Thursday: NAD MEETING AT 7 PM at the Native American House
Friday: BALONEY LUNCH AT NOON in the NAP LOUNGE
Thursday and Saturday: GRE STUDY GROUP at King Arthur Café in Baker Library from 5-7 pm
ADVISOR IS IN - Extra Drop In Hours
TUE & WED, 4-7 PM
Paul Suite, Baker Library (next to Deans' offices)
15 minute slots for 'quick questions' or resume/cover letter reviews.
10/3 (WED)- 5:30 PM-7 PM
Class of 1930s Room (Rockefeller Center)
R.S.V.P. BY VISITING THIS LINK:
Learn about the mission and products for each of the Directorates and how their majors and experiences will be applicable to the internships and full-time opportunities at CIA. Also, students will be given a thorough explanation of the application process and what CIA looks for when evaluating applicants for positions. There will be time after the information session for questions and answers.
Dinner will be served!
CROSSING CULTURES – NEW CURRENTS IN CONTEMPORARY ABORIGINAL ART
Would you like to attend a private tour of the new art exhibit CROSSING CULTURES at the Hood Museum of Art followed by an elegant dinner at 13 EW catered by the Hanover Inn?
When? October 2nd : Tour 5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Where? Meet at the Hood Museum of Art at 5:00 p.m. with dinner at 13 East Wheelock (“The White House”) to follow.
Why? To see and discuss contemporary Aboriginal art with Montgomery Fellow Howard Morphy, Director ofThe Research School of the Humanities at the Australian National University, and Hood Museum Curator of Australian Art Stephen Gilchrist!
“While the exhibition features many influential artists who have contributed to the development of an Indigenous art canon since the 1970s, the focus is squarely on subsequent generations of artists, who are breathing new life into ancient stories and broadening the possibilities of Indigenous art” (From Hood Museum of Art website).
Please rsvp for the tour and dinner as soon as possible--or just show up at the exhibit at the Hood at 5:00pm today.
Green Corps—Environmental Leadership Fellow
(1 year) The Field School for Environmental Organizing includes intensive classroom training, hands-on field experience running urgent environmental campaigns, and career placement in positions with
leading environmental groups.
Deadline: OCT. 8
Academy for Urban School Leadership Urban Teacher Residency
(1 year) A teacher training program, partnered with Chicago Public Schools, focusing on transforming underperforming schools, typically in high-poverty areas. Combines teacher preparation, certification, and a Master's degree in an intensive 12-month, full-time, training paid program.
FIRST DEADLINE: OCT. 15
Germany—Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program
Gain an in-depth understanding of the political, economic and cultural environment of Germany and Europe through an intensive 9-12-month work and seminar program. No German language skills are required at the time of application, however, a strong willingness and commitment to learn the language are essential.
Deadline: OCT. 15
Soros Justice Advocacy Fellowships
(18 months) Initiate innovative policy advocacy projects at the local, state, and national levels that will have a measurable impact on one or more of the Open Society Foundations U.S. criminal justice reform priorities. Projects may range from litigation to public education to coalition-building to grassroots mobilization to action research.
Deadline: OCT. 17