The Biden Institute Student Advisory Council

The Biden Institute is launching a Student Advisory Council (SAC) to help identify, participate in, and promote programming across campus.
Students on the council will gain meaningful leadership experience in politics and public service and assist with outreach to diverse and specific student populations, supporting the work of the Biden Institute programming team.
The Biden Institute complements the work students do in the classroom by giving them first-hand opportunities to engage with activists, politicians, and policy practitioners from a wide range of ideologies. In the past we’ve hosted events with U.S. Senator Cory Booker, 2016 Presidential Candidate John Kasich, and former Acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates to name a few. We have an exciting Fall 2020 lineup of events — and want you to help us plan even more!

Responsibilities:
•Attend bi-weekly Student Advisory Council Zoom meetings
•Provide recommendations and feedback to the Biden Institute on semesterly programming
•Act as student ambassadors for the Biden Institute to the UD community
•Advertise and participate in Biden Institute programming
Must be a University of Delaware student, any major, any graduating year. Undergraduate and graduate students may apply.
MANDATORY: Must be able to make the inaugural Zoom meeting on Monday, September 14 at 7:00PM ET

Deadline: August 21 at 11:59PM

Ascend: Empowering Female Students for Success Webinars

Are you trying to figure out how to get a job that allows you to be your authentic female self?  Do you feel like no matter what you learn in the classroom, you still feel unprepared for the work world? Do you feel like you could use more examples of successful women as role models? Do you want to connect with other female students that have similar experiences to yours?   These one hour online sessions are set up to address these issues.  Each session will teach critical leadership skills, introducing participants to successful female executives to serve as advisors and role models, and invite you to build connections with other female students with similar experiences. Each of these online sessions will include a 15-minute talk from a successful female executive and a facilitated breakout discussion where students meet one another and deepen their learning and connection.

To learn more and to register visit: https://lerner.udel.edu/seeing-opportunity/ascend-empowering-female-students/   

Be a part of the CANR Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee

CANR is committed to promoting an inclusive and supportive environment where students, faculty, staff and stakeholders feel respected and free from discrimination. Dean Rieger is assembling a CANR Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee to implement and assess programs and to develop a Diversity Action Plan for the college. Undergraduate students interested in serving on the committee should contact Lauren Bradford (bradford@udel.edu) or Christy Mannering (cmanneri@udel.edu).

Virtual Career Panel with the Center for Growing Talent

As your spring semester winds down, or even if it has ended already, please join us for a Virtual Career Panel, where produce industry leaders will provide career search advice for this unusual “COVID -19 job market”. ALL graduates can benefit from this panel and the tips they will provide.

Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Time: 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time/3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Panelists for this webinar will include:
*Satri Alpine, Director of Talent and Culture, The Oppenheimer Group
*Javier Quintero, Early Career Programs Manager, Driscoll’s
*Howard Nager, VP of Business Development/Marketing, Progressive Produce
Other panelists will be announced shortly.

You must register in advance for this panel session:
https://pma.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sGhVBc9uTqyP5myZAhPVAA

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Career Panel.

TA Applications for ANFS 111 Open Now

It’s now time to open up the applications for becoming a teaching assistant for ANFS 111. This course is a hands-on laboratory that runs once a week on Wednesdays from 1:25-3:25. We ask that you ensure your schedule is open and that you are available from 1pm – 3:45pm before applying for this position, as there is set-up and clean-up times that we need to take into account.

The application form will close Friday, May 16th, and we will reach out to all applicants shortly thereafter.
https://forms.gle/UZYq2DmyPGWKviUy7
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hougentogler at Nemeclm@udel.edu.