This regular weekly series gives students the opportunity to meet informally with faculty, advisors, and professionals. Themes range from “Life Sciences and the Health Professions” to “How to Succeed in Business with a Liberal Arts Degree” to “Studying, Working, and Living Abroad”, and "The Fine and Performing Arts".
Sponsored by the Academic Advising Center in partnership with the Career Center
Location: Reception Area, Stokes, S140; 3:30 - 5:30 pm; Fall 2015
Thursday, October 8th "Life Science and Health Professions"
Thursday, October 15th "Humanities, Social Sciences, and Preparing for Professions in
Wednesday, October 21st "How to Succeed in Business with a Liberal Arts Degree"
Thursday, October 29th "Studying, Interning, and Living Abroad"
Thursday, November 5th "The Fine and Performing Arts"
Secrets for Success
Quick 30 minute sessions held in Stokes Hall, S139 to demonstrate the best ways to improve test taking, note taking, and study skills.
Topic and Times:
Time and Task Management (presented by the Office of Health Promotion )
Monday, September 21st: 10-10:30 am or 4:00 - 4:30 pm
Study SKills and Note Taking (presented by the Connors Family Learning Center)
Wednesday, September 23rd: 11:00 - 11:30 am
Test Taking Tips (presented by Learning Resources for Student Athletes)
Monday, September 28th: 11:00 - 11:30 am
Writing a Research Paper (presented by Learning to Learn)
Tuesday, September 29th: 11:00 - 11:30 am
Ask the Advising Center
Don’t have time to stop by the Academic Advising Center? Have a question about your schedule you’ve been meaning to ask someone? This is an opportunity for students to stop by our table in McElroy during select hours in the advising period with general questions related to advising and registration.
This regular series of informal conversations with faculty and professionals covers such topics as preparing for a business career with a liberal arts degree, minors in the Lynch School of Education, using the Career Center, and choosing a major.
In these seminars, possibly two or three times each semester, students meet informally with faculty and professional staff to gain insights into their research and to tour cultural and research facilities and resources. Seminars have included trips to the Franklin Park Zoo, McMullen Museum, Walden Pond, the Museum of Fine Arts, and Boston’s Paul Revere House.