2023 Career Fair & Exhibitors Tables

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KAS 2023 Annual Meeting - November 3 & 4, Northern Kentucky University

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2023 Career Fair Participants & Exhibitors

For more information about the  STEM Career Fair on Nov 3, please reach out to Dr. Seyed Allameh

2023 Career Fair Participants & Exhibitors

University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy
The number six ranked University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy is a national leader in pharmacy education. Our College and our students are consistently ranked in the top of the profession nationally. The College has maintained a top 10 ranking for the last 40 years and continues its drive to help students achieve their fullest potential as they enter the pharmacy profession. At the UK College of Pharmacy, we know that revolutionary drug therapies and health care innovations are born from diverse backgrounds and experiences of our students, faculty, and staff. UK's flexible PharmD and PhD Programs offers students the opportunity to find their path through advanced opportunities, international studies, community service, health care practice, and research.

KY- INBRE at University of Louisville
The KY INBRE (formerly KBRIN) is a collaborative network of biomedical researchers in state-supported and independent institutions of higher education within Kentucky and is funded through a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS).

WKU Department of Earth, Environmental, and Atmospheric Sciences
The EEAS provides relevant, up-to-date, and integrative undergraduate and graduate educational experiences in the broader field of the earth, environmental, and atmospheric sciences. WKU EEAS strives to provide outstanding geoscience programs, with broad international connections, to meet the challenges of the Anthropocene. The Department offers three undergraduate programs, one undergraduate certificate and one graduate program, which are designed to meet the career goals of students in a wide variety of geoscience areas. We aim to develop exceptional undergraduates and graduates in our programs and in colonnade courses, to engage students in critical thinking and problem-solving education, and relevant training in the classroom, laboratory, and field settings. We aim to enhance the reputation of the Department and its constituencies through meaningful research, community engagement, public service, and workforce development.
Programs offered: Bachelor of Science in Environmental, Sustainability, and Geographic Studies; Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences; Bachelor of Science in Meteorology; Geographic Information Systems, Certificate; Emergency Management Disaster Science, Certificate; Master of Science in Geoscience.

Peace Corps
In the Peace Corps, we take a different approach to making a difference. Our Volunteers are inspired by impact that is hands-on, grassroots-driven, and lasting. By immersing ourselves in communities abroad, the Peace Corps works side-by-side with local leaders to tackle the most pressing challenges of our generation. From leading health campaigns to boosting local entrepreneurship to teaching digital literacy, the Peace Corps offers a range of opportunities for our Volunteers to take on new challenges. Are you ready to work for the world? Find your new path at https://www.peacecorps.gov/.

Kentucky Youth Law Project, Inc
The Kentucky Youth Law Project, Inc., is a nonprofit legal services organization whose mission is to enhance and protect the legal rights of Kentucky's LGtQIA+ children and youth through free legal representation, education and training, and public policy advocacy. Because 40% of all homeless youth identify as LGBTQIA+ our goal is to reduce homelessness and promote equal treatment of LGBTQIA+ children and youth in social welfare agencies, government services, the courts, and public schools throughout Kentucky.  KYLP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Our Tax Identity Number is 46-5170220.

University of Kentucky: Kentucky Geological Survey
The Kentucky Geological Survey (KGS) is a publicly-supported research center located on the main campus of the University of Kentucky. We serve the state of Kentucky by conducting research and providing unbiased information about geologic resources, environmental issues, and natural hazards affecting Kentucky.

Kentucky State University Land Grant Programs
The new College of Agriculture, Community and the Sciences (CACS) is composed of five schools, including the School of Agriculture, Communities, and the Environment; School of Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences; School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics; School of Education, Human Development, and Consumer Sciences; and the School of Nursing. There are many exciting undergraduate and graduate degree program areas housed in the five schools. Additionally, the CACS also works closely with the Kentucky State University Land Grant Program and its Research, Extension, and outreach programs

Kentucky Geographic Alliance
The Kentucky Geographic Alliance is a grassroots organization of educators supporting geographic education. We provide support services for P-12 teachers in the Commonwealth to enhance the geographic awareness of students. As a part of this initiative we send out Kentucky in the News once a month in which local news stories are related to geography for use in Kentucky classrooms. National Geographic maps and other resources are also available from the KGA. We encourage you to join us!

Northern Kentucky University Office of Graduate Education
Our personalized student focus makes Northern Kentucky University the premier choice for furthering your education and enhancing your career path.  Our graduate programs are born in theory and grown in practice, giving you the core competencies and the confidence needed to succeed and lead in your career

University of Louisville School of Medicine-Integrated Programs in Biomedical Sciences
The Integrated Programs in Biomedical Sciences (IPIBS) at the University of Louisville, is a gateway for graduate students interested in biomedical research as a career choice. The University of Louisville offers a supportive academic environment in a friendly, vibrant city and a financial assistance package consisting of an annual stipend, health insurance, and full tuition coverage. 
Graduate students enter the IPIBS program through one of the five basic biomedical discipline-based Ph.D. programs at the School of Medicine. IPIBS awards fellowships for students in the first two years in the program, after which support is maintained through the Departments.

Kentucky Land Heritage Conservation Fund

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Career Fair & Exhibitors Tables
The KAS STEM Career Fair is Friday Nov 3 from 11-2 in the NKU Student Union. We expect hundreds of undergraduate & graduate students from all over Kentucky. This is a great way to promote your company or organization and share employment opportunities.

$175 Affiliates / KAS Members ($200 gets you an Exhibitors Table for all day Friday & Saturday)
$200 non-members ($225 gets you an Exhibitors Table for all day Friday & Saturday)

Advertisements will be featured on our website, and in the meeting program.
2" x 3.5" Business card                                 $75
3.5" x 4" quarter- page block                     $150
3.5" x 7" half-page                                          $300

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