NCSA SPIN event for creative undergraduates

NCSA is looking for Illinois undergraduate students who have big ideas and the creativity, skill, and drive needed to bring them to life.

Join NCSA from 4 to 6 pm Oct. 24 for NCSA SPIN (Students Pushing Innovation). Meet with NCSA staff and learn more about their research and areas of expertise, such as high-performance computational modeling, big data, 3D visualization, and more. Participating organizations and projects include: Blue Waters <> ,XSEDE <> , the Illinois Informatics Institute <> , eDream <> , and the Illinois Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science <> . Free snacks will be provided.

NCSA offering up to 15 paid innovation fellowships—selected students will work with NCSA mentors during the Spring 2013 semester on projects related to the center’s interests and areas of expertise. Fellowship proposals are due Nov. 9.

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Learn about Humanities Research

Creative Inquiry in the Humanities,

a Conversation

Date:                         Wednesday, October 24, 2012
                        5:00 p.m.

Location:      Honors Commons Lounge, Room 2034

Lincoln Hall, second floor (up SW Stairwell, turn left, pass through double doors, room on right)                                   

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Learn more about Library Sciences

What do the Fab Lab, an online collection of Japanese woodblock prints, and CU 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:

Graduate and Professional School Job Fair

Graduate & Professional School Fair <>

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 <> .

SEA Teacher Conference

The attached flyer outlines a preservice teacher conference hosted by the Student Education Association here on campus.

The conference would be beneficial to any teacher candidate across our certification programs on campus.  Give yourself the chance to get some professional development as well as networking opportunities.

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The Latinization of U.S. Schools

On Tuesday, October 2 at 5:30 in Room 2 Education, we are hosting a discussion and reception for Dr. Jason Irizarry, author of The Latinization of U.S. Schools.

Please invite any  students who may be interested to this event.  Refreshments will be served!

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