Category: Share with Students

SHARE WITH STUDENTS: You’re invited to GLASapalooza Event next Tuesday 4/2 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.!

Dear GLAS Community,

You are cordially invited to our first annual GLASapalooza to celebrate our Global Asian Studies minors, graduates, and the fierce work GLAS does in the classroom, on campus, and in our Chicagoland communities through a research gallery and student presentations!

Details are below and in the attached flyer.

Monday, April 24, 2017, 3-5 pm
Cardinal Room Student Center East, University of Illinois at Chicago
Free admission, food, and refreshments

I hope to see many of you there!
Best,
Anna

*You can download the flyer and share it!


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Intouch Crisis Hotline Info and Lock-in being conducted tonight 4/21!

With the stress of everyday life and finals on the way, the Counseling Center just wanted to take the time to inform you about the UIC InTouch Crisis Hotline.

Whether it’s regarding anxiety, homework overload, or just personal problems, the Hotline is a free service for anyone that feels like they want to be heard. The Hotline is confidential with the exceptions of immediate harm to yourself/others or neglect/abuse of a child or elderly individual.

This upcoming school year our goal is to reach out to more UIC students. This being said, I would appreciate if you took the time to inform all of your students of this FREE service provided for them. Many professors already incorporate the counseling services in their syllabus, so you are more than welcomed to do so with the Hotline as well. The number for the hotline is 312-996-5535. We are open Sunday through Friday from 6:00 pm to 10:30 pm. Moreover, Friday (April 21, 2016) we are conducting a lock-in, which means we will be open from 6:00 pm-6:00 am. For more information please visit: http://counseling.uic.edu/hotline.shtml.


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Extended Library Hours starting April 23rd!

The University Library begins its extended hours schedule for the end of the semester and finals week on Sunday, April 23.

The Richard J. Daley Library will be open continuously from 10 a.m. Sunday, April 23 through 7 p.m. Friday, May 5. During extended hours, only patrons with valid i-cards will be able to enter the building from 9 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. A dedicated Library Shuttle will serve Library patrons from 11 p.m. – 7 a.m. every day from Sunday, April 23 (11 p.m.) to Friday, May 5 (7 a.m.) The Library Shuttle picks up/drops off at the west (Morgan St.) door to the Daley Library. You must show a valid i-card to use the Library Shuttle.

The Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago is open extended hours Sunday, April 23 through Friday, May 5 as follows:

Sunday: 9 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Monday – Thursday: 7 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. – midnight
Saturday: 9 a.m. – midnight

The Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago will close at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 5.
Hours for all Library locations are online from the Hours & Locations link for each library at library.uic.edu/libraries.


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: CBA is hosting an info session on master’s degrees on 4/17!

An advanced degree is one of the most sought after resume builders, and a master’s degree from the UIC Liautaud Graduate School of Business can help you stand out from your peers.

UIC Liautaud offers an exciting selection of master’s degree options taught by faculty experts and industry professionals. With admissions pathways for UIC undergraduates, UIC Liautaud is an excellent choice for your graduate studies.

This information session is designed for current UIC undergraduate students, and includes a presentation from Admissions representatives followed by an open Q&A. Refreshments will be served. Follow this link for more information on Liautaud and our programs: http://go.uic.edu/liautaud

 

April 17, 1 pm, 310 DH

https://uicgsb.askadmissions.net/Portal/EI/ViewDetails?gid=6235773f72cc2be8cb4136a8ff926f63daf53e


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: SSI Student-Centered Culture is hosting student focus groups on April 18, 19, and 20!

The Student-Centered Culture SSI team will be conducting student focus groups next week on April 18th, 19th, and 20th. Share the flyer with your students!

The purpose of the sessions will be to gain insight from students regarding their interactions with staff, faculty, student services and other areas.  Attached you will find a flier with more details.  Please share the information on your listserves and directly with your fellow staff and students.


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Apply today for the L@s GANAS Research Experience – Deadline Extended to 4/21!

Apply today for the L@s GANAS Research Experience

Are you looking for an independent research experience? Latin@s Gaining Access to Networks for Advancement in Science, or L@s GANAS, is looking for undergraduate students who want to commit to two years of gaining solid research experience. The extended deadline to apply for this program is Friday, April 21st.

L@s GANAS is offering priority to students who:

  • Identify as Latinx
  • Majoring (or intending to major) in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, and Neurosciences

Students may be eligible for up to a $5,000 stipend each year.

To learn more and apply please visit http://bit.ly/ganasresearch


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: You’re invited to Lavender Graduation on 4/28!

Lavender Graduation

Friday, April 28, 2017

National Hellenic Museum, 333 South Halsted Street

Ceremony: 5:00 – 6:30 p.m., Reception: 6:30 – 9 p.m.

