Weekly Round-Up

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Join Us for ESC:

If you are interested in reading, writing, leadership positions, and more, join the ESC’s weekly meetings.

When: Every Tuesday 7:00-7:30 p.m CST
Zoom Meeting ID: 7763187140
Contact: ssadler3@illinois.edu

zoom launch for montage:

Montage, the undergraduate-run literary journal, is hosting a zoom launch party this Friday, April 23, 2021 at 6:00 PM CDT

Zoom link:
https://illinois.zoom.us/j/88365053543?pwd=cFAvSWs0cWtoN29IK1hTQmpWeHczQT09

The facebook event details are here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1103556133462263

Social Media Management Internship deadline approaching:

For the 21-22 academic year, the Department of English is looking to hire three Social Media Management Interns: one Creative Writing major and two from any major in the English Department. In response to COVID safety precautions, this position is eligible for remote work. The deadline to apply is 9am on Monday, April 26!

Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop creative thematic post series for Facebook and Instagram
  • Promote, attend, and create social media posts about department events when safety allows
  • Design flyers, memes, and other posts for informing and entertaining students
  • Develop creative semester-long multimodal projects
  • Attend weekly meetings for brainstorming, task assignments, and collaboration
  • Edit videos and design flyers or posts
  • Conduct and publish interviews with faculty, alumni, students, and visiting speakers
  • Collaborate with Advising Office in creating content for the Advising Blog

Average hours worked per week: 5 (about 75 hours over a semester)
Position Wage: $11/hour
Position Starts: August 23

Recommended Skills and Experience:

  • Concise and catchy writing
  • Writing for social media
  • Develop and follow-through on creative ideas
  • Tailor message and style to genre and audience
  • Visual design
  • Work independently
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Collaboration
  • Reliability
  • Word, Publisher, Adobe, photo & video editing
  • Photography, video, and editing skills a plus

To Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter. Application materials can be addressed to Kay Emmert, Interim Co-Director for the Program in Professional Writing, and sent as email attachments to akemmert@illinois.edu by no later than 9 am on Monday, April 26.

illini success survey:

The results are in!  English and creative writing students lead LAS when it comes to getting jobs after graduation.  Read more about the results of the most recent Illini Success Survey here: Study: Recent LAS graduates are successful at finding jobs and other opportunities.

Illinois in Washington:

This year, the deadline for Illinois in Washington (IIW) Fall 2021 participation is April 30. More information about the Illinois in Washington Program appears here:  https://washington.illinois.edu/.  To apply, you need to submit:

  • A resume, which must have been reviewed by a career center on campus,
  • A 3-5 page writing sample, double-spaced,
  • Two recommendations, at least one of which is from an academic recommender (instructor, professor, TA), and
  • DARS report or unofficial transcript.

The application is available here:  https://washington.illinois.edu/apply-now/. For questions, contact Andrea Mayer (almayer@illinois.edu) or Sarah Leffingwell (skl2@illinois.edu) or make an advising appointment with her at IIW Advising.

Undergraduate Research Week & Symposium:

URW and URS Program

This year URW events are a combination of asynchronous and live (virtual) presentations hosted by individual departments, units, and programs, and runs from April 25 through May 1.

URS presentations will be on display through our ForagerOne Symposium platform from Monday, April 26, through Friday, April 30. All URS presentations – oral, poster, and exhibit/performance – are pre-recorded and you will have the opportunity to ask questions through the comment section attached to each presentation. See instructions below for access.

The full program – both URW and URS – can be found here.

The Office of Undergraduate Research is also hosting a live (virtual) kick-off event of featured student presentations on Monday, April 26, from noon to 1:30 PM.
Zoom link: https://go.illinois.edu/URS2021_FeaturedPresentations.

Instructions for Viewing URS Presentations

This year the URS is organized through ForagerOne Symposium, a new online platform for virtual symposia. To access, follow these steps:

  1.  Click here to sign up to ForagerOne using your Illinois email address (you will not be allowed to register unless you use your Illinois credentials)
  2. Verify your account by clicking the link provided in the verification email sent by ForagerOne.
  3. Sign in to ForagerOne on Monday, April 26, 2021 and explore the fantastic presentations prepared by Illinois undergraduate students.
Two-credit Course Available This Fall:

If you are a humanities major and are in your junior or senior year, you can register for HUM 275, a two-credit, 16 week, course this Fall.

