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On Campus Writing Support
Writing Skills Improvement Program (WSIP) provides writing support for students, faculty, and staff at the University of Arizona and for people outside of this community as well. Contact them by phone at (520) 621-5849; by email at writingskills@email.arizona.edu; and through their website at www.wsip.arizona.edu.
Get helpful feedback on your writing at Think Tank. thinktank.arizona.edu
Posted: 10/31/19

Aesthetics Course - PHIL 433/533
Take an Aesthetics course with Dr. Peg Brand Weiser that covers classical and contemporary theorys of art and the aesthetic experience.

Revised Teacher Course Evaluations (TCE)
The name of the survey will change to Student Course Survey (SCS), instead of Teacher Course Evaluations (TCE), and it will have fewer questions to answer. If you have questions or wish to provide input on the survey itself, please go to https://oia.arizona.edu/contact.

Course - Powerful Strategies to Improve Learning
This is a non-credit, no-cost, self-paced program offered on D2L for students interested in learning how to study more effectively and spend less time doing so.


Event - Hack Arizona
Hack Arizona is a student-led hackathon where students from around AZ, the Southwest, and the United States gather to complete a programming project, learn about and experience new technologies, attend workshops, and network with other students and corporate sponsors. HackAZ will be held the first weekend of the spring semester in January, Friday 17-Sunday 19, with 1000+ attendees. https://hackaz.io/
Posted: 12/4/19

New Class - Nahuatl
The Critical Languages Program is offering Nahuatl 101 starting in Spring 2020. The class will be taught by Fernando Vargas Cortez, a native Nahuatl language and culture professor from the Universidad Nacional Aut6noma de Mexico (UNAM). For more information contact CLP: 520-621-3387, critlang@email.arizona.edu or https://clp.arizona.edu/
Posted: 11/22/19

New Class - PFFP 196A - The MONEY Class: Financial Well-Being in College and Beyond
This 1 credit course will introduce students to key personal finance topics and relevant money management strategies and tools.
Posted: 11/21/19

Event - Global Scholarships Info Session
The Office of Nationally Competitive Scholarships will host a Global Scholarships information session as a part of International Education Week. This info session is open to all students.
Thursday, November 21st, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Location: Honors Village, Rms 1067 & 1068
RSVP: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_72SgautL6jgf06V
Posted: 11/19/19

Event - Go Global Expo
Study Abroad is hosting the Go Global Expo on November 20th at the Global Center. This event is for all students, all majors, and at all levels of interest in study abroad. https://global.arizona.edu/expo
Posted: 11/14/19

Event - Wayfinders Class Enrollment Assistance
Wayfinders are hosting an open lab for registration assistance next week, November 18th, from 7 AM - 1 PM in ECE 228.
Posted: 11/12/19

CFP - Dianoia Undegraduate Journal
Dianoia, Boston College’s peer-reviewed Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy, is currently accepting submissions -- until January 15, 2020 -- for its Spring issue.

AREC/PPEL 210 - Understanding the World of Commerce
This Tier 2 Individuals & Societies course covers business organizations as major institutions, market structures, and economic theory.
Posted: 11/8/19

Opportunity - UA Green Fund Mini-Grants
The University of Arizona Green Fund is now accepting mini-grant applications! The Green Fund supports sustainability-related projects proposed by any member of the UA community, and encourages collaborations between students, faculty, and staff. The Green Fund is accepting applications from now until April, or once all funds have been allocated for the academic year. You can apply for a sustainability-related project aiming to benefit the University of Arizona community through this application: https://studentlifefees.arizona.edu/ua-green-fund/mini-grants/projects/create.
Posted: 10/29/19

New Class - ART/LAW 360 Visualizing Law
This Tier 2 General Education course will focus on meeting the need of human trafficking survivors. Visualizing Justice is a collaboration between the School of Art and the James E Rogers College of Law.
Posted: 10/25/19

Event - Next Generation Leadership Conference
The School of Government and Public Policy is sponsoring the Next Generation Leadership Conference 8:30am to 4pm on November 6. This conference is designed for aspiring leaders in or working toward a career in local government, it is a great way to open up leadership and mentoring dialogue, share lessons learned, and participate in experiences with others in our public service profession. Visit the conference website for details and to register.
Posted: 10/24/19

Opportunity - External Reviewers Needed
Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal is seeking undergraduate philosophy students to serve as manuscript reviewers. To apply, please visit https://www.stancephilosophy.com/for-reviewers-1 and follow the instructions provided on the Call for Reviewers.
Posted: 10/21/19

CFP - Areté
Rutgers undergraduate philosophy journal, Areté, is accepting submissions for publications in its Spring 2020 issue. Approximately three papers will be published, digitally and in print.
Posted: 10/15/19

Job Shadow Program
The UA Job Shadow Program brings together UA alumni, UA-connected employers, and other willing, professional hosts to oer one-day job shadows to current Wildcats of all years and all majors.
Winter Break shadows take place January 2 – 14, 2020. Applications will be open on Handshake October 22 – November 17.
Spring Break shadows take place March 9 – 13, 2020. Applications will be open on Handshake February 3 – 23, 2020.
Posted: 10/10/19

