Illinois Statewide K-12 Computer Science Education Summit
Friday, September 25 at 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. CST
Join us in shaping the future of K-12 Computer Science Education for all Illinois students! The University of Illinois, in partnership with other computer science education stakeholders, and through the generosity of the CME Group Foundation, is hosting the second Illinois Statewide CS Education Summit - #ILCSEdSummit2020. This virtual event will engage K-12 educators, administrators, policymakers, industry professionals, non-profits, and legislators in a day of collaboration, presentations, panel discussions, and working groups, with the shared goal of making CS for All a reality in Illinois. Email Raya Hegeman-Davis at email@example.com with any questions, and register today!
Operation Study Skills
September 22, 6:30 p.m. CST
TAP, the University of Illinois Autism Program, presents the Operation Study Skills Seminar! This is an opportunity to learn organization strategies, sharpen focus, and achieve your work goals on time. The session is formatted to ensure the identity of students invovled will remian anonymous. If you are struggling to keep your classes organized, register today and save your semester!
Social Skills for Life and Friday Socials at Six
These two fun social skills groups are designed for students who are on the autism spectrum or who may struggle socially. They will both meet regularly to build confidence in social contexts, and experience opportunities to connect with other students during "Socials at Six" on Friday evenings. Interested in learning valuable social skills and making some friends? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Industry Experts Resume Review Event
Tuesday, September 22, Noon-3 p.m. CST
Sign up deadline: September 20, 11:55 p.m. CST
The Career Center is excited to host this opportunity for students to connect with employers and get feedback on their resumes! Review slots are 10 minutes over Zoom, first-come-first-served. Students can sign up for a resume review slot through the Handshake interview module, and will recieve the Zoom link via email on September 21.
Campus Rec Cooking Classes
Members: $10 a session, 5:30-7 p.m. CST
Non-members: $15 a session, 6:30-8 p.m. CST
Zoom option: $2 a session
Spice up your meal prep with cooking classes from Campus Rec! There are 12 classes in the fall series, available virtually over Zoom, or in person at the ARC instructional kitchen. Each class focuses on a different dish, and all lessons are developed and taught by Illinois diatetics students. Spots are limited, make sure you register here to get cooking!
Building Your Teaching Toolbox I: Standards & Assessment
Fall 2020, Second 8-Weeks
Mondays, 4-5:15 p.m. CST
This course (CI 199-NK1) will help you understand learning standards, develop learning objectives, and create assessments. These skills will serve you in your methods courses, clinical experiences, student teaching, and beyond! The course is 1 credit hour, and 100% online. This class also has the option to serve as James Scholar Project credit. For questions, please contact Nancy Latham at email@example.com.
Online Tutoring, Mentoring and Advising with OMSA
The Office of Minority Student Affairs is offering plenty of resources to help you have a successful fall semester. Need help staying on top of your classes? Unsure about your academic plan? Just have a question and you don't know who to ask? The OMSA Mentoring and Advising Program is open for appointments or drop-ins to all OMSA students! Additionally, online tutoring sessions are availabe in a number of subjects, prepare for midterms early and make an appointment today!
Classrooms Available for Study Space
Some classrooms are available for use between classes and events to students who may need a location to participate in an online class or to study. Social distancing and face covering requirements apply. Please wipe your own seat with the supplies provided before and after use. Furniture may not be moved within the room or to another location. Room schedules can be found outside the classroom. Please be courteous to other users and to incoming classes or events and be prepared to exit at building close. The list of available classrooms can be found here.
UIUC AnyWare Service
UIUC Anyware is a service that provides optimized virtual access to over 100 software applications for students, whether working on campus, remotely, or in class. It also offers a remote desktop environment allowing users to access software securely, on multiple devices and operating systems including Windows, MacOS, and Linux. Get started here!
The Career Center is here for you!
The Career Center is still offering great tools and aid to students virtually! Get one-on-one career coaching or advising, practice your interview skills, get your resume checked, and more. Make an appointment through their website, or call at 217-333-0820.