Friday, May 8, 2020

Watch the virtual commencement ceremony online Saturday, May 16

The 2020 University of Minnesota Virtual Commencement Ceremony will be webcast live online on Saturday, May 16, beginning at 11 a.m. CDT. After the University Ceremony, visit the CSE website for videos, well wishes from alumni and faculty, and more!

Important end-of-semester information for students on academic probation

If you are currently on academic probation, the CSE Office of Academic Advising will review your spring semester grades once posted. You will be notified of your academic status the week of June 1, 2020.

Watch a CSE Career Center video about job and internship search during COVID-19

Learn tips for searching for internships or jobs during COVID-19 in a new video from the CSE Career Center.

Apply for the January 2021 global seminar in Tanzania

Be a part of a hands-on engineering challenge with real-world impact in Tanzania in January 2021. Apply for this global seminar by Monday, June 29.

Register for 'Graduating into a Recession' CSE alumni and mentor virtual panel event

Hear from CSE alumni and mentors who graduated during the Great Recession for their advice, tips, and guidance for navigating graduating college during an uncertain job market and economic downturn. Register for the "Graduating into a Recession" virtual panel event on Wednesday, May 27.

Nine student groups receive 2020 CSE Tin Man Awards

Congratulations to nine CSE student groups that received 2019-20 CSE Tin Man Awards recognizing the groups' dedication to student engagement over the past academic year.

Friday, May 1, 2020

Update: Course grading change option from A-F to S/N deadline extended to Friday, May 22

The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost has announced a new extended deadline for grading basis changes from A-F to S/N. The deadline to switch from A-F to S/N now has been extended to Friday, May 22, 2020 due to students' requests. This new change gives students the option of waiting to switch their grade to S/N until after final grades are posted. 

Get ready for finals with virtual tutoring, workshops, study breaks, and more

The University Libraries have online sources for your final papers and projects. Schedule a virtual peer tutoring appointment or chat with a librarian 24/7. Explore the Pomodoro study technique, find a Library Zoom background, or take a study break with printable coloring sheets.

Graduates: Remember to request your free tassel and diploma cover by Wednesday, May 6

In the spirit of a traditional commencement, the University will mail a tassel and diploma cover to graduating seniors who confirm their mailing address by Wednesday, May 6, 2020. You may also order a cap, gown, and other graduation swag from the University Bookstores and have it shipped.

Employers host virtual information sessions this week

Explore career paths and development programs at Xcel Energy and Genesis10 during employer information sessions online this week.

First-year students: Start planning for a semester abroad in spring 2021

For some CSE majors, the second semester of sophomore year is the best time to study abroad for a semester-long program. Start planning now.

Friday, April 24, 2020

Regents approve systemwide tuition freeze for 2020-21 academic year

The University of Minnesota Board of Regents has approved a tuition freeze for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students during the next school year. This action includes all new and returning students systemwide with the exception of those in the Medical School, the School of Dentistry, and three professional master's degrees in the College of Science and Engineering's Technological Leadership Institute.

Graduating Seniors: Upload your photo for spring 2020 virtual commencement

Join in the celebration as the University of Minnesota honors 2020 graduates during a virtual commencement celebration "Hail to Thee!" beginning Saturday, May 16, 11 a.m. CDT. Upload your photo to MarchingOrder by Wednesday, April 29.

Employers host virtual information and chat sessions this week

Learn about careers and leadership programs at PolyOne and Honeywell during employer information and chat sessions online this week.

Register for the 'The Future of Work for Gen Z' webinar on Wednesday, April 29

The University of Minnesota Alumni Association (UMAA) will host the webinar "The Future of Work for Gen Z" to explore and better understand existing research regarding questions, challenges, and opportunities for the future workforce on Wednesday, April 29 at noon.

Register for pandemic-related summer 2020 online courses

The University of Minnesota has launched systemwide pandemic-related online courses for summer 2020. This suite of courses is available to all students interested in understanding and responding to pandemics.

Friday, April 17, 2020

Review the Academic Advising blog for grading option change impacts

If you are considering changing any of your spring or summer 2020 courses to S/N grading basis, CSE Academic Advising recommends that you review the CSE Advising Blog for things you should consider before making your final decision.

Make mental health a priority

The end of the semester is a stressful time for everyone, and it's normal to feel overwhelmed or anxious. If you or someone you know is dealing with mental health issues, you have multiple resources available to help.

