Friday, November 8, 2013

Weekly Preview: November 11 - 15

Monday, November 11 is Veterans' Day.  Classes are not held and most university offices are closed.   

Wednesday, November 13 will follow a Monday schedule.  The rest of the week will follow a normal schedule.

The Academic Advising Link will be closed on Sunday and Monday.  It will reopen at 4:00pm on Tuesday. 

You are cordially invited to join CMASS for the opening of the exhibit Stand Against Racism.  This exhibit highlights some of the three hundred statements collected for the UMass Stand Against Racism pinterest campaign which began in Spring 2013.  It represents courageous voices that refuse to ignore the pervasiveness of racism and seek to challenge paradigms of consciousness. The opening is on Tuesday, November 12 at noon in the Student Union Art Gallery.

The Five College Interchange Pre-Registration Request period begins on Tuesday, November 12 and ends on Friday, November 22.  These dates may be different than your UMass enrollment appointment.  Anyone can request to pre-register starting on November 12 even if they can't start enrolling in UMass classes until later.  We'll have more information about the Five College Interchange Program soon, but you can look at the course offerings now.

There will be a Non-Profit Career Panel on Wednesday, November 13 at 5:30pm in Goodell 506.   Interested in working, volunteering, or interning with a non-profit organization? Not sure what your next step should be? Wondering what it is like to work in this sector? Come hear local and national non-profit organizations speak about their experiences as well as talk about their upcoming internship/job opportunities. The event will begin with the panelists answering pre-selected questions. Please email Todd Butynski with any questions that you would like the panelists to answer -

Are you thinking about becoming a Communication major?  There will be a Communication Registration Meeting on Wednesday, November 13 from 12:20pm - 1:15pm in Machmer E-35.  Majors and prospective majors are cordially invited to attend.

Interested in Engineering?  Come to the Engineering Information Session on Thursday, November 14 at 5:00pm in Goodell 604.  Make sure you're enrolling in the right classes for Spring and learn how to enhance your chances for being accepted to the College of Engineering.

Join Prof. Robert Moll from the School of Computer Science on Friday, November 15 at 3:35pm in the Computer Science Building, Room 151 for Co-ops: How & Why?  This event is open to any student interested in Computer Science.

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