The PLAS blog includes some online resources to help you start looking for summer internships. It is not too early to start! Also — the application for the White House Summer 2014 Internship Program is now available and due January 5, 2014. For more information about this interesting program, click on the link in the blog. http://publish.illinois.edu/prelawadvising/.
When: January 10th, 2014
- Identify your personal values
- Formalize your leadership philosophy
- Discover your personal strengths
- Explore you social identities
If you are on campus, transportation will be provided.
When: January 25, 2014
- Learn how integrity intersects with leadership
- Explore your personal values
- Navigate challenging ethical dilemmas
Register Online Today at http://www.illinoisleadership.uiuc.edu/
- Click “Log in” in the top right corner
- Click “I-programs” on the left
- Select the program you wish to register for
If you have any questions e-mail the Illinois Leadership Center at email@example.com
MACS 166 section A
331 Gregory Hall
What does it mean to be “literate” in a world defined by constantly
changing communication technology? Is multitasking spreading us too
thin or is it necessary to our survival? What skills will we need to
be part of the digital future? Do Wikipedia and Facebook expand our
freedom or constrain it? Do we control social media or does it shape
us? This course will jump into the middle of lively conversations like
these and many others. In the process, we will collaborate to produce
our own media projects with with various digital tools including
Scalar, an interactive, non-linear publishing platform.
A Social Work minor has been approved within the School of Social Work. Students who complete the SOCW minor, and choose to continue their social work education with an MSW program at the University of Illinois, will have already complete two of the required MSW courses. This can allow for a reduced course load or additional space for elective classes.
|3||SOCW 200 – Introduction to Social Work|
|3||SOCW 300 – Diversity: Identities and issues|
|3||SOCW 321 – Social Entrepreneurship and Social Change|
|6||At least two of the following classes|
|SOCW 410 – Social Welfare Policies and Services|
|SOCW 427 – Social Work Research Methods|
|SOCW 451 – Human Behavior in the Social Environment (HBSE 1: Human Development)|
|3||Social Work elective chosen from list of approved SOCW elective courses|
|18||Total hours in Social Work|
Study/ Snack Break on Reading Day
Come here learn about the Spanish minor and Studying Abroad for Spanish and enjoy some free snacks!
December 12 1:00-2:30
Lucy Ellis Lounge, FLB
P.S. If you think you want to declare the minor at this meeting, print out your academic record and bring it along.
BUS199 CRN: 54987, 4:00 – 4:50 pm Thursdays, 1049 BIF
Peer Advisors are trained to assist new freshmen and undecided sophomores within the College via walk-in appointments and emails. Peer advisors will be trained in undergraduate policies and procedures – and have general knowledge of majors and study abroad opportunities. Peer Advising (BUS199) course will satisfy the sophomore year James Scholar Honors activity. Serving as a Peer Advisor will satisfy junior and senior James Scholar Honors activities. Please email Amber Moore with your UIN # at firstname.lastname@example.org to request enrollment in the spring 2014 BUS 199 – Peer Advisor Training course
*Limited to College of Business sophomores and juniors.
Please check the Pre-Law Advising Services blog for information about the CollegeCONNECT Kick-Off Event set for tomorrow, at 6pm at the UIUC College of Law. This info session will explain the curriculum and participation, and allow students to decide whether they’d like to participate during the Spring Semester. Dinner will be served!! http://illinois.edu/calendar/detail/2508eventId=30586270&calMin=201311&cal=20131111&skinId=2741.
The Department of Accountancy is offering information sessions about the BS/MAS program. There are two separate programs: one for seniors that will be graduate students in fall 2014 and another one for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors.
Senior Program Sessions:
- Friday, November 15; 1:00 p.m. Deloitte Auditorium in BIF
- Friday, December 6; 1:00 p.m. Deloitte Auditorium in BIF
–Information on MAS degree requirements and the five graduate concentrations (Business and Public Policy, Corporate Governance and International Business, Finance, Information Technology and Control, and Tax).
–Details on the Second Stage application process and applying for scholarships/assistantships.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP using this link: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/1597135. You’re welcome to come even if you don’t RSVP, but we’re trying to get a rough idea of how many handouts to bring to each session. Each session will last about 45 minutes. The dress code is casual.
- Friday, November 15; 2:00 p.m. Deloitte Auditorium in BIF
- Friday, December 6; 2:00 p.m. Deloitte Auditorium in BIF
Advisors Melinda Ohlsson and Sue Thomas will discuss the structure of the five-year program, application procedures/requirements, sample schedules, program concentrations, and financial aid information. IMPORTANT: Students that plan to start graduate studies in fall 2015 (i.e. be a graduate student during the 2015-2016 academic year) must apply to the BS/MAS program by February 1, 2014.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP using this link: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/5948083. You’re welcome to come even if you don’t RSVP, but we’re trying to get a rough idea of how many handouts to bring to each session. Each session will last about 45 minutes. The dress code is casual.
Questions about the sessions can be directed to Sue Thomas at email@example.com.
Interested in studying abroad? Stop by the Study Abroad Fair!
Warm up with some hot chocolate at the Study Abroad Fair on Tuesday, November 19th from 11am-4pm in the Illini Union.
Learn about study abroad programs located around the world. Discover how to incorporate your study abroad experience into your major, minor, or career plans. Talk to returnees, peer advisors, study abroad advisors, faculty, scholarships, and more. All in one location!
Whether you’re a freshman just starting to think about studying abroad, or a junior aiming for the January 15th Priority Deadline, this is the one place you’ll want to stop by to explore your program options.
Date: Monday, November 18, 2013
Place: Lincoln Hall, Room 1000
Interested in hearing from a U.S. Ambassador? Thinking about a career as a Foreign or Civil Service Officer? Ever wondered what it would be like to work for the US in a foreign country? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then come hear from our State Department Diplomat-in-Residence, Ambassador Ian Kelly. Ambassador Kelly has had an extensive career that includes tours of duty in Vienna (OSCE), Washington D.C., Brussels (NATO), Ankara, Belgrade, and Moscow. For more on internships and careers with the State Department, visit http://careers.state.gov/.