Register for the Alumni Association Job Search Strategies virtual lightning talks on Friday, April 24

The University of Minnesota Alumni Association (UMAA) will host "Job Search Strategies for 2020 Graduates and Recent Alumni" virtual lightning talks with University of Minnesota career coaches on Friday, April 24 at 10 a.m.

Learn about spring 2021 study abroad with CSE International Programs

If you plan to study abroad for the spring 2021 semester, make a Zoom appointment with CSE International Programs now to start the discussion.

Friday, April 10, 2020

May and summer classes offered online only

The University of Minnesota will offer only fully remote courses in May and Summer Session 2020. Students currently enrolled in a May or summer course that will be delivered remotely do not need to do anything to remain enrolled.

Get online resources for navigating career planning during COVID-19

The current environment has created uncertainty for students regarding current and future career plans. The CSE Career Center has put together a new, comprehensive career resource document for students.

Register for the Now Hiring: 2020 virtual panel Tuesday, April 21

Interested in learning more about the process of working with a staffing agency for your first role after graduation? Register for the Now Hiring: 2020 virtual panel on Tuesday, April 21, 2-3 p.m.

Attend a Tanzania 2021 global seminar info session webinar Friday, April 17

Be a part of a hands-on engineering challenge with real-world impact in Tanzania during winter break 2020-21. Attend the CSE International Program's virtual information session webinar on Friday, April 17, 1 p.m. Registration is required.

Attend an online personal finance seminar for CSE students on Tuesday, April 14

All CSE students are invited to an online personal finance seminar featuring Gene Natali, co-author of the financial guide "The Missing Semester," on Tuesday, April 14, 6 p.m. via Zoom.

Attend the 'How I Became a Quant' virtual panel on Friday, May 1

Are you looking for a new way to bolster your preparedness to move into a field that uses your experience in the financial industry and/or your STEM skills? Register for the "How I Became a Quant" virtual panel and learn from instructors, alumni, and current students about the skills they use, what they do in their jobs, what it takes to move into these career paths, and why the work is so relevant to what you are ​now ​studying.​

Friday, April 3, 2020

Update: Course grading changes, course withdrawal deadlines extended

The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost has announced extended deadlines for grading basis changes from A/F to S/N, as well as for withdrawal from Spring Semester 2020 courses. The deadline to change your grading basis for any course has been extended to Thursday, April 30, and the last day to cancel classes without college approval has been extended to Friday, May 1.

Academic Success Center help services are available online

Looking for a tutor, academic coaching or other academic help? The Academic Success Center services, including tips for online learning and visits with peer consultants, are now available online.

Attend the 'Hire Big 10 Plus Virtual Career Fair' on Tuesday, April 14

Meet top employers and discover new opportunities in an online environment during the Big 10 Plus Virtual Career Fair on Tuesday, April 14, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The event is free for students and alumni across all majors and degrees.

UMN Makers host virtual workshops throughout April

Although Anderson Student Innovation Labs remain closed due to COVID-19, the Anderson Labs team is joining several other University-wide makerspaces in hosting virtual workshops for the rest of the semester.

Attend a MN Cup competition virtual info session Tuesday, April 7

MN Cup, the largest statewide new startup competition in the United States, is now accepting applications for 2020. There is even a specific category for students. Attend a virtual information session on Tuesday, April 7 and apply by Friday, April 17.

Enter the BizPitch contest by Friday, April 10

Win up to $1,000 for the best new business idea in the 2020 BizPitch contest. Undergraduate students will compete in a 90-second contest online to pitch their ideas to a panel of entrepreneurs and investors. Apply by Friday, April 10.

Register for 'Women and Power in the Workplace' webinar on Wednesday, April 8

The University of Minnesota Alumni Association (UMAA) will host the webinar "Women and Power in the Workplace," a panel discussion with women in various industries, on Wednesday, April 8, at noon. Two of the four panelists are CSE alumnae.

Stay creative with three easy projects to make at home

Missing your access to the University Libraries Breakerspace? Stay crafty with three easy projects that can be completed with basic supplies at home.

