Friday, October 9
Students interested in majoring in applied physics, applied mathema6cs, or materials science are invited to meet with faculty advisors for lunch and an informal discussion.
Friday, October 9
SEAS students interested in "Science, Technology, and Adaptation" ?
The SEAS Dean’s Office is looking for students interested to attend the annual conference at the Naval Academy of Science and Engineering in Annapolis, Maryland, November 8 – 10. This annual conference, hosted by the Academy, brings together students and thought leaders from all over the country.
This year the conference will be organized around the following themes:
Interested in majoring in Electrical or Computer Engineering?
Stop by the 13th floor EE Conference Room (1300 Mudd) to chat with Dept. Chair Keren Bergman, Vice Chair Charles Zukowski, other faculty and EE/CE students.
PIZZA AND REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED!
Friday, Oct. 16th from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
For questions and to RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering will have their open house on Friday, October 16 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the 13th floor EE Conference Room (1300 Mudd).
CHAT WITH STUDENTS & FACULTY ABOUT EE & COMPE, INCLUDING:
Come explore your options at the annual Study Abroad Fair. Don't miss this chance to speak with academic program representatives, returned study abroad students, and staff from more than 50 approved study abroad programs, international universities and fellowships organizations. All undergraduates welcome...
Are you thinking of studying abroad as part of your Columbia education?
Come speak with:
To Drop or Not to Drop - CC Drop Deadline Next Week!
by Katie Kester, CC '16
It’s the beginning of October, and we’re a few weeks in the semester. All of our classes and activities are starting to gear up to full speed. Now is a good time to ask yourself – am I taking on too much? Will I be able to successfully manage all of these classes or is there somewhere I should cut back?
Friday, October 16
Interested in getting involved in research, but don’t know where to start or what you might like to do? This workshop aims to facilitate undergraduate student involvement in science and engineering research at CU. This workshop will be led by Dr. Vesna Gasperov from the Department of Chemistry. Topics to be covered include:
Are you a first year or sophomore who is looking to build real connections across different identities and make new friends?
Are you a still searching for a community where you can be yourself?
Are you interested in gaining a new set of skills to have dialogues across difference?
If you answered yes to these questions, the Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI) Weekend Retreat is the perfect opportunity for you!
November 7 and 8
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.