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September 7, 2018

Register for upcoming programs, and learn more here  

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Engineering International and Domestic Student “Meet and Greet”

Meet Engineering international and domestic students, faculty, and staff! Stop by between classes for snacks and refreshments. Expand your network, and meet new friends! Learn about Engineering and campus-wide resources! Register by September 10th for FREE food.

-Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018

-Time: 12:30-1:30pm

-Location: 112 Engineering Hall

-Sponsored by: Engineering International Student Programs

-Register to Attend (Register by September 10th for FREE food.): here

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities!

Learn about undergraduate research opportunities for international students!  Special Guest: Dr. Natasha Mamaril, Coordinator of Engineering Undergraduate Research

-Date: Monday, October 22, 2018

-Time: 5:00-6:15pm
-Location: 106B8 Engineering Hall
-Sponsored by: Engineering International Student Programs and Engineering Undergraduate Research

Register to Attend: here

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Applying to U.S. Graduate Schools!

Learn about U.S. graduate school opportunities, applications, resources, and funding!  Special Guest: Meg Siebenhar, Associate Director, Admissions, Registration, and Enrollment Services, Graduate College

-Date: Monday, November 12, 2018

-Time: 5:00-6:15pm
-Location: 106B8 Engineering Hall
Sponsored by: Engineering International Student Programs and the Graduate College

Register to Attend: here

September 7, 2018

Diverse and welcoming, The Illinois Club draws its membership from all areas of the University as well as the surrounding community. Since 1915, The Illinois Club has provided financial support to worthy undergraduate students. This year, we will be giving out the following scholarships:

 

• Make-A-Difference Awards of $3,000

• A Global Focus Award of $3,000

• A Humanities Award of $3,000

• Isabelle Purnell Education Awards of $3,000 • The Judith Life Ikenberry Fine Arts Award of $5,500

 

General Eligibility: You must be an undergraduate, have earned at least 60 credit hours by the beginning of the Spring 2019 semester, and graduate no earlier than December 2019 to apply. A minimum GPA of 2.75 at both the time of application and winning of award is also required.

 

For more information about the individual awards, please see the attached document or go to http://go.illinois.edu/TICScholarship. 

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September 7, 2018

Please see the attached flyer for information on the Sandia National Laboratory info sessions in CEE next Monday, September 10th!

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September 7, 2018

The Mindful Student: Discovering Your Strengths and Reimagining Success

Tuesday, September 11

4:00-5:30

1028 Lincoln Hall

 

Did you know that taking a more mindful approach can improve your academic performance as well as your overall well-being?  In this workshop you'll participate in several hands-on activities (and take home a writing tool for further use), while learning about other resources on campus that can help you in your pursuit of meaningful academic and personal goals.  Please join us!  No pre-registration necessary.

 

Please see the attached flyer; questions can be directed to me at aivy@illinois.edu.

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September 7, 2018

Mary Ramier Grant

 

The Mary Ramier Grant is set up to inspire undergraduate women to develop as successful leaders, activists, and professionals.  Mary Ramier, a 1923 graduate of the University of Illinois, was an attorney and activist from Indianapolis, IN.   She was remembered for tackling problems in her Irvington neighborhood, including a petition drive that led to much-needed urban renovation.  She also worked at the national level as an attorney and officer for the Mortar Board National Senior Women’s Honorary.

 

The grant will be awarded competitively and can be used to

 

Support research research travel research materials such as books, recording equipment, etc. conference travel Creative projects such as, but not limited to zines films plays Field trips that are related to gender and women’s studies Other activities that promote the advancement of women 

 

Awards are usually between $50 and $500.  The Gender and Women’s Studies awards committee will determine the amount and number of awards per year based on the merit of individual proposals and financial need.  Money will not be awarded for tuition costs or living expenses.   

 

Requirements: All undergraduate women in good standing are eligible to apply.  Applicants should fill out an application form, and include the name of a faculty member who might be called for reference. 

 

Fall Semester Deadline:                    October 1

 

The attached application form can also be accessed at:  https://gws.illinois.edu/award/mary-ramier-grant

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