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2017 Graduate and Professional School Fair

Halley Trinh – September 22nd, 2017

Are you considering going to graduate school to advance your career, but not sure what options are out there that fit your needs? Check out the 2017 Graduate and Professional School Fair this Wednesday, September 27th from 12-3 pm on the third floor of Newcomb Hall! There will be countless schools tailored to your specific interests, whether that includes  law, counseling, public policy, public health, social work or international affairs.

CIO Spotlight: Women’s Business Forum at McIntire (WBFM)

Jennifer Harvey – September 22nd, 2017

What is WBFM?

The Women’s Business Forum at McIntire (WBFM) provides an open forum to discuss issues that are unique to gender and explore the challenges faced in work and family relationships. Although we are McIntire-affiliated, we accept students from across the University. This group is open to all female-identifying students.

COUNTDOWN TO #AFROTECH17

Tyler Macaluso – September 21st, 2017

Want to partake in a discussion about various contemporary issues between tech and culture with some of the leading Black techies, though leaders and entrepreneurs? Interested in taking workshops designed to develop practical skills for engineers, business leaders, and developers?

CIO Spotlight: Project Peanut Butter

Brandon Thompson – September 21st, 2017

With the Healthcare Career Community, we aim to highlight organizations on Grounds that provide non-clinical involvement opportunities for students. One of these organizations is Project Peanut Butter (PPB), led by President Sammi Rappaport. PPB is an international organization that focuses on providing severely malnourished children ready-to-use therapeutic foods (RUTF) in Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Ghana, Africa. Founded by Dr.

National Student Leadership Diversity Convention

Amare Osei – September 21st, 2017

The National Student Leadership Diversity Convention, provided by the Miller Institute, is the largest national gathering of student leaders and campus based advisors to address the most critical topics of diversity and social justice challenging our campuses today. Through experiential workshops, keynote sessions, and roundtable discussions teams of students will explore various elements of diversity and social justice and how they affect themselves and their campuses.

These conventions take place at various points throughout the year, and cities include:

Columbia Undergraduate Law Review - Call for Submissions

Jessica Bowers – September 19th, 2017

The Columbia Undergraduate Law Review, a journal of undergraduate legal scholarship based at Columbia University in the City of New York, is accepting submissions for its Spring 2017 issue. In recognition of the various paths undergraduates may take to study law, submission of research articles, senior theses, and essays embracing a wide range of topics and viewpoints related to the field of law are welcomed. Undergraduate students in any major, track, or class year should feel free to send their work.

LMI Information Session

Hannah Guffey – September 18th, 2017

September 19 | Garrett Hall Great Hall | 12-1 PM
LMI is a strategic consultancy headquartered in the Washington, DC, area committed to helping government leaders and managers reach decisions that make a difference. Attend this session to hear from Bill Brydges, vice president and CTO of the Technology Services division and UVA alumnus David Walrath ('05) about LMI's Graduate Fellowship program.

Princeton in Asia Online Info Session

Dreama Johnson – September 18th, 2017

Interested in a bridge year opportunity in Asia?  Check out Princeton in Asia!

CALLING ALL POTENTIAL APPLICANTS: Interested in PiA, but wishing you had more information? Digging the idea of a year of service, but not sure where to start? Gung-ho about tuk-tuk-ing through the streets of Cambodia, but not quite sure how to hop on board?

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