Friday, October 30, 2009

Upcoming Events 10/31-11/6

Planning for next week? Here are some options to consider:

Monday, 11/2 – Deadline to declare a Sociology major.

Monday, 11/2, 4pm - Open Sessions with NEASC Reaccreditation Team As part of the site visit by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), open sessions will be held for faculty, staff, and students wishing to discuss reaccreditation issues. The NEASC accreditation standards, as well as the campus’ self study submitted to NEASC, may be found at The meeting for students will be held at 4:00pm. in the Reading Room of the Campus Center, across from the Blue Wall.

Monday, November 2, 4:00– 5:30 pm. Open Forum with Chancellor Holub. Come to an open forum to discuss the university budget with Chancellor Holub, Vice Chancellor Hatch, and Dean Mullin; share your concerns and questions. Campus Center, 174-176.

Monday, November 2, 1:00pm. or Thursday, November 5, 3:00pm. Public Health Group Advising Session. If you are interested in declaring Public Health as your major or switching to Public Health from another major, you should sign up for one of these group advising sessions. If you have recently joined the major, it is also an opportunity to get valuable information about opportunities, courses, sequencing classes, and the field in general. Arnold House, Room 321. If you plan to attend, please send an email to Lynn Koerbel at .

Thursday, November 5 – Deadline to submit an Online Statement of Interest for the Resource Economics major, if you wish to register for Spring 2010 courses as a ResEc major. Within the ResEc major, there are options in Consumer & Family Economics; Food Marketing Economics; Managerial Economics in Food and Resource Industries; or Natural Resource Economics.

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