Friday, April 9, 2010

Weekly Preview: April 10 to 16

In addition to keeping up with your coursework (plan ahead - classes end May 4th, which is just over 3 weeks from now!), here are some events you might want to consider attending next week:

Monday, April 12 and Tuesday, April 13 – Sophomores ramp on for Fall 2010 pre-registration.  Make sure you’ve spoken with your advisor regarding your course choices – if you’re undeclared, you work with advisors in 615 Goodell; if you’ve declared a major, you see the academic advisor affiliated with the major.  Need general assistance?  You can always ask at the Academic Advising Link, or if you have a QUICK question, come to Undergraduate Advising’s Drop-In hours (10:30-11:30 and 3-4:00 weekdays).  Freshmen, make your advising appointments NOW - you'll ramp on April 20 and 21.

Tuesday, April 13, 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm.  Entrepreuneurship Initiative Executive Summary Competition.   Students in the Entrepreneurship Initiative program will present summaries of their projects.
4:30-5:30 Poster-session/simulated trade show at ELab II's lower-level foyer
5:30-6:30 Elevator pitches and Q&A from judges at ELab II's auditorium
The Entrepreneurship Initiative (EI), in partnership with BDIC, offers a series of courses that will teach you to explore the entrepreneurial career path.  Those with ideas will learn how to attract a team and turn ideas into reality.  Those seeking ideas will be shown how to create and evaluate opportunities. Those simply interested in getting a taste for the entrepreneurial life can do so in a safe environment.  Engineering Lab II  auditorium.

Tuesday, April 13, 2:00pm.  Public Health Sciences: Group Advising Session.  If you are interested in declaring or switching to the Public Health Sciences major, or if you have recently joined the major, you should attend one of these information sessions to learn about opportunities, courses, sequencing courses, and the field in general. Arnold House, Room 321.

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