Friday, March 27, 2020

Students have options for spring 2020 course grading

In support of students during the COVID-19 pandemic, all University of Minnesota Twin Cities undergraduate students have the option to change their grading basis for undergraduate courses from A/F to S/N (satisfactory/not satisfactory) for any number of spring 2020 and/or B-term (second half of term) courses. Grading basis changes must be submitted by April 30, 2020, and information about how to do so will be shared soon.

Get 'Concise Advice' at Career Center virtual workshops in April

The CSE Career Center Peer Assistants will offer "Concise Advice," a series of virtual mini-workshops on career preparation and development in April via Zoom. The workshops will provide quick tips on a variety of topics for students who are short on time.

University provides off-campus Internet access options

The University's Office of Information Technology’s (OIT) Working and Learning Off Campus website lists a variety of available resources for learning remotely, including free or low-cost internet access off campus.

Use online resources for well-being, research, mental health, learning

The University of Minnesota offers a number of online resources to help you take care of yourself and your studies while living and learning off campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.

University Libraries extending item due dates, overdue fines waived

Due to the closure of all University Libraries, due dates for all items have been extended automatically and overdue fines will be waived.

Fill out the 2020 Census with your campus address

Please tell your parents not to count you at home for the 2020 Census. This means off-campus students should still fill out the census with their roommates. Census information for students who live/lived in Residence Halls will be submitted by ⁦‪University of Minnesota Housing and Residential Life‬⁩.

Visit with an international programs advisor about future study abroad opportunities

CSE has two dedicated international programs staff available now to help you plan for the right international opportunity in the future.

Friday, March 20, 2020

Classes online through spring semester, students can request grading option

The University of Minnesota is closely monitoring the emerging public health concern involving the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). In-person instruction on all University campuses is suspended and classes will be delivered online through the end of the semester. Undergraduate students may choose A/F grading OR the S/N option for an unlimited number of Spring Semester 2020 and B-term courses. Keep up-to-date on all the latest news and cancellations by reading your email announcements and visiting the University's Safe Campus website.

CSE Student Services available to help students via Zoom, phone, and email

CSE Student Services staff members remain committed to supporting students and enhancing the undergraduate experience—even during these uncertain times. Academic Advising, Career Center, and Collegiate Life have transitioned to remote delivery of services. Staff members are available to assist students via Zoom, phone, and email. Drop-in hours have been canceled.

Download software, AppsToGo, connect to CSE Labs computers

CSE-IT is doing everything it can to provide CSE students with the software and computer access needed for online learning. Several software programs are available for download, students can access AppsToGo that run on University servers, and students can connect to CSE Labs Linux computers remotely using SSH or VOLE. CSE Labs remain open with limited staffing for students who can’t go home and/or don't have computer access.

Postponed: Friday, May 8 CSE Commencement Ceremony

The University of Minnesota has made the decision to postpone all commencement ceremonies scheduled for this coming May, including the College of Science and Engineering Commencement ceremony scheduled for Friday, May 8, 2020. The University is exploring alternatives for recognition. Give us your ideas and feedback.

Anderson Student Innovation Labs closed until further notice

Due to the emerging public health concern involving COVID-19 and the University of Minnesota's decision to move to alternative instruction, all Anderson Student Innovation Labs are closed until further notice. 24/7 access has been temporarily revoked. Check the Anderson Labs website for updates.

University provides resources for online learning

For the rest of the semester, classes will continue online or will be delivered in another alternative way. There are lots of resources for online learning. Contact your instructor if you have questions.

Student groups and study groups should meet virtually

Stay connected with classmates, friends, and student groups using remote platforms such as Zoom or Google Hangouts to hold study groups and meetings.

Nutritious U free food pantry is available

If you or another student you know are in need, the Nutritious U Food Pantry will be available as scheduled in accordance with social distancing recommendations. The Nutritious U Food Pantry provides fresh and healthy food free of charge to students who struggle to get enough to eat.

Mental health resources and counseling available

During this time of uncertainty, you may feel increased anxiety and distress. Boynton Health continues to provide urgent, in-person mental health services to students not self-isolating or quarantined, and Student Counseling Services now will provide phone and video appointments.

Disability Resource Center continues services during alternative learning

Services provided by the Disability Resource Center (DRC) during alternative instruction may be different from in-person classes. The DRC will work with you and your instructor to determine reasonable accommodations in this new learning environment.

International students: ISSS is here for you!

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) is available to support international students, scholars, staff, and faculty impacted by the coronavirus.

