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CSA Blog September 2011

Boeing Full-time and Internship Positions: Deadline Sunday 10/2

The Boeing Company will be on-campus the week of October 17 to interview for Full-Time and Summer Internship positions!

Tutors Needed for the Academic Resource Center (ARC) at GS

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) at the School of General Studies is seeking talented, innovative and energetic undergraduate students to become tutors.  We are currently looking to

Undergraduate Creative Writing Newsletter (9/26 - 9/30)

Undergraduate Creative Writing Newsletter
9/26 - 9/30

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Applied Physics & Applied Math Open House (10/11)

Thinking about a major in…

APPLIED PHYSICS
APPLIED MATHEMATICS or
MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING?

Prospective Major Open House

Biomedical Engineering Open House (10/5)

The BME Open House will be held next Wednesday, Oct 5th, from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in the BME Conference Room

Chemical Engineering CAREER NIGHT (9/27)

The Department of Chemical Engineering presents the second annual

CAREER NIGHT


Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Global Scholars Information Session (9/29)

Global Scholars Program Information Session with Professor Victoria De Grazia
Thursday, September 29th
4:00-5:00 p.m
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Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Engineers Summit (10/7)

Goldman Sachs invites you to apply to
Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Engineers Summit

The Goldman Sachs Undergraduate Engineers Summit is a one day program for engineering students that are interested in learning about internship opportunities at the firm. The program will include an overview of the firm’s history and culture, career workshops and networking opportunities with Goldman Sachs professionals. This event is open to sophomores and juniors studying science, technology, engineering or math.

Columbia Engineering Winter Global Educational Experience (January 7th – 15th, 2012)

**For Columbia Engineering Sophomores & Juniors ONLY!!!

Join Professor Xi Chen, Columbia Engineering, Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering, and meet faculty, students and representatives in leading industries and companies in urban infra- structure, transportation and sustainability while enjoying Hong Kong, one of the world’s largest and most vibrant cities.

Seminar topics:

Interested in Leadership Development? Apply to LEAD Programs!

First –Years/Sophomores: Apply to the Emerging Leaders Program! Attention all freshmen and sophomores, are you interested in getting involved on campus?

AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORS NEEDED!!

Want to Build Community Service Experience and Empower NYC High School Students?
Come Join Columbia University?s Double Discovery Center!

Careers in Education Alumni Panel (9/23)

Still deciding on how to fill your “gap year”?  Interested in making a difference and educating the next generation?

Fall 2011 Writing Classes with Availability

Still looking for a few good classes?

CREA W3336  Translation Seminar

IRCPL-CDTR Open House (9/21)

Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life (IRCPL) and the Center for the Study of Democracy, Toleration, and Religion (CDTR) - OPEN HOUSE

Core Class Drop Deadline - Friday, September 16th

Last day to DROP a Core Class is THIS Friday, September 16th
After this date students MAY NOT drop their Core classes.  Students with questions and concerns should see their Advising Deans.  This Core Drop is earlier than the regular drop date, so it is imperative that students keep this deadline in mind as they finalize their schedules.

CC/CE Tutoring Services

Tutoring is offered in a broad range of courses, including introductory sciences, languages, core classes, and engineering subjects.

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Community Impact Open House (9/14)

Community Impact Open House

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Earl Hall

Important Office of Global Programs Dates - Fall 2011

Important OGP Dates

**OGP office closed – September 14th**

THIS FRIDAY is the Deadline to Uncover a “P”: (9/16)

***For Columbia College students***

The deadline to uncover a “P” from last semester (Spring 2011) is Friday, September 16, 2011.

THIS FRIDAY is the Last Day to ADD a Class: (9/16)

REMINDER: CC & CE – FRIDAY (9/16) is the LAST day to ADD a class for the Fall 2011 semester.

Interested in GRADUATE STUDIES at UC BERKELEY? (9/15)

Attend the

GRADUATE SCHOOL
ADMISSIONS WORKSHOP
For the arts & Humanities and social sciences

What Can a Career in Sustainable Development Look Like? (9/16)

What Can a Career in Sustainable Development Look Like?

Friday, September 16
12:00—1:00 PM

The Center for Career Education - This Week at CCE: Sept. 6-9, 2011



Welcome!

We at the Center for Career Education (CCE) are thrilled to launch the semester with you! Each week we'll send you this newsletter, which will highlight upcoming career-related programs and select job and internship opportunities. We have a rich array of services, resources and programs at CCE, and we've designed this email to help you keep track of events and integrate your internship and/or job search into your CU experience.

Study Abroad General Information Session (9/27)

Are you thinking about studying abroad next spring, or next year?

The Center for Student Advising announces its Comprehensive Advising Management System with On-Line Appointment Scheduling

Just prior to the New Student Orientation Program, the Center for Student Advising launched a Comprehensive Advising Management System (CAMS), a multi-faceted software system that allows for on-lin

IF A CLASS IS FULL

Don’t panic.

President Bollinger’s Fun Run: Friday, September 9, 2011

President Lee C. Bollinger invites you to join him at the
Tenth Annual FUN RUN, 5K Run/Walk
Friday, September 9, 2011 (Rain or Shine)

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Biology for Nonscientists: Fall 2011

Looking to fulfill your science requirement? Interested in biology but not rote memorization? There are two biology courses specifically designed for you! 

These are not watered-down versions of the biology for majors, but courses specially designed for nonscience students who want to be able to understand how living things work. This is your chance to find out how modern biology affects your life. Why all the fuss about stem cells? How good is forensic DNA evidence? Should there be a DNA data base with YOUR DNA in it? 

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