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  • Lampert Faculty Scholars Program
    Criteria The following criteria will be used to award Lampert Faculty Scholarships The applicant s proposed research should explore issues relating to civic affairs and public policy broadly construed in contexts outside the United States Applicants can apply for both a Lampert faculty scholarship and a Research Council major grant at the same time However only one award will be granted to a faculty member in any given year The proposed research promises to result in significant contributions to the field of humanities social sciences or natural sciences or to interdisciplinary endeavors The travel related to the proposed research should be limited to a few weeks though in exceptional circumstances additional time will be supported if the budget allows While proposals for research in any international location will be considered those focused in Africa Asia the Middle East or South or Central America will be given priority The Lampert Institute may also ask for letters of support demonstrating feasibility of the proposed research Supported Categories Travel and living expenses All travel and per diem expenses must conform to Colgate University s Travel Policy Expenses must be verified with receipts and should not exceed the limits stated in the University Travel Policy Guidelines or the Research Council Guidelines Research supplies equipment or fees e g archive access Purchases of computer equipment software and related items must be coordinated through Information Technology Services and comply with Colgate standards when possible Applications Applications should include the following Cover page listing title of project the applicant and his or her department or program One page project summary Project narrative limit 8 pages double spaced 12 point font Budget refer to the Colgate University Research Council Guidelines for current travel and cost of living expense limits Explanation of budget use the budget form from the

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/centers-and-institutes/lampert-institute/faculty-scholars (2016-02-01)
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  • Colgate University Travel Policy
    tax exemption number is located in the lower left portion of the Colgate University JP Morgan MasterCard which may be honored by the vendor to eliminate the sales tax Please contact the Office of Accounting Control for further information The University will not reimburse for any mini bar charges The University will not reimburse charges for laundry services or in room movies for stays of four consecutive nights or less Lodging with friends or relatives When it is convenient for the employee to stay with friends or relatives the reasonable cost of a gift or meal is reimbursable A receipt for the gift or meal must be included in the traveler s expense report For single overnight stays the maximum amount that can be expensed is 50 for multiple nights the maximum is 150 regardless of the number of overnight stays Only one gift or meal per trip to a host is permitted and cash payments for lodging if given will not be reimbursed In situations where the stay exceeds five consecutive nights exceptions to the maximum can be approved by an appropriate member of the president s staff and if necessary after consultation with the Vice President for Finance and Administration Meals and Entertainment Meals and entertainment expenses are allowable expenditures if they are reasonable and necessary expenses directly related to the business or functions of the University and consistent with Colgate s not for profit status Departments may choose to be more restrictive than this policy due to budget constraints and or other reasons however the maximum amounts set forth in this policy may not be exceeded unless extraordinary circumstances dictate otherwise While it is not encouraged a limited amount of alcohol in connection with a traveler s meal is reimbursable Please note however that reimbursement for alcohol purchases is prohibited under government Federal and state grants Meals While Traveling Domestic Employees have the option of choosing one of two meal management options while traveling domestically a the per diem allowance or b actual expense reimbursement The per diem allowance is a daily rate that may be selected in lieu of submitting receipts The actual expenses method requires the submission of receipts to support expenses claimed Per Diem Allowance The traveler can elect to be reimbursed for meals and incidentals as outlined by the U S General Services Administration GSA tables The allowed expense is determined by the traveler s destination and will be automatically calculated in the Concur expense reporting system Please note that the GSA generated per diem amount on the first and last day of each trip will be adjusted down by 50 as these days do not constitute full travel days Travelers however may request a waiver to this downward adjustment from their supervisor NOTE The per diem rate must be reduced when a colleague vendor alumnus or other third party pays for a meal An example of a per diem rate adjustment is as follows When the conference attended provides some meals as

