Tell us what you've been up to, and how BDIC helped shaped your life experiences. Send an Alumni Update! Below are some of the responses we've gotten!  Thanks to those people who chose to share their stories!

BDIC proposal applications are due on or before November 15, 2012 for entry into the Spring 2013 Proposal Writing class. This is a mandatory class to get into the BDIC major.

If you have any questions or need more information please attend one of our information sessions. We hold them everyday. The times can be found on our web site under "prospective students" then "information sessions" Here is the link to the page: http://bdic.umass.edu/aboutus/infosessions

UCAN is a student-run community service network that was founded by two BDIC students, Kurt Schultz, concentration: Cognitive Neuroscience and Sam Mardell, concentration: Science, Technology, and Society. It connects UMass students to volunteer opportunities in the Amherst public schools. There are no required classes, no weekly meetings, and students volunteer on a consistent basis. Students are matched with opportunities based on their schedule and their interests.

The BDIC Student Advisory Board will be hosting a Faculty Sponsor Appreciation Night on November 7th, from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the University Club. Please join us for a night of conversation and celebration as we welcome our new BDIC Director, Michael Sugerman. Do not miss this wonderful opportunity to not only meet Professor Sugerman, but also to network with Faculty Sponsors and other BDIC students.

After two years of serving with AmeriCorps VISTA in both Springfield, MA at Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity, and one in Anchorage, AK working with a rural village energy education program (and a brief stint traveling across the country and giving dog sled tours at Mt. Bachelor in Oregon with Iditarod musher Rachel Scdoris), I am now living and working full-time in Anchorage, AK. As a Development Specialist, I am on the Development team at Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (or RurAL CAP).

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