If you are undecided about your major and/ or worried about getting a job when you graduate, then this information session may be helpful.
BUSINESS CAREERS FOR CLA MAJORS
October 20 (also November 9)
2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Oct. 20 in B-33 Johnston Hall and Nov. 9 in 140 Nolte Hall.
Learn how a Liberal Arts major can lead to a successful business career! We'll tell you what skills businesses look for and how to acquire them. We'll also talk about business-related majors, minors and internships. Featured speakers include CLA alumni with prominent positions in business. No registration required, just show up!
The U of M Parliamentary Debate Society is a pretty cool student group. They are having a public debate next week. For more information about this group check out their website. www.umpds.org
PUBLIC DEBATE: SHOULD THE US WITHDRAW FROM THE UN
October 25, 7:00 p.m., 210 Anderson Hall
What is the United States’ place in the international community? How best can the United States assume leadership as a democracy in the emerging global scene?
In the spirit of addressing these polemical questions, The University of Minnesota Parliamentary Debate Society will hold a public debate on Tuesday, October 25 at 7pm in Anderson 210. The resolution, to be defended by the Government and attacked by the Opposition, is “The United States should withdraw from the UN.”
The Government team will consist of Amy Skonieczny, a PhD Candidate Graduate Instructor in the Political Science Department, and U of M debater Monica Heth. The Opposition team will consist of Martin Kifer, also a PhD Candidate Graduate Instructor in the Political Science Department, and U of M debater Zane Nitzkorski.
All students and interested parties are encouraged to attend.