Friday, October 28, 2011

Weekly Preview: October 31 - November 4

Before we get to the weekly preview, a quick reminder about checking for holds.  Registration begins on November 14 for Seniors.  If you have a hold on your account, you will not be able to register when your enrollment appointment begins.  Immunization holds have recently been placed, so double check SPIRE.  Holds are not always lifted immediately, so take care of them now.  Read more about holds here.
Wednesday, November 2

An Orientation for New Sociology Majors and Information Session for Prospective Majors will be held from 4:00pm - 5:30pm in room 165-69 in the Campus Center.  Meet faculty and staff, learn about departmental resources and opportunities, and get acquainted with Sociology’s peer advisors.  All new majors MUST attend this meeting and students considering Sociology as their major are strongly encouraged to attend.   For more information, send an e-mail to

Are you interested in the Five College International Relations Certificate?  Attend an information session to learn more at 4:00pm in Machmer E-23. 
Thursday, November 3
The next RefWorks workshop will be from 9:30am - 10:30am in the Science and Engineering Library, 3rd floor classroom (Lederle Lowrise).  Click here for a quick introduction to RefWorks.
The College of Natural Sciences will be holding a Science Entrepreneurs Forum from 3:00pm - 4:00pm in the Amherst Room, 10th Floor Campus Center.  This event showcases alumni who have successfully transferred science and technology to the marketplace.  Faculty and students are invited to learn from the experiences of these entrepreneurs who have made science innovations commercially available.

CMASS Open House 2011 will be held from 4:00pm - 7:00pm in Wilder Hall.  Meet the CMASS staff and learn about the programs, events and services offered to the University Community.  

Thinking about a career as a history teacher?  Learn more at Becoming a History Teacher, 5:30pm in Herter 601.  Faculty from the School of Education will talk about their programs that can help you become certified as an elementary, middle, or high school teacher.  Sponsored by the History Department and open to all students.  For more information, contact

Upcoming Events and Important Information
Communication Pre-Registration Workshop, Wednesday, November 9.  More information to follow.

The deadline to declare Sociology for Spring 2012 is Thursday, November 10.

BBA, HTM, and Sport Management On-Campus Transfer Information Sessions will be held on Wednesday, November 16 and Thursday, November 17.  Stay tuned for more information, including how to prepare for these meetings.

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