Summer French Language [LOTE]:

French language courses are available this summer.  These courses are primarily asynchronous with two meetings per week to work on oral proficiency.  There are multiple meeting slots available to accommodate schedules. For more information, visit, https://courses.illinois.edu/schedule/2021/summer/FR

If you are looking to do your LOTE, this is a great opportunity due to the structure of these summer courses.

April Voices Reading:

The last Voices reading of the year will be next Thursday, April 29th at 7:00 pm CT. The readers will be current M.F.A. fiction candidates Azlan Smith and Chris Vanjonack, and recent M.F.A. poetry grad s.g. maldonado-vélez. 

Find the Zoom invitation below, and click this link to access the Facebook event. 

Topic: April Voices Reading
Time: Apr 29, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Zoom Link: https://illinois.zoom.us/j/83685043088?pwd=OGtFM2RsSGF4aUF2MjlaRDVRQmNNUT09
Meeting ID836 8504 3088
Password: voices

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zoom launch for montage:

Montage, the undergraduate-run literary journal, is hosting a zoom launch party this Friday, April 23, 2021 at 6:00 PM CDT

The facebook event details are here:
ESC’s Admitted Student Night:

ESC is holding an Admitted Student Night on Tuesday, April 20th at 7-8 pm (our normal meeting time). Help us welcome admitted English/CW students to English at Illinois!

We want to provide an immersive experience for incoming freshmen/transfer students despite the limitations of the Covid-19 pandemic. This zoom event is intended to give prospective students a taste of what English Student Council membership is as well as all the great things about being an English/CW student at UIUC!

ESC members and prospective students, bring your favorite poetry to read out loud* (original works welcome!) and stick around for a Q+A session with UIUC English students eager to answer your burning questions! *Reading aloud is optional. We welcome anyone who wants to just listen!

Send any questions about the event to laflood2@illinois.edu or ssadler3@illinois.edu !

Below is the zoom link + passcode. We hope to see you there!

Zoom Invitation:

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/7763187140?pwd=Ukt3RUdhMTd4SE94NXlGRmpJR29MUT09

Meeting ID: 776 318 7140

Password: ESC2020

Social Media Management Internship, Department of English (2021-2022):

For the 21-22 academic year, the Department of English is looking to hire three Social Media Management Interns: one Creative Writing major and two from any major in the English Department. In response to COVID safety precautions, this position is eligible for remote work.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop creative thematic post series for Facebook and Instagram
  • Promote, attend, and create social media posts about department events when safety allows
  • Design flyers, memes, and other posts for informing and entertaining students
  • Develop creative semester-long multimodal projects
  • Attend weekly meetings for brainstorming, task assignments, and collaboration
  • Edit videos and design flyers or posts
  • Conduct and publish interviews with faculty, alumni, students, and visiting speakers
  • Collaborate with Advising Office in creating content for the Advising Blog

Average hours worked per week: 5 (about 75 hours over a semester)
Position Wage: $11/hour
Position Starts: August 23

Recommended Skills and Experience:

  • Concise and catchy writing
  • Writing for social media
  • Develop and follow-through on creative ideas
  • Tailor message and style to genre and audience
  • Visual design
  • Work independently
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Collaboration
  • Reliability
  • Word, Publisher, Adobe, photo & video editing
  • Photography, video, and editing skills a plus

To Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter. Application materials can be addressed to Kay Emmert, Interim Co-Director for the Program in Professional Writing, and sent as email attachments to akemmert@illinois.edu by no later than 9 am on Monday, April 26.

Spring Creative Writing Awards Ceremony and Reading:

The creative writing program will be celebrating its Spring contest winners with an event later this month. It will recognize all of its winners and feature short readings by those who received the top prize in each category.

