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.
We at the WIRe look forward to reading your applications and future articles! If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement (DDEEA) is in need of tutors for the course(s) listed below. Tutors can earn $9.00 to start (+ $1 per hour for more tutoring a group of 3 -6 students). Applicants must have earned an AB or higher in the course to tutor (or equivalent courses/background knowledge), are currently enrolled at UW-Madison with a 2.75 GPA or higher, and want to help other students.
For students planning to write a senior thesis during the 2017-2018 school year, you are required to submit an application by Monday, May 1st. Students who do not submit an application will not be permitted to write a senior thesis in Fall 2017. All applications will be reviewed, and you will be informed of the status of your application by May 15th, 2017.
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Since opening in 1969, the Writing Center has helped literally tens of thousands of UW students from all academic disciplines and all levels of expertise. Their specially trained career staff, graduate teaching assistants, and undergraduate Writing Fellows are eager to help students to improve their writing and to successfully complete course papers, theses, dissertations, and articles for publication. An extensive array of Writing Center services include individual instruction, non-credit workshops, curricular-based writing programs, outreach visits, and online consultations and resources.
Visit the Writing Center website for more information.
The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently accepting submissions for its Spring 2017 issue. The Journal seeks to publish the best undergraduate work across the country related to international themes and topics including, but not limited to: international conflict and conflict resolution, human rights, environmental issues, culture, history, comparative politics and economics, development and trade, global security and international health.
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The LINE (Leadership in the New Economy) Event will address Developing Your All-Around Best Self, and will focus on the topic of Mindfulness, and is sponsored by the Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement. Continue reading
Attention, Badgers! You are invited to attend the 20th Annual All-Campus Leadership Conference which will take place on Sunday, February 28nd, in Union South’s Varsity Hall from 10-3 pm. The All-Campus Leadership Conference is a half-day event that brings hundreds of student leaders together to learn about and experience leadership first hand. You are highly encouraged to take advantage of this incredible opportunity to grow in your own personal development, social awareness, leadership skills, and more! Continue reading