Calling all Nature Lovers!
The Design and Articulture Club is looking for enthusiastic, hard working, and involved students to join our award winning organization to help build our educational display at the Philadelphia Flower Show.
We combine Landscape Design, Leadership, and Art to create an exhibit with a $10,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Horticulture Society. We are an award winning multi-disciplinary organization here on campus that is focused on designing, building, and displaying an exhibit at the International Philadelphia Flower Show every year.
This organization is a great way to get involved on campus, while gaining leadership experience and organizational skills. There are so many ways to get involved in our organization no matter what major.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please contact Tess Strayer, the 2016-2017 Club President, at email@example.com for more information. There will be a general membership meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20th at 7:00 pm in 048 Memorial Hall.
Hope to see you there!
The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship, will be hosting a Fall Open House at the Venture Development Center on September 22, 1 to 3 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. All UD faculty, staff and students are invited.
Refreshments will be served (UDairy at 1 and Jimmy John’s at 5).
Explore Horn Entrepreneurship academic programs and co-curricular activities, including:
- entrepreneurship major
- entrepreneurial studies minor
- social entrepreneurship minor
- MS in entrepreneurship & design
- Summer Founders
- First Step Grand Challenge
- Entrepreneurship Club
- Workshop Wednesday
- Free Lunch Friday
And much more! Faculty, staff and students will be available to chat and the Venture Development Center will be open to tour.
This year’s competition will kick off on September 19, 2016, and students can sign-up here.
The Brandywine Zoo is currently recruiting for Program Animal Interns to help in the daily husbandry of their collection of program animals at the Brandywine Zoo, in Wilmington, DE.
- Interns will complete daily husbandry of mammals, amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates.
- Positions have flexible in start and end dates.
- Students should be able to commit to mornings (any day of the week). A typical shift would be 8am to lunch time, with possibly longer days on weekends if they’re available.
- Minimum of 10 hours/week
We can be very flexible with students who need to leave a a specific time to make a class on weekdays, as each area of husbandry takes about 2 hours or less. Combined, they make up an entire morning, but we can split duties as necessary.
The Brandywine Zoo houses a collection of about 50 animals used for public education programs. Interns also interested in public program demonstrations may also get the opportunity to handle animals and present during programs.
Associate Biologist (Plant Pathology)
We are seeking a full-time Associate Biologist with a background in Plant Pathology, Microbiology, Agriculture, or related field. The successful candidate will perform work to support the operations of the Seed Treatment Enterprise with emphasis in Plant Pathology. The Associate Biologist will need to work with various team members to orchestrate the timely screening and advancement of different projects
- Implementation and operation of bioassays to determine possible seed treatment candidates. This work includes: Protocol development for seed safety and efficacy screening; plant bioassay; plant maintenance throughout the test; appropriate use of company resources when conducting experiments.
- Coordinate experimental designs in greenhouses and growth chambers: This research will require numerous biological observations and test evaluations necessary to support research efforts; data collection, analysis and generation of reports using various data software applications; ability to present summary of technical results.
- Laboratory work such as: pathogen culture; chemical dilutions, preparation, of formulation and application of test solutions; implementation and execution of studies (development of new protocols); implementation of regulatory standards for plant pathogens (maintenance and utilization), based on issued USDA permits; implement and develop safety practices to insure safety in the work environment.
- MS or BS, Biological Sciences or Agriculture (Plant Pathology/ Microbiology)
- Experience in research laboratory
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Experience in translating oral and written directions into empirical reality
- Experience in observation and paying close attention to detail
- Familiarity with safety procedures
- Strong track record of reliably delivering on-time results
- Strong interpersonal skills. Willing to work in a group of diverse people while supporting team members to meet team objectives.
- As appropriate, possess the ability to work independently.
- Experience with computer programs, such as Microsoft Word and Excel
- Familiarity with and interest in conducting greenhouse, controlled environment chamber, and/or field trials with experimental chemicals
For more information or to apply contact:
Tony Guida, Site Manager
Frontier Scientific, Inc.
Office Location: DuPont Stine-Haskell Research Center
1090 Elkton Road, S220/103
Newark, DE 19711
For more information visit the Career Services Center
Kentmere Veterinary Hospital has a position available for a part time kennel assistant. Applications are available at:
Kentmere Veterinary Hospital
1710 Lovering Avenue
Wilmington, DE 19806.
For questions please call 302.655.6610 and speak with Mary Ann.