Zoom Info:

Topic: Spring Creative Writing Awards
Time: Apr 22, 2021 04:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting:
https://illinois.zoom.us/j/89360295470?pwd=S1k3bEczWGhpVEdxUHFsVTFDQ0ZRUT09

Meeting ID: 893 6029 5470
Password: IllinoisCW

Summer Internship Opportunity at the Career Center:

Description:

The Career Center (TCC) is seeking two (2) energetic and customer oriented undergraduate summer interns. The internship focuses on working alongside TCC staff in designing and creating best outreach methods for current students, incoming students, and parents. The interns will have the ability to work on both small and large projects as well as receive ongoing personalized, professional development help from TCC staff. These positions require strong organizational skills and the ability to work in an environment that can be collaborative, as well as independent at times.

Type of Position:

Summer Internship: May 17 – August 6, 2021

Approximately 15 hours weekly, Monday – Friday during regular business hours. Precise schedule of these hours arranged upon hire.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Teamwork & Collaboration

  • Interns will work in partnership to complete tasks assigned by The Career Center staff

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving

  • Design and develop innovative methods to reach students
  • Assist students by providing one-on-one resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile reviews, virtually and face to face
  • Assist students by providing drop-in advising on career-related topics such as major exploration and job/internship searches

Work Ethic

  • Present The Career Center’s services and resources to incoming students and parents
  • Meet regularly with supervising Assistant Director of Academic & Campus Outreach

Written & Oral Communication

  • Provide customer service to visitors of The Career Center as the primary point of contact through telephone, email, and face to face interactions
  • Facilitate presentations focusing on various career development topics, as requested by the campus community

Technology

  • Utilization of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Illinois Media Space, Learn@Illinois Moodle, as well as Google web-based software

Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled undergraduate student
  • Must be able to dedicate 15 hours per week during regular business hours Monday-Friday, with the possibility of occasional weekend commitments
  • Must be in good academic standing and uphold university student code of conduct
  • Must be able to work a mixed schedule of remote and in-person, in accordance with The Career Center service delivery at the time
  • This position may be funded through federal work-study program, which is a type of financial aid. The successful candidate is expected to complete a 2021-2022 FAFSA application, if eligible, which may be accessed at fafsa.ed.gov to determine eligibility for the federal work study program.

Compensation:

$11.00 hourly

Application Procedure:

Application deadline is Monday, May 3, 2021 at 5:00 pm.  Interested candidates will need to email, in one file/document, a resume, cover letter, and a brief 250 word writing sample on “How does this position fit into your personal and professional goals?” to: James Castree—Assistant Director—The Career Center castree2@illinois.edu.

Find a Job in Mental Health!

Date/Time: Wednesday, April 21 from 4-5pm

Register: go.illinois.edu/mentalhealthjobs

Interested in being a mental health professional? In this hour-long virtual panel session, you will hear from mental health professionals at organizations who are currently hiring! Bring your questions and learn how to be competitive in the mental health field. Panelists currently include representatives from Rosecrance, The Center for Youth and Family Solutions, and Kemmerer Village. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 21 from 4-5pm. The registration link is here: go.illinois.edu/mentalhealthjobs.

Conversation Café:

Diversity & Social Justice Education’s Conversation Café will be held on Friday, April 16, 2021; Noon-1:00 PM. Registration Linkhttps://go.illinois.edu/CafeApr16

The featured speaker will be Dr. Joycelyn Landrum-Brown.  The title of the presentation is My Journey of Social Justice Advocacy through Critical.

Conversation Café is part of the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations (OIIR) Lunch on Us series.  It is paid for, in part, by the Student Cultural Programming Fee. 

While registering in Zoom, participants have their choice to a ticket from either Bevier Café, Krannert Intermezzo or no meal ticket. One meal ticket per event, per person.  Meal tickets are provided to participants who have registered for Conversation Café.

Please contact DiversityEd at diversityed@illinois.edu or (217) 265-5585 with any questions.

Social Justice Awards 2021:

Diversity and Social Justice Education will honor its nominees and winners on Tuesday, April 20. Ceremony will be held virtually on April 20, 2021 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

WRC Hosts Sexual Assault Awareness Month Events:

Join the Women’s Resources Center this April in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). This year’s events will highlight the activism of folx of color and how racial discrimination contributes to the prevalence of sexual violence and impacts healing. For a full list of sponsors and events, visit: go.illinois.edu/SAAM.

