Get help learning to focus
In Focus is a four-week series that offers education and support for students who commonly experience difficulties associated with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). You do not need to have an official diagnosis to get involved. This series is interactive and gives students practical tips for improving focus. We’ll cover:
In Focus will be offered in-person twice for Fall 2021.The second series will be offered Wednesdays from 1 to 2:20 p.m. on October 27 until November 17.
- Goal Setting
• Time Management
• Stress Management and Self-Care
For more information and to register, please go to counselingcenter.illinois.edu/InFocus.
Peer Educators Needed
The Diversity & Social Justice Education Office is currently recruiting UIUC Students to serve as Peer Educators for our I-Connect Spring 2022 Workshops. These are experiential trainings designed to help incoming students embrace differences and recognize shared experiences to build a welcoming and engaged campus community.
Apply for iSEE's new Environmental Leadership Program
Application deadline: Sunday, Oct. 31
Interested in public policy and sustainability issues? The iSEE's new Environmental Leadership Program is designed to prepare Illinois undergraduates for leadership roles in the sustainability field. In the Spring 2022 program, participants will learn about policy-making at the local and state levels, develop real-world environmental policies, and present proposals to legislators and decision-makers.
Undergraduate Research Workshops
Would you like to gain research experience? Do you have questions about how to get started? Register for one of several upcoming undergraduate research workshops, including:
- Getting Started in Research
- Giving Undergraduate Research Presentations
- Poster Presentation and Design Workshop
- Proposal Writing for Undergraduate Researchers
- The Value of Undergraduate Research
Become an I STAR!
We are looking for students who are articulate, flexible, reliable, energetic, and enthusiastic about Illinois!
Applicants must be current undergraduate students at the University of Illinois. Students taking courses fully virtually, outside of the CU community are not encouraged to apply.
As a representative for the University of Illinois, the main function of an I STAR is to give tours to prospective students and families visiting campus. I STARs also assist in the logistics of running our on-campus visit programs and assist with virtual visits for prospective students.
The deadline to apply is Sunday, October 24th.
New Master of Science in Integrative Biology
Now accepting applications for the MS in IB program!
- Course-based, non-thesis MS degree
- Increases competitiveness for post-grad apps
- Can be completed in 1 year
- Now enrolling for Spring and Summer 2022
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the IB Info & Opportunities Newsletter for full details on these and other opportunities.