The next ESUP Student Records town hall will be held Friday, September 13 from 8:30-10 a.m. in 402 Walter Library. Visit the website for more information on the ESUP Student Project Work Stream.
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University of Minnesota students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the sixth annual Student Veterans Appreciation Day on November 15, 2012 at McNamara Alumni Center. The event recognizes the contributions of University student veterans, military members, and their families.
This year's event will begin at 11:30 a.m. and feature a short program, including speakers and an introduction of the Tillman Military Scholars. A chili luncheon will be provided for guests at 12:00 p.m., and the event is free and open to the public.
For more information, including program details, visit the One Stop website.
Graduate programs can now communicate with and recruit prospective students in a more measured way by using the new Connect system. Connect is an add-on recruitment system that fully integrates with the ApplyYourself admissions system used for applications. Connect features an online request for information page for initial inquiries, the ability to schedule and send customized emails, reporting tools to track recruiting efforts, and more.
For more information, contact Dean Tsantir.
On April 9, University President Eric Kaler, Governor Mark Dayton, Senator Al Franken, and Office of Higher Education director Larry Pogemiller engaged University students and others in a round table discussion about college affordability and financial literacy. The chat took place in STSS and was followed by a tour of One Stop Student Services. One Stop Director Julie Selander and Vice Provost and Dean Bob McMaster also showed the group an active learning classroom and University Veterans Services. Julie briefly explained ASR's "Live Like a Student Now So You Don't Have To Later" financial literacy campaign.
"E-Review - Part 2!" is a half-day workshop on graduate admissions consisting of several short demonstrations, a Q & A session, and a networking lunch. Ten speakers from different programs will demonstrate technology tools used to create electronic processes related to the applicant file review and the decision stages of graduate admissions. A catered networking lunch with the opportunity for participants to share best practices with each other will follow the presentations.
More information and a link for registration are available on the Graduate School spring workshop page.