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.
Are you thinking about studying abroad next spring, or next year?
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
ATTENTION FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS
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)
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?