Dean's Office Events
Group Q and A sessions
These sessions are intended to demystify the Sophomore Plan. You're welcome to attend any of the sessions, regardless of whether or not it is hosted by your dean. These are helpful not just to get you answers from a dean, but also to learn from each other.
Independent Major Information Session
Considering an Independent Major? Learn more about the process from Dean Mancini and hear from senior Miriam Bernstein about what it's like to apply for and pursue an independent major.
Sophomore Conversation for Pre-Health Students
Interested in Medicine or Other Health Professions? Join Dean Raima Evan (of the Dean’s Office) and Dean Gail Glicksman (of the Health Professions Advising Office) who will advise sophomores about issues to consider when navigating the pre-health requirements and exploring options. A current student preparing for the health professions will join them. Topics will include deciding on a major while taking pre-health requirements, exploring summer opportunities, and pursing research and other health-related engagement.
Career and Civic Engagement Center Events
Graduate School 101: Tips on the Admissions Process presented by Donald C. Martin, Ph.D.
Wednesday, Sept. 30 | 7:00-8:00 pm | Virtual Event
Dr. Donald C. Martin, graduate school expert, will give a talk to students of the Tri-Co on tips on how to get into graduate/professional schools. He is the author of "Road Map for Graduate Study: A Guide for Prospective Graduate Students."
Resumania: Resume Reviews
Oct. 19-Nov. 1 | Held During Career Engagement Drop-in Hours
The Career Peers present Resumania! Bring your resume draft Virtual Drop-in Hours to be reviewed and this will complete your sophomore plan resume requirement. No need to sign up, just drop-in with your resume.
Sophomore Internship Workshop
Thursday, Nov. 12 | 4:00-5:00 p.m. | Virtual Event
In this session, you will hear from current students with internship experience and the strategies that worked for them. Plus, you will learn how to effectively search and apply for internships, what employers look for, timelines, and about funding opportunities and academic year internships.
For a complete list of Career and Civic Engagement Center events including Alumna-in-Residence schedule, visit Handshake.