Happy New Year! Try to be safe during the Winter break. Also, Big Congrats to all of our students graduating this week. Best wishes to all of your future endeavors - make UMBC proud!
Good luck to all students taking their exams this week. Remember to keep your eye on the prize! Also, Big Congrats to all of our students graduating this week. Best wishes to all of your future endeavors - make UMBC proud!
Last day of class is this Tuesday. I hope you are utilizing your time well. Procrastination is the enemy of time! Muster your friends for study groups to tackle this milestone. If you have a class that is difficult, ask for help. If you have a class that is easy, offer your assistance. Also, if you have issues with writing your paper, why not visit the Writing Center for assistance?
Aaaahhhh! The end is Nigh! It is time to prepare for Finals! Muster your friends for study groups to tackle this milestone. If you have a class that is difficult ask for help. If you have a class that is easy, offer your assistance. There is strength in numbers. Also, if you have issues with writing your paper, why not visit the Writing Center for assistance?
The end of the semester will be closing in fast and it is time to prepare for finals. Here is some advice I can give you to assist you with your studies: Manage your time, Create study groups and ask questions. Also, if you have issues with writing your paper, why not visit the Writing Center for assistance?
Thanksgiving is finally here! Although you might be envisioning yourself having a very relaxing holiday weekend, keep in mind that the semester will soon be over. Now is the time to gather yourself and to prepare for the final push of the semester - If you have any spare time, review your past homework, quizzes and tests. This will help you more than you will realize.
Thanksgiving break will be here soon, keep in mind that the semester will soon be over.
Now is the time to gather yourself and to prepare for the final push of the semester - If you have any spare time, review your past homework, quizzes and tests. This will help you more than you will realize.
Heads up to all students! November the 12th is the last day to Change from Regular Grade to Pass/Fail or to Drop a Class with a "W". We hope you don't have to but if you must, you must. If you need assistance please talk to your instructor or go visit our friendly staff at the Learning Resources Center for tutoring advice.
Calling all Visual Arts students! The start of the Undergraduate Research season is now upon us. Attend our "Getting Started in Research Workshop" this Wednesday. Discover how to find fantastic research opportunities in the arts! Focus on students in the Arts, Wednesday, November 7, 2012 12:00 - 12:50 p.m.. Admin Building Rm. 10.
Have you thought about doing your research abroad?! Stop by the Study Abroad Fair on November 5th from 11-1 on Commons Mainstreet and find out about our International Field Research Program. Learn how you can conduct your own research in Switzerland, and about the numerous short and long term study abroad options available to you through UMBC!
We are already approaching the middle of the semester, but are you keeping up with all your reading and homework? Here are a few words of wisdom to help you:
You probably know what to expect in your classes now. Some of them may be "easy As" and some you may be "not quite as easy". Well fear no more folks. The Learning Resources Center offers tutoring for certain classes. Apply for a tutor for a class and meet once a week. It can be the difference of a grade letter or more! On the other hand, if you think you did well in a class... why not help others by applying to become a tutor?
The Staff at OUE would like to give a special thanks to our NSBE guests Dr. Ruth Faden, Mr. David Lacks, and Mr. Ron Lacks for an enlightening evening on Tuesday night.
Please consider nominating a book for next years selection. Your choice could be the voice of the new school year.
Next week we will have two special guests visiting our campus. Dr. Ruth Faden, Executive Director of The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and Mr. David Lacks, son of Henrietta Lacks will be on campus for a conversation on our NSBE selection, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks". The event will be held at the UC Ballroom on Tuesday, October 9, at 7:00pm.
It's that time of the year when the weather gets cooler, the days get shorter and the homework gets longer. This is a good time to take a good hard look at which classes need the most attention. Remember, the Learning Resource Center is a free resource that is readily available to you, so make the most of it and get the help you need to be successful this semester!
Deadline for the 2013 UMBC Review is coming up fast! The deadline has been extended to Monday the 24th of September. For more information and to obtain a copy of the guidelines, please check out the UMBC Review home page. Also, if you have any questions, please e-mail either of the three editors of the review.
Will you be graduating in December 2012 or May 2013? Do you realize that the heaviest recruitment season will begin in October? Spend a Friday afternoon with us and be prepared to face this critical time with confidence! The annual Senior Success Seminar will be offered by the Career Services Center on Friday, September 14 from noon until 5:00 pm.
Have you given any thought about conducting any research, but don't know how to get started?
An Undergraduate Research "How to Get Started in Research" Workshop will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 10 12:00-12:50 in the Administration Building, Room 101. There are opportunities for Students in all majors!