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Monthly Archive for January, 2016

***New Course***

Spring 2016 COL264: Schwanze-Beast Performance Composition-Animals and the Future This interdisciplinary course led by writer and performance artist Carmelita Tropicana explores the meaning and role of animals in our lives and problematizes neat categories and distinctions between humans and other animals. The course also examines the use of sci-fi as a genre for social and […]

The Wellness Experience

The Wellness Experience Are you seeking self-care strategies for health and well-being? Do you want to learn new skills and gain tools to manage stress? Join the Wellness Experience for the month of February to increase resiliency and gratitude, and flourish. · Select a wellness activity to practice each week. · Choose from a broad […]

Let’s Get Ready!

    Want to help local, underserved high school students prepare for the SAT and the college application process in general? Apply to be a coach—a tutor, mentor, role-model—with Let’s Get Ready, a non-profit organization that provides free SAT preparation and college admissions counseling to socioeconomically disadvantaged high school students. See below for more info […]

Interested in a scientific research project? Looking for summer fellowship opportunities? Not sure how to get there? Attend the Science Research Opportunities Extravaganza! Saturday, January 23, 2016 1:30-2:00 pm, Student Panel, Exley 150: How do I get into a research lab? Current research students will give advice on finding a lab. 2:00-4:00 pm, Poster Session, […]

Study Abroad Information Sessions A representative from each program will be on hand to discuss the program and answer any questions. Students can drop in for the session, no appointment is required. Tuesday, February 2 – 12:00-1:00–ISA Euroscholars Program—Fisk 302 EuroScholars offers research opportunities in all fields of study. Additional areas of interest are honors […]

Over the past two summers, Joseph Eusebio ’17 and I have been part of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of Washington. We’ve both had incredible experiences, and we’d like to make sure that others are aware of this opportunity. The eight-week, all-expenses-paid (+ stipend) program allows a select group of college […]

The Office of New Student Orientation is hiring 4 NSO Summer Interns and 35 Orientation Leaders to assist in the planning and implementation of New Student Orientation for the incoming class of 2020. Students in the classes of 2019, 2018 and 2017 are eligible for these positions. Job descriptions and Applications are available using the […]

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