News Category: Student and Faculty
Title: Summer Language Courses
One Sentence Summary: All language courses for summer sessions have openings!
Long Summary: All language courses for summer sessions have openings!
Keywords: Language, Summer, ARBC, CHIN, FREN, GRMN, JAPN, SPAN
Location: Atlanta, GA
Release Date: 04/18/2011
Release Time: 11:23 AM
Start Date: 04/18/2011
Stop Date: 07/18/2011
Body: Students looking for courses for Summer 2012 should consider registering for language courses. Courses in ARBC, FREN, GRMN, KOR and SPAN meet on campus; courses in CHIN, JAPN, and RUSS are online. Most on-campus courses are available in sequences meeting over both Early and Late sessions, so it’s possible to earn 6-8 credits of language in just one semester, especially in the first- and second-year sequences. Almost all courses are open, but registration closes April 29. Contact Dr. David Shook, drshook, with questions.
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* Cleaner layout and design
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The first PAD pre-law fraternity meeting of the semester will be held at 7:00 this evening in DM Smith room 203. If you’re interested in joining PAD, you’re welcome to attend.
The agenda is:
–Short info session about PAD and membership requirements
–Short presentation on law school admission and courses by John Marshall Law School
We really need to fill the Vice-President and Treasurer positions. The Vice-President would be in charge of maintaining relationships with members, and the Treasurer would be in charge of managing the local chapter account and collecting local dues. Please consider running for one of these positions at the meeting.
Fulbright Information Session
Crescent Room, Student Center
Open to all students
Students who will be seniors and graduate students next fall are eligible to apply this year.
Campus deadline Sept. 17.
Campus Adviser: Dr. Karen Adams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
One-year awards are available in @ 140 countries.
Awards can be for research, graduate study, or English Teaching Assistantships.
Fellow Public Policy Students:
Hello, my name is Travis Horsley. I was elected by you in the previous semester to serve the School of Public Policy in the Undergraduate House of Representative, part of the Student Government Association. I am deeply humbled by being allowed to serve you in this position for the previous semester, but I would like to inform you that I have recently decided to resign from SGA in order to focus on classwork in preparation for graduation. If you would like to represent the Public Policy students in SGA, please send an email to Parker Hancock at parkerhancock expressing your interest. Thanks for allowing me to serve you!
Yours in White and Gold,
Herman Miller, a leading designer and manufacturer of office and learning environments, announces its first student video contest titled, “Hey, Where Do You Learn Best?”. The contest is designed to encourage full-time students attending 2-or 4-year U.S.-based colleges or universities to share where they learn best (on or off campus) and why that place best supports their learning.
They hope this contest and its results will be of great interest to campus leadership, as well as faculty and students. Video responses will shed new insight into the rapidly changing needs of students and how higher education facilities can effectively respond to those needs.
Full details of the contest are available online and from their Facebook page.
Entries will be accepted until March 26, 2010. The entries that best represent creativity, originality, and appropriateness to the theme will receive a first prize $2500 Visa gift card, a second prize $1500 Visa gift card, and a third prize $1000 Visa gift card.
The Eben Tisdale Fellowship, which includes a $5,000 grant, is a summer internship available to undergraduate and graduate students where the high-tech sector meets the government. The program offers outstanding opportunities for students to learn about high tech public policy issues with hands-on experience in Washington, D.C. Tisdale Fellowships are open to students from colleges and universities all over the country.
The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship, which includes one $5,000 grant for one student each year, is part of the Tisdale Fellowship program. Any student, undergraduate or graduate, who is interested in diversity and ethics issues, and in learning about high-tech public policy issues, can apply for this Fellowship.
The application for both of these Fellowships is the same, except that those applying for the Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship should include an additional essay on diversity and ethics. Continue reading