Gopher Chauffeur services temporarily discontinued

Gopher Chauffeur services have been suspended until further notice. Students who are still on campus are encouraged to call the Safe Walk program at 612-624-9255 (WALK) for a safe walk home with recommended social distancing.

Tips to stay healthy and active while RecWell is closed

Although all campus RecWell facilities are closed until further notice, you can make a point to stick with immunity-building activities such as time outdoors when able, healthy diet, regular physical activity and consistent sleep.

Friday, March 13, 2020

Spring break extended to March 18, classes go online until at least April 1

The University of Minnesota is closely monitoring the emerging public health concern involving the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Spring break is being extended until March 18. Beginning March 18, 2020, until at least April 1, 2020, all coursework at the University of Minnesota will be delivered online or through alternative instruction. Keep up-to-date on all the latest news and event cancellations by reading your email and visiting the University's Safe Campus website.

Canceled: Grad Fest on March 18 and 19

The University of Minnesota Bookstores has made a decision to cancel GradFest scheduled for March 18-19. The Bookstores will continue to offer students savings on academic apparel, announcements, and diploma frames on the website.

Apply to be a CSE 1001 teaching assistant by Sunday, March 29

CSE is looking for student teaching assistants for the CSE 1001 first-year experience class during fall 2020. Apply by Sunday, March 29, for these paid, part-time positions.

Apply to be a CSE Career Center Peer Assistant by Tuesday, March 31

The CSE Career Center is seeking peer assistants to help support the CSE employer relations and career counseling teams. This is a paid position. The application deadline is Tuesday, March 31.

International students: Apply by Wenesday, April 15 to assist with incoming international students

CSE Academic Advising is seeking international student peer assistants to help support incoming international freshmen and transfer students. This is a Culture Corps scholarship-eligible position. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 15.

Apply to become an Ecolab Scholar by Wednesday, April 15

The Ecolab Scholarship Program is accepting applications from first- and second-year students interested in science, engineering, and sustainability fields who want to advance their communities economically and environmentally. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 15.

Get CSE gear at a discount during the spring sale

Spring ahead with great CSE-branded merchandise during the online store spring sale! Find great gifts for friends and family or treat yourself and share your CSE pride. Discount expires on April 30.

Friday, February 28, 2020

Attend a Skyworks electrical engineering seminar on Wednesday, March 4

Skyworks Solutions, Inc. will host an electrical engineering seminar on campus Wednesday, March 4, 6-8 p.m., Keller Hall Room 3-320.

Johnson scholarship offers up to $5,000 to future entrepreneurs

Applications are being accepted for the Lynn Johnson-Johnson Brothers Memorial Scholarship in Entrepreneurship for up to $5,000. Application deadline is Monday, March 23.

Book your spring academic advising appointment today

CSE students who have not yet been admitted to their major (lower division) are required to meet with their academic advisor before registering for fall semester classes. Schedule your appointment now to discuss your Fall 2020 plans.

It's not too late to apply for study abroad fall 2020

Where will you be this fall? Australia? Norway? Sweden? Singapore? It's not too late to apply to study abroad in fall 2020, but application deadlines are approaching.

Friday, February 21, 2020

Learn about careers in local government on Thursday, Feb. 27

Learn about public sector careers at an interactive networking and information event on Thursday, Feb. 27, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Coffman Memorial Union, President's Room.

Reminder! CSE 1002 first-year student Global Seminar application deadline is Monday, March 2

First-year students: Don't forget to apply by Monday, March 2, for the CSE 1002 Global Seminar to Ireland in May 2020.

Reminder! CSE May Global Seminars application deadline is Monday, March 2

Don't forget to apply by the Monday, March 2 deadline for CSE May 2020 Global Seminars to Spain, Scandinavia, or Norway.

Apply to be a summer orientation Peer Leader by Friday, April 3

Are you looking for a fun summer job that will help you build your resume with communication and leadership skills, while welcoming new students to the University of Minnesota? Apply to be a CSE Orientation Peer Leader by Friday, April 3.

Friday, February 14, 2020

Attend the CSE Student Organization Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 18

Learn more about CSE student groups and which ones you might like to join at the CSE Student Organization Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 10:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Keller Hall Atrium. Develop leadership skills, expand your network on campus, and build your resume.

