hosting a virtual Q&A discussion with Trystan Loustau, one of our 2021 Goldwater Scholars, who will be discussing her research, experience applying to Goldwater, and how it impacted her senior year and beyond. We are extremely excited to host Trystan and we hope that by sharing her experience it will continue to drum up excitement for this year's application cycle!

Here is the link for the Zoom Q&A:

Photos from FSU Biology Advising Office's post 08/30/2022

Summer 2023. Biology in London program.
Participating students need to be eligible to take General Genetics and Human Physiology. Applications open September 7. More information available here:



Fall 2022 Whiteboard Time! Please make sure to get all the big dates on YOUR calendar and speak with the advising office if you have any questions!

👩‍💻The best way to reach us is by email -- [email protected] is a central email checked by all advisors. Sending individual emails to all advising members may slow down our response time.
💻 Drop-in hours (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until noon, and Fridays from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🖱 Scheduled appointments (in person or via Zoom) are available Monday through Thursday, from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🌻 Please use Campus Connect for all meetings (scheduled or drop-in).
Undergraduate Advising at FSU: https://advising.fsu.edu/undergraduate-advising

We look forward to seeing you! 😊
-The Biology Advising Team


The Department of Biological Science would like to invite exemplary undergraduate Biological Science majors to apply for departmental scholarships and funding.

View the criteria and application requirements for the available scholarships on the Biology Graduate Studies website: https://www.bio.fsu.edu/grad/ug_scholarships/. Applications will open for the Fall 2022 cycle on August 15, 2022, so it is highly encouraged that you review the application requirements and begin compiling your applications as soon as possible. The application deadline is September 15th and all applications must be submitted on the FS4U website: https://fsu.academicworks.com/.

If you are not able to find an award on FS4U, please reach out to April Wooten ([email protected]) for assistance finding the application page or submitting application materials.

Please be sure to communicate with your faculty advisor or professors about what awards you are applying for and to remind them to write you a letter of support. If you have any additional questions or would like more information about the 2022 Biological Science Scholarships and Awards cycle, please reach out to April Wooten ([email protected]).


THIS THURSDAY EVENING Social Networking Event.
August 2022 Tallahassee Area Association of Environmental Professionals (TAAEP) Social.
We are excited to have you join us at an in-person social at Growler Country on Thursday August 18th at 5:30 pm.

Attendees will receive 1 free drink ticket courtesy of our Platinum Sponsors, Lewis, Longman, and Walker, P.A. and Gunster Florida's Law Firm for Business. Appetizers will also be available. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Students are FREE to attend (food and drinks included).

Everyone is welcome! Anyone planning to attend, please make sure to register on our website: https://faep-tally.com

Growler Country
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Thursday, August 18, 2022
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM


The North Florida Wildlife Center is now accepting volunteer/intern applications for Fall 2022! If you are looking to spend your time making a difference in the world, working closely with wildlife, and gaining invaluable experience, then this is your opportunity. Applicants must be 18+ years old (or applying through a school program), able to commit to 8+ hours/week, work outdoors year round, work in a team environment, speak with visitors, and learn quickly. If you would like to join our team, please email your resume and interests to [email protected] to get started! We can't wait to work with you! Learn more by visiting www.northfloridawildlife.org


Internship in Conservation Lands Stewardship
Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast 400 Palmetto Avenue, Osprey, Florida 34229

Contact Information:
Lee Amos, Land Stewardship Manager 941-918-2100
[email protected] www.conservationfoundation.com

Start Date: Approximately May 23, 2022
End Date: Approximately August 19, 2022
Workload: Hours and schedules will be determined with individual applicants. This position may be
part-time or full time. Additional opportunities may be available in the fall and spring, funding

Short Description: Conservation Foundation is a regional not-for-profit working in Southwest
Florida to protect land for the benefit of people and nature. Ensuring the well-being of natural
resources and managing public access are the primary responsibilities of land managers working for
State (e.g. FL State Parks), local (e.g. County Parks), and private conservation entities (e.g.
Conservation Foundation). Conservation Foundation stewards twenty conservation areas in four
counties. Land stewardship is coordinated by Land Stewardship Manager Lee Amos and Land Steward
John Besson, who will involve interns in the monitoring and management of Foundation properties.
Specific opportunities include, but are not limited to:
1) Participating in land management & restoration
2) Monitoring conservation areas
3) Monitoring wildlife populations
4) Public outreach through social media, volunteer events, or guided tours
Through this program, student interns will gain a better understanding of conservation lands
management – threats, opportunities and solutions related to natural resource protection on
properties owned and protected by Conservation Foundation or local government.

Specific skills or qualifications required for this position:
Ability to swim; willingness to work in difficult outdoor environments such as mangrove swamps and
pine flatwoods in hot, buggy conditions; positive attitude; willingness to learn; demonstrated
interest in environmental protection and study; ability to research and write about conservation
biology. Knowledge or interest in botany is recommended.

Payment: $15/hour

Application Details: Please send a resume and cover letter to Lee Amos,
[email protected]. Position will remain open until filled.

Workshops | Academic Center for Excellence 05/09/2022

Workshops | Academic Center for Excellence

Summer 2022 Workshops at ACE.


Workshops | Academic Center for Excellence The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) offers workshops on topics that are critical to academic success. The program is designed to provide students with an interactive opportunity to learn about and develop the academic skills and personal attributes needed to be successful at the college level.....


Summer 2022 Whiteboard Time! Please make sure to get all the big dates on YOUR calendar and speak with the advising office if you have any questions!
🐸 For the most up-to-date information regarding advising times and other office announcements please make sure to check our booking site (https://biologyadvising.youcanbook.me) and this page.
👩‍💻The best way to reach us is by email -- [email protected] is a central email checked by all advisors. Sending individual emails to all advising members may slow down our response time.
💻 Remote and in-person walk-ins are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM until noon, and Fridays from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🖱 Virtual appointments are available Monday through Thursday, from 1:30 PM until 4 PM.
🌻 To attend an advising session, please find the walk-in Zoom check-in link or virtual appointment information at our booking site (https://biologyadvising.youcanbook.me).
We look forward to seeing you! 😊
-The Biology Advising Team


FSU Football Recruiting is looking for new student assistants.
The position will run May 2022 – December 2022 with the opportunity for internship credit after the first semester.
Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScYfcGUb8xmOz8CeCQM9RKEBUFm-kS_dK0lxWu8gtAXTHYk_g/viewform

TAAEP - Home Page 04/19/2022

TAAEP - Home Page

Social Networking Event for Environmental Professionals.
The Student Liaison for the Tallahassee Area Association of Environmental Professionals (TAAEP) is hosting a social networking event THIS Thursday April 18th from 5:30-7:30pm at Momo’s on Pensacola Street. Students are FREE to attend (food and drinks included).

Everyone is welcome! Anyone planning to attend, please make sure to register on our website https://faep-tally.com

TAAEP - Home Page The FAEP is an interdisciplinary association of environmental professionals in Florida.  We offer a forum in which the state-of-the-art environmental planning, research, and management is advanced.  The FAEP is a focal point for objectivity, ethical standards and technical excellence in our di...

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