HUMAN BIOLOGY HONORS
MAY 25th, 2012
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BOSP is launching a new winter quarter Biochemistry course at the Stanford Center in Paris! “Principles of Biochemistry” will be taught in English, and will allow STEM students who never thought it possible to study abroad, to do so.
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Are you writing a senior Honors Thesis next year? Are you interested in being part of an interdisciplinary network of thesis writers committed to seeing that academic knowledge is put in the service of solving public problems and aiding in community development?
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Applications were due Feb 6th.
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Bing Honors College in Biology and Human Biology
September 2nd – 18th 2015
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The Stanford Report has a link to an ABC Health story about Josh Nesbit. As a sophomore in Humbio Josh built a cell phone network in rural Malawi, using Frontline SMS, open source software created by Ken Banks. With others he then founded Mobile Medic, a non-project which has grown into a global enterprise, saving lives with discarded cellphones.
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HumBio students will present a culmination of their internship experience, *Thursday, January 13th, Noon-1pm and 4-5pm*. Students looking for an internship should plan to attend - it's a great way to learn about the variety of internships available and how HumBio students find them!
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Find them in the Annual Report on Undergraduate Education
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