Oct
6
Thu
Fellows Presentation – Taylor Nutt @ MSC 2503
Oct 6 @ 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Come listen to Taylor Nutt present on her Fellows Research Trip to England! Taylor spent her time studying World War I British poetry.

Oct
7
Fri
Fellows Pre-Proposals Due
Oct 7 all-day

Fellows Pre-Proposals are due by 5 PM to the Jordan Office, Room 2293, 2nd Floor of the MSC

Oct
21
Fri
ISP Applications Due
Oct 21 all-day

ISP Applications for all Belize and Dominican Republic are due by 5 PM to the Jordan Office, Room 2293, 2nd Floor of the MSC

Oct
28
Fri
Fellows Proposals Due
Oct 28 all-day

Fellows Proposals are due by 5 PM to the Jordan Office, Room 2293, 2nd Floor of the MSC

Mar
2
Thu
2017 Fellows Banquet @ Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center
Mar 2 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Invitation only.

Oct
2
Mon
ISP Informationals @ Rudder 501
Oct 2 @ 5:30 PM
Oct
10
Tue
MSC Jordan Fellow- Camille Goblet @ Rudder Tower Room 402
Oct 10 @ 12:00 PM

Every year, the MSC L.T. Jordan Fellows publicly present their internationally conducted research, highlighting their personal experiences while being immersed in a foreign culture.

With partial funding provided by the MSC L.T. Jordan Institute for International Awareness, Camille Goblet traveled to the Chaco region of Paraguay on July 2- July 16, 2017, to conduct physical exams and collect samples for various health parameters on Chacoan and white-lipped peccaries, an endangered species native to the region.

Oct
25
Wed
MSC Jordan Fellow — Annah Lee @ VENI (Veterinary School) Room 107
Oct 25 @ 12:00 PM

Every year, the MSC L.T. Jordan Fellows publicly present their internationally conducted research, highlighting their personal experiences while being immersed in a foreign culture.

With partial funding provided by the MSC L.T. Jordan Institute for International Awareness, Annah traveled to Tunisia to research the ecological factors driving the distribution of Ixodes ricinus, the tick vector that transmit Borrelia burgdoferi, the causative agent of Lyme disease in Europe and Northern Africa.

Oct
26
Thu
MSC Jordan Fellow– Brianna Myre @ BSBW (Biological Sciences Building West) Room 025
Oct 26 @ 2:00 PM

Every year, the MSC L.T. Jordan Fellows publicly present their internationally conducted research, highlighting their personal experiences while being immersed in a foreign culture.

With partial funding provided by the MSC L.T.Jordan Institute of International Awareness, Brianna traveled to Costa Rica to research the reproductive physiology of the olive ridley sea turtles over a nesting season while also developing non-invasive ultrasound and assay-based tools to determine female health, feeding status and reproductive state.

Oct
27
Fri
Fellows Proposal Deadline @ MSC LT Jordan Institute(MSC 2240)
Oct 27 @ 5:00 PM