NEW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY!
Judges needed for Undergraduate Research Forum
Friday April 15, 2016 from 11 AM – 3 PM. Volunteer shifts from 1 hour+.
Texas Union, parking provided.
The Undergraduate Research Forum kicks-off UT's Research Week and offers students a chance to showcase their findings. 50 judges from all backgrounds are needed to evaluate 240+ student poster presentations.
Judges commit to at least one hour to listen to undergraduate students’ presentations, ask questions and learn about their cutting-edge research. Judges will receive rubrics to track and assess students’ presentations. Your participation helps students practice and strengthen their science-communication skills.
Sign Up HERE, Deadline: April 1st
Questions? Contact: Lynda Gonzales, email@example.com or 512-232-8345
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Whether you are new in the workforce or have years of experience, and have an hour or more, please know that your support is a great treasure to the College of Natural Sciences. As we identify opportunities for alumni to engage with the college and its students, we invite you to let us know of your volunteer interests.
Completing this questionnaire is not a binding obligation on your part, but rather a way for us to know of the kinds of volunteer opportunities that interest you. We’ll let you know of any opportunity that matches up with your interest, industry, and location.
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Janis VanderBerg, Director
Office of Constituent and Alumni Relations