Attend the Global E3 semester exchange information session on Wednesday, Feb. 19

Learn about studying abroad for a semester through the Global Engineering Education Exchange (Global E3) program at an information session on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1-2 p.m., Lind Hall, Room 305.

Apply to be a CSE Outreach Assistant this summer

CSE is hiring student Outreach Assistants (OAs) for the summer. As an OA, you would serve as a summer day camp counselor and assist the CSE outreach coordinator with event planning and other tasks. Inspire and equip the next generation of scientists, engineers, and mathematicians while you develop transferable skills like leadership, teamwork, and communication. Apply now!

Walter Library's new Toaster Innovation Hub opens Feb. 17

Explore Walter Library's new Toaster Innovation Hub and attend a variety of speaking events and workshops during the week of Feb. 17.

Attend the CSE Around the World global seminar info session on Thursday, Feb. 20

CSE International Ambassadors will host an information session on ways to get involved with the many CSE programs around the globe on Thursday, Feb. 20, 5 p.m., Bruininks Hall, Room 119.

Register by Feb. 25 for Hennepin County headquarters site visit in March

Join the CSE Career Center on a site visit to the Hennepin County headquarters in downtown Minneapolis on Thursday, March 5. Learn about careers available to computer science, industrial and systems engineering, and civil engineering majors. Registration deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 25.

Enter the ASEE student video contest by Friday, Feb. 28

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is holding its second annual student video contest where you can tell the story about why you're pursuing a career in the engineering profession. The winner will receive a trip to the 2020 ASEE annual conference in Montreal and $3,000 cash! Register by Friday, Feb. 28. Videos are due Friday, March 6.

Attend the Women in STEAMM Wikithon on Thursday, March 5

Mark International Women’s Month by creating and improving Wikipedia profiles of University of Minnesota women faculty in STEAMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, and Medicine)—past and present—at the UMN Women in STEAMM Wikithon on Thursday, March 5, 5-8 p.m., Walter Library, Toaster Innovation Hub. No Wikipedia editing experience required.

Volunteer and attend workshops in the Health Sciences Libraries' makerspace

The Health Sciences Library Makerspace team is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join the team of makers. Volunteers can learn the latest tools to support innovation and creativity—from 3-D printing to virtual reality—and help people build their next great idea. The Libraries also have several upcoming workshops.

Friday, February 7, 2020

Register to attend the UMN Job and Internship Fair on Friday, Feb. 28

More than 300 companies and organizations will be recruiting for hundreds of jobs and internships at the University of Minnesota Job and Internship Fair Friday, Feb. 28, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Minneapolis Convention Center.

Take advantage of Career Month offerings from UMAA

February is career month at the University of Minnesota! The University of Minnesota Alumni Association is holding career events all month including webinars on labor market trends and networking online with alumni.

Attend the Cargill Global Scholars Program info session for freshmen and sophomores Monday, Feb. 10

Learn about the Cargill Global Scholars Program at an information session for freshmen and sophomores on Monday, Feb. 10, 4-5 p.m., Coffey Hall, Room 125.

Norway 2020 May Global Seminar info session is Wednesday, Feb. 12

Learn more about the May 2020 CSE Global Seminar studying various methods to analyze the quality of water in Norway at an information session on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2:30-3:30 p.m., Walter Library, Room 101.

First-year students: Attend the Ireland Freshmen Global Seminar Info Session on Friday, Feb. 14

Learn about an opportunity for CSE first-year students to spend nine days in Ireland, engage with faculty and staff, make friends, and gain new experiences through the CSE 1002 Freshmen Global Seminar. An info session is Friday, Feb. 14, 10:30-11:30 a.m., Lind Hall, Room 305.

Register for the MIN-Corps Lunch-and-Learn workshop series

Join science and technology innovators curious about commercialization and entrepreneurship at the Minnesota Innovation Corps (MIN-Corps) "Innovation Commercialization + Entrepreneurship = Impact" Lunch-and-Learn workshop series beginning in February. Events are free to University of Minnesota students, research staff, and faculty.

Attend the ISyE major info session Friday, Feb. 28

The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) will hold an information session about the major and related career options on Thursday, Friday, Feb. 28, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Mechanical Engineering, Room 102.

Apply for the MSPE scholarship for engineering students

The Traverse Des Sioux Chapter of the Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers is offering a $1,000 scholarship to engineering students who will be juniors or seniors in 2020-21 and have a permanent address in one of the chapter's 17 counties. Apply by Friday, March 20.