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/purchasing/travelpolicyinfo/travelpolicy (2016-02-01)
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  • Guidelines for Travel to High-Risk Destinations with Students
    U S Embassy s ability to provide emergency consular services is limited If a travel warning or a travel alert is issued while a study group is in session Colgate will weigh the best options for the students in consultation with the study group director Off Campus Study Risk Management U S embassy officials and other U S and on site resources Colgate will consider starting new programs or running existing programs in countries for which the State Department has issued lesser travel warning levels such as for example when the State Department only warns U S citizens of the risks dangers or potential risk or danger of travel to the country urges U S citizens to evaluate carefully their security and safety before traveling to the country warns cautions U S citizens to consider the risks of travel to the country cautions U S citizens to take prudent security measures urges warns U S citizens to weigh the necessity of travel to the country or urges U S citizens to exercise extreme caution If a country has a lesser travel warning OR if the Country Specific Information Sheet indicates serious concerns about safety infrastructure available medical facilities or on going threats in security in the country or in certain regions of the country the faculty or staff wishing to take students to the country must provide additional information as part of the university approval process Proposing a Program or Trip Before beginning a proposal the faculty member must meet with the directors of Off Campus Study and Risk Management to discuss general safety issues and to verify the level of the travel warning and or the risk level as presented in the country specific information sheet Proposals to take students to high risk destinations undergo an additional review by the Risk Assessment Committee comprised of Director of Off Campus Study International Programs Risk Manager Dean of the Faculty Faculty chair of the Off Campus Study Committee Vice President for Finance and Administration The Risk Assessment Committee is responsible for assessing the inherent and potential security risks of a proposal s destination and will have the authority to reject a proposal if the security risks assessed are considered too high for students and faculty Prior to making any decision the committee will consult with and may request additional information from the faculty staff member who submitted the proposal The faculty proposal for a new or existing study group extended study or for any Colgate supported event athletic competition student research club activities etc in a high risk location must address the following issues and questions Review of U S State Department information Please review and attach information from the U S State Department with your proposal Safety security and crime Will you be traveling in a region that the State Dept has identified as a problem area Based on the State Department information and your local resources describe the level of crime in any region where you will be traveling

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/deanoffacultyoffice/currentfaculty/studygroupdirectors/high-risk-destinations (2016-02-01)
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  • Career Services for Students - Student and Alumni Engagement
    Connect to the world of work Learn from Colgate s professional network you won t know until you try it Menu Menu A Day in the Life Real World Series SophoMORE Connections Many of our signature programs focus around creating opportunities for interactions between Colgate students and our alumni and parents Collaboration with working professionals allows students to develop and grow their networks while learning about different industries and organizations Meanwhile the shared Colgate connection becomes an easy foundation on which to build relationships Immersion Trips Immersion trips take students to explore the real world through employer site visits and networking events Immersion programs introduce students to career options exhibit cultural differences amongst organizations and create connections between students and high level professionals in their fields of interest LEARN MORE A Day in the Life A Day in the Life is a day long January job shadowing experience that provides first and second year Colgate students with an introduction to careers and professional settings and grows their comfort with networking LEARN MORE Sopho MORE Connections Sopho MORE Connections is a two day immersive program tailored specifically for sophomores Through panels discussions and networking events lead by over 125 alumni Career Services professionals and faculty students will explore professional options academic majors and off campus study LEARN MORE Real World Series Real World Series offers year long programming for seniors facilitating alumni networking class unity and discussions about life after Colgate skills LEARN MORE Wolk Conference on Medical Education This bi annual Wolk Conference on Medical Education features panels and networking opportunities between students and alumni from various health professions Campus Life Housing Options Campus Dining Arts on Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Shaw Wellness Institute Volunteerism Religious Life Diversity and Inclusion Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/campus-life/career-services/signature/studentalumniengagement (2016-02-01)
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  • Career Services for Students - Internship Basics
    retail sales associate waiter waitress lifeguard etc Internships Internships incorporate projects that require greater amounts of responsibility and offer opportunities to attain knowledge and skills relevant to that specific industry in addition to clerical work Interns are typically supervised by staff trained and skilled in the profession These positions can be paid or unpaid and full time or part time Career Exploration Activities In addition to internships and summer jobs students can explore a career field and gain skills and experience through volunteerism travel job shadowing observation informational interviews academic courses and study abroad Many students use non internship experiences to reveal their interests and build the skills necessary to land an internship or entry level job or to round out a resume Importance of Internships You ve heard everyone talk about the significance of internships Why so much hype Employers and graduate programs now expect competitive candidates to amass a minimum of two significant experiences internships research collegiate athletics volunteer work by the point at which you apply for a post graduate option These experiences demonstrate your commitment and interest to a specific career field For liberal arts students especially internships are also important because they allow you to Gain insight on your career direction Internships allow you to explore potential areas of interest and can alert you to career fields that you haven t yet considered or are not represented in your academic coursework Test out different work environments Evaluate a variety of office cultures and settings to determine your best fit Build your resume and develop industry specific skills and experiences to better qualify you for more advanced positions down the road Shape and grow your professional network Practice the job search process Still have questions about what an internship is or why it s important Make

