The Ernst and Young (EY) Accountancy Peer Tutor Center (PTC) is now accepting Peer Tutor applications for Fall 2016 for 2-3 openings. The application deadline is Monday, August 15. The application is available here https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/1062812: More information is available in the ACCY Peer Tutor Job Description. The typical time commitment is 4-6 hours per week. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with several professors from all over campus who care passionately about topics like climate change, debt, and healthy communities? Students like you told us about these interests. We’ve reached out to some of the most talented teachers on campus to create three unique Critical Frameworks courses—a new way of exploring these challenging subjects. The Frameworks courses will put you in conversation with award-winning faculty in the arts, sciences, social sciences, humanities, business, and engineering.
Each Frameworks course meets twice per week: first for a lecture that gathers all students and faculty, and next in small seminars. Through this innovative structure, you’ll benefit from the expertise of several faculty while working closely with your professor and a network of peers. You’ll meet interesting students, hear great lectures, and participate in group projects that you can publish on your own electronic portfolio.
Click on the below links to Course Explorer and see which Frameworks course fits your interests and schedule! You can also watch our short video, visit our webpage, talk to your advisor, or email email@example.com
GCL 200/201*: Frameworks for Inequality & Cultural Understanding
2 Gen Eds: Humanities & the Arts/US Minority Cultures
(*GCL 201 also meets Advanced Composition)
GCL 210: Frameworks for Sustainability, Energy & the Environment
2 Gen Eds: Humanities & the Arts/Cultural Studies
GCL 220: Frameworks for Building Healthy Communities
2 Gen Eds: Humanities & the Arts/Cultural Studies
*NEW* AGED 260: Introduction to Leadership Studies is now being offered as a summer online course!
Overview of multiple leadership theories and their application to leadership and followership in multiple settings. Students learn and apply leadership theories to enhance their own leadership and record their growth through a series of surveys, readings, exams and assignments.
This online course will include unique videos, an interactive e-Text, group activities and even a game simulation for one of the eight modules.
- 8-week Summer Session 2: June 13 – August 6, 2016.
- CRN: 36784
- Meets a Social Science General Education requirement
- Required course in the Minor in Leadership Studies
ACCY 304 Students:
This is a quick reminder regarding the undergraduate auditing course options, which are restricted to declared Accountancy majors. When registering in April, please plan on the appropriate course (which is designated according to your educational track):
BS/MAS – Audit Option
–Students admitted to the Initial Stage of the BS/MAS (and not pursuing Tax) need to take ACCY 405, (Assurance and Attestation). These students will then take ACCY 515, Auditing and Assurance Standards, during the MAS year. ACCY 405 is restricted to students in the 5-year BS/MAS program. If you applied to the Initial Stage of the BS/MAS program by 2/1/16 and were admitted, you will need to accept the admission offer in order to access this class. Potential BS/MAS-Tax students should not take this class (see below).
BS Only or Dual Degree Only
–Students *not* pursuing the BS/MAS will take ACCY 415, Auditing Standards and Practice. Please note that ACCY 415 fulfills the B.S. degree requirement in lieu of ACCY 405 and will fill in that section of your DARS report.
BS/MAS – Tax Option
–Students admitted to the Initial Stage of the BS/MAS that are planning on the MAS-Taxation Option should also take ACCY 415. Please contact your Academic Advisor to obtain an override for this course.
During your undergraduate studies, you must select one or the other. You cannot get credit for both and you cannot count both classes towards B.S. degree requirements. ACCY 304 is a prerequisite for both of these classes. Please contact your Accountancy Academic Advisor if you have questions about your options.
The Department of Accountancy is sponsoring an upcoming CPA Exam Information Session for potential State of Illinois CPA Exam candidates. Russ Friedewald, Executive Director of the Illinois Board of Examiners, will discuss CPA educational requirements, application procedures, and other important information about the exam and the CPA license.
Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Time: 4:00 p.m.-4:50 p.m.
Location: Deloitte Auditorium, Business Instructional Facility
Please RSVP at this link: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/7730404. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great Spring Break!
His Kids Closet. This non-profit organization provides clothing and other necessities to those in need – mostly younger kids to infants.
His Kids Closet is offering internships in the following fields:
- VP of Output
- VP of Finance
- VP of Marketing
- Local Marketing Manager
- Brand Management Manager
- VP of Human Relations
- VP of Intake
- Pick-Up Manager
Additionally, volunteer opportunities in:
- Sorting and folding
- Filling Orders
- Pick up or drop off donations
Contact email@example.com for additional information.
Free 5K Race/Walk and Health Fair
Avicenna Community Health Center — Student Initiative will be hosting a 5K run/walk on April 3rd. The 5K event will be entirely FREE for all participants and food/refreshments will be provided. In addition, there will be an associated wellness fair featuring both health professionals and other health-orientated organizations.
Join Avicenna on a beautiful spring day where you can run or walk with fellow supporters as staff times your pace, hands out awards, and provides relevant health information.
Registration Link: http://goo.gl/forms/22f3VZWn1U
Event Date: April 3rd, 2016 (8 AM – 12 PM)
Event Address: UIUC Arboretum – 2001 S. Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, IL 61802
Europe in Trouble
European Politics, Society, and Culture since 1945
This course focuses on important societal, political, and cultural issues that have shaped the history of Europe since 1945. It seeks to understand the many debates that have accompanied the process of European unification in their historical and cultural contexts.
The central thesis of the course is that the history of postwar Europe can be understood as a series of crises, starting with the immediate aftermath of World War II, but also including the revolutionary year 1968, the fall of the Wall, the war in Yugoslavia, etc. While the courses focuses on important societal and political developments, it also argues that culture played an important role in the series of crises that constitute Europe’s postwar history, and that films, essays, and other cultural artifacts can function as an important resource for understanding the conflicts and controversies that shaped the public debate in Europe since 1945.
Includes weekly film screenings!
8-week course! March 14 – May 4
Monday / Wednesday / Friday
1.00-1.50 PM – Lecture; 166 Bevier Hall
Thursday 5:00-7:30 PM – Film; 319 Gregory Hall
Professor Carl Niekerk
For more information write to:
NRES 101 Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century has transitioned to a new format, asynchronous online course with in person exams on the evenings of April 13th and May 11th. The course is taught by Dr. Mike Ward, an award winning Associate Professor of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. You can find full course details at https://courses.illinois.edu/schedule/2016/spring/NRES/101.
EPSY 203: Social Justice Group Dialogue courses are now open for enrollment. These 1 credit hour, second 8 week courses provide students with opportunities to converse on specific diversity and social justice topics and are offered as separate sections under the course heading. Each section uses a structure dialogue format to explore intergroup and intragroup differences and similarities within historical and contemporary contexts. May be repeated in the same tem to a maximum of 2 hours. May be repeated in separate terms to a maximum of 6 hours.
This Spring 2016 semester we are offering the following dialogue topics: Exploring Gender (Cis & Trans); African/African American; 2 sections on Being White in a Multicultural Society Dialogue; 2 sections on Race/Ethnicity; Exploring LGBQA/Heterosexual dialogue; Exploring Socioeconomic Class; Conservative/Liberal (Political Affiliation) dialogue; Exploring Disability; and US/International Relations: A Global Dialogue. For specific day/time and location information and to register go to the Enterprise Self-Service Application. For descriptive information on the section topics please go to: http://go.illinois.edu/EPSY203