AACC’s Bystander Intervention to Stop Anti-Asian American and Xenophobic Harassment:

In response to the sharp and sustained rise in anti-Asian hate, the Asian American Cultural Center will be hosting a Bystander Intervention Training. This one-hour, interactive Zoom workshop is tailored for high school and college students, faculty, administrators, staff, alumni, and community members of all identities. The original training schedule for April 9th has reached maximum capacity so a second training is now available for Friday, April 16, 2021 from 2:00-3:00 pm (Central Time). You are encouraged to register here: http://bit.ly/GLAASSbit2 If you have any questions regarding the training, please reach out to the Asian American Cultural Center ataacc@illinois.edu, 217.333.9300, or oiir.illinois.edu/aacc.

Dish It Up: I’m Speaking

You can find the calendar of WRC’s “Dish It UP” series , including info and registration links for future lunches here: https://uofi.box.com/s/ldk4e389udj27czvh1d7n6o56wfqgboq

Food for Thought:

Food for Thought, part of the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relation’s Lunch on Us series, is a weekly noontime discussion focused on topics relevant to the Asian American community. You can find more information and the schedule here: https://oiir.illinois.edu/aacc/our-programs/food-thought.

CAS Poetry Event:

You are invited to attend “An Evening of Poetry and Spirituality with Kaveh Akbar” to be held virtually on Friday, April 30th, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. (CDT). The registration link is https://illinois.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uSJvujypRIGpINOWbquYUA. You can find more information here https://cas.illinois.edu/node/2497.

Humanities Research Institute Undergraduate Survey:

HRI wants to hear from undergraduates who are interested in the humanities. By completing this survey, you are helping the institute learn what kinds of events and research activities you’d like to see it offer. You do not need to be a declared humanities major or minor to participate in this survey. The survey will remain open through May 15Take the survey

Art-Science Festival @ Illinois: The Illuminated Universe:

Coming up on the weekend of April 23 – 25: the Art-Science Festival @ Illinois: The Illuminated Universe . Faculty member Amy Hassinger will join musician Joy Yang in a collaborative literary / musical presentation called “To See Clearly,” which combines spoken and sung excerpts from Amy’s essay of the same name with Joy’s lovely and haunting piano and theremin accompaniment–improvised music growing out of the essay and of Johnny Nash’s famous song “I Can See Clearly Now.” You are invited to attend the event.

“To See Clearly” will air on Friday night, April 23, at 6 p.m. central—you can find it under the Cosmic Flights theme on the website. But you might want to also check out all the other amazing contributions over the course of the weekend, including a presentation by physicist and jazz saxophonist Stephon Alexander, author of The Jazz of Physics, music by the Jupiter String Quartet, and the premiere of “Solaria: A science-based fantasy on the spirit of the solar system,” by Smitha Vishveshwara, Stephen A. Taylor, Rebecca Witfong, and Nic Morse.

In order to attend, you’ll need to follow this link to the website, then click on their “Registration” tab, where you can register. And if you’d like a preview, you can read Amy’s essay online at The Normal School: A Literary Magazine.

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Join Us for ESC:

Note: there will be NO MEETING on April 13, since it’s a non-instructional break day! 

If you are interested in reading, writing, leadership positions, and more, join the ESC’s weekly meetings.

When: Every Tuesday 7:00-7:30 p.m CST
Zoom Meeting ID: 7763187140
Contact: ssadler3@illinois.edu

2021-2022 las scholarship application open:

To be eligible for an LAS Scholarship, you must be a continuing undergraduate student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Illinois, planning to continue full-time enrollment in the 2021-22 academic year (students graduating in December 2021 may still apply). Additional eligibility criteria is listed for each scholarship in the application.