Friday, January 31, 2020

See the list of 160+ employers attending the Spring 2020 CSE Career Fair

More than 160 companies and organizations will attend the Spring 2020 CSE Career Fair as they search for undergraduate and graduate students to fill full-time and part-time positions, co-ops, and internships. See the complete list.

Attend the Resume Marathon Monday, Feb. 3

The CSE Career Center will offer 10-minute resume reviews by more than 20 employer partners at the Resume Marathon to help you prepare for the CSE Career Fair. Bring a paper copy of your resume.

Employers host information sessions on campus this week

Employers including Hertz and Ecolab are visiting campus this week to talk with CSE students about career opportunities.

Spain Global Seminar info session is Wednesday, Feb. 5

Learn more about the May 2020 CSE Global Seminar in Spain studying robotics and machine learning at an information session Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2:30-3:30 p.m., Lind Hall, Room 305.

Sign up now for Practice Interview Days on Thursday, Feb. 13 and Friday, Feb. 14

Practice your interview skills with a REAL employer before the big interview and get valuable feedback. Space is limited so sign up early.

Start the semester strong with help from Academic Success Centers

Academic success centers provide a variety of services to help you succeed at the University. You can find tutors for your courses, participate in academic skills coaching, or locate support with writing, research, or media projects. Services also include language support, technology help, and counseling!

Attend the BBE majors sneak peek Wednesday, Feb. 19

The Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering (BBE) will host a sneak peek event for students to explore its engineering major and specializations on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 4:30-5:30 p.m., Bruininks Hall, Room 512B.

Spend your summer abroad in Hong Kong

College of Science and Engineering students have the opportunity to take classes during the summer at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) International Summer Exchange Program. The nomination deadline is Friday, Feb. 14.

Spring registration appointments are just around the corner

If you are a lower division (pre-major) student and have questions about your Fall 2020 classes or plans, spring advising appointments for Fall 2020 registration are coming soon.

Friday, January 24, 2020

Download the CSE Career Fair app

Prepare for the CSE Career Fair by downloading the free Career Fair Plus app on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. Use the app offline to see the list of employers, read company bios, search for jobs and internships by major or job type, plan the workshops you will attend, and use the map of employers at the event. Updates and new features are being added daily!

Get ready for the CSE Career Fair by attending prep events

The CSE Career Center is offering workshops on resumes, interviewing, job offer negotiations, job and internship search strategies, and more to help you prepare for the Spring 2020 CSE Career Fair.

Last day to add a class without instructor approval is Monday, Jan. 27

If you still need to add a class to your Spring 2020 schedule, Monday, Jan. 28 is the last day to do so without needing to get instructor approval.

Attend the Target Technical Interviewing workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 28

Technical coding interviews stress you out? Join the Target software engineering team for a workshop on preparing for a technical interview Tuesday, Jan. 28, 5 p.m., Tate Hall, Room 105.

Scandinavia Global Seminar info session is Wednesday, Jan. 29

Learn more about the May 2020 CSE Global Seminar studying existing and emerging energy production methods and energy usage in Iceland, Denmark, and Norway at an information session Wednesday, Jan. 29, 11 a.m.-noon, Lind Hall, Room 305.

Attend a CSE Co-op Program information session and job fair

The Engineering Co-op Program is now accepting applications for junior and senior undergraduates. Learn more about this paid job experience at Engineering Co-op Program Information Sessions Thursday, Jan. 30, or Friday, Jan. 31. You also can meet employers at the Co-op Job Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 5, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. McNamara Alumni Center.

Apply for Ecolab Learning Abroad Planning Scholarships by Wednesday, Feb. 5

The Ecolab Learning Abroad Planning Scholarship provides study abroad awards for University of Minnesota Twin Cities undergraduate students who are enrolled in eligible learning abroad programs that have a focus on environmental sustainability problems. The deadline for scholarship applications for the 2020-21 academic year is Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020.

Attend the Environmental Internship and Career Fair on Friday, Feb. 7

Looking for an internship or career in an environmental field? Network with more than 50 employers at the Environmental Internship Career Fair on Friday, Feb. 7, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., St. Paul Student Center, North Star Ballroom.

