Please help us promote this great meeting on Managing Portfolios. The Financial Planning Club has invited in three outstanding Portfolio Managers to attend this forum right after break. We appreciate your assistance in promoting this event! EVERYONE is welcome.
Interested in Wealth Management?
All are welcome at FPC meetings!
- Portfolio Manager Forum
- Features 3 portfolio managers from Kovitz Investment Group, Exemplar Financial Services, and Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
- Thursday, November 29th from 4-5:30 PM in the Monsanto Room (bottom floor of the ACES Library)
- Professional Dress
Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
fpc flyer 11-11-12
Due to high demand from majors with priority for ACCY 201 the course is full for the spring term. We, therefore do not have space to open this class to campus on Monday, November 19.
the School of Art+Design is offering an online 1st 8-week course (ARTD 499) titled “Sustainable Life Cycle Design” Spring 2013. the course is open to the campus.
University of Illinois
School of Art+Design
Happy election day MATRIX!
MATRIX Movie Night
When: Tuesday, 11/13 at 5pm (until the movie ends)
Where: 173 Altgeld Hall
Hope to see you there!
President | MATRIX Math Club
If you are seeking information about a Spanish Minor, Studying abroad for Spanish , and/or how to declare a Spanish Minor, please come to the information meeting next week rather than e-mail, call, or come to walk-in hours during this busy time.
Spanish Minor Information Meeting:
November 13 @ 5 PM in the Lucy Ellis Lounge of Foreign Languages Building.
If you are ready to declare, bring the completed “Statement of Intent to Declare a Campus Minor” form and your academic record with Spanish coursework highlighted with you to the meeting. )
Also, be reminded that you will not be able to register for Spanish classes above the 100 level until November 30 at 9 AM. Only MAJORS have priority at this time.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Undergraduate Spanish Advisor
4004 FLB MC-176
Walk-in hours posted weekly on:
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL AND
ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
GE/IE 590 SEMINAR
Smoothed Sparse Optimization
Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
Abstract and Announcement
The Center for Translation Studies will be hosting an info session for the Summer 1 2013 Translation Study Abroad program on Thursday, November 8th at 12:30pm in Lucy Ellis Lounge ( 1080 Foreign Languages Building). Below is a message from our director with details about the Translation Study Abroad program. Please join us for lunch on Thursday, November 8th at 12:30 pm for an opportunity to meet the CTS director and faculty, learn more about the Translation Study Abroad program and have your questions answered. Please RSVP to Elizabeth Mosley at email@example.com by Monday, November 5th so that we will know how much food to order.
Translation Study Abroad 2013 Info Session
Please continue to advise prospective students to attend Psychology
informational sessions to learn more about the major, course work, and
opportunities. We have many more opportunities throughout the semester to
meet the needs of the undeclared student.
If the student attends an informational meeting, they will be able to
determine the number and combination of Psychology courses to be taken.
Dear Colleagues – the College of Media and Shatterglass studios are hosting an introduction to filmmaking workshop next Tuesday, November 6th at 4 – 6 pm. Open to all students with interest and cameras – even the inexpensive but decent digital camera kind. There’s a nominal fee to cut down on no shows since we are limiting the number of reservations. Please feel free to forward on the announcement below
Want to learn how to use a film camera? Improve your film production skills? Do you own a camera with video capabilities and want to get the most out of it? Do you think some competency in filming would enhance you Advertising, Journalism, and MACS competencies?
Then this workshop is a must attend!
Tuesday– Nov 6th 4 – 5:50 p.m.
Room 108 English Building
Introduction to HDSLR Filming
Discover HDSLR camera and video fundamentals and take your filmmaking knowledge to the next level with this hands-on approach from Scott Regan (http://scottreganphoto.com) Scott graduated with a BA from Columbia College in Chicago with a concentration in cinematography. He currently lives in Chicago and works locally with Shatterglass Studios (http://shatterglassstudios.com/) as well as filming all over the world for companies like GoPro and Red Bull. If you own a camera with video capabilities, then bring it to class.
Post-Workshop Social Event: Hosted by the CU Film Society
Full of passionate filmmakers and film-lovers, the Champaign-Urbana Film Society (www.cufilmsociety.org ) aims to encourage the progress of film culture and the enrichment of the cinema experience in Champaign-Urbana by celebrating the moving image in all its forms. Through intelligent programming and exemplary service, we hope to create a singular experience for audiences of all kinds. A place to celebrate cinema, discuss great films, meet fellow cinephiles, network with local filmmakers, actors and crew, and learn from industry professionals. Cineaste, movie-lover, amateur or professional, whatever you call yourself, if you believe in the transformative power of cinema, the C-U Film Society is your organization.
-College of Media