3/11/2014 - Looking for a way to impact the global community? Want a career dedicated to making the world cleaner, safer, and healthier? Then come to the ECOLAB Career Path talk! Learn how your IPHY degree can help you make a positive difference— on a global scale!
When: March 12th and 13th Wednesday and Thursday from 3:00 – 4:00.
Where: Clare 111A (Wednesday); GOLD A1B60 (Thursday).
2/24/2014 - Learn about careers in chiropractic!
4-5 pm, both Tu 2/25 and W 2/26, in Clare 210.
The speaker is from Life Chiropractic College West.
2/5/2014 - What is a Medical Laboratory Scientist? Come find out at the IPHY Club’s next event:
MLS Career Path Talk
The Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science - a program of Metropolitan State University of Denver
Medical Center of Aurora - North Campus
Clare Small 210, Feb. 11 (Tuesday) & Feb. 12 (Wednesday), 4-5pm both days (same talk each day)
2/5/2014 - Hello Anatomy Lab students! The Executive Student Board has put together a review for your first Anatomy Practical! The review will be this week on: 2/5 Wednesday 4:30-5:30 PM (Clare Small 111) and 2/6 Thursday 5-6 PM (Clare Small 210). Models will be available along with current UGTAs to help answer questions.
1/27/2014 - Integrative Therapies for Those Living with Spinal Cord Injury
Tuesday 1/28 & Wednesday 1/29
4-5pm both days
The IPHY Club Presents Amanda Wilson, the executive Director of the SCI Recovery Project! She is an IPHY graduate of CU Boulder and has been involved with the SCI Recovery Project since 2007. This is a non-profit organization specializing in providing exercise based recovery programs for individuals who have suffered a spinal cord injury (SCI), stroke, or similar trauma. Come out to hear her speak about her work and interning with this organization!
IPHY Club Kickoff!
When: Wednesday, January 22, 4:00 to 5:00 PM
Where: Clare 210
JOIN US! Find out what we’re all about and what we do on campus.
GET INVOLVED: Learn about membership requirements and ways to get involved in the Integrative Physiology Department.
COME MEET The board, faculty, and other IPHY majors!
FOOD AND DRINK PROVIDED!
Interested in pursuing Independent Studies, Internships or an Honors Thesis?
November 6th and 7th, 4:00 – 5:00 PM, in Clare 111A
Student club presents: Guest Speaker - Dr. David Sherwood
Come listen to Dr. Sherwood present on these topics and give tips on what you need to do to get involved! Informational Talk Includes:
- Strategies to get involved
- How these can help your future career
- What the experience can provide you
- How it can help you stand out on an application
- Learning the difference between Internships and Independent Studies
- And much more!
10/17/2013 - Want to know the requirements for Pharmacy school?
October 23rd from 4:00 to 5:00 PM at Clare 111A
IPHY Student Club presents:
Guest Speaker: Candido A. Chacon III, Pharm.D.
From the Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Colorado Anschutz Campus
Come learn from a Director of Admissions for the Anschutz Medical Campus - Pharmaceutical Program about what it takes to succeed in a pharmacy program.
Attend this informational talk to get the following questions answered:
- GPA and Course Requirements.
- Tips to stand out on an application.
- Career Paths within the field of Pharmacy.
- Learn about an interesting case study.
- And much more!
10/5/2013 - IPHY Student Club presents: Being an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UGTA) in Integrative Physiology.
Want to become an expert in anatomy or physiology? Become an undergraduate teaching assistant (UGTA) and earn credit for teaching your peers and solidifying your knowledge.
October 7th and 9th from 4:00 to 5:00 pm in Clare 111A
Attend this UGTA informational meeting to get the following questions answered:
- What are the requirements for becoming a UGTA?
- How can I become a UGTA?
- What classes can I UGTA for?
- What are the Benefits of being a UGTA? ***(Getting involved, educated and connected?)
- And much more
Additionally, hear from current and past IPHY UGTAs about their experiences and how it has helped them become experts of the subject matter!
8/23/2013 - The IPHY student organization is taking shape once again! If you are interested in getting involved, see information and application links below.
If you are interested in serving as an officer on the new IPHY student group, please see the following links.
The following student organizations on the CU-Boulder campus also provide volunteering and networking opportunities and other support for some of the career paths that are popular among IPHY majors:
Here are some other useful links on our web site for keeping in touch with opportunities in your area of interest: