The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program – funded by the General Motors Foundation – will award 50 renewable scholarships of up to $25,000 per year to recipients pursuing careers in the areas of STEM, information technology and other fields related to the automotive industry. The 2015 application period will run until Friday, Feb. 27.
Announcing the CSArts Spring 2015 exhibit in the Center for Student Advising, 403 Lerner.
Congratulations to our artists, poets, and composers exhibiting this semester, including; Stephan Adamów (CC ’15), Alex Braslavsky (CC ’17), Queenie Cao (CC’16), Christopher Chin (CC ’17), Natalie Gaissser (CC ’18), Ainsley Katz (SEAS ’18), Soyoung Kim (SEAS ’17), Yuanxia Lee (SEAS ’18) Nafiz Mosharraf (CC ’15), Amber Officer-Narvasa (CC ’18), Emily Shyr (CC ’17), Runzhi Wang (SEAS ’15).
Come by the CSA and check it out!
Wednesday, February 25
420 Hamilton Hall
Meet faculty, staff and CSER students and explore a major in Ethnicity and Race Studies with tracks in:
- Asian American Studies
- Comparative Ethnic Studies
- Latin@ Studies
- Native American/Indigenous Studies
**** Refreshments will be served ****
The third annual Public Interest Career Fair will be on Thursday, February 19 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. in Earl Hall Auditorium. There will be a wide variety of organizations represented, including those in the fields of education, health, environment, and housing and poverty. Likewise, there will be a wide variety of positions: entry-level, internships, and permanent paid positions.
Please Join us for the
MESAAS OPEN HOUSE & INFORMATION SESSION
For Prospective Middle Eastern, South Asian, & African Studies (MESAAS) Students & Students interested in our Senior Thesis Program & SUMMER FUNDING
Come meet our faculty and hear from our current students!
Tuesday, March 10