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October 1, 2018

Posted by lindsey.schnelle | September 26, 2019

Upcoming Events and Deadlines

Please see the below dates for upcoming CALS/CAHNRS Networking events:

  • CAHNRS
    • Networking Night – Monday, October 1, 2018 in Ensminger Pavilion from 5:00-7:00p.m.
    • Career Fair – Tuesday, October 2, 2018 in Beasley Coliseum from 10:00a.m.-3:00p.m.
  • CALS
    • Networking Night – Tuesday, October 2, 2018 in Ag Sci 106 lobby from 5:30-7:00p.m.
    • Career Fair – Wednesday, October 3 from 2:00-6:00 p.m. in the Kibbie Dome.

The Cheeky Scientist will be holing a workshop titled ‘Resume and Transferable Skills’ on Friday, October 12, 2018 from 12-2 PM in CUB L60 at the Pullman Campus. Register online for the workshop here.

Faculty, Dr. Shelley Pressley, Director of Undergraduate Research, will be holding a workshop on Monday, October 15 from 3-4 PM in Light 405 to share methods and best practices for incorporating undergraduates into in research. This session will cover topics related to undergraduate research including how to effectively mentor students, efficiently manage their time (and yours), and where to find support for your students that are engaged in your research programs. Register here for this upcoming event.

There will be a 3-day event for Boise Startup Week in Boise between October 17,18, and 19th. There is free lodging and bus travel for interested UI students. More info can be found on the Boise Start Up Week Website.

The Student Section

WSU requires all undergraduate and graduate students not on assistantships or working as WSU employees to register their international travel through the online International Travel Registry (ITR). Please see the BPPM for more information. Contact International Programs Global Learning for more information.

At WSU, you have until November 16, 2018 to withdraw (W on record) from a course.

You can drop or withdraw from late 8 week classes at UI by October 19, 2018.

Register for this falls IFTSA Graduate Programs Virtual Fair. On October 10 IFT is holding a virtual fair for current and future students. Continue to find out more and to register >> more here.

Extension Events

Registration is now open for the 2018 International Shrimp School will be held on October 23-25, 2018 and Shrimp Sensory Certification Course on October 26, 2018 at SFS-CAFT Conference Center in Everett Yacht Club Building >> more here.

The HACCP for Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Packinghouses will be held on October 2-3, 2018 and October 25-26, 2018. The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) workshop will help packers of fruits and vegetables learn about the HACCP principles and have an opportunity to apply this knowledge with oversight of instructors that are experts in this field. Register for the HACCP here.

The Annual Food Safety & Sanitation Workshop will be held on November 6-7 at Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Attendee registration is now open! Please visit the website for additional workshop information and online registration:  http://ext100.wsu.edu/foodsanitation/.

The Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training and Train the Trainer registration is now open. Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training and Train the Trainer. Register online or for more information here.

Registration is now open for the FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Foods 2.5 day course. For more information about this upcoming course and to register, head to the Food Processing website here.

Registration is open for the Innovations in Quality Assurance for Seafood Processing course on November 12- 14, 2018 at SFS – CAFT Conference Center. Register through Brown Paper Ticket.

Jobs, Internships, and Scholarships

Click here to view open jobs, internships, and scholarships on the SFS website.

Other Announcements

The National Academies is soliciting applicants for the 2019-20 Jefferson Science Fellowships program.  The program is designed to engage the American science, engineering, and medical communities in US foreign policy and international development.  Fellows will spend one year on assignment at either the State Department or USAID, assisting with foreign policy or international development issues.  Applicants must be an American citizen and a tenured faculty member >> more here.

Faculty member volunteers are needed for their time to give one lecture at the prison at some point over the next year. The lectures happen the second Tuesday of every month, from 1pm-2:30, but with driving time, security clearance, and set-up, it  works out to be a full-day commitment (11am – 4:30pm).  The topic of the lecture is wide open.  In regards to lecture style, the prison suggests the following: “Local, live “TedTalks” – relevant, interesting, and regional – demonstrate subject-specific discourse (entry-level) and indicate trends in academic research and offer some discussion time with question/answers.” If you are interested, contact Omi Hodwitz at omi@uidaho.edu or call at 208-885-2976.