Event - Homerathon 2019
The Homerathon is an annual tradition presented by Eta Sigma Phi, the Classics Honors Society, and the faculty of Classics. Each year, volunteers work together to read one of Homer’s epics aloud in English from start to finish in a single day, punctuated by fun activities. This year’s Homerathon will present The Iliad and will run from 6:00am through 11:00pm. Please join us as we celebrate one of the most influential bards of all time!
Friday, November 1, 20196:00am - 11:00pmon the UA MALL
Posted: 10/10/19

CFP - Dianoia Undegraduate Journal
Dianoia, Boston College’s peer-reviewed Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy, is currently accepting submissions -- until January 15, 2020 -- for its Spring issue.
Posted: 10/9/19

Fellowship - Junior Summer Institutes PPIA
The Public Policy & international Affairs Program offers funded summer programs for Juniors. See the flyer for more details and apply online.
Posted: 10/9/19

MA Program - Kent State University
The Master of Arts degree program in philosophy at Kent State University offers intensive, in-depth study of philosophy, with particular attention to the diversity and plurality of philosophical methods, perspectives, and traditions, and to philosophy’s relation to other disciplines. Currently, all students in the program are funded.
Posted: 10/7/19

Event - Pre-Law Week
Monday, October 21-LSAT Preparation Strategies, 3:00-4:00PM, AGAVE ROOM
Tuesday, October 22- Personal Statement Workshop, 3:00-4:00PM, AGAVE ROOM
Wednesday, October 23- Learn S’more about Careers in Law, 3:00-4:00PM, AGAVE ROOM
Thursday, October 24 35th Annual Law School Infromation Expo, 12-3pm, Grand Ballroom
Thursday, October 24- Law School Adminssions Panel, 10:30-11:30AM, SANTA CRUZ ROOM and Financing Your Legal Education, 3:00-4:00PM, SANTA CRUZ ROOM
Register here for pre-law week events; no RSVP required for the Law School Information Expo, as it is free and open to the public!
Posted: 10/7/19

Opportunity - Fast Track: Fincial Services
Fast Track: Financial Services gives you an overview of the financial industry, allows you to build your network with financial services professionals, prepares you to gain an industry credential, and helps you apply for jobs and internships.15 all-expenses-paid spots courtesy of our partner Vanguard. Students will get access to Kaplan’s online test prep material, weekly study sessions with trainers and financial services professionals from Vanguard, as well as some job & internship search prep.
Posted: 10/7/19

Event - Dr. Frank Turek talk
The Ignition Tucson club is sponsoring a talk by apologist Dr. Frank Turek on Monday, October 7 at 7pm in SocSci 100.
Posted: 9/30/19

Internship - Patient Experience Ambassador
The Patient Experience (PX) Program is a patient contact experience, designed for students intending to apply to health professional programs who have completed at least one year of college. The role of the Patient Experience Ambassador is to enhance patient-centered care and satisfaction through facilitation of need based communication between patient, family, and staff.
Internship application
Posted: 9/27/19

Event - Noam Chomsky Office Hours
In this student-only event, you can ask Professor Chomsky questions on a range of topics! FREE!! More information at chomsky.arizona.edu
Wednesday, October 2, 6-7:30pm in ENR2 N120
Posted: 9/24/19

Event - UA Job Shadow Program
Explore a career, industry, organization or job function during a one-of-a-kind opportunity to shadow professionals in the field for ONE DAY during Winter Break, between January 2-14, 2020. Applications open October 21. Find out more: https://career.arizona.edu/career-coaching/jsp
Posted: 9/20/19

Event - Grad School Fair
Tuesday, October 2, 1 – 4 PM in SUMC Grand Ballroom.
Visit with various UA departments and institutions of higher education to explore options for graduate school & undergraduate research opportunities. Flyer attached for your to print and/or share! Register in Handshake: https://arizona.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/10275
Posted: 9/20/19

Event - PLUSS 2020
PLUSS 2020 (Philosophy of Law Undergraduate Summer School) invites members of historically marginalized groups to participate in a week-long summer reading school. PLUSS 2020 Flyer
Posted: 9/20/19

CFP - Duke University Journal of PPE
The Duke Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Journal (Sponsored by Duke PPE Certificate Program) is a new publication which is about to start its first year, and they aim to publish original peer-reviewed works of philosophy, politics, and economics. www.dukejppe.com
Posted: 9/20/19

Workshop - University of Southern California
Gathering Philosophers in Southern California is a one-day workshop hosted by the USC School of Philosophy. It provides an opportunity for undergraduate students from underrepresented groups in philosophy, such as women and other minorities, to network, explore their philosophical interests, and learn about pursuing a graduate education in philosophy. GPS Flyer
Posted: 9/20/19

Event - Boren Awards Brown Bag Lunch
Michael Saffle, a national representative of the Boren Awards, will be here at the University of Arizona on Friday, October 18. Boren Awards offer undergraduate scholarships (up to $20,000) prioritizing intensive language emersion study abroad for numerous languages noted as of critical importance to national security and fostering global relationships. Visit the Boren Awards website for more information on the awards: https://www.borenawards.org/. Attend the brown bag lunch 12:00-1:00pm in Honors Village room 1065 for more details. RSVP here: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_39mSKtUji0r4O69.
Posted: 9/17/19

