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COLLEGIATE AND PROFESSIONAL NEWS
a doctorate and eventually work in a material
Alexandria Williams, Iota 2011, is the recipi-
ent of the 2012 Dunlap Grant. She is a senior
from North Pole, Alaska. She is majoring in
Biology with a minor in Chemistry. She has
participated in an REU at University of
Wisconsin-Madison, and this past summer was
an Amgen scholar at Stanford University. After
graduation, she plans to pursue a Ph.D. in
Microbiology or a related discipline.
2012 Gamma Eta Scholar
Higgins is a senior
chemistry major at
where she has been a
member of the Gamma
Eta Chapter of Alpha
Chi Sigma since the
spring of 2010.
Catherine is originally
Catherine "Cat" from Montgomery,
Higgins West Virginia, and is a
Gamma Eta 2010 graduate of Charleston
Catholic High School,
where her interest in science and math began.
She has had many opportunities to explore dif-
ferent areas of chemistry, including a summer
internship in the raw materials lab of West
Virginia Manufacturing/ Globe Metallurgical
and taking part in undergraduate research at
Marshall. Catherine also tutors chemistry,
math and biology at the University Tutoring
In her spare time, Catherine enjoys running
and training for road races. She enjoys any time
spent outdoors, especially fishing and roasting
marshmallows on the riverbank, at home with
her family. Always interested in trying some-
thing new, her latest endeavors include learn-
ing to golf and adopting a cat named Charlie.
Upon graduating, Catherine plans to attend
2012 Alpha Beta Alpha Chi
Every year, the Alpha
Beta chapter in coopera-
tion with the
Chemistry at the
University of Michigan,
recognizes the high aca-
demic achievement and
social engagement of a
first-year student as a
Alpha Chi Sigma partnership with Gradspring
According to the Associated Press, one in two recent college graduates is unemployed or
underemployed. By partnering with Gradspring, Alpha Chi Sigma is working to ensure that
its members do not suffer this fate. Gradspring is a career resource for college seniors and
recent graduates that focuses only on career opportunities that:
Require fewer than two years experience for employment consideration.
Require a bachelor's degree for consideration.
Pay a salary commensurate with industry/geographic standards.
Gradspring does not post multi-level marketing, work-from-home, commission only or pay-
to-work jobs. In addition to jobs, Gradspring also offers its members access to a bundle of
services that assist in the transition from student to working professional. These services are
available to premium Gradspring users and include:
* Gradspring profile (a great way to showcase yourself to future employers).
* Gradspring career planning tools and advice.
* A free CareerScribe profile.
* Regular online career fairs.
* Complimentary resume critique.
* Custom resume and cover letter preparation.
Gradspring is currently working with hundreds of employers across a wide spectrum of
fields and adds roughly 100 new jobs per day to its database. Alpha Chi Sigma, through its
Gradspring partnership, is offering its members, both young alumni and collegiate, a deeply
discounted Gradspring subscription. The terms of the discount are:
6 Months (with Guarantee)
Alpha Chi Sigma
According to founder Sean Clem,"We knew this model was different, but I believed at our
founding-and I believe now-that there is a class of student and recent graduate that
understands, intrinsically, the value of what we at Gradspring offer. Because our members are
willing to put some skin in the game, employers take them more seriously. Further, many of
the jobs on Gradspring are not posted anywhere else on the Web. Finally, there is a lot to be
said for the peace of mind associated with knowing that all of our jobs are pre-screened for
quality." Clem added,"We actually refuse more jobs than we post; we want to make sure that
our customers, the students or parents who subscribe, truly gets what they are paying for
from our service."
The management of Gradspring is always interested in hearing the input from our cus-
tomers or from people who just want to learn more about the service. You can contact the
CEO personally at email@example.com.
part of the department's undergraduate awards
program. This year, the recipient of the award
was Justin Wang. Justin is from the Greater
Lansing (MI) area, and he is currently studying
chemistry with the aim of continuing his edu-
cation in graduate school. He describes his
interests as daydreaming, retro video games,
and staying up late.
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