The Keynote Speaker this year will be Owen Daniel-McCarter. Owen is a transgender attorney, educator, and advocate. He is the Executive Director of the Illinois Safe Schools Alliance where he supports gender inclusivity in schools, LGBT affirming curriculum, bullying prevention, and restorative school discipline practices. He has a bachelor’s degree in Women and Gender Studies from the Univearebrsity of Vermont and, while he was a student there, helped co-found a national student-run conference on trans/gender identity and trans activism called the Translating Identity Conference. Owen then attended the City University of New York School of Law and has been licensed to practice law in Illinois since 2007. He is a founding collective member of the Transformative Justice Law Project, the former Legal Director of the TransLife Center, and was an adjunct faculty member at DePaul University in Chicago.

 

Lavender Graduation is a unique convocation ceremony that honors the academic achievements of UIC’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and allied (LGBTQA) graduating class. The event is open to students from every college at UIC and our graduate pool grows larger each year. Lavender Graduation is one of the Gender and Sexuality Center’s hallmark programs. Students throughout the years have testified that the prospect of walking in “Lav Grad” motivates them through tough times with juggling classwork and other obligations. In addition to several other programs we offer, Lavender Graduation supports the attraction, retention and successful graduation of many LGBTQA students each year.

The graduate and guest registration links are now available! Please register yourself and your guests today, and pass the links on to others.

 

GRADUATES Register Here:

https://gscuic.wufoo.com/forms/uic-lavender-graduation-2017-graduate-registration/

GUESTS can RSVP Here:

https://gscuic.wufoo.com/forms/uic-lavender-graduation-2017-guest-registration/

When you have a moment, follow this link to a beautiful video from the 2014 event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0posJQEDBoM

Please also join our event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UICLavenderGraduation/

For registration and event related questions, contact S Simmons at Symone@uic.edu OR 312-413-8619.

Download the flyer!

 


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: CC 120 – UIC First-Year Dialogue Seminar is now DLG (Dialogue) 120

CC 120 – UIC First-Year Dialogue Seminar is now DLG (Dialogue) 120, and course content/learning remains the same.  Students can register on their own, and sections 41454 and 41455 are reserved for upper-level students.  All students currently registered have been notified of the change.


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: CUPPA Info Sessions on April 18th and 19th

CUPPA Info Sessions

Are you interested in making direct, positive changes in your community?

Are you a UIC student who is either undecided or unsure about your major?

Are you looking for something different for Fall 2017?

We have majors and programs that will interest you!

You are invited to attend an info session on our undergraduate programs in the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs (CUPPA). Learn more about our two majors, Public Policy and Urban Studies.  If one of our majors isn’t right for you, explore our many minors and certifications available.

Minors offered include Public Policy, Urban Studies, Sustainable Cities, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Or register for a CUPPA course for Fall 2017 to see what we’re all about (see below for a sample list of our Fall 2017 courses.)

These sessions will be held in the Daley Library, Room I-470, at the following dates and times:

Tuesday, April 18, 3pm

Wednesday, April 19, 9am

Please RSVP to cuppa_students@uic.edu with the date you will  be attending.

CUPPA Alumni have found jobs in government, with non-profit organizations, or working for the private sector. Discover a career working as an advocate, analyst, organizer, planner, or decision-maker. CUPPA’s undergraduate programs will help you develop critical skills to make a more just, resilient, and livable world. Inherit Yesterday. Imagine Tomorrow. For more information on the info session or CUPPA, please send an email to cuppa_students@uic.edu.

Like CUPPA on Facebook!

Check out our website here!

CUPPA Course offerings Fall 2017

PA 100 Individual Action and Democratic Citizenship
PA 210 Introduction to Policy Process
PA 211 Policy Analysis
PA 230 Nonprofit organizations in US Society
PA 231 The American Safety Net
PA 240 Environmental Policy
PA 300 Introduction to Urban Policy Processes
PA 303 Bureaucracy and the Policy Process
US 101 Introduction to Urban Studies
US 130 Principles of Sustainable Cities
US 202 Planning Great Cities
US 208 Mapping the Urban: Cartography and Its Alternative
US 301 Political Economy of Urban Development
US 304 Visualizing the City: Methods and Tools for Representing the City
US 361 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems I


SHARE WITH STUDENTS: Fulbright Fortnight (4/10 – 4/21)

Join the Graduate College and Office of Special Scholarship Programs for information on the US Fulbright Scholar Program (four opportunities):

Tuesday, April 11, 2017
11–1pm
UH Room 650
PIZZA + Info Session
For Graduate & Undergraduate Students

 

Thursday, April 13, 2017
12-2pm
BH Room 121
REFRESHMENTS + Alum Panel
For Graduate & Undergraduate Students

 

Monday, April 17, 2017
9:30-10:30am
UH Room 650
PASTRIES & COFFEE + Info Session
For Graduate Students

 

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
1-2pm
College of Nursing Rm 151
REFRESHMENTS + Info Session
For Professional Graduate and Undergraduate Students