Planning to Take a Summer Class this Summer? The Learning Strategies Center (LSC) Scholarship Program is now open and intended to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students who: are behind in credits for on-time graduation, are behind on affiliation requirements, or have been advised to moderate their course load. See additional Guidelines via http://lsc.cornell.edu/lsc-scholarship/. ELIGIBILITY: Cornell… Continue Reading LSC Scholarship for Summer Session Now Open
Neurodiversity @ Cornell: Support & engagement opportunities for students IDENTITY-BASED GROUPS: Executive Function Community of Practice For any student who self-id’s as having executive function issues. Focused on sharing strategies to support our executive function, creating connection and community. Meets Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm, via Zoom. Autism Social Group For students who self-identify as autistic… Continue Reading Neurodiversity Support and Engagement Opportunities!
The BioEntrepreneurship Initiative at Cornell University offers Johnson MBA students and life science researchers from across Cornell’s campuses the opportunity to immerse themselves in real-world startup creation. Participants receive the tools, training, and connections they need to launch their own life science startups through a certificate program offered by the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management. Applications for… Continue Reading Apply to the BioEntrepreneurship Initiative
The College of Engineering invites you to apply to the Graduate Engineering Open House (GEOH) which will take place this October. The priority deadline to apply is Sunday, October 3rd and the final deadline will be Monday, October 18th. Space is limited. Apply by the priority deadline for priority consideration. WHAT | This invite-only event aims to give prospective graduate students… Continue Reading Graduate Engineering Open House at Ohio State
Register at http://bit.ly/CornellGradFair We recognize that there are many factors you will be taking into consideration as you choose the next step in your educational career and we want you to experience (virtually, of course) some of what Cornell and Ithaca have to offer you! We hope you will take some time to visit our graduate… Continue Reading Cornell Virtual Graduate School Fair
The College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for the 2021 Opportunities in Engineering Conference (OPPS). OPPS is an opportunity for outstanding undergraduate juniors and seniors to visit the UW-Madison campus and explore graduate programs in engineering. The conference will be held from Wednesday, November 17th through Sunday, November 21st, 2021. The conference… Continue Reading UW-Madison Opportunities in Engineering Conference Application Still Open
For First-Year Engineering Students: As part of your ENGRG 1050 Engineering Seminar, the Major Departments in the College of Engineering will be offering Major Information Sessions on North Campus in the Robert Purcell Community Center (RPCC) and Appel Commons starting next week. These sessions are scheduled for September 13-16 and September 20-23 in the evenings between 7pm-10:30pm.… Continue Reading Major Information Sessions Start Next Week!
What will you do with an MBA from MIT? MIT Sloan believes your MBA experience should challenge and inspire you. Whether you want to stand up as a future leader, stand out as an entrepreneur, or stand together with other changemakers, MIT Sloan will prepare you. Learn all that you can about the MIT Sloan… Continue Reading MIT Sloan MBA Admissions
American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES) is a student organization that meets to discuss various areas of interest within the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Our vision for Cornell’s AISES chapter is to be the new generation of educated Native leaders who will study and contribute to the building of communities among… Continue Reading American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES)
Learning, Informing, Networking = Knowledge Sharing CUeLINKS is a university-wide online networking platform where community members can connect with the people and resources they need to achieve their academic, career, and personal goals. Knowledge seekers (students) can connect with knowledge sharers (alumni or peers) to share information, such as: Career/industry Trends Diversity at Cornell Adjustment… Continue Reading CUeLINKS