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/campus-life/career-services/jobs-and-internships/internship-basics (2016-02-01)
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  • Athletics
    COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Senior Vice President Employment Counsel Viacom 1992 graduate Clinical Psychologist Self employed 1997 graduate Teacher Yorba Linda CA Language Corps 2011 graduate English Teacher Walnut High School 2010 graduate President Chief Executive Officer Blue Chip Films 1991 graduate President and Chief Executive Officer Green Bay Packers 1977 graduate Health and Social Justice Kolkata India Kolkata India and Pine Ridge Reservation 2011 graduate Director Annual Giving UCLA Health Sciences UCLA 2010 graduate Director of Marketing Clorox Company 1992 graduate Neurosurgeon Chief of Pediatric Neurological Surgery Miami Children s Hospital 1962 graduate Vice President Lax New Businesses Global Com Manager Bauer Performance Sports LTD 1993 graduate Physician OB GYN Westchester Health Associates 1974 graduate Head of Investor Experience Strategic Initiatives Jet com 2005 graduate Head Coach Women s Ice Hockey University of Minnesota 2002 graduate Director Risk Management American Express Company 2009 graduate Vice President Blue Cross Blue Shield 1967 graduate Associate AlixPartners 2009 graduate Marketing National Basketball Association 1997 graduate Nuclear Electronics Technician US Navy 2011 graduate Associate Software Engineer CNET com 1999 graduate Web Designer Project Manager Juicyorange LLC 2013 graduate Associate Pamplona Capital Management 2012 graduate Teacher 4th grade Noxon Road Elementary School 1988 graduate Customer Insights Analyst Google Inc 2011 graduate MBA Intern Global Performance Solutions Team Google Inc 2009 graduate Physician US Naval Hospital 2000 graduate Communications Specialist Thomas Jefferson Foundation 2010 graduate Associate Perkins Coie 2007 graduate Process Developer Volvo Automotive 1984 graduate Director of Research Potomac Advocates The 2012 graduate Founder Owner Denver Beer Co 2004 graduate Consultant Federal Strategy Deloitte LLP 2010 graduate Pilot Captain United Airlines 1968 graduate Business Development Manager Frava Inc 2012 graduate Research Assistant Brigham Women s Hospital 2013 graduate LXM Pro Marketing Producer Adrenaline 2013 graduate Director of Employee Development United Technologies Corp 1963 graduate

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/distinctly-colgate/success-after-colgate/athletics?major=ATW (2016-02-01)
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  • Summit Series Lectures - Entrepreneurship Institute
    product service or skills to limitless numbers of potential customers investors etc However a professional website can also be expensive reaching into the tens of thousands of dollars if you enlist the help of a professional developer If you re a fledgling business you likely don t have that kind of money to spend Luckily you have options You can get your first website started on a shoestring budget with the right investment of time and effort Intelligently leveraging basic tools like Weebly or Wordpress which are free or inexpensive can help you get off the ground until you have more to invest in a custom professional website We ll take a look at what tools are out there and some general good practices that every website should follow See http www jasonbk com 2014 07 how to build your own website for beginners How a Colgate soccer player graduated to successful entrepreneur 5 00 6 00 p m Friday September 26 ALANA multi purpose room Presented by Charlie Lambropoulos 07 co founder LYFE Mobile Details Three years ago a friend and I started a mobile advertising company with 4 000 and a pitbull in a living room This year we sold the company for millions of dollars Nothing came easy The entire process of starting a company and building it into something successful was far different from what I had imagined and a real life business school We were forced to learn some major lessons in corporate and employment law and about how to avoid the deep pit of snakes who are trying to take a bite of your money We had to learn about accounting and management on the fly just as we were figuring out how to consistently grow revenue We experienced a pathetic amount of failures and frustration along the way and even when we saw the light at the end of the tunnel and had an offer we didn t want to refuse we learned hard lessons about negotiating But it all worked out in the end and I can t imagine being anything other than an entrepreneur or trying to be at least How to promote yourself or your company using digital media 5 00 6 00 p m October 9 Persson Auditorium Presented by Matt Hames Manager of Media Communications at Colgate University Details In this presentation Colgate s digital strategist Matt Hames will show you some techniques for getting yourself or your business found using digital media Matt not only runs Colgate s presence on platforms like Facebook and Twitter but years ago he turned on Facebook profiles for Fisher Price and Bojangles restaurants What can I do with a 3D printer 5 00 6 00 p m Tuesday October 21 Case Geyer Library Room 560 Presented by Ahmad Khazaee Instructional Technologist at Colgate University Details As 3D printers drop in price you may wonder What can I do with a 3D printer 3D printing currently straddles the line between novel and

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/distinctly-colgate/entrepreneurship/summit-series-lectures (2016-02-01)
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  • Entrepreneurs at Colgate - Submit an Update
    Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Volunteerism Religious Life Diversity and Inclusion Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Distinctly Colgate Entrepreneurship Submit an Update Where Are You Now We invite our student and alumni entrepreneurs to update us on your current entrepreneurial endeavors and successes Menu Menu We would like to highlight successes in the Colgate entrepreneurship ecosystem If you have any recent and significant news about your entrepreneurial pursuits such as acquisitions partnerships in the press etc please share with us so we can message these great stories to the Colgate community Loading Distinctly Colgate Intellectual Engagement International Programs Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Student Incubator Entrepreneur Weekend Entrepreneurs Fund Summit Series Professional Network News Campus Venture Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/distinctly-colgate/entrepreneurship/submit-update (2016-02-01)
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