Major/Minor Expo is Wednesday, Feb. 12

The Center for Academic Planning and Exploration along with the Office of Undergraduate Education will bring advisors and faculty together to answer your questions about the University of Minnesota's 140+ majors and minors at the Major/Minor Expo Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1-4 p.m., Coffman Memorial Union, Great Hall. No registration is required.

CSE Learn Abroad has extended drop-in hours

CSE Learn Abroad has expanded its drop-in hours to include Fridays, 2-4 p.m., in addition to the current Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2-4 p.m.

Plan now for fall 2020 study abroad

If you plan to study abroad for fall semester 2020, make an appointment with CSE International Programs early during spring 2020 semester.

Find your community on campus at the Spring Activities Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 4

Looking to find your community on campus? Connect with student groups from across the University at the Spring Activities Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1-4 p.m., St. Paul Student Center, North Star Ballroom.

Apply to be a Welcome Week or Student Transfer Leader by Wednesday, Feb. 12

The University of Minnesota's Orientation and Transition Experiences is now accepting applications for Welcome Week 2019 and Transfer Student Leader positions. Learn more at one of the upcoming Open Houses. Apply by Wednesday, Feb. 12.

Friday, January 17, 2020

Pre-register now for the CSE Spring Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 4

Pre-register now in GoldPASS to attend the Spring 2020 CSE Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 4, noon-5 p.m., 3M Arena at Mariucci. More than 150 companies and organizations are expected to attend as they search for new employees and interns.

Get ready for the CSE Spring Career Fair by attending prep workshops

The CSE Career Center is offering workshops on resumes, interviewing, job offer negotiations, job and internship search strategies, and more this week and next week in Lind Hall to help you prepare for the Spring 2020 CSE Career Fair.

Academic Advising will hold extended drop-in hours Tuesday, Jan. 21

CSE Academic Advising will hold extended drop-in advising hours on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., in Lind Hall, Suite 105. You must check in by 3:45 p.m. Normal drop-in advising hours are 2-4 p.m., Monday-Friday in Lind Hall, Suite 105, and will resume Wednesday, Jan. 22.

Students on academic probation: Book your probation appointment today

If you have been placed on academic probation for the Spring 2020 semester, schedule your probation advising appointment today to meet the Friday, Feb. 21 deadline.

Student volunteers needed for the CSE Spring Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 4

Volunteer to help at the Spring 2020 CSE Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 4. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the career fair and network with employers and staff. Sign up now!

Attend the May and Summer Study Abroad Expo on Wednesday, Jan. 22

Attend the May and Summer Program Study Abroad Expo on Wednesday, Jan. 22, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Walter Library, Room 101, to learn about upcoming study abroad opportunities during May session and summer 2020.

Attend the 'Academia to Industry' panel with recent engineering graduates on Monday, Jan. 27

The Engineering Alliance Minnesota student chapter will host "Academia to Industry," a panel discussion with recent engineering graduates on Monday, Jan. 27, 4 p.m., Civil Engineering, Room 202. Students in all engineering majors are welcome to attend. Free pizza will be provided!

Academic Advising Slice and Advice' returns Tuesday, Jan. 28

CSE Academic Advising will offer the first “Slice and Advice” drop-in advising of spring semester on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 5-6:30 p.m., Frontier Hall. Meet with an advisor for 5-10 minutes to discuss academic questions or concerns, enjoy some food, and connect with CSE peers.

Connect with scientists and engineers in Medtronic's WISE initiative on Thursday, Jan. 30

Make connections leading up to the CSE Spring Career Fair by networking with more than 20 scientists and engineers from Medtronic’s own Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) initiative at a special event on Thursday, Jan. 30, 5:30-7 p.m., McNamara Alumni Center.

Attend a 'Think Like a Researcher' workshop in January or February

University Libraries is offering Think Like a Researcher workshops in January and February to help undergraduate students become comfortable with the skills and tools needed to participate in research.

Apply to the Cargill Global Scholars Program by Thursday, March 5

The Cargill Global Scholars Program is accepting applications from freshmen and sophomore students for their two-year leadership development program. Application deadline is Friday, March 5.

Volunteers needed for MATHCOUNTS competition and connect with local engineers

The Engineering Alliance Minnesota student chapter is holding a MATHCOUNTS competition on campus for middle school students, and they need volunteers for short shifts on Thursday, Feb. 6, 7:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m., Coffman Memorial Union, Mississippi Room.