FALL 2014 INSTRUCTOR'S & TAs: Please submit a copy of your course syllabus electronically to Zac at email@example.com by Wednesday, Sept 10th, 2014. Please also include the time(s) and day(s) you will be holding office hours for the upcoming semester.
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Global Programs & Strategy Alliance reminds all faculty and students that you are required to register your travel with GPS whenever you are traveling abroad for University purposes. Please click here for details
BOOKS! Professors Ferguson and May have cleaned out their offices and they are giving away tons of books. Stop by the Scott Hall Commons (105) by Wednesday August 20th to peruse the selection and take home anything you want.
SPRING INSTRUCOTRS and TAs: Evaluation forms and instructions have been distributed to mailboxes for all instructors and TAs leading sections this semester. If you have any questions, contact Zac or Colleen.
BOOK ORDERS FOR FALL 2014 COURSES are due to Melanie (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday, April 16. Please continue reading for the order form, bookstore ordering guidelines, and notes that help process your order and obtain desk copies.
BUILDING ACCESS CHANGES: Soon Scott Hall will be accessible after hours only by the U of MN ID card. All faculty and graduate students who currently have after hours access (including access to the building on the weekend) need to have an up-to-date ID card to get into the building. To determine if your card is current and to learn about how to get a new card please click here.
THE CRITICAL ETHNIC STUDIES ASSOCIATION has opened online memberships. They are offering special rates until Sunday June 1st. Click here for more information on membership and to apply.
THE MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY announces their summer internships. They have 20 positions available, both paid and unpaid in a variety of specialties. The deadline to apply is Sunday April 13th. Click here for more information and to apply.
This is a reminder that the American Studies prospective graduate student and community dinner will be held on Monday, March 10th at 6pm in 1210 Heller Hall. Please RSVP today by clicking here or by replying to this email. We look forward to seeing you!
The University Libraries have assembled a online guide titled Doing Local History in the Twin Cities. The guide is meant to help connect students with local resources for research, service learning projects, and other academic endeavors. Click here to access the guide.