Undergraduate Blog

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September 11, 2017

Students are invited to join CEE at Illinois at our first ever Tailgate Party, Saturday, October 14 at Grange Grove at Memorial Stadium. Please see the attached flyer for full details!

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September 8, 2017

CEE Fall Networking Night
Tuesday, September 26
6-9pm
NCSA Auditorium, Room 1122
1205 W. Clark St., Urbana, IL
http://csccee.com/networking/

Registration is limited to 225 students (with standing room) as the Auditorium has 200 seats. The format for this event has changed so please read the website for more information before registration.  Company Listing is available on the website.  For questions please email: csccee@gmail.com  

September 8, 2017

Software Carpentry is hosting a workshop for women to learn to code:

Thursday, September 21 and Friday, September 22
1040 NCSA
9am - 4:30pm
Meals Provided

All people who identify as women or as non-binary are welcome
No programming experience assumed

Register Here

Hands-on workshops that start at the basics and teach you how to:
➔ organize your research computationally
➔ automate repetitive tasks
➔ make your research reproducible
➔ help other researchers access your work
➔ use your work collaboratively

This workshop will teach you to work with R and the Unix shell and will familiarize you with database and version control tools.

September 8, 2017

Center for Academic Resources in Engineering (CARE)

Tutoring & Peer Advising is off to a great start, click here to see our CARE tutoring team! Tutor schedule by course, click here Supported Study Halls also started this week, click here to see the schedule & courses supported. Workshops, click here to see the topics & dates.  Please encourage students to sign-up for the RIO series.  This would be a great workshop for student on probation. 

RIO is Recognition. Insight. Openness

 Become aware of moment-to-moment experiences Gain tools to recognize your concerns Take action in becoming open and accepting of your experiences. Develop a roadmap to change based on personal values and goals. RSVP required!
September 8, 2017

The Mindful Student: Discovering Your Strengths and Re-Imagining “Success”

Monday, September 11
4:00--5:30 p.m.
1028 Lincoln Hall

This workshop provides opportunities to explore how mindfulness can help you in your life as a student.  Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present; it allows you to observe your thoughts and feelings without judging them good or bad, an approach that can be particularly helpful when dealing with setbacks or making difficult decisions.  The emphasis in this workshop will be on how attitudes of mindfulness can help you slow down, take stock, and learn to define your own success.

See https://publish.illinois.edu/lassuccessworkshops/ for more information about this and other Fall 2017 workshops in the LAS Success series. To learn more about this workshop, email englishadvising@illinois.edu

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