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Soc Snippets – Week 4, Fall 2020

Sociology Snippets

Fall 2020 Week 4 

Greetings to everyone who is making it happen in Week 4!

Today’s installments of Soc Snippets includes three items:

  1. A virtual wellness event on “resiliency to help in pandemic times” sponsored by the Sociology Department and the Duck Nest this Thursday the 22nd at 3:00pm. Details below.
  2. Virtual UO Fall Career Fair
  3. New Program Offerings at the University of Chicago

 

A WELLNESS EVENT ON RESILIENCY TO HELP IN PANDEMIC TIMES

Topic: Resiliency:  Getting Through Today (Hosted by the Sociology Department and Duck Nest)
Time: Oct 22, 2020 3:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) (One hour)

Email sociology@uoregon.edu to get the Zoom link and password.

 

VIRTUAL UO FALL CAREER FAIR

Are you looking for a summer internship or starting to think about your post-graduation plans? Or maybe you’re still early in your college career but want to explore possible career paths?

The following employers are looking to hire students in your major for positions in management, sales, client services, marketing, and more! They’ll be at our virtual Fall Career Fair on Thursday, October 22, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. To meet them, register on Handshake and sign up for one of their 30-minute group sessions or 10-minute one-on-one sessions. You must register and select sessions in advance in order to attend.

Selected organizations and opportunities:

This is just a sampling—view a full list of employers here.

First time attending a virtual event? Check out our blog post on how to prepare, by Career Readiness Coach Kyle Santos.

For questions on the fair contact Colleen Lewis, or schedule time with a Career Coach  for more help.

  

NEW PROGRAMS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

Master of Public Health (MPH)
The Public Health Sciences department in the Biological Sciences Division is excited to announce the launch of the new Master of Public Health (MPH) program in Autumn 2021, which also offers a joint MD-MPH degree with UChicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine. The MPH program is broad in its scope, with students gaining proficiency across several public health disciplines, and includes concentrations in epidemiology and global health, health policy, and data science. In addition to coursework, students will complete a practicum experience and capstone project, gaining hands-on skills and foundational knowledge that prepares them for careers as public health professionals and researchers.

Master of Science in Molecular Engineering
The one-year Master of Science in Molecular Engineering (MSME) program at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering is designed to enhance a student’s career path as a traditional engineer and to prepare them for leadership positions across industries. By immersing themselves in our unique curriculum, they learn to address complex technical problems within a professional context. In keeping with the interdisciplinary tradition of UChicago studies, MSME students are able to take elective opportunities at the Booth School of Business, the Division of the Humanities, and other departments across campus.

Certificates Within Social Sciences Master’s Programs
The Social Sciences Division is pleased to announce a number of certificates available through our MA programs. Certificates include Computational Social Science, Education and Society, and Gender and Sexuality Studies. Certificates can be completed as part of the one year master’s programs in International Relations and in Social Sciences (MAPSS), as well as the two year master’s programs in Computational Social Science (MACSS) and in Middle Eastern Studies. Applicants to all master’s programs are considered for substantial merit aid. To learn more about our programs, please contact E.G. Enbar.

Institute of Education Sciences Pre-Doctoral Training Program
The Institute of Education Science (IES) Pre-Doctoral Training Program in the Education Sciences is an ambitious, multi-year, university-wide fellowship program, sponsored by the Committee on Education, which supports PhD students interested in pursuing research related to education while they are training for a doctoral degree in a social science discipline or within the Harris School of Public Policy or the School of Social Service Administration. Fellows in this program receive a five-year package of support that includes a full tuition waiver and a generous stipend of $34,000 annually and fringe benefits. Additional funds are available to support travel and research related to education research. More information can be found here.

If you, or your students, have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to our staff at gradadmissions@uchicago.edu. A full list of academic programs, as well as admissions requirements, financial aid opportunities, and more can be found on our website, grad.uchicago.edu/admissions.