Application Deadline: May 16, 2021 @ 11:59PM

Social Media Management Internship, Department of English (2021-2022):

For the 21-22 academic year, the Department of English is looking to hire three Social Media Management Interns: one Creative Writing major and two from any major in the English Department. In response to COVID safety precautions, this position is eligible for remote work.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop creative thematic post series for Facebook and Instagram
  • Promote, attend, and create social media posts about department events when safety allows
  • Design flyers, memes, and other posts for informing and entertaining students
  • Develop creative semester-long multimodal projects
  • Attend weekly meetings for brainstorming, task assignments, and collaboration
  • Edit videos and design flyers or posts
  • Conduct and publish interviews with faculty, alumni, students, and visiting speakers
  • Collaborate with Advising Office in creating content for the Advising Blog

Average hours worked per week: 5 (about 75 hours over a semester)

Position Wage: $11/hour

Position Starts: August 23

Recommended Skills and Experience:

  • Concise and catchy writing
  • Writing for social media
  • Develop and follow-through on creative ideas
  • Tailor message and style to genre and audience
  • Visual design
  • Work independently
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Collaboration
  • Reliability
  • Word, Publisher, Adobe, photo & video editing
  • Photography, video, and editing skills a plus

To Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter. Application materials can be addressed to Kay Emmert, Interim Co-Director for the Program in Professional Writing, and sent as email attachments to akemmert@illinois.edu by no later than 9 am on Monday, April 26.

Spring Creative Writing Awards Ceremony and Reading:

The creative writing program will be celebrating its Spring contest winners with an event later this month. It will recognize all of its winners and feature short readings by those who received the top prize in each category.

Zoom Info:

Topic: Spring Creative Writing Awards

Time: Apr 22, 2021 04:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/89360295470?pwd=S1k3bEczWGhpVEdxUHFsVTFDQ0ZRUT09

Meeting ID: 893 6029 5470

Password: IllinoisCW

Unpaid Internship Scholarships Available for U of I Students:

Are you interested in an unpaid internship but are concerned about the financial hardship it may cause? The Fred S. Bailey Unpaid Internship Scholarship Program offers academic scholarships to undergraduate students at the University of Illinois who will complete an unpaid internship with a public service agency or not-for-profit organization. Awards are $1,000 for a part-time internship or $2,500 for a full-time internship and are given directly to the student. All undergraduate students regardless of academic program or citizenship status are encouraged to apply. Application Deadline: April 30, 2021.

Learn more at universityymca.org/bailey/intern

Proud to be First Gen Workshop Series:

Are you a First-Generation student (A first-gen student is someone whose parents did not complete a four-year college degree.)? Join the Proud to be First Gen Workshop Series happening this spring semester! 

Part 2 – April 15, 2021, 5-6pm

See the flyer below for registration:

Academic Tip of the Week:

If you are planning to change majors for Fall 2021 or later, please note that Spring 2021 courses used to satisfy Curricular Declaration Criteria must be taken for a letter grade, not Pass COVID/No Pass COVID (PZ/NZ). Contact a college advisor if you have questions. Also, the class schedule for Fall 2021 opens this week. If a course says “location pending” it means the classroom will be assigned at a later date.

Career Readiness Tip of the Week:

Check out the fascinating stories of LAS alumni at the Spring 2021 Alumni Career Panels. This week’s focus is science and medicine careers, and you can view previous recordings on not-for-profit careers or careers in law and government. Reach out to one of the alums to learn more and build your professional network.

Apply for a Life+Design Scholarship for Your Summer 2021 Work, Internship Experiences:

Life + Career Design Scholarships support students’ expenses related to engaging in unpaid or underpaid work in an actual work environment. The work may be an internship, undergraduate research experience, extended volunteer experience, or possibly even a part-time job. See the FAQ’s for more information here.

LAS Scholarship Application Available:

Are you an LAS student? Do you need a scholarship for next academic year? Apply now. All full-time LAS students are encouraged to apply for LAS specific scholarships using this one application. Last year, students received more than $125,000, and in less than 30 minutes you can apply to be considered for 25 different scholarship awardsThe application deadline is Sunday, May 16. For more information click here.

Art Space: Creative Coping for Self-Care:

It’s 2021, and we’re still dealing with stress and the Big Sad. Looking for ways to deal? Dust off those paints, grab that old clarinet, or get back into broody poetry. Once a week, drop in to make some time for creativity and use the arts to cope. All skill levels are welcome. The Zoom link and password can be found here. Time: 3 p.m. Mondays through the Spring 2021 Semester.

Students Invited to Join Vaccine Study:

Illinois students who have not yet been vaccinated against COVID-19 can enroll in a study to help understand the effectiveness of vaccines in reducing the spread of the coronavirus. Participants will be paid and will receive the vaccine. Students interested in participating can sign up here or email here for more information.

