It is time for the third part of the Identity Dialogue Series hosted by the Human Rights Team!
Does it seem as though the weather is a little "different" lately? Are you typically shoveling snow in April, pulling on your parka to protect against weeks of February-like wind chill? Minnesota's snow and rainfall amounts and intensity have changed and that has implications for our storm sewers and floodplains. Evidence suggests weather patterns are becoming more persistent, which can lead to extremes such as droughts, cold spells, heat waves, snowy winters, and flood events.
Three of the world’s leading scientists are coming to the University of Minnesota to address some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century—and CBS undergrad students have priority registration until Friday, April 13. The free events are part of the Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative (NPII), a global program designed to help Nobel Laureates share their inspirational stories and insights with students and scientists around the world.
Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative Panel Discussion: How to Approach Grand Challenges
Join The Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Advocacy for presentations from past Multicultural Award Recipients. These presentations are free and open to the public. No registration required. Lunch provided at 1:00 p.m.
The Public Policy and International Affairs Program has recently announced the following Public Service Weekends:
A Mile High Ascent to Public Service
University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs – Denver, Colorado
June 7 – 10, 2018
Event Information: This event provides University of Minnesota undergraduate-level, graduating seniors (12/2017 - 8/2018) the opportunity to explore job opportunities and learn creative job search strategies directly from staffing agency employers.
Date: Wednesday, April 11
Time: 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Location: MCB 3-104
To register for just this session: z.umn.edu/jobsearchseries3
You’ve identified your interests and have connected them to industries, companies, and even job titles. In this workshop you’ll learn about what documents you need( and how to create them) to successfully apply for these positions!
Register for two free events in the Walter Library Breakerspace (room 204D, next to the SMART Learning Commons). On April 9, learn the basics of cross-stitching. On April 20, help update Wikipedia’s coverage of international mathematics prizes and awards, and their winners. (No previous editing experience necessary. Coffee and snacks provided. Prizes for most edits!)