Calendar for the Week of 4/14/2014 to 4/20/2014

by UMaineCLASAdvisingCenter

Course registration for Fall 2014 continues today, and will be ongoing for the next several weeks. If you haven’t done so, be sure to make an appointment with your advisor to discuss your plan for the upcoming academic year. Don’t delay, do it today!

Monday, April 14
Registration for Fall 2014 classes continues today, scheduled as follows:
First Years with 20+ credits- 11am
First Years with 18+ credits- 2pm

The Tutor Program is offering Drop-in Tutoring, located in the Tutor Program classroom on the first floor of the library (between the Research Consultation Area and the Writing Center classroom).  Check out their website for more information and the full schedule.  

Drop-in Tutoring for Monday:
10am-11am – MAT 115
11am-12pm – BIO 208
1pm-2pm – PSY 100
2pm-3pm -CHY 121
4pm-6pm – BMB 208
6pm-7pm – MAT 232
7pm-8pm – PHY 122

Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday during the semester the Department of Modern Languages and Classics offers the opportunity to practice conversations in other languages.  It is located in Little Hall, Room 207 and is open to anyone who wants to have conversations in the specific language.
12pm-1pm – French Table
12pm-1pm – Spanish Table
12pm-1pm – German Table

Tuesday, April 15
Registration for Fall 2014 classes, scheduled as follows:
First Years with 15+ credits-7am
First Years with 12+ credits- 11am
First Years with 10+ credits- 2pm

Drop-in Tutoring for Tuesday:
10am-12pm – SOC 101
12pm-1pm – BIO 100
1pm-2pm – FSN 101
2pm-4pm – MAT 232
4pm-5pm – MAT 228
5pm-7pm – CHY 122
7pm-8pm – PHY 112

Wednesday, April 16
Registration for Fall 2014 classes, scheduled as follows:
First Years with 7+ credits-11am
First Years with 0+ credits- 2pm

Today in Hauck Auditorium from 4pm-6pm, join guest speaker Mary Doria Russell as she gives this years John M. Rezendes ethics lecture. Her lecture will be titled ‘The Age of Discovery from Spain to Space’ which focuses on the ethics of discovery and other ethical issues brought up in her novel and this year’s Honor’s College Read, “The Sparrow”. Russell will also hold a book signing after the lecture.

Drop-in Tutoring for Wednesday:
10am-11am – MAT 115
11am-12pm – BIO 208
12pm-2pm – BUA 202
4pm-5pm – PHY 122
5pm-7pm – PSY100

1pm-2pm – Italian Table

Thursday, April 17
Drop-in Tutoring for Thursday:
11am-12pm – SOC 101
12pm-1pm – BIO 208
1pm-2pm – BIO 100
2pm-3pm – BIO 222
3pm-4pm – CHY 121

Friday, April 18
Interested in jobs in international affairs? The University of Maine School of Policy and International affairs hosts Careers in Diplomacy and International Affairs, a discussion with Ambassador William M. Bellamy (ret.), today at 1:30pm in the Career Center, located on the third floor of the Union.

2pm-3pm – Arabic Table

Sunday, April 20
Drop-in Tutoring for Sunday:
4pm-6pm MAT 228
6pm-8pm BIO 100

If other events turn up, we will be sure to update the calendar. Have a great week!