University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Calendar

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Calendar

  • 3/31/2015

    Jennie Avery and Lily Huang from the International Student and Scholar Services Office will present on the various options Research Park companies have when it comes to hiring international students for internship positions. All Research Park companies are welcome to attend. Lunch will be served.

  • 3/31/2015

    Professor Harwood's research, rooted in social justice, focuses on the emerging field of planning for difference and diversity.  She has done extensive work with campus colleagues about the student experience at Illinois; Harwood, S., Huntt, M.B., Mendenhall, R. & Lewis, J. 2012 "Racial Microaggressions in the Residence Halls; Experiences of Students of Color at a Predominantely White University." Journal of Diversity in Higher Education

  • 4/2/2015

    Spring Start Up Career Fair at Siebel Center

    Hosted by:  Founders, Engineering Career Services and the Department of Computer Science at Illinois

    Date:  April 2, 2015

    Time:  5:00pm - 8:00pm

    Location:  Siebel Center atrium

    Cost:  $200

                    

    Join hundreds of entrepreneurial students from the University of Illinois College of Engineering at the inaugural spring "Start Up Career Fair"!  This fair, held just in time for meeting your summer internship and full-time hiring needs, offers easy access to Engineering students in the Siebel Center, home of the Computer Science department.  For a sneak peek of what to expect at the fair, take a look at the video from the fall fair:  Fall Fair Video

    Register online:  Link to Registration, Space is limited to the first 25 completed registrations.  Registration deadline is March 16.

     

  • 4/2/2015

    The Putin regime does not intend to surrender power. Putin always intended to be president for life although this fact was disguised with the help of an array of pseudo-democratic institutions. The present regime is the culmination of a process that began under Yeltsin. The anger of Russians over the pillaging of the country was such that Yeltsin was unlikely to have any influence over his successor and faced criminal prosecution after he stepped down as president in 2000 at the end of his constitutionally mandated two terms as President. The person chosen by the Yeltsin “family” to be the beneficiary of this crime was Putin, the head of the FSB. Putin, once in power, took steps to assure that he could never be replaced. 

  • 4/3/2015

    Family Screen Printing

    Explore DIY techniques in screen printing: the full process from computer to fabric. This workshop is intended for families!

    9am – 12pm  OR 1pm – 4pm

    All ages welcome (Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult)