RENOWNED HNRS 70A COURSE TO BE OFFERED ONLINE THIS SUMMER!
UCLA Summer Sessions will offer distinguished professor Bob Goldberg's Honors Collegium 70A course online this coming summer.
Entitled Genetic Engineering in Medicine, Agriculture, and Law, HNRS 70A is designed primarily for non-science students and gives an overview of the science of genetics and the sometimes-controversial legal and
ethical issues raised by the use of genetic engineering. Topics covered include genetically modified food, human cloning, stem cells, and DNA testing in crime labs. Video lectures featuring custom animations developed by a team of professionals at the School of Theater, Film and
Television make the material easy to understand and review.
Discussion sections are led by Dr. Goldberg himself, using cutting-edge video conferencing technology. This is a truly unique opportunity to study one-on-one with one of UCLA’s most esteemed research scientists and teachers.
The course carries full Honors credit, and will fulfill an Honors Collegium requirement. It is also a Life Science GE with lab/demo credit.
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BE A PART OF STANFORD'S CUTTING-EDGE STUDY! Help Stanford University researchers learn more about your career development experiences through the Young Entrepreneurs Study (YES) Project, a cutting-edge longitudinal study concerned with career achievements, purpose, and character attributes among young adults in the United States.
If you are between the ages of 19 and 25, Stanford researchers want your inputs, even if you are still deciding on your career path. The survey should take no more than 30 minutes, with your responses guaranteed confidentiality and used for the YES Project only. All participants become eligible for every raffle conducted at the end of each wave of data collection, providing participants the chance to win one of 20 iPads. Please click here to complete the survey.
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 2013 SUMMER PROGRAM NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS! UCLA College Honors students are invited to apply for spots in the Pembroke-King's Programme that welcomes outstanding undergraduates from around the world. The program, which provides students the opportunity to live and study in Cambridge, is set from June 30th to August 24th. For details, please click on the heading above or visit the Pembroke-King's Programme website.
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