HHP Pulse Student Newsletter: March 15, 2017
March 15, 2017: In this issue
- Summer/Fall 2017 Schedule of Courses
- Planning to Take Non-UF Coursework This Summer?
- HHP Academic Advising Hours/Availability
- The D.K. Stanley Lecture Series *New*
- Noah’s March for a Cure 5K
- 2017 Gainesville Congenital Heart Walk
- Baby Gator: Spring Scurry 5K
- Harn Museum of Art Summer Internships *New*
- Pain Research Study Seeking Participants *New*
- MDA Summer Camp Seeking Volunteer Counselors
- Health and Wellness Scholarship from UF Health
- PACE Center for Girls Alachua Internship Program
- TRSM Summer A 2017 Study Abroad Programs
- Event Marketing Student Association (EMSA)
Summer/Fall 2017 Schedule of Courses
The Summer/Fall 2017 schedule of courses is now live! Students can search summer and fall course offerings via one.uf.edu/soc/. The advance registration period for summer/fall 2017 runs March 27-May 2. Students can review their registration appointment times and holds in ONE.UF.edu.
Planning to Take Non-UF Coursework this Summer?
If you plan to take coursework transient (meaning at an institution other than UF) Summer 2017, be sure to review the process below. Students wishing to enroll in transient coursework MUST follow the below steps:
- Complete the HHP Transient Request Form and submit to your academic advisor for review. Forms will be reviewed and an email decision to approve or deny your transient request will be sent within 2 business days. Below are items to consider before submitting the HHP transient request:
- Upper division coursework taken as a transient student is discouraged.
- Students must NOT break UF residence (last 30 hours of coursework must be taken at UF).
- If approved, students must also complete the Transient Request online at http://www.floridashines.org.
- If denied, students may not register for the requested course(s) at a transient institution. Students are not permitted to complete transient coursework without college approval.
After completion of approved transient work, the student is responsible for submitting a transcript to UF. If you have any questions, please see your academic advisor.
Academic Advising Hours/Availability
If you need to speak with an HHP academic advisor, please view each department’s advising availability online here. Advisors have both appointments and walk-in advising during any given week. Appointments must be scheduled 24 hours in advance.
When you visit the advising office, please sign in using the kiosk system (sign in using your gatorlink & password). If you have a form that needs a signature, you can leave it with the advisor’s assistant if you do not want to wait for an advisor.
The D.K. Stanley Lecture Series *New*
Mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2017 D.K. Stanley Lecture on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 9:35 AM in the FLG. Dr. Michael F. Goodchild will present a lecture titled, TECHNOLOGIES of SPACE and PLACE. A poster symposium is scheduled following the lecture. Click HERE to learn more about Dr. Goodchild. Presented by the Frederick Family Endowment.
Noah’s March for a Cure 5K
Join the UF Diabetes Institute and Noah’s March Foundation on the UF campus on Sunday, March 26, for Noah’s March for a Cure 5K to support type 1 diabetes research. Noah, a 10-year-old with Type 1 Diabetes is marching 4,000 miles across the United States to raise funds and awareness for the disease. Join us to support efforts to raise research funds for type 1 diabetes!
2017 Gainesville Congenital Heart Walk
The third annual 2017 Gainesville Congenital Heart Walk will be taking place on Sunday, April 9, 2017 at Flavet Field planned by Gators for The Children’s Heart Foundation, a UF student organization. Join the Gainesville community in reaching our fundraising goal of $35,000 to fight congenital heart disease, America’s #1 birth defect. The 3k walk features local food, music, and speakers on congenital heart disease. All proceeds go to The Children’s Heart Foundation and the Adult Congenital Heart Association. Participants who raise $100 will receive an event t-shirt at the walk. Register for FREE today at congenitalheartwalk.org! Please direct any questions to email@example.com
Baby Gator Spring Scurry 5K
Come out on April 15th at 8:45am and support Baby Gator Child Development and Research Center at the University of Florida in this family fun 5k walk or run! Children are invited to walk, bike, run or ride in their stroller with their family. The race begins at the commuter lot at Gale Lemerand Dr. To register, please visit our website.
Harn Museum of Art Summer Internships *New*
The Harn Museum is now accepting applications for summer interns. Applications are due March 15.
Harn internships are open to all majors with the goal of providing professional experience, growth opportunities and guidance from museum staff. Interns have gone on to careers ranging from history to education at institutions such as the Guggenheim, Christie’s Auction House, LACMA, Macy’s and Yale University.
Internships are available on an ongoing basis with fall, spring and summer application deadlines and selection periods. The Harn currently offers three funded internships. This summer, there is a special opportunity for qualified Rental Events interns to receive funding. Please see the Harn’s website for more information. Interested candidates can find instructions, application form and all project descriptions on our website at www.harn.ufl.edu/intern.
For questions contact Layne, Education Program Assistant, at 352.392.9826 x2112 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pain Research Study Seeking Participants *New*
Healthy Control Research Participants Needed: The LRN lab is in need of female, healthy control participants ages 25-33 for a Jaw Pain research study. Compensation for time provided. Contact Dr. Coombes at email@example.com or 352-294-1771 for details.
MDA Summer Camp Seeking Volunteer Counselors
Every year, MDA sponsors a week long summer camp program in Live Oak for children ages 6-17 with neuromuscular diseases. We are looking for volunteer counselors, over the age of 18, to attend MDA Summer Camp at Camp Suwannee in Live Oak, Florida from June 11th to the 17th. It’s an overnight camp where the volunteer will be responsible for one camper, provide the personal care they require, and be their buddy through a fun filled week. MDA Camp is a great opportunity for students studying in the medical/applied science/education field to get experience working with children with disabilities who have a wide range of needs.
More information about camp can be found at: https://www.mda.org/services/mda-summer-camp
Health and Wellness Scholarship from UF Health
The annual $500 Gareth Kerr Memorial Scholarship Award recognizes students that consistently support campus and community health programs and/or work diligently to promote a cause related to health and wellness.
Open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students in good standing with UF (GPA of 3.0 or above), award nominees must demonstrate a special commitment to a health-related cause and/or have made a significant contribution that benefits students and/or the community in a health-related area.
To review all award information and to submit a nomination, visit the Student Health Care Center website at http://shcc.ufl.edu/gareth-kerr/. DEADLINE TO APPLY: March 17, 2017, at 4:30 p.m.
PACE Center for Girls Alachua Internship Program
The PACE Center for Girls Internship Program offers a select group of outstanding students the opportunity to acquire direct exposure to nonprofit management of a school just for girls. Interns are involved in some aspect of programming, administrative duties, development, special events and outreach. We accept students currently enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s degree. We also accept recent graduates (maximum one year after graduation).
PACE internships are unpaid and require a minimum of 10 hours/week. Application deadline is March 27, 2017. For more information, please visit their website here.
TRSM Summer A 2017 Study Abroad Programs
TRSM is offering three interdisciplinary study abroad programs with a focus on sustainability.
North Queensland, Australia – LEI 4955/LEI 6931 (6 credits) May 13th-June 11th, 2017. Field-based course including two research days on the Great Barrier Reef, live with an Australian farm family and study rural life, spend two nights in the Outback experiencing “life off the grid”, take part in a service learning project on an Aboriginal owned ranch, and finish the program exploring Sydney.
Fiji – LEI 4955/6931 – (3 credits) June 11th-20th 2017. Field-based course with three days working on an ecotourism project on Barefoot Island in the Yasawas, experience life in a traditional Fijian village, and visits to the Nadi craft markets. This program can be taken by itself for 3 credits or may be added to the North Queensland program for a total of 9 credits.
New Zealand – LEI 4955/6931 (6 credits) May 26th -June 21st , 2017. Field-based course with a focus on sustainability and natural resource management across the South and the North islands of New Zealand. Learn about eco-tourism in Kaikoura and swim with dolphins, experience adventure tourism in Queenstown, learn about Maori culture, and visit Hobbiton and learn about movie related tourism
Event Marketing Student Association (EMSA)
The Event Marketing Student Association (EMSA) is a student organization in the HHP College dedicated to providing students with hands-on experience and professional development in the events industry. We are FREE and open to all students of all majors! Our meetings are held Wednesdays at 6PM in the Florida Gym room 250. If you have any questions please contact EMSA at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/emsauf and Instagram: emsa.hhp