Call for Nominations!
Have you taken a great class in ENGL, CW, RHET, or BTW lately? Please consider nominating one or more of your favorite teachers from the English department for an undergraduate teaching award. The process is quick and easy; you can access the nomination form here: https://apps.atlas.illinois.edu/FormBuilderSurvey/Survey/LAS/English/Undergraduate_Teaching_Award_Nominations/Survey
We rely heavily on student nominations to identify candidates for these awards, and it’s particularly important that we acknowledge those people in the department who teach courses that cater primarily to non-majors, so please, if you feel you’ve benefited from the skill and commitment of English department instructors, help us reward their hard work. Graduate student TAs, instructors, lecturers, and professors teaching in English, Creative Writing, Rhetoric, Business & Technical Writing and film studies are all eligible for these awards.
Anna S. Ivy, Ph.D.
Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Department of English
Get out of the rain and into the Sociology Undergraduate Open House this afternoon!
3057 Lincoln Hall
Meet and mingle with SOC Students, Faculty and Advisors
Learn more about Sociology student organizations.
Get a sneak peak into SP 2015 classes and our Fall 2014 Sociology Internship Fair.
All are welcome — bring your friends!
Remind your students that TODAY is the day of the POLITICAL SCIENCE FAIR. We have balloons and cookies and handouts galore! The fair is TODAY from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM on the 4th Floor of David Kinley Hall. Come Meet the Head. Visit with folks from the Pre-Law Office, Study Abroad, the Career Center or just come and visit with an advisor and each other. Discover Illinois in Washington. Join the Political Science Club. Find out about Pi Sigma Alpha. Hear about the Honors Track and writing a Senior Thesis. All of these and more at the PS Fair!
The Department of History will be hosting a History Careers Night on Thursday, September 18, 7:00 PM-9:30 PM, in room 319 Gregory Hall. Four successful alumni will be on the panel. This will be open to all majors. Please pass this along to any interested students. Flyer is attached.
Fall Sociology Undergrad Open House
3057 Lincoln Hall
Meet and Mingle with SOC Students, Faculty and Advisors
Get a sneak peak into Spring SOC course offerings and our coming Fall Internship Fair.
Learn more about research opportunities with Faculty.
Dr. Nicole Holtzclaw-Stone
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Department of Sociology
Interested in becoming an author, peer reviewer, copy editor, or formatter/designer for the second publication of Re:Search, the Undergraduate Literary Criticism Journal at Illinois?
Come to Room 104 in the English Building, 5:30-6:30 PM on Thursday, September 4th, to learn more about the journal and ways to get involved!
We will be discussing the scope of the journal, submission criteria, ways to get involved in the publishing process and connect with faculty, and an overview of the timeline for publication.
For more information about the journal, take a look at our website: http://publish.illinois.edu/undergradliterarycriticismjournal/.
Visit our online version of the journal here: https://ugresearchjournals.illinois.edu/index.php/ujlc/index.
Please join the online event on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/360601154094693/
To receive updates about opportunities with the journal, “like” us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/litcritjournaluiuc
Of course, there will be snacks!
If you have any questions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
We hope to see you there!