Department of Organismal and Environmental Biology

Extracurricular Activities

Thursdays, 12:20-1:15 p.m., Forbes Hall 2070E

EcoLunch is an informal seminar series that provides a casual research discussion forum for OENB students, faculty and visiting scientists.

Come as you are and bring your own lunch. No registration required.

We hope to see you there!!

  • September 26 - Burke Lab
  • October 10 - Reagan Mason
  • October 24 - ENVS 590 Student Showcase
  • October 31 - Whiting Lab
  • November 21 - Lattanzio Lab

For any questions, please contact Donna Creque at dcreque@cnu.edu.

W4W is an environment focused series of unscripted conversations with environmental professionals focused on helping CNU students understand graduate and career choices after graduation.

We hope to see you there!!

For any questions, please contact Donna Creque at dcreque@cnu.edu.

By serving an internship you not only gain valuable professional experience and begin your professional network system, but you also gain an edge in the employment market.

Why Serve an Internship?

  • As internships become more common and even required in some academic programs, employers may expect to see it on your resume.
  • Internships often lead to job offers; a good reason to take the job seriously.
  • An internship is a great way to get an inside look at a particular occupation. It can help you discover if the career you are considering is right for you.
  • An internship may pay very little or nothing at all. If you have to work, you may consider the effect on your income.
  • Internships often involve performing menial tasks; but in the least, you have the opportunity to observe the inside operation of the agency.
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