What do the Fab Lab, an online collection of Japanese woodblock prints, and CU Wiki.net have in common? Your students can learn about these projects and other topics of interest to library and information science this Friday, October 19 at GSLIS in a Flash! Come join us as current GSLIS students present a series of Pecha Kucha style talks starting at 5:30 in LIS 126. For a full list of students presenting and an abstract of their talks, visit: http://www.lis.illinois.edu/events/2012/10/19/gslis-flash.
For students interested in biology teaching and the MCB major.
Seating is limited and RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
Call 217-333-6774 or stop by 127 Burrill Hall to Reserve your spot.
Graduate & Professional School Fair <https://www.careercenter.illinois.edu/events/fairs/gpfair>
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 3-7 p.m., Illini Union
Open to ALL students. Come as you are! A full list of participating schools and programs is now available <https://tcc-illinois-csm.symplicity.com/events/students.php?mode=list&cf=gradpro12> .
The College of Education will be holding Informational Sessions for students that wish to transfer into the College of Education. Please encourage your students to attend one of our informational sessions if they have questions about the application process to the majors of Elementary Education, Early Childhood or Special Education. Attending a session is the BEST way for students to get all their questions answered by an academic advisor.
The informational sessions will be held every Tuesday of the Fall semester 4-5pm Education building room 210A.
Be Global is a new resource for U of I students to find out about international opportunities – both on campus and abroad.
Think of it as a website, an international community, and an ideal.
What do you stand for? How do your social identities impact your leadership effectiveness? What are your unique talents and skills?
Visit the Annual OVP Volunteer Fair on Tuesday, September 4, 2012 from 10a-2p in the Illini Union I-Rooms ABC, and meet Volunteer Coordinators from dozens of agencies and student service organizations, learn about volunteer opportunities, and apply to volunteer with an issue, time and location that fit your schedule and interests. No registration necessary!
Contact OVP with any questions at (217) 333-7424 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the fall semester! You are receiving this email because in addition to teaching, you may also have a pre-health educational goal, such as medicine, dentistry, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, or veterinary medicine.
The Career Center offers a variety of services to assist you, from the time you begin thinking about a health profession, to the moment you are admitted to a professional program.