GUTS is the largest tutoring service on campus. The Transitions Program holds informational panel sessions for undergraduate students to have their questions answered by current graduate and professional students. It also allows the undergraduate students to hear about first-hand experiences of graduate student life. There are panel-style seminars assist undergraduate students in understanding the graduate and professional school application process.
- Your name
- Academic major(s)
- Graduation date
- Piece title
- Short abstract (250 words)
Leaders for Youth Information & Interview Sessions
Monday and Tuesday, October 30 & 31
12:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
L138 Education Building
Contact Miguel Lopez-Madrazo, Director of Leaders for Youth, at email@example.com
Come to 260 Bascom Hall for a round table event featuring alumni who transformed their interest in the continent into substantial careers. These alumni have a wealth of experience to share with students interested in Africa-focused careers.
Featured Alumni Include: J. Stephen Morrison, Catherine Thompson, Ambassador John E. Lange, Anthony Carrol, and Leslie Zelenko.
We hope to see you there on October 20th at 12:00 PM.
Are you exploring major options? Thinking of adding an additional major or certificate? If you answered yes, you won’t want to miss the Majors Fair.
Tuesday, October 24
3:30-6:00 p.m. Union South
At the Majors Fair, more than 100 departments, majors, and certificate programs from all eight undergraduate schools and colleges will come together to give you the chance to “shop around” for your major. You’ll be able to ask questions of academic advisers, faculty, or other representatives from each department.
Take time to make a thoughtful decision about your major by attending the Majors Fair!
For more information go to: https://cec.ccas.wisc.edu/majors-fair/
Throughout the academic year, the Career Exploration Center (CEC) hosts a series of workshops on a variety of topics that engage students in the career development process and in choosing a major. Their workshops are interactive and involve students in activities and discussions. Reference the above flier for upcoming workshops.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service will host Walk the Walk on Friday, October 13 at 2:00 PM. Walk the Walk is an annual tour of social and environmental justice organizations in the UW-Madison neighborhood. Students participate in one of four themed walking tours to learn from nonprofits near campus that are advancing progressive and equitable change. Each tour begins in the basement at Ogg Hall.
Visit https://morgridge.wisc.edu/events-calendar/walk-the-walk/ for more information and registration. Registration is encouraged, not required. Students who register by Oct. 6 will receive free business cards. Sign up here: go.wisc.edu/walkregister.