Event - Critical Languages Scholarship Webinar
The CLS Program is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. Students spend eight to ten weeks abroad studying one of 15 critical languages. CLS plays an important role in preparing students for the 21st century's globalized workforce and increasing national competitiveness.
Webinar: Thursday, September 19, 3:00pm EST
Registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DO3lCz5OS-qcViwhhM1yOA
Posted: 9/13/19

UA Ethics Bowl Club
Are you interested in applied ethics questions? Do you enjoy debating or reasoning about morality? The University of Arizona Ethics Bowl Club is currently recruiting a team to compete in an intercollegiate competition this December, where we will present arguments around real contemporary ethical questions. Cases this year include questions about the ethics of having children during the climate crisis, deplatforming in the age of online hate speech, and moral considerations involved in sex work.
If you’re interested in competing or learning more, join us for an interest meeting next week (Monday 9/16 and Wednesday 9/18 at 6pm in Social Sciences 128)! Please email Anna-Bella Sicilia at absicilia@email.arizona.edu with questions.
Posted: 9/11/19

New Minor - Ancient Greek
Posted: 9/10/19

Survey - Journalism
The School of Journalism wants to hear from you! Provide important feedback about potential new minors, online majors and class delivery options. Survey participants are eligible to win a UA Hydro Flask or a $25 Starbucks gift card. Any questions can be directed to Caol Schwalbe at cschwalbe@email.arizona.edu
Take the survey here: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_exF9Wr8W6dLHqRv
Posted: 9/10/2019

Event - LifeHack
Learn to maximize your time in college at the LifeHack event on Saturday, September 14 from 10am to 3pm in the SUMC North Ballroom. Handshake link: https://arizona.joinhandshake.com/events/332265
Posted: 9/5/19

Internship - Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick
Internships with Congresswoman Kirkpatrick are available again this year. kirkpatrick.house.gov/services/internships
Posted: 8/30/19

Event - Career Crawl
Discover internships and career oppotunities in Tucson at the Tucson Metro Chamber on September 20. tucsonchamber.org/careercrawl
Posted: 8/28/19

Volunteer - Mindful Ambassadors
Mindful Ambassadors is a volunteer student group working under the CHS/CAPS umbrella. Becoming a Mindful Ambassador is a great chance to benefit from learning mindfullness skills for your own use, as well as having the experience of sharing this with other students.
Posted: 8/22/19

Events - Student Engagement & Career Development
Check out the employment fairs, leadership events, skill boosting programs and much more offered by Student Engagement & Career Development this fall.
Posted: 8/20/19

Club - Model Arab League
Join the 1st University of Arizona Model Arab League team. Learn about politics in the Arab World. Find more information about the team on their flyer.
Posted: 8/20/19

Class - HED 350 - Higher Education Student Outreach - Project SOAR
This 3-unit course, a very unique Tier 2 Gen Ed, meets on Monday and Wednesday on campus and then the undergrads mentor at a local middle school one time per week! (Disclaimer: PHIL/PPEL majors do not have a Tier-2 INDV requirement unless they are in the Honors College.)
Posted: 8/15/19

Volunteer Opportunity - Camp Kesem
Camp Kesem is a national non-profit organization and ASUA recognized club that provides support for kids who are affected by a parent's cancer. They are currently looking for dedicated college student leaders to fill our coordinator board for the 2019-2020 school year. Visit kesem.org or contact the UA branch at uarizona@campkesem.org for more information and apply here.
Posted: 8/15/19

Event - Learning Assistants Quick Start Program
The program gives Learning Assistants an opportunity to learn from local and national experts about evidence-based teaching and learning strategies and to collaborate with their UA peers to prepare for these important duties.The fall 2019 Learning Assistant Quick Start Program will take place during the week before courses start: August 19th-26th, 2019.
Posted: 8/15/19

Event - UA Girls Who Code Club Open House
Are you interested in learning more about the UA Girls Who Code Club? Learn more about the club and how it supports when in technology at the Open House on September 7th. Flyer.
Posted: 8/15/19

CFP - Sapere Aude Undergraduate Journal
Sapere Aude, the undergraduate philosophy journal of the College of Wooster, will begin accepting paper submissions in January 2020. Visit the Sapere Aude website for details and updates.
Posted: 8/5/19

Class: Ling 211 - Language, Mind and Brain
Learn about language with the founder of modern linguistics, Noam Chomsky! The student-community course will be taught by professors Noam Chomsky, Tom Bever, and Massimo Piatteli-Palmarini from October 17 to December 11, 2019.
Posted: 7/31/19

Arizona Supreme Court AmeriCorps
Interested in criminal justice, public service, law enforcement, social justice or working with youth? Become an member of the Arizona Supreme Court - Adult Probation Support Service AmeriCorps Program (APSS).
Posted: 7/30/19

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