Wells Fargo Urban Land Institute Scholarship

Wells Fargo has teamed up with ULI, the Urban Land Institute, to offer scholarships for undergraduate students to attend the ULI Fall Meeting.  ULI is an independent global nonprofit supported by members representing the entire spectrum of real estate development and land use disciplines.  The Fall Meeting brings together leaders from every sector of the real estate industry and the scholarship of up to $600 in travel expenses will help provide undergraduate students the opportunity to attend the Fall Meeting.  For your reference, all information can be found here: http://fall.uli.org/register/scholarships/.

Final Exam Review Sessions

Below is information regarding final exam review sessions being hosted by the Office of the Dean of Students, the Office of Minority Student Affairs and the Tutoring and Instructional Services Center.  All students are welcome to attend the review sessions.  You should come prepared with questions. We will post our walk-in tutoring schedules for Finals Week on the Tutortrac homepage at https://tutortrac.omsa.illinois.edu/tracweb40/default.html this week.

ACCY202

Friday, May 8

9:30-11:30am

OMSA-East

Tutor: Tingya Hu

 

CHEM102

Saturday, May 9

12-2pm

OMSA-East

Tutor: Asif Bhatti and Marcus Sanders

 

CHEM104

Saturday, May 9

3-5pm

OMSA East

Tutor: Asif Bhatti and Marcus Sanders

 

CHEM232

Monday, May 11

3-5pm

OMSA-East

Tutor: Asif Bhatti

 

CS105

Thursday, May 7

12-2 p.m.

OMSA-East

Tutor: Felipe Saldaña

 

MATH115

Thursday, May 7

2:30pm-4:30pm

Native American House

Tutor: Felipe Saldaña

 

MATH220

Tuesday, May 12

1:30-3:30 p.m.

Asian American Cultural Center – first floor

Tutor: Zhongmou Gu

 

MCB150

Thursday, May 7

8-10am

OMSA-East

Tutor: Sonya Dave

 

PHYS101

Thursday, May 7

10am-12pm

OMSA-East

Tutor: Sonya Dave

 

Spanish

Thursday, May 7

2-4 p.m.

La Casa Cultural Latina room 211

Tutor: Nadia Gonzalez

 

  Location: 701 S. Gregory, Suite I
Urbana. (The office is across Oregon Street from the Krannert Center and just behind Merry Ann’s Diner.)

Regular Hours for the Tutoring and Instructional Services Center:

9 a.m. until 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday
9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday

Hours for Finals Week: 

9 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday through Wednesday
9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday of Finals Week

If you want a quiet place to study, you are welcome to come and study here during Finals Week – we will even provide free cookies for you to snack on while you study!

Illini Street Team Ambassadors

As the summer quickly approaches, we are looking to recruit thirty (30) dedicated students living in the Chicagoland area that want to gain valuable hands-on experience, improve their resume, and help us PAINT CHICAGO ORANGE by spreading the Illini brand image.

The events located in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs start in the month of May after school is let out and continue till school is back in session. The job is unpaid, but the hours are voluntary (you work when you can work) and more importantly the experience is extraordinary. Many of our street team ambassadors met many great contacts and wrote wonderful testimonies about their experience like the one below:

“Being a part of the University of Illinois Street Team is an exhilarating, fun and a great learning experience for anyone who wants hands on marketing & communications experience. As a brand ambassador I was able share my passion for U of I and to network with alumni and Illini fans during fun events such as concerts, beach events and many others.”
-Angelina Gradilla
Class of 2016

Now is this time to become an ambassador for your school help spread the Illini passion to the millions of people living in the Chicagoland area.   You will be integral in this effort!

All summer long, as fun, energetic, and passionate brand ambassadors, you will help with the following:

  • Attend/staff Live Nation concerts at First Merit Bank Pavilion the lakefront in downtown Chicago in the Illini Tent.   Schedule still being finalized but here is the venue site http://www.firstmeritbankpavilion.net/
  • Street  teams to help comb Chicago beaches and City/Suburban streets singing (not literally) the praises of your school
  • Running the booths and working the crowd at Players Sports Group events such as The Big Dig volleyball tourney at North Avenue Beach https://www.playerssports.net/
  • Other fun events such as Naperville Rib Fest at which we’ll have mobile marketing presence.

Again, as a reminder all of these events will be taking place in the Chicago area all throughout the summer of 2015.  Participation time will vary, but will likely not extend beyond a few hours for each event.

As a reminder this is a non-paid volunteer position, but your dedication to the job is critical as you will be the front line in representing your Alma Mater.  People will want to hear your stories and share their stories about the greatest school in the universe.

If you like what you hear, please contact Matt Wszolek at mwszolek@illinois.edu.  Space is extremely limited and will be filled on a first-come, first serve basis.

Hail to the Orange.
Matt Wszolek
Senior Executive of Marketing & Media
University of Illinois
Illini Center
200 S. Wacker Dr.
Chicago, IL 60606
312-575-7842
mwszolek@illinois.edu

100 for 100 Walk

The College of Business is celebrating its 100 year anniversary with a charity event to raise money for ALS awareness. On May 1st, from 4pm-6pm on the field behind the Business Instructional Facility (6th Street Lawn), teams of 4 to 10 will walk a combined 100 laps around BIF representing the 100 years of the College of Business’s existence. PricewaterhouseCoopers and possibly Grant Thornton are sponsoring the event and will have representatives to network with and free giveaways. There will also be a guest speaker from the ALS Association, free frozen yogurt, games, and an ALS Ice Bucket dunk tank.

The cost to register is $10 per person, you don’t have to be a business major, and all proceeds go to the ALS Association. Furthermore, you’ll receive a free t-shirt for participating! Please join us in raising money for this great cause by registering your team through the link below by Thursday, April 23rd at 11:59PM. Only one submission is required per team. Even if you can’t attend the event, donations are appreciated and can be contributed by clicking here.

Click here to register your team.

RECAP:

What: 100 for 100 Walk for ALS
Who: Teams of 4-10 students
Where: 6th Street Lawn (field behind BIF)
When: May 1st from 4pm-6pm
Why: To raise money for ALS Awareness while enjoying May’s beautiful weather.

Harvard Business School SVMP

The Harvard Business School (HBS) Summer Venture in Management Program (SVMP) is a one-week management training program for rising college seniors designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education. The SVMP Application will be available online in February 2015. The application deadline is Monday, May 11, 2015. To apply to and for more information about SVMP, please visit the program’s website: www.hbs.edu/svmp

Walgreens Case Competition

Where: Business Instructional Facility (BIF) Room 3039

When: April 24th between 9:30 am and 3:30 pm

This case competition will allow students the opportunity to research and develop a strategic analysis on a Walgreens topic and present their recommendation to Walgreens representatives. Please contact Vivian Qian, our Walgreens Campus Ambassador, in order to sign up your team at vivian.m.qian@gmail.com.

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