Connect the Dots During SAAM 2021:

Join the Women’s Resources Center this April in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) as we dive into the intersection of sexual violence and racism. This year’s events will highlight the activism of folx of color and how racial discrimination contributes to the prevalence of sexual violence and impacts healing. For a full list of sponsors and events, visit  https://oiir.illinois.edu/womens-center/wrc-events/sexual-assault-awareness-month.

Virtual Internships with Companies in Brazil:

Campus B offers internship programs where students work within an international organization on projects, with a dedicated supervisor and a program coordinator based in Brazil. The deadline to apply for fall internships is Tuesday, June 15.

Quarantine Comedy:

Join comedian Amer Zahr, writer of “Being Palestinian Makes Me Smile” and creator of the documentary “We’re Not White,” for an evening of Quarantine Comedy and a discussion on Amer Zahr’s experience growing up Arab and learning the Arabic language and culture.

Date and time: April 9 at 5:30 pm via Zoom

RSVP on Eventbrite: https://go.illinois.edu/QuarantineComedy

 

UIUC Film Festival:

You are invited to submit your films to the UIUC Film Festival to be held on May 1st at 5pm. The deadline for submissions is April 16th. You can submit your film at uiucfilmfest.com/submissions. For more information, see the flyers below:

Need to Meet an Advisor?

To contact a college-level advisoruse the online chat, online advising appointment calendar and queue, and online forms for program change requests.

Find a list of unit and college advisors along with hours and contact information on the college website.

Dates and Deadlines:

Priority registration for summer and fall begins: Monday, April 19
Non-instructional day: Tuesday, April 13
Open enrollment begins for eligible students: Monday, April 26
Last day of class: Wednesday, May 5
Students may view grades: Saturday, May 22

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Join Us for ESC:

Next week’s meeting will be a free-write night on Tuesday, April 6th from 7-8 p.m. We provide the prompts, you provide the art, and you can get the chance to have your work featured on our Instagram page. Hope to see you there!

For any questions, contact Sydney Sadler: ssadler3@illinois.edu.

winners announced:

The Creative Writing Program is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Spring Creative Writing Contests. 

Prizes in Fiction:

John L. Rainey Prize (sponsored by Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity)
Natalie Sarris
Josephine M. Bresee Memorial
Luke Madden
Leah Trelease Prize
Sam Blanc

Prizes in Poetry:

Folger Adam, Jr. Prize (sponsored by Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity)
Angelica Heaney
Charles and Susan Shattuck Prize
Tamar Dallal
American Academy of Poets Prize
Linda Obobaifo

Congratulations to all!

Please also save the date for a reading by our top prize winners on April 22 at 4:30. This will be a zoom event. Further details forthcoming.

tyehimba jess in residence:
Next week Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tyehimba Jess comes to campus for a virtual residency, part of the ongoing Year of Creative Writers series, presented by the Humanities Search Institute, the Creative Writing Program, and the English Department. Jess is the author of Leadbelly, winner of the National Poetry Series, and Olio, celebrated winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry.

You’re invited to two public events featuring Tyehimba Jess next week. Follow the links to the HRI website for more information and registration. These events will be free and open to the public.
Wednesday, April 7th • 4:30pm CT
Craft Talk: Poetry’s Musical Bloodline: A Sociohistorical Soundtrack
https://calendars.illinois.edu/detail/6807/33404061
Thursday, April 8th • 7:00pm CT

A Reading with Poet-in-Residence Tyehimba Jess
https://calendars.illinois.edu/detail/6807/33386795

careers in human resources:

A virtual career exploration and networking event with students from the School of Labor & Employment Relations will be held on 14 April, 2021 (Wednesday) from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Topics include: social life, classes, recruitment for internships and full-time employment, and “What is HR?”

RSVP is required via Handshake or email  bneig2@illinois.edu to receive the Zoom link.

2021-2022 las scholarship application open:

To be eligible for an LAS Scholarship, you must be a continuing undergraduate student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Illinois, planning to continue full-time enrollment in the 2021-22 academic year (students graduating in December 2021 may still apply). Additional eligibility criteria is listed for each scholarship in the application.

Application Deadline: May 16, 2021 @ 11:59PM